FARGO – The man planning what he calls a “pro-white” rally in Fargo this fall said the date is being pushed back. Peter Tefft, 30, had named Saturday, Oct. 14, as the likely date for the rally that he hoped to stage in the public square between the downtown Fargo library and the Civic Center. On Wednesday, Aug. 23, Tefft said that date is now off the table, and he would not name another possible date for the rally.
FARGO -- When Adam Melle's father searched his son's bedroom after his recent overdose death, he was astonished by what he found. Randy Melle discovered drugs and needles discreetly sewn into curtain seams and coat pockets, and stashed inside curtain rods and air vents. "I found 115 syringes," Melle said.
BISMARCK — Former Fargo resident Kathleen Wrigley and her parents are outraged that a judge has ruled her brother’s killer will not be executed because he is mentally disabled. The long death penalty appeal process has been a difficult road for Kathleen, wife of Lt. Gov.