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Fargo Man Sentenced for Sexually Assaulting Co-Worker

Michael Truelove is guilty of sexual assault, terrorizing, aggravated assault and interfering with an emergency call

  A Fargo man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for sexually assaulting a woman at his apartment in 2015. Michael Truelove, 25,  was found guilty last September of four counts: gross sexual imposition, terrorizing, aggravated assault and interfering with an emergency call. He was convicted of sexually assaulting a female co-worker. Police say Truelove emerged from the…

UND Hosts Seventh Annual Interfaith Week

Panalists, students and faculty discuss head wrapping, a cultural trend taking place all over the world

UND is hosting its 7th annual Interfaith Week in an effort to increase cultural awareness and an environment of educational interest. Spiritual luncheons, discussions and events have been taking place since Saturday, starting with the ‘Values of Buddhist Tradition’. A spiritual wrapping luncheon took place today where panelists discussed the importance of head wrapping, which is a cultural trend taking…

Willmar Man’s Wife Detained After Immigration Ban

Farhan Anshur's wife and children were detained in Washington D.C. after President Trump's new immigration ban

  A Minnesota man has a message of unity after his wife was detained for a short time under President Donald Trump’s new immigration ban. Farhan Anshur arrived at MSP International with his wife and two kids last night. His wife and kids had been living in Kenya for several years, after fleeing Somalia. But Saturday, when they landed in…

NDSU, UND International Students Advised Not to Travel

International students are being asked not even to consider traveling to Canada.

  Both UND and NDSU have cautioned their international students not to travel due to the immigration order. NDSU late last week emailed students from the seven countries included in the executive order, urging them to meet with an adviser if they have plans to travel outside the U.S. The email says, “most likely, it will be recommended you do…

Stabbing Investigation in Moorhead

Moorhead police are investigating a stabbing on the north side of the city Saturday night.

MOORHEAD (KFGO) – Moorhead police are investigating a stabbing on the north side of the city Saturday night. It happened at the Mobile Manor Trailer Court at 15th Avenue and 11th Street. The victim received multiple strab wounds. A condition is not available. Police say there’s been no arrest and there is no threat to the public. Categories: Crime, Local…

KVRR’s Weekend Crew Takes on the Cardboard Sled Race

Three members of KVRR's weekend staff duke it out on the slopes

FARGO, N.D. — It’s the race of the century. Three members of KVRR’s Weekend Crew took to the hills in their very own structurally sound cardboard sleds. Competitor One: Nick “Potato Man” Broadway, Weekend Anchor and Multi-Media Journalist. Competitor Two: Jason “The Action” Cerjak, Weekend Meteorologist and Reporter. Competitor Three: Jake “Stofers” Stofan, Multi-Media Journalist on weekdays and weekends. Competitor Four:…

No Fish Caught Again at the Frosty Bobber Winter Carnival

After being revitalized last year the East Grand Forks Community event is back again

EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn. — Fargo isn’t the only city in the valley throwing a winter celebration this weekend. The Frosty Bobber Winter Carnival began back in the 1990’s and after a few years on hiatus, the Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals brought it back last year. The event has cardboard sledding, a chili feed and carriage rides, but their…

Sneak Peek at the Frostival Ice Sculptures

There's a wide range of creative projects coming together at the Hjemkomst Center

FARGO, N.D. — The second annual F–M Frostival kicked off Friday, but before the celebration began snow carvers were hard at work getting their sculptures in shape. Outside of the Hjemkomst Center among various piles of snow, a variety of artistic forms were taking shape. Some are abstract, others practical like an Igloo. The pieces of frosted art are being…

National Weather Service Says Spring Flooding is Likely in the F-M Area

The National Weather Service is predicting a 50% chance the Red River could hit major flood stage in Fargo-Moorhead

FARGO, N.D. — Spring flooding throughout the Red River Valley is likely this year. The National Weather Service released their first flooding forecast of the year. “It doesn’t necessarily mean it’s going to be a major flood, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s going to be above 30 feet,” said KVRR Meteorologist, Jason Cerjak. “Basically, it says there’s a 50 percent…