Nick Broadway

Mapleton Woman Fired After Viral Racist Rant, Community Rally Scheduled in Fargo

Amber Hensley has issued an apology and the three women behind the camera say they hope she changes. KVRR'S TJ Nelson also contributed to this report

FARGO, ND — A Mapleton woman continues to deal with the consequences of her actions after video of her harassing three Somali women in Fargo went viral. Amber Hensley has issued an apology and the three women behind the camera say they hope she changes. They also want bystanders to speak up when hate crimes happen. KVRR’s Nick Broadway was the…

Three Vehicles Involved in Shooting in Moorhead

A nearby apartment complex may also be involved

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Police in Moorhead say shots were fired behind the strip mall near Hornbacher’s Azool. A nearby apartment complex may be involved. Police got the call just before 6:00 p.m. When officers arrived, they found out three vehicles were involved in the shooting. They say one of those vehicles was damaged by the gunfire. At the same time,…

It’s a Boy! Sanford Medical Center Delivers its First Baby

The parents said they feel like their new child is a part of history

FARGO, ND — It’s the first day of operations at the new Sanford Medical Center and the hospital has already delivered its first baby, a little more than an hour after the doors opened. Meet Kadyn Reynolds: the fourth child of Christine and Shaun Reynolds of Fargo. They said Kadyn is more than seven weeks early and has a rare…

Over $30,000 Raised at 27th Annual Paws Walk

They're still counting up the event's donations as of Tuesday night

FARGO, ND — Many sets of feet and paws trotted around Rheault Farm to help a local animal shelter. About 250 people and 177 dogs showed up to the 27th Annual Paws Walk to help Fargo’s Homeward Animal Shelter. Rumor has it there were even a couple of cats who joined the walk. Their goal is to raise $35,000 from…

Fargo Cass Public Health Hosts Take Back Tuesday

They want to remind everyone to properly dispose of their prescription medication to fight opioid addiction

FARGO, ND — The red bin is back at Fargo Cass Public Health for prescription drug Take Back Tuesday. They want to remind everyone to properly dispose of their prescription medication to fight opioid addiction. Last time they held the event, 133 people dropped off 210 pounds of medication. They say many patients with old or unused prescriptions have had…

Dakota Farmers Slammed by Worsening Drought Conditions

Experts told us some producers will feel the effects of this dry season for many years

LEONARD, ND — Farmers and ranchers in North Dakota are concerned about extreme drought conditions creeping into the eastern side of the state. Some Ag experts said we haven’t had drought conditions this bad since 2006. Last year’s harvest held an abundant yield for many North Dakota farmers. But with drought conditions and little rain, the same can’t be said…

Fargo Brewing Company is Using Pints to Help Patients

One dollar from each pour helped provide patients with medical equipment

FARGO, ND — People in Fargo helped patients get the medical equipment they need by buying a pint. Many craft beer connoisseurs poured into Fargo Brewing Company where a dollar from every drink is given to HERO throughout the day. HERO is a non-profit which collects used medical supplies like wheelchairs, walkers and crutches. Its executive director says the group…

City Officials Refresh Cyclists on Safety After Recent Crashes

They call Fargo a mostly bike friendly community as long as everyone keeps paying attention

FARGO, ND — When the world of vehicles and bicycles meet, the outcome can be dangerous. Fargo city officials said there are rules for both drivers and cyclists you might not know about. Multiple crashes between cars and bikes struck the Red River Valley throughout the past week. On Thursday, a 14–year–old girl was killed after being hit by a…

“Shaq at the SHAC” Has Additional Seating After Tickets Sold Out

Organizers said tickets sold out a few days after the announcement

FARGO, ND — More seats were added to the Chamber’s 2017 Voice of Vision event featuring Shaquille O’Neal at the Sanford Health Athletic Complex. “Shaq at the SHAC” has additional seats starting at $50 per person. These seats do not include lunch, but in the words of organizers, they “provide a great view.” All floor seats and tables sold out…

Flood Control Buyouts Spark New Facility for Fargo Schools

New warehouse puts the behind the scenes operations under one roof

FARGO, ND — Flood control efforts sparked a new warehouse for the Fargo Public School District. Officials said their new operations facility will help improve the lives of their students. Faculty and staff are celebrating the end of a big move. “Make sure our buildings are prepared and ready to go for students and the education they receive,” said Superintendent…