North Dakota State University
More than 1,200 people gathered to mourn the North Dakota State University student found slain in Moorhead as authorities search for the person responsible for his death. The funeral Mass for 18-year-old Thomas Bearson was held Monday at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in his hometown of Sartell.
Friends and family said goodbye Monday to a Sartell college student who was killed after attending a house party in Fargo.
The North Dakota State University student found slain in Moorhead will be laid to rest as authorities search for the person responsible for his death. A funeral Mass for 18-year-old Thomas Bearson will be held Monday morning at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in his hometown of Sartell.
Law enforcement officials in the Moorhead and Fargo, North Dakota, metropolitan area are pledging public safety and security while investigators look for clues in the killing of a North Dakota State University student earlier this week.
A funeral is scheduled for Monday for a college freshman from Sartell, Minn. Eighteen-year-old Tom Bearson’s body was discovered Tuesday morning in Moorhead, Minn. three days after he was last seen leaving a party near the North Dakota State University campus in Fargo.
Investigators have ruled the death of a missing North Dakota State University student a homicide. The Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office said that Thomas Gregory Bearson’s death is the result of “homicidal violence.”
There are still questions as to what happened to Tom Bearson, but officers in Fargo, N.D. say they now believe he is gone. Twenty minutes into a morning search for Bearson, a searcher found a body matching his description.
Authorities announced Tuesday afternoon that a body matching the description of a missing North Dakota State University freshman from Sartell, Minn., has been found.
North Dakota State University is seeking the public’s help in finding a missing student. The Fargo school says freshman Tom Bearson, of Sartell, Minn., hasn’t been seen since leaving a party about 3 a.m. Saturday. He lives in a residence hall on campus.
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Craig Bohl is coaching his final game at North Dakota State University on Saturday as the Bison face Towson in the FCS title game. Next stop: Taking over the football program at Wyoming. But what a ride it has been in Fargo.
The U.S. Army has postponed dropping the ROTC program at North Dakota State University in Fargo.
North Dakota lawmakers negotiating final details of an anti-abortion measure killed an amendment Tuesday that threatened a three-year, $1.2 million federal sex education grant for North Dakota State University.
Fargo police have given the all-clear at North Dakota State University and classes will resume around 2 p.m., according to KGFO in Fargo.
Three teenagers may face charges after a North Dakota Highway Patrol trooper clocked their cars at 145 mph on Interstate 29.