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FARGO — Fargo police have searched the home of the parents of a man accused in the home invasion and knifepoint sexual assault of three North Dakota State University international students after he allegedly asked them to retrieve panties, a flash drive, some photos and a DVD hidden in his home. Stanley Joe Busche of Argusville was recorded on a Cass County Jail phone call to his parents Sunday telling them to search for items hidden in his home while his wife was away, according to a search warrant filed Thursday in Cass County District Court. During later calls, the elder Busch
FARGO — A federal appeals court judge has upheld a lower court's decision that requires the state of North Dakota to turn over millions of dollars in taxes to now-defunct Racing Services Inc., its owner Susan Bala and its creditors. RSI, solely owned by Bala, established a "simulcast" off-track betting system for horse racing that operated at various sites in North Dakota throughout the 1990s and early 2000s.
FARGO — A Davies High School student who was discovered along a road south of Fargo after he crashed the family car was driving too fast, North Dakota Highway Patrol officials said Wednesday. The Highway Patrol released its findings Wednesday on the crash that killed 17-year-old Sreejon Lala in late December.
FARGO -- A Fargo man has pleaded not guilty in connection with a case in which he's accused of driving a Zamboni while drunk during a high school hockey game. Steven James Anderson declined comment as he left Fargo Municipal Court on Thursday after entering his plea to Class B misdemeanor drunken-driving charges. The charges stem from a Feb.
FARGO — North Dakota's top federal prosecutor said Tuesday he's stepping down to return to private practice. U.S.
FARGO — When Reanne Pederson laid down to breastfeed her son for the last time on June 13, she hadn't slept for more than two hours at a stretch in the four days since he'd been born. Avery's birth was a fast delivery — only six hours — and afterward her doctor prescribed the painkiller hydrocodone. But instead of swallowing the pills, this time Pederson snorted her prescription. The pills made her wide-awake, not sleepy, said Pederson, so she figured it was OK. It wasn't. "I'm not this monster that people have made me out to be," Pederson said on the phone from a dr
FARGO — Prosecutors here are considering criminal charges against the father of a 2-month-old baby girl who died in her father's arms last summer after he fell asleep holding her after a night of drinking. According to a search warrant filed recently in Cass County District Court, police were dispatched just before 3 a.m. Aug.
Woman may face drug charges after saving OD victim FARGO — Fargo police are investigating a woman for allegedly dealing heroin after she saved the life of a man overdosing on heroin by injecting him with a life-saving drug, according to court documents. A search warrant filed Thursday in Cass County District Court states Fargo police responded to the overdose call on Jan. 21 in the 100 block of Woodcrest Drive. The woman told police she and the victim shot up heroin in the kitchen of her home.
BISMARCK — North Dakota lawmakers are joining the ranks of other legislators across the country looking to outlaw a product that hasn’t even been released yet — powdered alcohol. The...
FARGO — Authorities don't yet have any DNA evidence implicating a man accused of rape in a home invasion at a north Fargo apartment last month, a hole the defense attorney claims could sink the case. Hopes of linking Stanley Joe Busche to the alleged rapes of two North Dakota State University students at the off-campus apartment on Dec.