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FARGO -- Seventeen years after last playing here together, Faith Hill and Tim McGraw will bring the 2017 version of their Soul2Soul tour to the Fargodome on Aug. 24, 2017.
MINNEAPOLIS—U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders did well among young Minnesota voters when he ran for president, with the state giving him a rare win, and on Tuesday, Oct. 4, he returned to ask that his backers support his one-time rival. He urged an energetic crowd on the University of Minnesota Minneapolis campus to "do everything you can to make certain that Hillary Clinton is the next president," then headed to the university's Duluth campus with the same message to Democratic voters.
FARGO — Fargo police arrested a man suspected of stealing a prosthetic leg Monday morning, Oct. 3, after the man fled on a bike and was later found hiding in...
DULUTH, Min.—The bodies of three boaters who went missing after setting out for a fishing trip on Lake Superior from Chassell, Mich., in mid-September were found on Saturday afternoon.
DENT, Minn. - “I expected to win someday,” said Gerrit Wierbos as he happily claimed a Northstar Cash jackpot worth $114,577. “Why not? Somebody will win,” he added. The Dent...
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Longtime regional sportscasting legend Jim Adelson died about 5:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30, at the age of 91, in Scottsdale, his son Steve Adelson confirmed Saturday, Oct. 1. "He went out with a smile on his face," Steve said. "He loved the fact the Bison beat Iowa two weeks ago." For more than 25 years, the sportscaster made nightly appearances on television sets across the Red River Valley on Fargo's KXJB, Channel 4. For many years, his was the voice of North Dakota State University Bison sports and University of North Dakota Fighting Sioux hockey.
DULUTH, Minn. - Police are investigating the death of a 24-year-old man whose body was found in downtown Duluth on Friday. Police said in a statement that the man was...
CUSTER STATE PARK, S.D. — Thousands took to Custer State Park on Friday, Sept. 30, to witness the wonder that is the annual buffalo roundup. Each year, approximately 12,000 to 14,000 people visit the park to watch as 1,300 buffalo are round up and counted, vaccinated, branded and sorted. It takes 15 park staffers, 60 horseback riders and about 100 staff members and other volunteers to attend to visitors making their way to see the event. And rounding up the buffalo is no small feat.
ST. PAUL -- Bernie Sanders returns to Minnesota Tuesday, Oct. 4, for the first time since he won the state's Democratic presidential precinct caucus vote in March. He will be...
This weekend may be the weekend to catch the season's best fall color in parts of the Northland, as leaves are at or near peak in some areas and sunny...