No injuries reported after private jet veers off runway

An airport official says no one was hurt when a small private jet veered off a runway at the Fargo airport
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Fraudster convicted of using false identity files appeal

A man convicted in 2012 of stealing the identifies of 38,000 people as part of a massive credit card scheme is appealing a jury's decision earlier this month th
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Minnesota DNR says diversion decision at least a month away

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says its decision on issuing permits for the Red River diversion project in the Fargo-Moorhead area should come in
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Titan Machinery: Fiscal 3Q Earnings Snapshot

Titan Machinery: Fiscal 3Q Earnings Snapshot
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North Dakota's winter wheat crop in decent shape

North Dakota's winter wheat crop appears to be in decent shape, and farmers are continuing to make progress on the late-season harvest
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Gifted quarterbacks part of North Dakota State's winning mix

North Dakota State begins hunt for seventh FCS title in eight years behind QB Easton Stick
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US stock indexes edge higher a day after a big gain

US stock indexes end a wobbly day of trading with modest gains as communications and utility stocks rise but industrial stocks and smaller companies drop
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Top 50 in the world for Masters invitations getting tight

Golf Notes: End is near for players trying to finish in top 50 to get into the Masters
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Flyers eye new approach in GM, unlike 'unyielding' Hextall

Flyers eye new approach after firing general manager Ron Hextall for 'unyielding' approach
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Struggling Flyers fire general manager Ron Hextall

Struggling Flyers fire GM Ron Hextall after 4 ½ seasons following 6-0 loss to Toronto
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NDSU football team dominates all-conference selections

North Dakota State led all schools with 15 players named to the All-Missouri Valley Football Conference first and second teams
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Butler's 3-pointer caps 76ers' rally to beat Nets

Jimmy Butler made a 3-pointer with 2.3 seconds remaining to give the Philadelphia 76ers a 127-125 victory over the Brooklyn Nets
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In Birmingham's skyline, empty offices become more common

Cutbacks at major businesses and stagnant job growth are expected to create more than 1.1 million square feet of empty office space in downtown Birmingham by ye
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Montana State beats Incarnate Word 35-14 in FCS playoff

Troy Andersen ran for a touchdown and threw for another to lead Montana State to a 35-14 win over Incarnate Word in the first round of the FCS playoffs
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Late-season crop harvests progress in North Dakota

North Dakota's soybean harvest is coming to a close, and the corn and sunflower harvests both have reached about three-fourths done
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Northern Crops Institute adds program manager to staff

An agriculture support center located at North Dakota State University has added a program manager
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Lindsey, Lawrence have Toreros in FCS playoffs again

The most successful college football team in Southern California this season is led by a 75-year-old coach collecting Social Security and a quarterback who has
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Family purchases meth-contaminated house

A Salem family that unwittingly purchased a new home contaminated by a former methamphetamine lab that was on site is counting their blessings this Thanksgiving
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Valley City man hurt in train-truck crash in Barnes County

A Valley City man was injured when the pickup truck he was driving collided with a BNSF Railway train at a rural crossing in Barnes County
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Student-led holiday food drive continues to fill Fargodome

An annual event to fill the floor of the Fargodome football stadium with food donated for the needy at holiday time continues to grow
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Fargo man charged in death of girlfriend's child in Stanley

A Fargo man faces a manslaughter charge in the death of his girlfriend's 6-month-old son in Stanley
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Emergency Commission approves Guard tuition funding

The North Dakota Emergency Commission has approved steps to help the National Guard cover a shortfall in tuition assistance for students attending North Dakota
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US home construction rose 1.5 percent in October

US home construction increased a modest 1.5 percent in October as ground breakings for single-family houses fell
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Possible human remains found in duffel bag in Yonkers

Police are investigating what appeared to be human remains discovered in a duffel bag left near a Wells Fargo bank in Yonkers
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