The Foster County States Attorney has stepped down after being asked to resign.
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When people call Frisco Fargo South, they do it seriously.
While the NDSU Bison are preparing to battle Jacksonville State for a fifth straight national championship, some Bison fans are battling the elements trying to get to Frisco, Texas to cheer the team on.
A couple looks to the internet for help to start their family.
People across the metro woke up to more snow than expected this morning.
You may have heard of a heard of Spelling Bee contest, but what about a Geography Bee?
Crops and livestock in the state are in good condition due to mild weather.
2015 proved to be a tragic year for traffic crashes in Minnesota.
Authorities have released pictures of a semi they think is involved in the fatal crash that killed two young metro teens this past summer.
It's common for many women to experience the baby blues after giving birth.
If you're looking to try a new coffee shop that has small town feel you may want to stop by Red River Coffee.
A local swimming group has been in need of a new pool for years, and it will soon be getting the best of the best.
It's been a mild flu season so far, but the Centers for Disease Control is warning that the bug could become a big problem in the next couple months.
Americans are driving more new cars off the lot than ever before.
A popular local destination will begin taking reservations for the 2016 season soon.
A half a billion dollar Powerball jackpot has people across the metro and across the country rushing out to convenience stores in hopes of buying the winning ticket.
Some players on the Fargo South/Shanley High School hockey team put themselves in a dangerous situation.
Major pizza chains are at war, slashing prices in a bid to serve you your next slice.
Senator Hoeven meets with local vets and VA officials in Fargo as he works to get two veteran healthcare bills through the house.
According to the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction, more than 200 positions remain unfilled in the state's public school districts, many in oil country.
The West Fargo Fire Department and American Red Cross team up to help make sure people are ready if a fire hits their home.
West Fargo Schools received a large portion of a $5.4 million enrollment growth grant from the state, which the district will use the money for daily expenses.
Local libraries are asking for your help picking a book for a community-wide reading project.
North Dakotans are seeing the second lowest gas prices in 10 years.
Police say one woman was taken to the hospital after rear-ending one car, crashing into another and hitting an emergency siren pole.