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Dates set for Red Lake election
10 min 17 sec ago
Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig school locked down after threat
13 min 40 sec ago
Crime report for Feb. 21
28 min 13 sec ago
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Nursing home workers charged after a WWII vet was left alone to die
1 hour 42 min ago
The plutonium at Hierapolis, Turkey / Wikimedia Commons
Scientists discover the secret to ancient Roman 'Gate to Hell'
1 hour 46 min ago
Threats of violence prompt Turtle Mountain school to send students home
1 hour 59 min ago
Norwood Hall clears away the snow from the sidewalk at the intersection of Minnesota Avenue and Sixth Street NW on Monday after Sunday's snowfall. (Jordan Shearer | Bemidji Pioneer)
Postmaster: Clear snow from sidewalks, mailboxes
3 hours 45 min ago
Wayne LaPierre, the National Rifle Association chief, takes the stage to speak at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, in National Harbor, Md., Feb. 22, 2018. LaPierre, speaking publicly Thursday for the first time since last week’s deadly school shooting, defended gun ownership while criticizing the news media, Democrats and the FBI. (Pete Marovich/The New York Times)
After silence on Parkland, NRA pushes back against law enforcement, media, gun-control advocates
4 hours 4 min ago
California rape suspect knew police were coming. He ran - and brought along cyanide.
4 hours 27 min ago
Rep. Erin May Quade
Minnesota House sex harassment training criticized
5 hours 5 sec ago
The northeastern Montana town of Glasgow, not far from the Fort Peck Indian Reservation, pictured above, is - according to an algorithm - just about as far as you can get from anywhere. Washington Post photo by Jonathan Newton
Where is the middle of nowhere? Glasgow, Montana, data says.
7 hours 11 min ago
Minn. hospital mistakes rise in Department of Health annual report
9 hours 10 min ago
BSU faces $436,000 to $1.3 million budget shortfall
9 hours 14 min ago
February 21, 2018
President Donald Trump participates in a discussion that included survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School mass shooting, at the White House in Washington, Feb. 21, 2018. “We’re going to do something about this horrible situation,” Trump said at the event's outset, adding that his administration would be “very strong on background checks.” (Tom Brenner/Copyright 2018 The New York Times)
Trump's solution for school shootings: arm teachers
17 hours 21 min ago
Police arrest student after shooting threat at Minn. school
18 hours 5 min ago