Jessie Cohen

Walmart Grants Fargo Police Department Funding to Help Local Youth

The community trust officers say this money will help enroll kids in different programs

FARGO, ND — The Fargo Police Department is getting some help in making a difference in the lives of local children. Walmart is giving the department a grant for the second year in a row to provide opportunities to children they may not receive otherwise. The community trust officers say this money will help enroll kids in different programs. Whether…

The Upcoming I-94 Interchange Bridge Project

The project is needed to prevent the top layer of the deck from loosening

WEST FARGO, ND — The City of West Fargo wants the community to be aware of the upcoming West Fargo interchange bridge project. The project is needed to prevent the top layer of the deck from loosening. Those working on the project say once it’s finished, it will provide the same route options for travelers. In May, there will be…

Pink It Forward Is Celebrating Women

Pink It Forward is giving women a chance to purchase some of their favorite products while also supporting an important cause

FARGO, ND — Although October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month, organizations worldwide are still raising funds and awareness for the disease. One local organization is celebrating women and proving that one small gesture can make all the difference. Whether it’s stylish jewelry, soothing lotions or homemade decor, when it comes to shopping there is always something fun to find. “When…

Honoring Our Nation’s Veterans In A Musical Way

The Full Battle Rattle Brass Quintet and the Flatland Dixieland Band of the 188th Army Band performed a one hour concert to the public

FARGO, ND — The Fargo Public Library is honoring veterans and Veterans Day with a concert. The Full Battle Rattle Brass Quintet and the Flatland Dixieland Band of the 188th Army Band performed a one hour concert to the public. They played some all–time American favorites in honor of those who have served. People of all ages were invited to…

Santa Claus is Already In Fargo!

Scheels hosted the famous man in red for kids and families to take a holiday photo with this season

FARGO, ND — Santa Claus is coming to town…and he’s early. Scheels hosted the famous man in red for kids and families to take a holiday photo with this season. Each family or group receives the first photo free, with other opportunities to purchase packages. Scheels has already started to prepare for the holiday season and staff say they have…

North Dakota Heart Gallery Hoping You Can Make a Heart Connection with a Child

The North Dakota Heart Gallery is trying to change that by putting a face to each name

FARGO, ND — In the United States, about 51,000 kids are put up for adoption every year. The North Dakota Heart Gallery is introducing some children to the community who are looking for a forever home. “There’s nothing like knowing this is my forever home,” said Jane Nelson, a mother of an adopted child from the Heart Gallery. But for…

Crews Respond to Garage Fire in West Fargo

When firefighters arrived there was smoke coming from a double garage that the homeowners share with neighbors

WEST FARGO, ND — A neighbor spots a fire in a garage in West Fargo and calls authorities. Crews responded around 4 o’clock this afternoon to the garage at 229 12th Avenue East. When firefighters arrived there was smoke coming from a double garage that the homeowners share with neighbors. There were no vehicles inside at the time of the…

NDDOT Looking into the Future with “ND Moves”

What does North Dakota need for the future of biking, walking, rolling and public transportation?

FARGO, ND — The North Dakota Department of Transportation is changing the future of transportation. A new project is getting started and targeting the needs of North Dakotans. What does North Dakota need for the future of biking, walking, rolling and public transportation? The North Dakota Department of Transportation is bringing communities together to answer that question for their new…

National and Local Advocates of Planned Parenthood Host Progress on the Prairie Event

Defunding programs and removing access could change the future of millions

FARGO, ND — Advocates of Planned Parenthood gathered downtown to show their support for the organization at their annual Progress on the Prairie event. Former Senator Olympia Snowe says possible changes to Planned Parenthood from the new administration could affect thousands. “‘Where will I get my birth control if you’re not here? What happens if you close your doors?’” asked…

West Fargo Celebrates the Opening of New Sports Arena

The doors are open and the ice is ready for some shredding

WEST FARGO, ND — More than a year ago, construction began on the new West Fargo Sports Arena. Now, teams are finally getting their skates on the ice. The doors are open and the ice is ready for some shredding. “As a whole, I think it’s a beautiful place and it’s going to be a nice place to watch hockey,”…