Community

Sioux Falls Teen Charged with Murder in Drug Deal Double-Cross

Police say three minors in the car stole some marijuana during a drug deal and were chased by a pickup

  SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Police say a drug deal involving teens led to a fatal crash in Sioux Falls. Kareem Cisse, 15, was killed when the car in which he was a passenger slammed into a tree Wednesday. Police say three minors in the car stole some marijuana during a drug deal and were chased by a pickup driven…

Shelter Me: A Dog’s Journey To A New Home

What Does It Take To Heal A Dog Physically And Mentally Before They're Ready To Be Adopted?

For some dogs, it could be the end of the road Classical music greets the dogs at 4 Luv of Dog rescue in Moorhead, a calming influence during what can be a stressful time for these dogs. The 100% volunteer-run shelter takes in around 450 dogs a year from area pounds and owners who surrender pets — dogs whose lives…

Pet Connection: Meet Sugar and Shasta

They go together like peas and carrots.

Sugar and Shasta are a bonded pair who stopped by KVRR with Homeward Animal Shelter worker Heather Klefstad for a live in-studio interview with Emily Welker about looking for a forever home for this sugar-and-spice pair of pooches. Shasta is a Papillon-Dachsund cross and Sugar is a terrier. The ladies are three and a half years old were surrendered to…

Fargo Police Set the Record Straight on State’s Good Samaritan Law

The law gives immunity to fellow drug users to encourage them to call for help during a drug overdose

FARGO, N.D. — Details of a drug arrest from May of last year have raised questions about North Dakota’s Good Samaritan Law. Fargo Police Chief Dave Todd took to Facebook to clear up the confusion. Authorities want to remind the public that saving someone’s life is their top priority. North Dakota’s Good Samaritan Law is designed to help authorities save…

NDSU Holds Vigil in Remembrance of All Students

A candlelight vigil was held for all students who have passed away in the academic year

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU is mourning the loss of the students killed in a car crash earlier this month. Friends and family were invited to speak out in honor of Danie Thomsenn and Carson Roney. “I dug my son’s grave with the help of my father and my brother and his boys and a couple other friends,” said the father…

The “Pied Piper” Returns to the Daytona 500…Right Here on KVRR

He has been out of the spotlight since July of 2016 after being diagnosed with "concussion-like symptoms" but was cleared by doctors to race by the 2017 season

  NATIONAL — Dale Earnhardt Jr. has missed the last 18 races of his career but he says he’ll be back in the driver’s seat for the racing season opener. Earnhardt, who is known as the Pied Piper of Daytona, says he will race in the Daytona 500. He has been out of the spotlight since July of 2016 after…

President Trump to Revoke Transgender Bathroom Guidelines Set Up by Obama Administration

The order must come from the education and justice departments and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos told President Trump she was uncomfortable with the reversal

  WASHINGTON D.C. — President Trump said he plans to revoke federal guidelines put in place by the Obama Administration on allowing Transgender students to use the bathroom of their choice in public schools. But not all people in the Trump Administration seem completely on board. The order must come from the education and justice departments and according to a CNN…

Minnesota One Step Closer to Legalizing Liquor Sales on Sundays

The Senate Commerce Committee approved the bill on a 7-4 vote

  ST. PAUL, Minn. — A Minnesota Senate committee has moved the state one step closer to legalizing Sunday liquor sales. The Senate Commerce Committee approved the bill on a 7-4 vote. The House overwhelmingly passed it earlier this week. It’s an historic turn in the long struggle by many to repeal the decades-old law. The bill still must pass…

Craig Cobb Buys Property in Barnes County

Craig Cobb Now the Co-Owner of the Former Nome Zion Evangelical Free Church

  NOME, N.D. — A self-proclaimed white supremacist is now the co–owner of property in Nome. Craig Cobb is listed as the co–owner of the former Nome Zion Evangelical Free Church. The building is currently abandoned and sits within the city limits. A deed was filed on Tuesday. When talking to people who live in Valley City, they said they were fearful and mad that…