North Dakota tourism officials yanked an ad touting the state's active nightlife after a deluge of online criticism. The ad features a pair of men exchanging glances with three women through an open bar window. Many people commenting on the tourism Facebook page suggest the ad would be better suited to promote the Jersey Shore.
Family who endured car theft ordeal surprised with trip to Universal Orlando
A father rescued his four children after a thief jumped in his car while he was getting something from his trunk.
ATF offering $5,000 reward for info on fire at condemned apartment building
The building sustained $1.8 million-worth of damage.
BCA IDs officer in fatal St. Paul shooting, says there was 'exchange of fire'
The sergeant has been an officer for 10 years.
Charges: Teen speeding before crash that killed mother, injured her son
The teenager was driving at speeds between 72-89 mph at the time of the crash.
Northland Vapor calls St. Paul regulators 'overzealous' in lawsuit over THC sales
The small Minnesota business said the lawsuit was "misleading" and "shameful."
Excelsior chocolate shop ransacked by thieves to reopen
Truffle Hill will reopen to the public on Friday.
Company agrees to changes after child workers found in MN meat plants
An investigation found children ages 13-17 working hazardous jobs at the plants.
Drinks can company to lay off almost 100 workers, close St. Paul plant
State authorities were informed of the impending closure.
Suspect in Minneapolis bar killing charged with weapons crime
The suspect has not been charged with murder in the case as of Wednesday.
A monster storm is coming next week: What will happen?
What we know with high confidence at this point is that there will be a monster storm in the central U.S. by the early and middle part of next week.
Boy safe after kidnapping by non-custodial parent in Mankato
The search prompted the temporary shutdown of I-35 Tuesday night.
Search for group who stole 13 guns, ammo, vehicles on Thanksgiving
The theft happened at a home near Belle Plaine.
North and South Dakota political leaders criticize Obama over pipeline rejection
North and South Dakotans from both sides of the political aisle want to see a pipeline from Canada to Mexico run through their states. They're upset that the President rejected the proposal, saying a Congressional deadline does not allow enough time for environmental review.
Airline boardings soar in North Dakota
Boardings at airports at airports across North Dakota are up 22 percent in the first six months of 2012 compared to the same period last year, Forum Communications reports. Boardings at airports near the oil boom in western North Dakota have skyrocketed -- up 73 percent in Dickinson, 62 percent in Minot and 41 percent in Williston.
Growing love for North Dakota in 2011
For many, North Dakota may never be a top winter vacation destination. In fact, The Weather Channel named Fargo "America's Toughest Weather City." However, that hasn't kept the Peace Garden State from having a successful 2011. According to the Fargo-Moorhead Forum, several magazines and websites praise NoDak for its booming economy and security.
Delta to offer service from Twin Cities to North Dakota oil patch
North Dakota's oil boom is fueling demand for more air travel. Delta Air Lines is adding two nonstop daily flights between the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and Williston, N.D., starting in November, the Fargo Forum reports.
North Dakota's DMI Industries plant to be sold
Minnesota-based Otter Tail Corp. is looking to sell its wind tower manufacturing plants in North Dakota and Oklahoma for $20 million. The future is uncertain for the 216 jobs in West Fargo and 167 in Tulsa. An Otter Tail spokesman tells the Fargo Forum the company hopes the new owners "see the value in our plants and skilled workforce."
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