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LIVE: Pet Connection: Meet Bones

Give a dog a bone, and a brand-new home he's more than earned.

If you’re looking for a friend to wake up with every morning who reminds you how lucky we all are to be here together, you can’t do better than to bring Bones into your life. He’s considered the “go-to” dog for all public events for 4 Luv of Dog rescue, said founder Kish Mackin, because his happy-go-lucky, calm, sociable personality…

One Fatality in Fargo Fire on 12th Street North

1/1 Show Caption Hide Caption FARGO, ND — Fargo Fire confirms there is one fatality in a apartment fire Thursday morning. Fargo Firefighters are working to control an active fire at 417 12th Street North at this hour. It has been called in as at least a 2 alarm fire. It is best to avoid that area right now. We…

Farmers Gather at Red River Valley Fairgrounds for Auction

About 300 Sellers and 750 Bidders Made Their Way to the Auction

WEST FARGO, N.D. —  If you’ve been in the market for new farming equipment, you’re in luck. AgIron is back in town. “We have three a year and July, this is our biggest one,” said Steffers West Fargo Manager Corina Carroll. As one of the largest consignment auctions in North Dakota, the event gathers sellers, bidders and even just spectators….

Minnesota’s Hands-Free Law Goes Into Effect Thursday

The Fine for Breaking the Law Will be a Minimum of $50

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Minnesota’s law to curb distracted driving goes into effect in just a few short hours. The entire state goes hands–free on Thursday, meaning drivers will no longer be able to hold their cell phones or GPS devices in hand at any point. You can still use your phone while driving, but only by voice commands. Minnesota…

Minor Injury after Helicopter Crash in Fessenden, ND

The helicopter, a 2007 Robinson R44, was spraying waterways by Highway 52.

FESSENDEN, ND — A pilot suffered minor injuries after a helicopter crash south of Fessenden, North Dakota. The North Dakota Highway Patrol reports around 8:30 a.m. on Wednesday they responded to a crash 4.5 miles south of Fessenden along Highway 52. The helicopter, a 2007 Robinson R44, was spraying waterways by Highway 52. When the pilot attempted to go under…

Sanford Makes History with First Robotic-Assisted Spinal Surgery in North Dakota

The new technology is much less invasive

FARGO, N.D. — Nine years ago, Darrel Raftevold got a spinal fusion surgery. The operation was successful, “But the only problem was they had to cut into the muscles. And I had a hard time, well, there was pain, let’s put it that way,” said Raftevold. Fast forward a few years, and Darrel’s back pain persisted. He could hardly sit,…

Sandy’s Donuts Pairs with PATH to Support Local Families and Kids

The Donut Shop is Donating 10 percent of its Proceeds from the Day to the Charity

FARGO, N.D. — It’s okay to let yourself indulge in a sweet treat for once. After all, it’s for charity. Sandy’s Donuts is pairing with PATH to support local families. Both of its locations in West Fargo and Fargo are donating 10 percent of their proceeds from the day to the charity. PATH focuses on individualized support for children, crisis…

KVRR Travels to “Town of the Year” Ellendale, North Dakota

KVRR's Rob Kupec & Danielle Church visit Ellendale for the day

ELLENDALE, ND — KVRR Chief Meteorologist Rob Kupec along with reporter Danielle Church are in Ellendale for our “Town of the Year” celebration. There’s plenty of history here in Ellendale and 101-year-old John Wheelihan has lived through most of it. He served in World War II from 1941 to 1945, flying all kinds of warplanes. He was a second lieutenant…

Former Grand Forks County Prosecutor Confirmed As Federal Judge In North Dakota

The Senate voted 68-22 Tuesday to select Peter Welte to fill the vacancy left by former U.S. District Court Judge Ralph Erickson.

WASHINGTON, DC – An attorney and former Grand Forks County prosecutor has been confirmed by the U.S. Senate to serve as a federal judge in North Dakota. The Senate voted 68-22 Tuesday to select Peter Welte to fill the vacancy left by former U.S. District Court Judge Ralph Erickson, who was confirmed last year to serve on the 8th U.S….

Sodbuster Statue Will Return To Downtown Fargo

Scott Bishop, a land designer hired by the city and has been working on plans for about a year.

FARGO, N.D. (KFGO) – Fargo city leaders have taken another step for the first phase of the new Fargo Civic Plaza, approving the hiring of a design manager for the project and the design of what’s called the “Sodbuster Landscape.” The Sodbuster is a famous sculpture that stood for nearly 40-years at Broadway and Main in downtown Fargo and is…