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Dozens of college-aged women are coming forward, claiming they've been harassed, abused, even bullied; all by one man. MSUM, Concordia and NDSU have banned that man from campus. Two NDSU students say he repeatedly messaged them, and after the women ignored him, he turned hostile. "A lot of girls don't feel safe, I feel like it's stalking, and creepy," said woman who did not want to be identified.
JAMESTOWN, N.D. - White Cloud, the rare albino American bison that attracted millions of visitors to Jamestown, has died. The North Dakota icon that lived in the rolling hills near...
BEMIDJI — About 85 officials from 16 agencies conducted a "large-scale search" Monday for Jeremy Jourdain, the 17-year-old Cass Lake boy last seen on Halloween in Bemidji. Bemidji Police Chief Mike Mastin said Monday's search included foot and all-terrain vehicle searches, as well as the use of watercraft and helicopters. Searchers focused on the Nymore area of Bemidji and points east, Mastin said. A command center was set up at the Sanford Center. As of late Monday, there were no reports of anything being found.
ALEXANDRIA - A farm accident claimed the life of a Douglas County man Friday, Nov. 11. Ewald Wussow, 62, of Alexandria, was killed when he was run over by a combine driven by his brother, Donovan Wussow, 63, of Garfield, according to a news release from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office. Donovan Wussow called 911 at 8:17 p.m. to report the accident, saying did not know his brother was in the cornfield near the combine while he was backing up the combine.
ELLENDALE, Minn. -- A train derailment has forced the evacuation of Ellendale early Friday as well as the closure of Highway 30 near the city, located just south of Owatonna. KAAL-TV reports the train was carrying propane. Officials are working to clean up the area and the city was being evacuated as a precaution, the Minnesota Department of Transportation said in a news release.
WOODBURY, Minn.—It was a hot day in the summer of 2015. William Earley drove his sons, Lake Middle School students Liam and Ben, on a 70 mph stretch of Interstate 35 in Franklin County, Iowa—to the Woodbury residents, the middle of nowhere. They were headed to Colorado, via Omaha, Neb. Cornfields were all they could see. Up ahead, 14-year-old Liam saw a semi-trailer pulled over and a smashed-up sports-utility vehicle in the ditch. Moments later, 12-year-old Ben spotted another car off the road.
WADENA, Minn. — Authorities have identified a female victim and a suspect in a fatal shooting after a man led authorities on a chase through Wadena and Otter Tail Counties on Monday, Nov. 7. Around 2:30 p.m. Monday, the sheriff's office was called to the 300 block of Bryant Avenue Southwest in Wadena where a man had a gun. When an officer arrived at the home, a man was driving away and a female identified as Margaret St. Marie, 27, of Wadena, was found dead in the home from a gunshot wound, the police department reported.
DONNELLY - Law enforcement officials learned a Donnelly man was driving under the influence when he drove two different cars he mistakenly thought he owned, a complaint filed in Stevens County District Court alleges.
ALEXANDRIA, Minn. -- The window separating the back of an Alexandria squad car from the front was only 11 inches by 11 inches, but a woman who had been arrested at a downtown fire on Sunday was able to squeeze through that window and speed off in the patrol vehicle.
BRAINERD, Minn.—For many in the Northland there is no better way to enjoy the beauty of winter than spending the day behind a team of working sled dogs. In this week's "Northland Outdoors TV" episode, come along as we embrace the old ways and trek into Minnesota's backcountry in search of trout and a much deeper appreciation of winter's majesty. See it all in this weekend's episode of "Northland Outdoors TV."