Patrick Springer first joined the reporting staff of The Forum in 1985. He can be reached by calling 701-241-5522.
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Andrew Sadek seemed to vanish after he was last seen on surveillance leaving his dormitory in predawn darkness. The search for the 20-year-old student ended Saturday when a body found in the Red River north of Breckenridge was identified as Sadek, missing since May 2.
The chairman of the Spirit Lake Sioux tribe told a congressional hearing that “nothing has changed and the problem remains” in filling vacancies to protect children on the reservation in eastern North Dakota.
FARGO – American Indians in North Dakota are twice as likely to develop diabetes and six times more likely to die of the preventable illness than the general population. A...
Activities associated with oil and gas extraction have knocked the agricultural sector from its pedestal topping North Dakota’s economy.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday signed legislation authorizing the $1.8 billion diversion to protect Fargo-Moorhead from catastrophic flooding.
There’s an unintended gap in adult residential treatment for addictions because of North Dakota’s selection of the basic “essential services” coverage under the Affordable Care Act, service providers and mental health advocates say.
Two farmers signed agreements Thursday allowing their land to be used for a small water retention project in a kickoff highlighting new conservation programs to help mitigate flooding in the Red River Valley.
North Dakota has been shooting blanks when it comes to submitting mental health records to the background check system used to screen gun permit applications.
A new federal directive requiring criminal investigators to record interrogations of suspects while in police custody has the support of North Dakota’s top federal prosecutor.
Patients at the Fargo Veterans Affairs Medical Center face an average wait of 16 days to get in for an appointment, and primary care patients get in within the 14 days set as a goal, officials said Thursday.