Author: KVRR Staff

Fargo’s Case-New Holland plant to reopen

FARGO, N.D. – Case-New Holland tractor manufacturing plant in Fargo is re-opening next month. CNH has nearly 600 employees in Fargo. The plant, which makes large tracked and four-wheel drive tractors and industrial loaders, is scheduled to resume production May 5th. Union leaders say they’ve come to an agreement with the company to ensure that employees will be safe during…

Suspects Allegedly Obstructed Avery Murder Investigation

If convicted, Erno and Payne could be sentenced to 20 years in prison

1/3 Ethan Broad Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3 Andrea payne Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3 Show Caption Hide Caption MOORHEAD, Minn.–Court documents are describing the alleged roles of two people who are accused of being accomplices in the murder of Dystynee Avery in Moorhead. Twenty-six-year-old Andrea Payne and 22-year-old David Erno are each charged with aiding an offender after the…

Drive thru testing for JR Simplot employees to take place at Alerus Center Thursday

GRAND FORKS, N.D. -Another COVID-19 targeted testing event will happen at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks from 12:00 to 5:00 PM on Thursday. It’s for JR Simplot employees and those who have had close contact with people with positive cases at LM Wind Power. Health officials say there are no reported cases at Simplot. State officials are calling it…

Complaint Says Moorhead Man Dismembered Murder Victim, Placed Body Parts in Dumpster

If convicted, Broad could face up to 40 years in prison.

MOORHEAD, Minn.–Charges have been filed against a Moorhead man in connection with the death of a woman who had been missing since April 3. Twenty-seven-year-old Ethan Broad is charged with second-degree murder without intent while committing a felony. According to court documents, Broad told Moorhead police that he killed 19-year-old Dystynee Avery in self-defense before he dismembered the victim by…

Trump-endorsed protest at governor’s mansion seeks to reopen Minnesota

ST. PAUL, Minn. (FOX 9) – Several hundred protesters gathered outside Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz’s home Friday calling for the state to be reopened, but Walz said doing so would be “reckless” in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. President Donald Trump endorsed the protest, tweeting “LIBERATE MINNESOTA!” on Friday morning. The protest was noisy but mostly civil – save for some profane signs,…

Concordia College hosts Facebook Live series to talk about resources in the community

FARGO-Moorhead – One new live series aims to connect community suppliers with the general public. Concordia College Campus Ministry is hosting Getting Over the Hump to talk about the needs within the community. The online event is a way to educate the community about the resources available all around them. Wednesday’s focus: Hunger and Hunger Relief with Melissa Sobolik from…

23 Charged with Violating Stay-at-Home Order

Violating an emergency order is punishable by up to 90 days in jail.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP)–Twenty-three people have been charged with violating Minnesota’s stay-at-home order aimed at preventing the spread of the coronavirus. In many cases, law enforcement officers added the misdemeanor charge as a secondary offense to another crime. Violating an emergency order is punishable by up to 90 days in jail and a maximum fine of $1,000. Gov. Tim Walz began issuing…

National Guard in Oslo, Minn. to fight flooding

MARSHALL COUNTY, Minn. – Gov. Walz is sending the Minnesota National Guard to Oslo to deal with another round of spring flooding. The guard will assist the Marshall County Sheriff by monitoring dikes and flood protection systems. They will also help if the area needs any evacuations. Oslo and the surrounding region is experiencing flooding that is blocking off many…