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Hoehn Trial Continues With Police Interviews From August 2017

The jury was shown two: one with Hoehn before Savanna Greywind's baby Haisley Jo was found and one after she was found

FARGO, N.D. — Wiliam Hoehn is on trial for conspiring to commit murder in the death of Savanna Greywind, but no one outside of law enforcement was able to talk to him in August of last year about what happened. Each day the trial continues, we are able to start piecing together what happened from the moment Greywind went missing last…

Second Day of William Hoehn’s Murder Trial Reveals Details About Savanna Greywind’s Final Moments

Hoehn has four kids and his girlfriend Brooke Crews has seven

FARGO, N.D. — William Hoehn’s nine day trial for conspiracy to commit murder in the death of 22–year–old Savanna Greywind continues with opening statements and witness testimonies, revealing some gruesome, new details about the case. Greywind was eight months pregnant when she went to try on a dress for her upstairs neighbor, and Hoehn’s girlfriend, Brooke Crews. When no one heard…

14 People Selected for Jury in 1st Day of William Hoehn’s Murder Trial

The trial will last nine days

FARGO, N.D. — William Hoehn, the man charged with conspiracy to commit murder in the death of 22–year–old Savanna Greywind, begins his trial. In day one of nine, a jury of 12 people and two alternates are selected for the case. That jury is made up of eight women and six men. It took all day for the defense and prosecution…

Women’s Health Conference Helping Community Members Manage Stress

Pillars of health include exercise, nutrition, mental health and spirituality

FARGO, N.D. — Women take a break from their normal routines to focus on putting stress aside and have a better well-being at a Women’s Health Conference. When someone feels stressed, their bodies act as if they are getting ready for war. “Just think back to when we were cave people. There’s a lion outside the cave. Your body thinks it’s…

Bison Nation Gets Ready for NDSU Homecoming Week

The downtown parade will be on Friday and the football game is on Saturday

FARGO, N.D. — Bison Nation is celebrating the biggest and busiest week all year: homecoming. NDSU begins the festivities with a barbeque and pep fest for students and faculty. Throughout the rest of the week, students will participate in a service project day, blood drive and homecoming show and coronation. It all leads up to the two biggest Homecoming events of…

Community Comes Together to Support Solberg Family

Steven Solberg has Crohn's Disease, his newborn daughter can't hear

FARGO, N.D. — A community puts on a free–will pancake breakfast and raffles off prizes to raise money for a Fargo family who just can’t seem to catch a break. Steven Solberg has been battling Crohn’s Disease, which causes inflammation in the digestive tract, since 2015. “He was getting treatments and they wouldn’t work and that’s when he had to go…

Red River Marksmanship Center Takes A Trip Back In Time to the Wild West

the range has been open for nine years

  WEST FARGO, N.D. — If you love everything about the Wild West, this was your time to actually become a part of it. The Red River Regional Marksmanship Center held a Western Day at the range. Volunteers put on a reenactment of an old west bank robbery, safety and shooting fundamental seminars with civil war guns and tours of the…

Third Annual Michael Kaspari Recovery Run/Walk Reminds People Overcoming Addiction is Possible

It raised about $30,000 for the Village First Step Recovery Program

FARGO, N.D. — More than 200 people laced up their sneakers for the third annual Michael Kaspari Memorial Recovery 5k Run and Walk. The Village’s First Step Recovery Program started putting on the race as a way to celebrate addiction recovery. It’s also a way for the mental health clinic to highlight their free family recovery clinic. The run/walk raised almost…

Sanford Health, Tri-College University Opening Training Center in 2020

Students will get to practice on mannequin simulators

  FARGO, N.D. — Sanford Health Medical Center on Broadway partners with Tri–College University to turn the Children’s Hospital into a training center. It’s a marriage between five of Fargo–Moorhead’s universities and one of its largest medical facilities. “We’re going to have something that’s truly fantastic. It’s believed to be one of the first, if not the first of its kind,…

Hundreds of Kids Help to “Reforest the Red”

they planted more than 4,500 trees

FARGO, N.D. — The River Keepers bring hundreds of people together to reforest patches along the Red River. In fact, they found just the right rhythm while planting 4,500 trees and shrubs to areas along the Red River in under 24 hours. “It’s very difficult for this area to naturally regenerate. Deer is one thing and heavy waters is another at certain times…