Tran is an enterprise reporter with the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. He began his newspaper career in 1999 as a reporter for the Grand Forks Herald, now owned by Forum Communications. He began working for the Forum in September 2014. Tran grew up in Seattle and graduated from the University of Washington.
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FARGO — City Commissioner Dave Piepkorn is doubling down on his attack on Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota, a nonprofit group that handles refugee resettlement in the state. He...
FARGO – For the first time in more than a half century, The Forum Editorial Board is not endorsing the Republican candidate for president this year. It won’t endorse the...
FARGO — Like anyone who wants to understand North Dakota politics, Nick Bauroth tried to follow the money. The North Dakota State University political scientist wanted to tally up campaign contributions to find out which interest groups and individuals seek to influence state policies. "When I started trying to do that, I found that with statewide elections, with legislative elections, there are some real big holes there in terms of the information that's available," he said.
FARGO — Consultants for the Fargo-Moorhead Diversion Authority recently gave Cass County and Fargo officials a glimpse of the next seven decades. In two charts, they depicted roughly how much taxpayers may actually spend on the $2.2 billion flood-control project and when the spending would happen, starting with the construction expected later this year and ending in 2084 when the last bonds are paid off.
FARGO -- News that Doug Burgum, a Republican running for governor, is holding a fundraiser hosted by Perry Miller, a Democrat, has raised a few eyebrows among political observers, but...
MOORHEAD, Minn. -- Among the first clues that Anthony Donte Collier might be engaged in sex trafficking while on parole were Facebook photos showing him holding "a young lady on...
FARGO -- A part of the lawsuit filed against the Fargo-Moorhead flood diversion project has been dismissed by a federal judge, leaving two of five original counts unresolved. The U.S...
For the past few months, whenever Nancy Greenberg rode her bike or drove with her children down River Drive South, they would always look for a derelict house on the corner.
About a decade ago in December, Tim O'Brien and 16 co-workers in the Athletics Department at Mayville State University won $10,000 in the Powerball lottery. Well, technically, most of them won.
State Sen. Gary A. Lee, R-Casselton, will run for re-election, he said in a statement. He represents District 22, which covers much of rural Cass County, including Horace and parts of Fargo and West Fargo.