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Police Link Burglary to Couple in Deputy Shooting

Police have linked a burglary at an animal hospital to a North Dakota couple who died after a sheriff's deputy was shot in western Minnesota.

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Winter Institute Discusses Impact of North Dakota’s Oil Boom on St. Cloud Area

The 52nd annual Winter Institute held a discussion on Thursday to discuss the North Dakota Oil Boom and how it economically impacts Central Minnesota.

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Top 5 at 7:45; What I Wish North Dakota Had

North Dakota ranked 5th in a recent survey for best states for Quality of Life. The Top 5 at 7:45 is looking at what I wish North Dakota had. The Top 5 at 7:45 airs weekday mornings with Jay Caldwell on WJON. Minnesota was #3 on the same survey.

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Judge Keeps Environmental Groups Out Of Coal Fight

A federal judge won't let environmental groups join the legal battle between North Dakota and Minnesota over coal power plants.

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SCSU Hockey Tops #6 North Dakota 5-2

The 15th ranked St. Cloud State men's hockey team downed #6 North Dakota 5-2 Saturday night to earn a split in the weekend series. SCSU fell behind 1-0 but scored 3 straight goals to lead 3-1 in the 2nd period. UND cut the lead to 3-2 but SCSU scored 2 goals in the 3rd period to ice the win.

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SCSU Hockey Preview; #15 SCSU Hosts #6 North Dakota [AUDIO]

The 15th ranked St. Cloud State men's hockey team hosts #6 North Dakota Friday night at 7:37 and Saturday night at 7:07. The Huskies moved up in the USCHO.com Division I poll this week from #18 to #15. North Dakota dropped from #5 to #6. The Huskies are 5-3-0 this season and are coming off a split at #3 Denver this past weekend.

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UPDATE: North Dakota Student Who Shot Himself Expected to Recover

A high school student who shot himself in an apparent suicide attempt in a southeastern North Dakota classroom is expected to recover but will need some support, officials said. Authorities are not identifying the freshman boy who shot himself in front of classmates at the K-12 Fairmount school Thursday morning.

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Impact of North Dakota Oil Drilling Reaching St. Cloud [AUDIO]

ST. CLOUD - Oil is a multi-billion dollar business, and it's growing rapidly just to the west of us.

The River's Edge Convention Center played host to a talk on the economic and employment impact of oil drilling in North Dakota on Thursday

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Airlines Add Service in North Dakota’s Oil Patch

Airlines are rushing to add service to North Dakota to haul in workers drawn by the state's oil boom. Delta Air Lines Inc. said on Monday that it will add two round-trips a day between Minneapolis and Williston, N.D. And United Airlines is set to add three round-trip flights a day between Denver and Williston in November.

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North Dakota Vote Lets School Scrap Fighting Sioux Name

Voters have approved a measure that lets the University of North Dakota dump its controversial Fighting Sioux nickname. The vote sends the matter back to the state's Board of Higher Education, which is expected to retire the moniker and American Indian head logo.

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