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Update: Man Identified in Crash that Tore Car in Half

Update: Authorities say 38-year-old Christopher Bauer of Puposky, Minnesota was driving south on County Road 81 when his car went into the ditch. The car re-entered the road and spun into the path of a semi truck, which struck the car on the passenger side. Bauer was pronounced dead at the scene.   NEAR OXBOW, N.D. – A 38–year–old man…

Grand Forks Woman Dies in Crash

GRAND FORKS, N.D. – A woman dies after a crash in Grand Forks Friday morning. It happened in the 1300 block of 32nd Avenue South around 10:40. Grand Forks Police say a 74-year-old Grand Forks woman was turning out of a parking lot when it was struck by a vehicle. First responders gave her CPR since she was not breathing….

Minnesota Law Enforcement Agencies are Doing Extra DWI Patrol

There are more alcohol-related crashes at this time of year

MINNESOTA– You may be planning some last minute summer activities, but make sure you’re also thinking about how you’re getting home. You’ll notice more officers on the road over the next few weeks in Minnesota. More than 300 state, county, and local law enforcement agencies will be helping to patrol the roads. “Even though this is something we’re always looking…

Man Involved In Deadly Bar Fight To Be Sentenced Thursday

Darren Patterson pleaded guilty to negligent homicide in June

Darren PattersonFARGO, N.D. — The man who pleaded guilty in the death of a man he punched out will be sentenced Thursday. Darren Patterson pleaded guilty to negligent homicide in June. Prosecutors say in May 2017 Patterson got into a brawl with James Grant, his brother Jeffery and Christopher Sang after the men were kicked out of the HoDo. Court…

Grand Forks Man Dies After Crashing Vehicle Into Tree

GRAND FORKS, N.D. – A man is dead after leading Grand Forks police on a short pursuit and then crashing into a tree Thursday morning. Police say an officer tried to pull the driver over around 5:15. A short pursuit ensued but the officer ended it for safety reasons after the driver turned off his headlights. The officer later found the…

UPDATE: Man Killed in Polk Co. Crash Identified

GENTILLY TOWNSHIP, Minn. – A Grand Forks man is dead after a crash near Crookston around 12:30 PM Thursday. The Minnesota State Patrol says a semi driven by a 64-year-old Grand Forks man was heading west on Highway 2. A pickup driven by 51-year-old Christopher Bacon rear-ended the truck at the intersection of County Road 46. Bacon died at the…

Communities Honor National Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day

December 21st marks the longest night of the year, it holds the most hours of darkness

FARGO, ND — The cold weather can be painful, but it can be deadly for the homeless community. People in the metro are honoring those who couldn’t win the battle with homelessness. December 21st marks the longest night of the year, it holds the most hours of darkness. “When you see a group of individuals on a bitter cold night…

Minot Man Undergoing Surgery After Being Shot in Las Vegas, Fargo Man Escapes by Hiding Under Bleachers

What should have been a night of fun turned into the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history

LAS VEGAS — A Minot was man was one of those shot in the Las Vegas massacre. He is in stable condition, while six other concert goers from Fargo managed to escape the shooting unharmed. What should have been a night of fun turned into the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history. “We were sitting there watching Jason Aldean,” said…

Source of Deadly E. coli Strain That Killed Minnesota Toddler Still a Mystery

Three-year-old Kallan Maresh died after the infection attacked her kidneys and neurological system

  WRIGHT COUNTY, Minn. — Health officials say they can’t find the source of the E. coli strain that killed a Minnesota toddler. Three-year-old Kallan Maresh died after the infection attacked her kidneys and neurological system. Her five-year-old brother also became sick from the bacteria but survived. State Health Department officials say while their investigation is complete, they were not…