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FARGO — Supporters of a proposed ballot measure seeking to clear up ambiguity around voting in North Dakota are making headway in gathering the necessary 26,902 signatures required to get the measure on the November ballot. But some say the aggressive tactics used by petitioners is intended to sully the ballot measure process.
FARGO – After nearly a year and several twists and turns, the case of a man accused of fatally punching another man is nearing the end with a change of plea hearing set for Thursday, June 14.
FARGO – A chilly summer morning turned into a warm and breezy evening as Cass County residents came out to vote in Tuesday’s primary election, during which officials said polling stations experienced few hiccups. The county has roughly 135,000 eligible voters and about 18,300 ballots were cast, including in-person, absentee and early votes, according to County Auditor Mike Montplaisir. The figure was higher than the 17,835 voters seen in 2014, the last primary held in a non-presidential election cycle.
FARGO — A crack of the bat and a laced, hard white ball flies high into the sky. It's heading in the direction of a lone fielder, who is tracking the ball in the air and jogging backwards. Players in the outfield yell "Get it! Get it!'' with a sudden burst of enthusiasm as two players from the batting team run across a 22-yard-long pitch in the middle. The ball hangs at the highest point and falls right into the open hands of the fielder. Cheering ensues and all the players in the outfield rush to congratulate him. Then it's back to positions.
FARGO — Just after 9 p.m. on Wednesday, June 6, the Islamic Center of Fargo was bustling. People parked their cars at the first open spot they found, hurried into the building, took off their shoes in the foyer and settled in the main room for a small meal called "iftar," for which they've been waiting nearly 18 hours. It's the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, and Muslims across the world fast from sunrise to sunset. No water, no food.
FARGO — If you've had the feeling that recent temperatures here have been too hot for May, you're not alone.
FARGO – Police are warning locals of a scam making its way through the Fargo-Moorhead area involving lies about jury duty and threats of arrest.
MOORHEAD – A Moorhead man has been convicted in Clay County District Court of arson and murder in the death of 49-year-old Melissa Willcoxon here in the summer of 2016.
FARGO — Residents in the Fargo-Moorhead area can expect Memorial Day weekend to shape up as a hot one, perfect for outdoor activities and recreation. But before that, there might be some rain.
FARGO — A lawsuit concerning North Dakota's mineral royalties and rights reached a new decision Monday, May 21, when a judge ordered royalties totaling more than $200 million be kept by the state. The lawsuit was filed in January by state Rep. Marvin Nelson, D-Rolla, former gubernatorial candidate Paul Sorum, and others against the state of North Dakota. They are challenging the constitutionality of legislative Bill 2134, which the plaintiffs argue transfers nearly $1.76 billion in state mineral rights and another estimated $205 million in royalties to private ownership.