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Fargo Reacts to the Death of Carrie Fisher

With the newest Star Wars films still fresh in our minds, we take a look at what the late Carrie Fisher meant to those in the community

FARGO, N.D. After suffering a heart attack on Friday, Carrie Fisher has passed away at the age of 60. Star Wars fans across the galaxy are mourning the loss of their Princess Leia and the Red River Valley is no exception. Hearing the news that Carrie Fisher had passed away was hard for any die–hard Star Wars fan. Some even…

Police Looking for Car After Crash with Train

A dark colored Grand Prix took off after being struck by a train in Moorhead

MOORHEAD, Minn. Moorhead police are looking for a vehicle after it crashed into a train and took off. Police say they’re looking for information on a dark colored four door Grand Prix with heavy damage to its right rear corner panel. They say the vehicle was hit at the intersection of 20th Street and Main Avenue around 6 pm after…

Roads May be Open; NDDOT, MNDOT Still Urge Caution

Some roads are still covered with ice in areas and travelers are asked to drive with caution in North Dakota and Minnesota

The North Dakota Department of Transportation has reopened all major roadways and has lifted the no travel advisories throughout the state but road officials still want you to drive with caution when it comes to venturing out. This includes I-94 between Dickinson and Jamestown. Authorities lifted no travel advisories for the Devils Lake, Jamestown, Valley City and Grand Forks areas. Minot…

Giving Back and Getting Back: Salvation Army Christmas Eve Meal

An over 20-year-long tradition continues to grow and spread joy.

FARGO, N.D. For more than 20 years, Community Presbyterian Church of West Fargo and the Salvation Army have hosted a special Christmas Eve meal for those in need in the area. Christmas Eve is a busy time at the Salvation Army’s location downtown. Each year, they feed around 170 people. At 80–years–old, Marvin L. Snyder has been homeless for much…

Dispute Leads to Alleged Christmas Eve Murder

One man is in jail and another dead after an early morning dispute at a Fargo home.

FARGO, N.D. In the early hours of this morning, a tragedy unfolded in a Fargo neighborhood. A domestic dispute ending in the alleged murder of a 26–year–old Fargo man. Police responded to a call at this home at about 4:20 am. When they arrived, they found two men and a woman. One of the men had suffered a stab wound…

Local Museum Transforms Into Holiday Market

MOORHEAD, Minn. The Rourke Art Museum transformed its setup from general art into a holiday market exhibit. With Christmas just days away, local artists have the opportunity to make the season of gift giving a little bit easier. The holiday market included greeting cards, wood engravings and even Santa and elf portraits. “Just seeing what the artists have brought in. …

Moorhead Ice Skating Rinks Open

Get ready for some fun on the ice!

MOORHEAD, Minn. Fargo outdoor skating rinks opened yesterday, but now it’s Moorhead’s turn. It’s the first day open for eight outdoor rinks and adjoining warming houses in Moorhead. Unfortunately, it was a bit too warm for the ice to be in pristine condition, but that didn’t deter everyone from coming out and having some fun. “Yeah, I don’t know I…

Last Minute Holiday Rush Brings Crowds to Businesses Big and Small

Each year present procrastinators flood the isles to finish holiday shopping... this year is no exception to the rule.

FARGO, N.D. With only two days left until Christmas, you’d think most people would have their gifts all squared away. The crowds at businesses around town make it clear that’s not the case for every one. “Well you know we got most of our stuff but my son had a few last minute things we needed to get and of…

Emergency Food Pantry Is Running Out Of Food

Donations Can Be Dropped Off At 1101 4th Avenue North In Fargo

The Emergency Food Pantry serving Cass and Clay Counties is feeling the “pinch.” The executive director says the panty is seeing record demand for help. In the first 10 months of the year, they served more people than all of 2015. As a result, the pantry’s food supplies have dwindled. Food and monetary donations are needed to cover needs the…

Head of Air Force Talks Drones in Grand Forks

Grand Forks is going into uncharted territory in UAS research.

GRAND FORKS, N.D. The Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force made a stop in Grand Forks to talk about the ground–breaking drone research going on in the city. “I do believe that there are areas that you’re looking at that are going to have applications across the commercial, civil, private, military aviation business,” says US Air Force…