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ALEXANDRIA, Minn. — A lawsuit involving a Minnesota engineer and a construction company has now expanded to include an entire county. The company, Central Specialities Inc. of Alexandria, is suing Mahnomen County and its highway engineer, Jonathan Large, for unspecified damages incurred when Large allegedly detained trucks owned by the company during summer 2017. The suit claims that Large "intentionally and maliciously abused his governmental authority."
FARGO—He's been to Vietnam, Thailand, Japan, Bangladesh and South Africa. He stayed all of May in Papua New Guinea and will go back in August. But it all started here in Fargo. Chase Ballinger, 32, was born and raised in Fargo, but he now travels all over the world as part of his job with the U.S. government. Ballinger, son of Rod and Sue Ballinger of Fargo, is a trade and investment officer with the Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Nations in the U.S. Department of State.
FARGO — The Fargo City Commission will vote Monday, July 2, on whether to launch a pilot program that would allow food trucks and street vendors to operate on public streets. If approved, food trucks will be allowed to park on public rights-of-way within the business district, with the exception of 10th Street North, Main Avenue, Broadway, Roberts Street and a stretch of NP Avenue.
FARGO — It was a hot and balmy evening Wednesday, June 27, but that couldn't stop nearly 100 people from cheering when the United States president stepped out of Air Force One here.
FARGO – A West Fargo woman charged with drowning her newborn child was arrested in west-central Minnesota and will be brought back to Cass County.
FARGO – A 36-year-old woman is charged with murdering her newborn baby by drowning him in a bathtub at a south Fargo home, according to Cass County District Court documents filed Tuesday, June 26.
FARGO — It was cold and rainy the evening of Sunday, June 24, but veterans and their families and friends came out to plant over 600 flags in front of Sanford Medical Center and promote a good cause. Members of the Marine Corps League Detachment in Fargo planted 660 flags on the Sanford Medical Center lawn to raise awareness of veteran suicides—660 flags to represent 660 veteran suicides that occur every month, said Brad Aune, commandant of the Red River Raiders Detachment #1453.
FARGO — A tool designed to look for signs of stress and depression is now being used by local law enforcement agencies to try to save the lives of those who protect the community.
BISMARCK -- North Dakota Highway Patrol on Saturday, June 23, released the names of one woman who died and two other juveniles injured in a three-vehicle crash in far south-central North Dakota on Thursday, June 21. Rachel Miller, 64, died when a car driver by 14-year-old Jamison William Mindt crashed with two other vehicles on Highway 6 south of St. Anthony, N.D., the patrol said in a news release. Mindt and another 14-year-old passenger, Owen James Erhartdt, were injured in the crash and taken to a Bismarck hospital.
JAMESTOWN, N.D. — A North Dakota judge ruled that 476 pounds of marijuana seized during a traffic stop can't be used as evidence at trial because the sheriff's deputy who pulled over the vehicle didn't have a good reason to be suspicious.