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Mayo Clinic Completes First Successful Face Transplant

The patient lost most of his jaw, nose and flesh below his eyes after he shot himself in the face 10 years ago

ROCHESTER, Minn. — It’s a first for the Mayo Clinic and it’s given a Wyoming man a new outlook on life. It took a team of nine surgeons 57 hours to successfully complete the hospital’s first face transplant. The patient lost most of his jaw, nose and flesh below his eyes after he shot himself in the face 10 years…

LIVE: Science You Can Do At Home

Concordia Chemistry Professor Dr. Graeme Wyllie Shows Us Fun Science Experiments You Can Do At Home

Dr. Graeme Wyllie from Concordia College and Concordia student Robin Fettig show us a simple science experiment you can do right at home. All you need is a small dish, milk, food coloring and dish soap. Dr. Wyllie also shows up an explosive experiment you probably shouldn’t do at home. But it’s fun! Categories: Community, Local News, Morning – In…

‘Coffee With Cramer’ Boils Over

Hundreds filled Beans Coffee House for Congressmen Cramer's first town hall style meeting in Fargo since Trump took office

FARGO, N.D. — A contentious “Coffee With Cramer” event in Fargo. North Dakota Republican Congressmen Kevin Cramer faced many frustrated people who have questions about the nation’s future. “Make wall street accountable. We’ve had the worst recession in 50 years,” yelled one frustrated woman. “That’s the reason we have so many people on food stamps,” exclaimed another man in the…

A New Ridesharing Service Threatens Local Taxi Companies

Lyft, a competitor to Uber, launched in three North Dakota cities.

FARGO, N.D. — A new ridesharing service is now available in Fargo and Grand Forks. Lyft is Uber’s competitor and also allows someone to request a ride by using a smartphone app. Fargo, Grand Forks and Bismarck are three of 54 new cities now available to Lyft users. With another ridesharing service available to the public, traditional taxi companies are…

Fargodome Preps for the Home and Garden Show

The Fargodome Prepares For Their 56th Annual Red River Valley Home and Garden show

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargodome is setting up for the 56th annual Red River Valley Home and Garden show, which kicks off Friday. The three-day event will exhibit all things home and garden, including building, remodeling, interior design, and different home products. Along with different displays, there will be workshop classes, a treasure hunt for kids and a beer walk…

NDSU Students Mentor Eighth Grade Teens on Engineering

NDSU Hosts Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day for Eighth Graders in the F-M Area

FARGO, N.D. — Eighth grade girls in the F–M area learned that they are capable of pursuing an engineer career. “‘Introduce a Girl to Engineering’ is for eighth grade girls of Fargo–Moorhead Schools to come to us and we do activities with them to expose them to engineering and show them what it’s about,” said Jordyn Johnson, a mechanical engineering student…

Coffee with Cramer Event Gets Heated

People raised concerns about losing Medicaid, the President's cabinet choices and funding for Planned Parenthood

FARGO, N.D. — A contentious “Coffee With Cramer” event. North Dakota Congressmen Kevin Cramer faced people who have questions about the nation’s future. It was Cramer’s first town hall style meeting in Fargo since President Trump took office. The coffee shop was packed with people shoulder to shoulder and there were people who couldn’t even get inside. We spoke with…

Fargo City Employee Under Investigation for Facebook Post

The comments were posted by the employee during off hours

  FARGO, N.D. — A Fargo city employee is under investigation after posting personal comments about the DAPL protesters on a local news station’s Facebook page. A city spokesman did not identify the employee. The comments were posted by the employee during off hours. The spokesman says it is important that the public is aware the comments do not reflect…

Gov. Dayton Proposes Plan for Monitoring Vikings’ Stadium

Chairwoman Michele Kelm-Helgen and executive director Ted Mondale resigned on the same day

  ST. PAUL, Minn. — Gov. Dayton is tapping a former Minnesota Supreme Court chief justice to lead the state’s embattled oversight agency of the Minnesota Vikings’ stadium. Dayton has named Kathleen Blatz as interim chairwoman of the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority. It follows a massive leadership shakeup at the authority last week. Chairwoman Michele Kelm-Helgen and executive director Ted…