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Hundreds of Families Turn Out for Thanksgiving Celebration at West Fargo Church

It's a tradition going back at least three decades

WEST FARGO, ND — Hundreds of families didn’t have to worry about cooking, cleaning or buying food for their Thanksgiving meal thanks to a West Fargo church. It’s a tradition going back at least three decades. “I have been doing it for 33 years,” said Steve Perreault, who is the Thanksgiving dinner coordinator. “We have fun. It’s a fun thing….

One Arrested in Case of Runaway Fargo Teen

Her disappearance wasn't made public until 9 o'clock last night

  FARGO, ND — A family has something to be thankful for this year after officers found a teen this afternoon who had been reported missing and one person has been arrested. Police say 13-year-old Carlyse Ditch was reported missing at about 7:30 Wednesday morning. Her disappearance wasn’t made public until 9 o’clock last night. She was last seen by…

The Long Road Back: KMSP Fox 9 Reporter Talks Recovery After a Devastating Boating Accident and Why She Says it’s Not All About Her

She has spent the past couple of months recovering and learning to live "a new normal." KMSP Fox 9's Amy Hockert has Courtney Godfrey's comeback story

MINNEAPOLIS (KMSP) — A Twin Cities reporter suffered a traumatic injury in a boating accident over the summer. She has spent the past couple of months recovering and learning to live “a new normal.” KMSP Fox 9’s Amy Hockert has Courtney Godfrey’s comeback story. If you’re a regular viewer of Fox 9, then you may have noticed a member of the…

Minnesota Nurses Association Considering Action Against Essentia Health for Firing Nurses Over Flu Shots

Health care workers are not required by state law to get the flu vaccine, but hospital officials say it all comes down to patient safety. KMSP Fox 9's Maury Glover has more from Duluth

DULUTH, Minn. — The Minnesota Nurses Association says they are filing grievances after nurses with Essentia Health were fired after they did not get their flu shot by the hospital’s deadline. Health care workers are not required by state law to get the flu vaccine, but hospital officials say it all comes down to patient safety. “Minnesota Nurses Association is…

West Fargo PD Leaders Get Reviewed: Janke Expands the Department

In his first 100 days, Chief Heith Janke is restructuring the leadership workflow and adding new positions

WEST FARGO, ND — Leaders of the West Fargo Police Department were anonymously reviewed by employees. This about four months after Police Chief Heith Janke replaced former Chief Mike Reitan who was under fire for creating a hostile work environment. In a request for more sergeants from the city of West Fargo, Chief Janke outlined the department’s faults. “We set…

Days After Oil Spill, Construction Approved for TransCanada’s Keystone XL Pipeline

After nine years, two presidential orders and dozens of lawsuits, the pipeline is being built. Fox News reporter, Mike Tobin, has more.

NEBRASKA — The Keystone pipeline is finally approved for construction by Nebraska regulators, but it comes just days after a devastating oil spill. After nine years, two presidential orders and dozens of lawsuits, TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline has finally cleared its last regulatory challenge with Public Service Commissioners in Nebraska voting to approve the pipeline’s route through their state. Some…

Charles Manson, One of the Most Notorious U.S. Criminals, Dead at 83

"You might say I'm kinda like Satan," Manson said in one of his many interviews. Fox News reporter Casey Stegall has the story.

NATIONAL — Charles Manson is dead at 83-years-old after spending four decades in prison. The notorious 1960s cult-leader died Sunday of natural causes and left behind a troubling history of violence and murder. “You might say I’m kinda like Satan,” Manson said in one of his many interviews. His name, Charles Milles Scott Manson, is synonymous with pure evil. He’s…

Junkyard Brewing Company Expands Westward for Another Taproom

The new expansion will be occupied by both the brewery and their next door neighbor

MOORHEAD, Minn. — A popular brewery in Moorhead is expanding its business. Junkyard Brewing Company is adding to the west side of their building to make way for a new taproom. The back of the expansion will give more studio space to their neighboring business, First Avenue Productions. The owners, who started out in a much smaller space in 2012,…

Barnesville Pulls Together to Help Molly Greiff

While undergoing physical therapy in Colorado, friends in her hometown come together to help

BARNESVILLE, Minn. — A small town is helping a family in need after a freak accident changed a young woman’s life. Parents said Molly Greiff, a 25-year-old from Barnesville, is still in rehab after breaking her back on October 15th. She’s known for her high spirits and hard work ethic. “Molly’s very energetic,” explained her father, Adrian Greiff. “She likes…

Jamestown’s Long Time City Administrator Is Retiring…Who Will Be Next?

City officials are set to interview three candidates on November 20th

  JAMESTOWN, ND — A nationwide search is narrowed down to three candidates to replace Jamestown’s long–time city administrator, Jeff Fuchs. Fuchs announced his retirement in July after serving the city for more than 40 years. City officials are set to interview three candidates on November 20th: They are Sarah Helleckson, a solid waste coordinator from Plymouth, Aaron Mitchell, finance…