North Dakota News

Semi Flipped Onto Its Side While Taking The Interstate Loop Ramp In Fargo

North Dakota Highway Patrol says the driver refused medical treatment

FARGO, N.D. — A semi flipped onto its side while taking the I-94 west to I-29 south loop ramp in Fargo. The driver says his truck’s load shifted. Authorities say a shifted load is a violation. The 55-year-old driver had minor injuries but North Dakota Highway Patrol says he refused medical treatment. He was the only one in the truck….

Silver Alert Issued For Missing Mandan Man Has Been Canceled, He Has Been Located

Milo Miller is a 73 year old White Male Who Was Last Seen Saturday

North Dakota Emergency Notification System:Milo Miller was found in Bismarck.   ******original story below******   A Silver Alert is being issued at the request of Mandan Police department. Milo Richrd Miller of Mandan, North Dakota is a 73 year old White Male. He is 5 feet, 8 inches tall, weighs 205 lbs. and has White hair and Green eyes. His…

Body Found in Ditch Near Grand Forks

Man is Currently Unidentified

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Grand Forks County Sherriff’s Office found a male’s body outside of city limits early Saturday morning. Authorities say the body was discovered in a ditch off of highway 2, just west of the Walmart in Grand Forks. He was taken to UND Pathology for an autopsy but the cause of death is currently unknown. The identity…

Healthy Kids Day at YMCA Encourages Positive Lifestyle Choices

Many different exercise stations were set up around the Fercho Family YMCA

FARGO, N.D. — During the winter months, its easy for kids to spend their time indoors, glued to their devices. But with summer just around the corner, the YMCA is trying to change that mentality. “Kids are sitting in front of their TV’s, playing on their phones, so if we can at least get that idea in their heads to put…

Enderlin Man Arrested for DUI After Leading Police on Car Chase

Hit a top speed of 106 MPH

FARGO, N.D. — After leading police on a chase, an Enderlin man has been arrested for a DUI. Around 1:50 Saturday afternoon, a trooper tried to stop the speeding car on Highway 18, near Casselton. Instead, 21 year old Joshua Wolters accelerated to 106 miles per hour. Troopers tried to stop him with fire deflated twice but both times were…

AARP Provides Free Document Shredding

Shredding old files is one way to prevent identity theft

FARGO, N.D. — Now that Tax Day is over, you might have cleaned out documents that need to be discarded. AARP hosted a free document shredding event, which helps reduce the risk of identity theft. MinneKota Secure Document Destruction had a truck on–site to shred the documents. Over 600 people came to discard their old files. Organizers say identity theft ranks…

West Fargo Park District Hosts Rummage Sale

Organizers describe the event as a huge garage sale

WEST FARGO, N.D. — The West Fargo Park District held its 24th annual rummage sale. Over 140 vendors were there selling everything from clothes to toys to furniture. More than 2,000 people stopped by, and there were even some new goods for resale as well. “It’s a great way to draw people into the event, to have a bunch in…

Local Music Fans Celebrate Vinyl Records on “Record Store Day”

Local record stores have festivities featuring live music, discounted prices

FARGO, N.D. — Music fans celebrate their love for vinyl records at several stores across the metro. As part of Record Store Day, Vinyl Giant on 13th Avenue South held an all–day event to sell discounted vinyl records and merchandise. Live music featuring local musicians and DJ’s fills the air as people relive their favorite records from decades ago. Some…

FM Ballet Presents “Aladdin” This Weekend

Three shows will be put on at the Fargo Theatre

FARGO, N.D. —  The classic tale of Aladdin will be brought to life this weekend, complete with a magic carpet and dragon. The FM Ballet will present the show at the Fargo Theatre. It’s a performance put on by people of all ages, and will be a treat for the whole family to watch. The company has been working on the…

Fargo South Students Present Multicultural Day Program to Elementary Schoolers

Students rotated through sessions to learn about different cultures

FARGO, N.D. — Immigrant students from Fargo South High School brought elementary schoolers a taste of their native cultures during Multicultural Day. Immigrants and their peer mentors in the English Learner program put on presentations about cultural holidays, clothing, and languages. Elementary students rotated through different sessions that highlighted countries from around the world. Abdi Hakim, one of the presenters, came…