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Minnesota universities mandate masks to curb COVID-19

MINNEAPOLIS – Public colleges and universities in Minnesota will be requiring masks to be worn on campuses to help stop the spread of COVID-19. The University of Minnesota is requiring that all students, employees and visitors at its five campuses wear masks indoors starting Tuesday, regardless of their vaccination status. The Minnesota State public college system says mask mandates will…

Trial begins for man charged with killing four in Mandan

MANDAN, N.D. – More than two years after four employees of a North Dakota property management firm were killed, the man charged in their deaths is going on trial. Chad Isaak is a chiropractor and Navy veteran who lived in a trailer home run by the company.  Company officials say they had few interactions with Isaak and have no idea about…

Three people, including 2 children, killed in fiery crash

GLEN ULLIN, N.D. – Three people have died in a fiery interstate crash west of Bismarck. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says a 32-year-old woman and two children, a boy and a girl, were killed Sunday when their vehicle veered off of Interstate 94 near Glen Ullin, entered the median, then vaulted down to railroad tracks below the interstate bridge….

Toddler killed, 5 others hurt in crash, driver arrested

BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. – The Minnesota State Patrol says an arrest has been made following a Twin Cities crash that killed a toddler and injured five others. According to the patrol, an SUV hit a barrier on a bridge, flipped over some fencing and landed on Interstate 94 below in Brooklyn Center about 2:30 a.m. Sunday. Authorities say alcohol was…

Pipeline would pump river water across North Dakota

BISMARCK, N.D. – North Dakota officials are promoting a decades-long idea of pumping Missouri River water across the state to central and eastern North Dakota to combat future drought conditions. A groundbreaking is planned Tuesday near Carrington to mark the start of pipeline construction for the Red River Valley Water Supply Project. It’s a more than $1 billion project that…

Former MSUM Softball Players Speak Out About Former Coach

Former players state claims of verbal and emotional abuse while under her leadership

MOORHEAD, Minn. (KVRR)  — “It’s just something that started off weird because i never had been treated like that before,” said Ashley McCance. This tweet made by Lexie Kennedy, a former softball player at MSUM, gives a different insight to why former softball coach Amanda Reckamp resigned from her position. “At the end of my season along with a couple…

Fatal OHV Crash On North Dakota State Fairgrounds

MINOT, N.D. — The North Dakota State Fair in Minot ends with a tragic fatal crash on the fairgrounds. The driver of an off highway vehicle swerved and struck a parked vehicle in the parking lot Sunday morning around 12:40. The male driver and female passenger were both thrown from the OHV and the driver died. The passenger has serious,…

Ladies Day at the Horse Park

FARGO, ND (KVRR) — Sunday was Ladies Day at the North Dakota Horse Park for the races. Women were welcomed to wear their finest derby hats and received free admission to the races. Many showed up with their colorful attributions and were able to enjoy a nice day watching horses. Ladies were also able to enter contests with their hats….