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FARGO — An opportunity to play college football brought Ed Schultz to the Fargo-Moorhead area. His impact with a microphone made him stay. From former Division II All-American quarterback with the Minnesota State University Moorhead Dragons, to hosting a talk news show on Russian-based television network "RT America," Schultz's talent and persona was polarizing. This is a timeline of his life and career:
The family of a 22-year-old man injured in a serious crash Thursday, June 28, says he no longer has brain activity, according to an update on his CaringBridge page. On Monday afternoon, testing was done on Cameron Bolton to determine if there was any brain activity. The Fargo man’s body was brought back to a normal temperature where a test was done and determined tha
ANTHEM, Ariz.—A heroic act by a 6-month-old puppy in Arizona Friday morning, June 29, may require a change in the phrase “man’s best friend” to “woman’s best friend.” Paula Godwin, of Anthem, Ariz., said she was walking her dog, “Todd,” early Friday morning on a hiking trail when she says she encountered a rattlesnake. https://www.facebook.com/plugins/post.php?href=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.faceboo..." width="500" height="744" style="border:none;overflow:hidden" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" allowTransparency="true" allow="en
KIMBERLEY, Australia—Shocking video of an Australian woman being pulled into the water after hand-feeding a shark off the back of a yacht in western Australia went viral Monday, July 2. Melissa Brunning, 34, of Perth, Australia, who says she was on a “once-in-a-lifetime” vacation, is lucky to be alive after the unexpected attack.
NEW YORK —It was the (awkward) embrace seen around the nation. During President Donald Trump's campaign rally in Fargo Wednesday, June 27, GOP Senate hopeful U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., was called to the stage by the president to say a few words. Then, after Cramer finished speaking to the red-hatted crowd of supporters, he turned around to walk back towards the president. And then, it happened.
FARGO—The 11 basketball players that were injured in a serious crash south of Mapleton Thursday evening, June 28, were members of a Lisbon Courts Plus team traveling to Fargo to play a game, a friend of the girls told Forum News Service. All members of the team are reportedly doing OK and are expected to fully recover from their injuries.
FARGO—President Donald Trump touched down at approximately 6:20 p.m. Wednesday, June 27, at Fargo's Hector International Airport. Trump is scheduled to speak at Scheels Arena at 7 p.m. to stump for GOP Senate hopeful Kevin Cramer. To see all of our photos, scroll through them in the slides above this story. We will continue to update this photo gallery as more photos arrive throughout the evening. Check back throughout the night to see additional photographs of this historic event.
The U.S. Postal Service is providing customers of all ages with a treat for their senses with the release of its first ever scratch-and-sniff stamps. Take that, email. The aroma of the "Frozen Treats Forever" stamps will remind customers of the sweet scent of summer when mailing and receiving letters of love, friendship, party invitations and other correspondence, the postal service said in a release. The stamps were officially dedicated and released Wednesday, June 20, at a children's museum in Austin, Texas.
LAS VEGAS—Richard Harrison, known more by his nickname "The Old Man" from the popular History channel reality series "Pawn Stars," has died. He was 77. Harrison's death was made public in a Facebook post sent out Monday morning, June 25, on the pawn shop's official Facebook page. "It is with heavy hearts that we acknowledge the passing of Richard Benjamin Harrison (known as 'The Old Man' to Pawn Stars fans the world over) this morning," the Facebook post reads. "He was surrounded by loving family this past weekend and went peacefully."
CALABASAS, Calif.—The tragic, sudden death of 35-year-old Tristan Beaudette has left investigators with a lot of questions. And so far—as of Sunday, June 24—very few answers.