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One Person Hurt in Alleged Robbery, Assault at Grand Forks Denny’s

Police say the suspect is a six foot tall black man wearing a brown and orange shirt

  GRAND FORKS, ND — Police in Grand Forks say a victim is hurt after an assault and robbery at Denny’s. Officers were called to the parking lot at about 2:25 this morning for reports of a fight, but when they arrived, no one was there. Then at 4:50 a.m., they were called to Altru Hospital where a victim was…

More Female Hunters Applying for Licenses in Minnesota

Reports show about 70,000 of Minnesota's 550,000 hunters are women, up from the 55,000 female hunters in 2010

  MINNESOTA — Minnesota DNR officials say despite the declining overall number of hunters, more women are taking on the sport. Reports show about 70,000 of Minnesota’s 550,000 hunters are women, up from the 55,000 female hunters in 2010. Linda Bylander with the DNR says this is largely because more and more women want to use wild game meat as…

Fargo Public School District Gives Itself a Report Card

The "State of the Schools" address details how the district is performing and dealing with consistent growth

FARGO, ND — It’s that time of year again for the Fargo Public School District to give itself a report card. The State of the Schools addressed how they’re dealing with consistent growth while continuing to face social challenges. Since the district’s operations facility opened in July, superintendent Dr. Jeff Schatz said his schools are more efficient than ever. But…

Olympic Aquatic Center in West Fargo Prepares for Opening

The pool used for Olympic trials in 2016 was moved from Omaha all the way to West Fargo

FARGO, ND — A swimming pool used in the 2016 Olympic trials is getting ready to open in West Fargo. The Hulbert Aquatic Center, attached to the south end of L.E. Berger Elementary, will be used for open swim and competitions. They were pouring in concrete earlier this year. Now they’re pouring in water. “They transported it up here and…

Sanford Health HealthCare Accessories Hosts Costume Contest for Kids

Parents said this is a great way to celebrate Halloween without facing the usual negative stigmas

FARGO, ND — Several monsters, characters and superheroes competed in a costume contest for physically challenged children. The annual Halloween Costume Party at Sanford Health HealthCare Accessories was attended by hundreds of families. Kids marched in a costume parade, enjoyed snacks and spent time surrounded by people who understand their disability. A mother told us when she takes her son…

Arrests Made in Fargo Drive-By Shooting

Oscar Kayee, 26 YOA, residing in West Fargo, and Ryan N. Kitch, 21 YOA, with no permanent address were arrested for Conspiracy to Commit Robbery and Conspiracy to Commit Attempted Murder, both class A felonies.

1/2 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/2 Show Caption Hide Caption FARGO, ND — Fargo Police make an arrest in a weekend “drive-by shooting”. Officers were called to the area near 1500 East Gateway Circle South Sunday afternoon. Two vehicles were involved, a white passenger car and a red sports utility vehicle. Officers interviewed witnesses at the scene and recovered two spent handgun casings. Eventually, the…

“Trunk-Or-Treat” Offers a More Accessible Halloween Celebration

The event offers a safe trick-or-treating venue for all kids and families

FARGO, ND — Not all families are able to take part in the typical night of trick-or-treating. It’s why hundreds of families stopped by a parking lot in costume for a more accessible Halloween celebration. It’s that time of year for favorite superheroes, monsters and having fun. But many parents said the usual door-to-door trick-or-treating has its challenges for disabled…

UND Professor Quits, Saying His DAPL Seminars were Rejected

University officials said they had a lot of respect for journalism professor Mark Trahant

GRAND FORKS, ND — A journalism professor with the University Of North Dakota quit his job after his seminars on the Dakota Access Pipeline protest were rejected. Mark Trahant said he was put in charge of a lecture series and drafted two DAPL seminars which the school shot down. For the seminars, he wanted to speak with reporters who visited…

Moorhead Public Schools Gives Themselves a Report Card

The "State of the District" shows how they're performing and sets goals for the future

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Leaders of the Moorhead Public School district are giving themselves a report card. Data shows the district has seen steady growth in student enrollment since 2008 with a projected average of two to three percent in growth every year. They are the largest employer in Moorhead with 997 employees with 500 of them being teachers. One of…

Community Starts Online Fundraiser After Arthur’s Barn is Destroyed by Fire

The celebrated venue holds decades of memories from dances to concerts

ARTHUR, ND — An iconic venue for dances and concerts in rural Cass County has burned to the ground. Arthur’s Barn, formerly known as Johnson’s barn, is considered a total loss. Flames engulfed a popular destination filled with memories of good times just after 1:30 this afternoon. “It’s just really sad,” said Dawn Moore who lives near the barn. “Part…