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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…

Baker Garden & Gift Offers Carnivorous Plant Workshops

Participants will have the chance to plant their very own carnivorous plant terrariums to take home

FARGO– Beginning in late September, Baker Garden & Gift will offer “Bakers Little Shop of Horrors” plant workshops. This fall workshop will teach participants the proper care for carnivorous plants, where they are found in the wild, and the conditions they thrive in. Participants will have the chance to plant their very own carnivorous plant terrariums to take home. “What’s…

LIVE: Pet Connection: Meet Boots

You can bet your boots he's a lot of fun.

As charming as the cartoon character was named for, Boots — or Puss in Boots, as most of us know the Spanish-accented character from the “Shrek” movies — visited the KVRR Morning Show studios for a live chat with the Morning Show’s Emily Welker and Diamond in the Ruff volunteer Ryan Keel. Boots is a roughly five-month-old kitten found wandering…

Police Officers Serve Up Smiles at Applebee’s to Support Special Olympics

The "Tip a Cop" event raises funds for Special Olympics of North Dakota

FARGO, N.D. — Police officers from various different departments set up shop inside Applebee’s locations across Fargo and West Fargo to collect donations from customers for Special Olympics of North Dakota. The officers went around from table to table to hand out donation forms to patrons, and also had some time to get to know some of the members of the…

Walking in Their Shoes: United Way of Cass-Clay Hosts Poverty Simulation

Participants took on roles of people who were afflicted with poverty in their lives

FARGO, N.D. — Several community members took part in a simulation to understand the effects of poverty firsthand. United Way of Cass–Clay divided people at Microsoft in Fargo into several groups to act out family roles in a poverty simulation. The groups went through four fifteen–minute intervals meant to illustrate what people go through if they are living on a tight…

A Leap Towards Unity: New American Consortium Starts New Peace Initiative

The Initiative for Peace and Conflict Prevention looks to bring the community together

FARGO, N.D. — After coming to the metro from Liberia 14 years ago, Christian Harris recognizes the importance of learning the English language for New Americans. “You have to be eloquent in the English language to get your message across, and so it’s important for everyone who comes to the country to be able to speak well so they can be…

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…

Bennett Elementary Hosts Second Annual Walk-A-Thon for School’s PTA

478 kindergarten through fifth grade students ran, walked, and jogged in the event

FARGO– Kindergarten through fifth grade students at Bennett Elementary are fundraising for their school’s Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) and getting some exercise while they’re at it. 478 students ran, walked, and jogged in Bennett’s second annual Walk-A-Thon. Each student collects donations that will go toward school and classroom items. Students participated in the event during their normal gym and music class…

Opening Statements In William Hoehn Trial

William Hoehn charged with helping to kill Savanna Greywind, who was eight months pregnant when she was killed in August 2017.

FARGO, ND – A prosecutor says a man accused in the death of a Fargo woman who bled to death when her baby was cut from her womb helped finish the crime. William Hoehn charged with helping to kill Savanna Greywind, who was eight months pregnant when she was killed in August 2017. Hoehn’s girlfriend, Brooke Crews, pleaded guilty in…

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…