North Dakota News

YWCA Receives a Share of $1.8 Million for Housing Efforts

This is the 28th year they received a portion of the $1.8 million grant from Housing and Urban Development and although it supports housing efforts, it goes beyond that

FARGO, N.D. — Housing and Urban Development has awarded 18 programs in North Dakota a share of $1.8 million in federal money. An organization in Fargo is a recipient of the funding. The YWCA is helping impoverished women and children create a new future. “To be able to help women move from a state of chaos and crisis back out…

Richland County Man Recovering After Extreme Hypothermia

Haverland's vehicle had gone into the ditch Monday night and there was no indication that he had a phone with him

  RICHLAND COUNTY, N.D. — A man was flown to Fargo by Sanford AirMed after he was found outside northwest of Colfax. Richland County Sheriff Larry Leshovsky says it appears 51-year-old Daniel Haverland walked about 6 miles and was within a 1/2 mile of home when he was discovered by family shortly after 8 a.m. He says first responders with…

Microtel Inn & Suites Left with Big Mess After Pipe Bursts

When crews arrived water was flowing through the lobby of the hotel

WEST FARGO, N.D. — A big mess to cleanup in the lobby of Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham in West Fargo. Fire crews were called out around 5 o’clock after water flooded the lobby. A sprinkler head near the front entrance froze up and that caused a pipe in the ceiling to freeze and burst. When crews arrived water…

Grand Forks Police Release New Images of Valley Dairy Suspect

He got away from the convenience store with an undetermined amount of money

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Police in Grand Forks have released surveillance images of a robbery suspect. They are trying to identify this man who is suspected of holding up Valley Dairy on South Columbia Road on Friday morning. The man, armed with a knife and wearing a black and white scarf, was spotted on surveillance video from a nearby business….

Students From Sheyenne High School Donating More than 800 Items to the YWCA

Teachers at the high school say the first 1,000 days of a newborn's life can determine a lot of the child's future

FARGO, ND — Students at Sheyenne High School have been learning about childhood development and raising funds and collecting donations for little ones in need. They raised more than 800 items to donate to the YWCA for babies from impoverished families. Teachers at the high school say the first 1,000 days of a newborn’s life can determine a lot of…

City Ordinances and Deadlines for Shoveling Snow in Public Areas

City of Fargo ordinances show that snow must be removed from your sidewalks by 9 pm after the snow ends

FARGO, ND — Living in the metro means snow will be around the valley for much of the winter. But do you know when it’s time to start shoveling? City of Fargo ordinances show that snow must be removed from your sidewalks by 9 pm after the snow ends. Snow can only be dumped onto the boulevard if one exists…

UND Welcomes New Athletics Director

Chaves replaces Brian Faison who retired at the end of 2017

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — UND has officially welcomed Bill Chaves to the Fighting Hawks family. A press conference was held in Grand Forks to introduce Chaves as the 16th Athletics Director for the university. He comes to UND after more than a decade at Eastern Washington University. The football program earned seven playoff berths and won the FCS national title…

Suspect’s Trial in Greywind Case Delayed

The trial for William Hoehn has been moved from March to May 15

  CASS COUNTY, N.D. — There is another delay in the Savanna Greywind murder case. The trial for William Hoehn has been moved from March to May 15. Attorneys on both sides say they are still waiting for information to prepare their cases. Hoehn and his girlfriend, Brooke Crews, are accused of kidnapping their neighbor Savanna and taking her baby…

Oil Production in North Dakota Increasing

Ness says a task force is being convened to help speed up infrastructure development

  NORTH DAKOTA — Oil production in North Dakota is increasing amid rebounding oil prices and technology advances. But officials say the infrastructure needed to capture the natural gas byproduct isn’t keeping up. North Dakota Petroleum Council President Ron Ness says some oil drillers are cutting output to meet gas capture rules so they won’t be sanctioned by the state….

Money Talks: 401k

With the markets up sky-high, it's time to start thinking long-term.

Retirement might seem like a long way away, but if you don’t start paying attention to your retirement investments now, retirement itself might never come. The markets have been riding on a high since well before the start of the new year, and they just broke 26,000. So when you look over your portfolio, you need to make sure you’re…