Red River Towns Brace For Flooding Authorities and volunteers are scrambling to fight record-level flooding of the river dividing portions of North Dakota from Minnesota. The rising water broke a 112-year-old record early Friday and eroded a dike near downtown Fargo. But Saturday forecasts give weary residents a boost.

Red River Rises As Thousands Flee

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Fargo Evacuated As Waters Rise

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Fargo, N.D., Resident: Flooding Worse Than '97

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Fargo Braces For Flood As Red River Swells

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