Hundreds of family, friends and members of law enforcement came to say goodbye to the Colorado State Trooper and Grand Forks native who was killed on patrol while responding to a car crash.
The North Dakota Highway Patrol has identified the pilot who was killed in a plane crash Thursday near the Wild Rice River.
Most of the debris from the crash landed on private property.
An upside down U.S. flag at the pipeline protest campsite has been removed by law enforcement.
It was not the outcome rescue workers wanted.
An inmate at the Cass County Jail is in stable condition after authorities found her unresponsive in her cell.
A Fargo group celebrates the gift of giving.
North Dakota Governor-elect Doug Burgum is inviting everyone to his inauguration.
The Salvation Army Red Kettle is striking up a little competition in the F–M area.
The League of Women Voters of the Red River Valley hosted the First Friday event.
Hard to believe, but they're booked solid.
Fargo Police released the name of a man found dead after a fire call.
Cass County's Administrator, who had been suspended, has been fired.
Thousands of veterans are expected to create a human shield around protesters at the Dakota Access pipeline beginning this weekend.
A man was arrested after holding up a worker at Altru Hospital.
A Frazee, Minnesota man was arrested Wednesday after he was found in the lobby of Becker County Human Services in Detroit Lakes sharpening a knife.
Senator Heidi Heitkamp has confirmed that she is set to meet with President-Elect Donald Trump on Friday afternoon.
Senator Hoeven is getting support from the president-elect.
Morton County authorities have identified three men allegedly involved in crimes during the pipeline protest back in October.
Area AT&T employees spent a part of their day building holiday baskets for local seniors in need.
High school freshmen from around the region took a break from classes to look at careers in health, tech and trades.
Two female Cass County Sheriff's deputies say they were harassed by pipeline protestors who identified themselves as veterans.
Gilmore's not a girl. But he's sweet, pretty, and as playful as can be.
U.S. Democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp has confirmed that she is set to meet with President-Elect Donald Trump Friday afternoon.
At this time, officials have not released the age or sex of the person involved and they have not told us how that person died.
Governor Dalrymple is clarifying the details of his emergency evacuation order of the Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp south of Mandan.
Senator Hoeven took to the floor of the Senate to address misperceptions about the pipeline issue.
Some attorneys in the state say it may take years to figure out the meaning and boundaries of Marsy's Law.
The Roger Maris Cancer Center received a generous donation.
Police have arrested more Dakota Access Pipeline protesters in Iowa after they chained themselves to construction equipment.
The life prison sentence given to the man convicted in the 1995 murder of a West Fargo woman will be reviewed next week.
With snowfall starting up this year, the City of Fargo reminds us of the city's snow removal ordinance.
A Milwaukee man says his condition may not yet be life threatening, but that doesn't mean it isn't life altering.
Seven people have now been confirmed dead as the wildfires continue to consume the city of Gatlinburg in Tennessee.
If you've ever visited the Minnesota Zoo, chances are you came across Molniy.
Do some sweating and de-stressing in some of downtown Fargo's coolest locations.
Thousands of farmers and Ag experts from across the Midwest gathered for the Northern Ag Expo at the Fargodome.
The American Diabetes Association is calling on Congress to investigate the price of insulin.
Organizations nationwide are kicking off the charitable season by participating in Giving Tuesday.
Our very own Chief Meteorologist helped farmers prepare for next year's planting season.
Train accident rates have continued to go down every year since 1980.
Minneapolis police arrested nearly two-dozen protesters during a wage rally.
With Donald Trump winning the presidential election, many women are worried about their access to Planned Parenthood.
Three people have died in wildfires near the Great Smoky Mountains.
Students at Davies High School learned some car tips from fellow students at Fargo South.
The list of 51 applicants for Moorhead City Manager has been trimmed to four candidates.
A bus driver for the Moorhead School District has been fired.
Federal charges have been filed against a Colorado woman involved in the Dakota Access Pipeline protests.
The governor's office is trying to clear up a dispute over food and supplies for the pipeline protesters south of Mandan.
Are your kids eating healthy during the holidays? Let's talk: visions of sugarplums are dancing in their heads.
The National Transportation Safety Board says the pilot of a twin-engine plane that crashed near the Moorhead airport last week could not see the runway.
An Emergency Services spokeswoman say no action will be taken to enforce Gov. Jack Dalrymple's emergency evacuation order for protesters of the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
If you're looking to spice up your lunch break, the Plains Art Museum has just the thing for you.
A local business is cleaning up after a vehicle crashed through the front door last night.
If you're anxiously waiting to participate in outdoor winter activities in Fargo, you may have to keep waiting.
One man is dead after an early morning domestic disturbance in Moorhead.
Two organizations are joining together to collect donations to send to those who plan to stay put protesting the pipeline.
Eight of the victims are in stable condition and one victim is in critical condition after the attack.
After going 10-1 in the regular season, North Dakota State's football team earned a break.
The man killed by a train in Moorhead over the weekend has been identified.
Moorhead Police say charges are not expected against a school bus driver who suddenly ordered students off his bus and stranded about 20 of them.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it has ``no plans for forcible removal'' of protesters who have been camping in North Dakota to protest the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
A noteworthy North Dakotan took advantage of Small Business Saturday.
Protesters say they don't plan on leaving after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said they will close the campsite by December 5th.
It seems Santa traded in his sleigh for a Harley this holiday season.
The first ever "Elf On the Shelf" holiday event kicked off today on The Stage at Island Park.
What better way to enjoy your breakfast than going in your pajamas?
Cyber Monday is right around the corner and post offices are gearing up for the large amount of shipments.
Police in Maplewood, Minnesota are hoping you can look at this surveillance footage and help them catch an armed robber.
Black Friday shopping just isn't as big of a deal in the valley as it was in past years.
Gov. Dalrymple has moved forward with the decision to suspend the McKenzie County Sheriff after an investigation by the state.
It's a day dedicated to shopping locally to support small businesses.
The chairman of the Standing Rock Tribe says the Army Corps of Engineers plans to close the area where pipeline protesters have been camping for months.
Ten people were busted for shoplifting at a Fargo department store at 1a.m.
Hundreds of people took a break from Black Friday shopping madness and celebrated the annual "Hot Dog Skate" at Skate City.
Employees at SCHEELS Home and Hardware tried out something new this morning.
As the countdown to Christmas begins, families in the FM area are beginning to celebrate.
The Better Business Bureau has some tips on how to get the most out of Small Business Saturday.
From co-host of the Tonight Show to the mother of The Brady Bunch, fans are mourning the loss of a longtime TV favorite.
MNsure says they are working to correct a problem with wrong information sent to people who enrolled in health care plans through the state.
Finally, pie that won't kill you.
Police responded to home in North Fargo after reports of a person being shot.
At least seven people have something to be thankful for today.
Not everyone is able to be with their loved ones on Thanksgiving.
Three suspects are in custody in the fatal shooting of a Minnesota man on Wednesday that set off a police chase on the highway.
Some people got a head start on working off their Thanksgiving meal this morning in downtown Fargo.
Before heading out to catch the greatest deals for tomorrow's Black Friday, here are a few things to look out for.
While some look forward to a Thanksgiving feast today, others look forward to shopping.
One Minnesota couple is the record holder in the state for the longest marriage.
A plane with seven men on board crashed in a field just to the east of the Moorhead Airport and it sent emergency crews into action.
Both the farming and oil industry mean so much to North Dakota.
When children enter the foster care system, adoption experts at PATH say their goal is to get them home.
If you're not looking forward to the holidays, you may not be alone.
Today is the busiest travel day of the year with airports and highways across the country packed with travelers.
The governor and members of North Dakota's congressional delegation are calling on President Obama to take action now and end the Dakota Access Pipeline protest.
Want to help out and also score a free Thanksgiving dessert?
North Dakota continues to be a trailblazer in the development of drones.
Petro Serve USA is buying Valley Dairy locations in the grand cities.
Pit bulls, Staffordshire terriers and mixes of the two breeds are still banned in Devils Lake.
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