Shoppers can start checking items off of their Christmas list by visiting a plethora of local vendors, all in one stop.
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For one local store, it is already beginning to look like Black Friday.
They have rooms, and they want people who need a home to have them.
Fargo police are searching for a suspect who robbed another metro convenience store late last night.
People in Fargo are one step away from being able to determine which wine pairs best with movie theater popcorn.
It's a week away from Thanksgiving, but city leaders are already promoting "local" Christmas shopping.
Macaroni and cheese is a classic Thanksgiving side dish, but how about 40,000 pounds of it?
Some people in Clay County may say Minnesota's Secretary of State saves the best for last.
If you are struggling with fomo, doctors say it's important you realize you are not alone.
The metro saw its first snowfall this morning and the freshly iced roads were a hassle for many drivers.
A semi-truck crashes through a fence in a south Fargo neighborhood after veering off the interstate.
"And you can't break us, because we're gonna lean on each other and we're gonna be strong with each other..."
It is official! UND has a new nickname: Fighting Hawks.
E-cig candy flavors are attracting kids and the result could be deadly.
As hunting season is underway, UND campus police are bringing awareness to firearm safety.
Fargo police say quick thinking from a local resident helped them recover items from at least half a dozen burglaries.
One of the best high school athletes in the area is diving into a new opportunity.
Gas prices have dropped below two dollars in the metro, just in time for the busy Thanksgiving travel season.
A house fire displaces a family of six in Glyndon.
One concerned citizen in Valley City is making headlines again.
Valley City Commission Meeting, November 17
One in 10 babies are born premature in the U.S.
Actor Charlie Sheen's announcement that he is HIV positive brings attention to an illness that experts say is not as deadly as it once was.
The West Fargo School district is in need of new schools, and other improvements to keep up with current enrollment numbers.
The West Fargo School District will now be able to accommodate its continued rapid enrollment rate.