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FARGO — It's been more than six years since Aaron and Allison Deutscher and their 1-year-old daughter, Brielle, died in a collision with a drunk driver. Now, Aaron and Allison's families are getting national recognition for the work they've done in spreading awareness about drunken and distracted driving.
FARGO — Police here are seeing an uptick in opioid related overdoses, according to a posting on the Fargo Police Department Facebook page. Since Aug. 1, Fargo police have responded to nine calls for possible overdoses. One of those overdoses resulted in death, police said. Those nine overdoses since Aug. 1 make up half of all overdose calls answered by Fargo police so far this year, which number 18.
FARGO — An early morning pursuit on Thursday, Sept. 13, led to the arrest of a 23-year-old man who was caught with the help of a police dog.
FARGO — The former general manager of a downtown concert and events venue here has entered an Alford plea on charges of theft, court records show. Richard Howard Pallay III is charged with one Class B felony count of theft for illegally obtaining more than $16,000 from Sanctuary Events Center. With an Alford plea, a defendant doesn't admit responsibility, but acknowledges a judge or jury might find them guilty based on the evidence.
MOORHEAD — A Sanford Medical Center nurse has been suspended after being charged with stealing prescription drugs from a home in Moorhead. Lisa A. Skalicky, 45, of Fargo, is charged with one felony count of second-degree burglary, Clay County District Court records show.
FARGO — In late June, President Donald Trump visited Fargo and held a campaign rally for Rep. Kevin Cramer at Scheels Arena with a crowd of about 6,000 people.
DOWNER, Minn. — A Hawley, Minn., man is charged with three felony counts after a night of "booze cruising" led to one man going to the hospital, court documents say.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Between them, North and South Dakota are home to a large number of churches, synagogues and mosques. A Hindu temple will soon join those places of worship.
FARGO — Cities across the country have begun looking to tiny houses, often between 100 to 400 square feet in size, as a way to help solve the deep-seated problem of homelessness. Fargo hasn't started its own tiny housing program for the homeless, though local officials and advocates say it's a viable option for this area. Tiny houses "can provide a solution not only for those homeless, but also for those on the edge of homelessness," said Cody Schuler, executive director of the Fargo-Moorhead Coalition for Homeless Persons.
FARGO — Results of a recent poll show there may not be much support for the idea of legalizing recreational marijuana in North Dakota.