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Man charged with illegal display of Trump signs takes case to...
Police cited Tuttle Aug. 2 for displaying political signs in a public right of way, a violation of city ordinance.Tuttle, a Minot resident, travels across the state selling Trump merchandise and gathering signatures for an independent U.S. House campaign. He's been in Grand Forks at least three time
Grand Forks apartment evacuated during brief standoff involving...
Grand Forks police were dispatched shortly before 5:30 p.m. to an apartment complex in the 1100 Block of 14th Avenue South for a report of a suicidal subject, according to a news release issued Tuesday evening. Officers learned the man had two knives, and the apartment building was evacuated, the re
GFPD released body cam video from deadly park shooting
The footage shows the split second decision officers had to make to possibly save the life of a man’s daughter.“I am walking from the east through front yards from South 20th,” said Grand Forks Police Officer, Michael Ruit.Officer Michael Ruit was the first to arrive in the area of Bringewatt Park d
Man allegedly tried to kill coworker by stabbing him in the ...
Louis Damian Cruz Montanez, 26, was charged with attempted murder and assault with a weapon. If convicted, he could spend up to 20 years in prison and pay a $20,000 fine.
Grand Forks man forgot wallet during burglary, police say
Police said they found Gary John Warren Suchor's wallet outside the front door of the 2100 Daisy Circle home Friday.The 25-year-old Grand Forks man was charged Monday with burglary and criminal mischief. If convicted, he could spend up to five years in prison and pay a $5,000 fine.The homeowner call
Pre-pile season is underway across the region
FISHER, MN (WDAZ—TV) -- Trucks are hauling beets all throughout the Red River Valley as pre-pile season starts.Expect to see trucks carrying thousands of pounds of the sweet crops on roads and highways.Companies like Adams Family Farms are currently hiring truckers for the job. If you're interested
East Grand Forks football builds very own locker room
Like most teams, East Grand Forks is piling on the last minute preparations, but this year, they're entering a new season, with a brand new locker room.
Court controversy: Worker alleges discrimination
Dementi's criminal background in North Dakota, under her legal name, show charges for Driving Under the Influence and Forgery.
West Elementary in Grand Forks to lose kindergarten class
The northside school at 615 N. 25th St. was expected to have seven students in its fall kindergarten class, so Grand Forks Public School administration decided in the spring to move the students to other schools, spokeswoman Tracy Jentz confirmed Tuesday.
Minnesotans head to polls for primary
Jan Boe, head election judge in Ward 2 of East Grand Forks, assists Craig Christianson during voting in the Minnesota Primary Tuesday at City Hall in East Grand Forks. Photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald
UMC Ice Cream Social, first Medallion Hunt clue announced on Aug. 15
University Relations at the University of Minnesota Crookston will host the Ox Cart Days Ice Cream Social on Wednesday, Aug. 15, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Peterson Gazebo on the Campus Mall (rain site: Northern Lights Lounge, Sargeant Student Center).
Salvation Army collects school supplies for area children
The goal is exactly what it sounds like, to fill the bus with school supplies.More than 500 kids have signed up for school supplies like notebooks, folders, and binders.One of the biggest needs is backpacks, and they are still in need of over 350 backpacks to fill their list."Well in need of everyth
Downtown Food Truck Week: International foods featured
Everyday from 11 to 1, food trucks will set up shop in front of the courthouse for lunch.Each day, different international foods will be featured, so you can take your pick from Filipino, Liberian, Nepali, and Malaysian.Organizers say they trying to evolve the food truck culture here in Grand Forks.
Overheated tire started highway grass fire in Grand Forks
A fire in a highway ditch in Grand Forks was started by an overheated, shredded tire Sunday afternoon, firefighters said.
Man sentenced to 3 years in prison for Thief River Falls overdose...
Nathan Charles Mock, 23, of Stephen, Minn., was sentenced Monday in Pennington County District Court to 36 months in prison for a third-degree controlled substance crime, a felony. In exchange for a plea deal, the third-degree murder charge for the overdose death of 23-year-old Samuel Dejesus Cabral
Neighborhood vandalism: A flag burned, a car keyed
"I can't believe that somebody would do this to a flag,” said Homeowner Cindy Kaml.Kaml was visiting family two hours away when she got the call Saturday morning from her neighbor."My dad was army. All my uncles were in the military. I have cousins that are in the military. My brother Tony he was in
Grand Forks considers changes to city code after online sales...
City Attorney Howard Swanson shared a brief presentation with City Council members during a committee meeting Monday, where he presented a proposed amendment to the sales tax code for their recommendation."The long and short of it is," Swanson said, "the ability to impose sales tax on online sales h
Help for homeless: Transitional housing
Dozens of people went to this ribbon cutting ceremony for the La Grave on First.The facility has 42 units, dedicated to people transitioning out of homelessness.The center will also have addiction counselors on site.“We want to show that it can be addressed and one of the ways to do that, one of the
Grand Forks Police warn residents of vehicle break-ins
Officers have responded to multiple thefts from vehicles in the past month, according to a department Facebook post. Since June 1, the department has recorded 61 reports of vehicle break-ins, the Grand Forks Police Department said.
Weeklong event spotlights alternative meal source: the food truck...
"Basically, we're trying to develop the food culture in Grand Forks," said Washington, business development executive for New Flavors Global Cuisine.From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. today through Friday, food trucks will be parked near the Grand Forks County Courthouse, near the corner of South Fourth Street