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South Dakota Legislator Not Reprimanded for “All Lives Splatter” Post

Representative Lynne DiSanto of Box Elder is not losing her job in politics

SIOUX FALLS, SD — A Republican South Dakota legislator is not being reprimanded for her “All Lives Splatter” post on Facebook. Representative Lynne DiSanto of Box Elder posted a meme on September 7th which shows protesters getting run over by a vehicle. It reads, “All Lives Splatter, nobody cares about your protest.” The GOP state chairman said in a statement,…

Police Clarify Details on a Standoff with a Teenager in Grand Forks

Officers said the SWAT team was not involved despite other media reports

GRAND FORKS, ND — Officers in Grand Forks are clearing up details about a standoff with a potentially armed teenager Friday afternoon. They said despite other media reports, the SWAT team was not involved. At around noon, they said the teenager left school and went inside a family member’s home at the Valley Ho Mobile Home Park. Officers said there…

Plane Crash Near Thief River Falls Kills Three People

The Cessna 182 went down just before 8:00a.m. on Saturday

THIEF RIVER FALLS, Minn. — Authorities confirmed three people are dead after a small plane crash near Thief River Falls. Pennington County officials identified the victims as 69-year-old Moy Wing, 27-year-old Brian Duke and 26-year-old Zach Ostertag, all of Wyoming. There were no survivors. Officials said the Cessna 182 crashed just before 8:00 Saturday morning by the intersection of Center…

Public Gathering for Healing at Island Park for Greywind Family

Anyone who felt emotionally affected by what happened to Greywind was welcome

FARGO, ND — It’s a time for emotional healing in Island Park. Family members, friends and people who feel affected by what happened to Savanna Greywind gathered for a ceremony to remember her. It’s been just over one month since Savanna Greywind went missing. “A space for people to come together for healing,” said Ruth Bufalo of the Fargo Native American…

West Fargo Police Chief Heith Janke Lays Out Goals for the City

After showing up at West Fest and at block parties throughout the past few weeks, he met with senior citizens at Sheyenne Crossings

WEST FARGO, ND — New West Fargo Police Chief Heith Janke continues to meet the community by hosting Coffee with a Cop. After showing up at West Fest and at block parties throughout the past few weeks, he met with senior citizens at Sheyenne Crossings. He spoke about cases he had in past jobs like racially charged violence, corrupt politicians…

LIVE: Gathering for Healing Brings Community Together

The Gathering of Healing after the death of Savanna Greywind at Island Park

FARGO, ND — Close friends, family and volunteers who helped search efforts are remembering Savanna Greywind at Island Park in Fargo. They’re calling it a Gathering for Healing. KVRR’s Nick Broadway is there with a look at this ceremony. NICK BROADWAY, REPORTING: The ceremony has yet to begin and we’ve been asked to point our cameras away when it does…

Property Tax Frustrations Brought to the County Budget Meeting

One man told commissioners he might move to Minnesota

FARGO, ND — People told Cass County leaders how they could be driven from their homes with the latest property tax increase. It’s their main concern while commissioners begin to finalize the 2018 budget. “It’s got me looking at moving to Moorhead because the property taxes are quite a bit lower there,” said Merrill Hinger of West Fargo. Many property owners…

Case IH Agriculture Awards Fargo Public Schools with $25,000 STEM Grant

The money goes to programs which connect young minds with industry professionals to get them thinking about their future

FARGO, ND — Middle schoolers in Fargo are getting an early step to their future career path thanks to a STEM grant. Fargo Public Schools is one of five districts in the country awarded $25,000 from Case IH Agriculture. The money goes to programs which connect young minds with industry professionals to get them thinking about their future. The STEM…

Death Investigation On NDSU Campus

They told us it was a loud night in the residence hall

FARGO, ND — A 17-year-old boy was found dead inside an NDSU residence hall. At this time, authorities are not releasing the cause of death. It seemed like another typical Saturday night. “We just heard a lot of noise outside our dorm room,” said Feyisayo Ayobamidele, an NDSU Freshman. But just after Noon on Sunday, a coroner’s vehicle was seen perched…

Hundreds Donate at NDSU’s Relief Concert to Help Hurricane Victims

The orchestra performed a rendition of Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen

FARGO, ND — Hundreds gave financial help to Harvey and Irma victims at NDSU’s Hurricane Relief Concert. Professionals and students both put up the short performance. A group of four singers belted out a country classic: “Houston. Houston means that I’m one step closer to you.” “Like so many Americans, we’re all scratching our heads trying to figure out how…