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Detroit Lakes Level III Sex Offender Back in Custody

Officials already had a plan in place for if Baca ran away

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — A level three sex offender on probation was brought back into custody after police say he cut his ankle bracelet and fled. Authorities say Robert Baca was re-captured just after 5p.m. this afternoon, less than an hour after cutting the bracelet. Officials already had a plan in place for if Baca ran away. Workers with a…

Standing Rock Tribal Chairman Found Guilty of Child Sex Abuse

He was found guilty of four counts of sexual abuse, but found not guilty of physically assaulting the girl

  BISMARCK, N.D. — A Standing Rock Sioux Tribal leader has been found guilty of sexual abuse of a child. Authorities say 54-year-old Robert Fool Bear, who is the Cannon ball District Chairman, repeatedly raped a young girl throughout a four-year time period. He was found guilty of four counts of sexual abuse, but found not guilty of physically assaulting…

Investigators Release Details Behind Spearfish House Fire

Investigators say the children died of smoke inhalation in the fire that happened on April 1st

  SPEARFISH, S.D. — Investigators have released details of a fatal house fire in Spearfish that took the lives of five children. Investigators say the children died of smoke inhalation in the fire that happened on April 1st. They say six-year-old Phibie Moyer, seven-year-old Clinton Johnson, nine-year-old Rhylin Gee, nine-year-old Justice Roden and her 11-year-old sister, Tanlynn Roden, were found…

St. Cloud Case of Loaded AK-47 Rights Violation Dismissed by Federal Judge

The judge ruled the city's law is constitutional

  ST. CLOUD, Minn. — A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a St. Cloud man who says his rights were violated when he was ticketed for carrying a loaded AK-47 as he walked down city streets in 2014. Tyler Gottwalt also filed a lawsuit against three officers of the St. Cloud Police Department, saying he was fined…

Farm Rescue Adds Another State to Its Assistance List

Officials with Farm Rescue say they are offering free-haying and hay-hauling for Nebraska farmers who are facing a crisis

  HORACE, N.D. — A North Dakota-based non-profit that helps farmers and ranchers in need is expanding into their sixth state. Officials with Farm Rescue say they are offering free-haying and hay-hauling for Nebraska farmers who are facing a crisis. The organization, which was founded in 2006, has provided assistance to more than 400 farm families in the Dakotas, Minnesota,…

Minnesota Lawmakers Working for Compromise on Federal Real ID Law

Both sides agree legislation is needed in order to be compliant by the deadline of January 2018

  ST. PAUL, Minn. — House Speaker Kurt Daudt and Gov. Dayton say they are working together to find a compromise on the Real ID problem in the state. This comes after Gov. Dayton said he can’t allow illegal immigrants to get driver’s licenses without legislative approval. Both sides agree legislation is needed in order to be compliant by the…

New Standardized Tests in North Dakota Schools for 2017-2018

State School Superintendent Kirsten Baesler says she has approved new math and English testing

  BISMARCK, N.D. — There will be new standardized tests in North Dakota schools for the 2017-2018 year. State School Superintendent Kirsten Baesler said she has approved new math and English testing. She said the new tests will not be based on the Common Core system but were created by two committees that had more than 70 math and language…

Morning Show Moments

Didn't get a chance to watch every day this week? Here are some highlights you might have missed.

We get it — your mornings are busy, and sometimes you have to run out the door before you can catch all the best moments of your only local news from seven to nine a.m. That’s why we kept an eye out for some of the good stuff you may have missed this week. Here’s a quick peek at some…

West Fargo Man Dead In Moorhead Shooting

28 year old victim has died from his injuries.

A 25 year old Moorhead man is in custody after a deadly shooting overnight. Moorhead police responded to a shooting inside a home at 1813 16 Street South around 8:50 p.m., Thursday night. Police found one man lying in the neighboring driveway. The victim, Jacob Cole Glover, is a 28 year old West Fargo man. He was transported to┬áSanford Hospital…

South Fargo Home Damaged by Fire

Firefighters were able get the flames under control and the fire was out within minutes. KVRR Reporter Nick Broadway reports

  FARGO, N.D. — A south Fargo home is damaged after a late night house fire Thursday night. Fire crews were called to 4110 17th Street South at about 9:15 p.m. for reports of smoke and flames coming from the attic through the roof of the house. Firefighters were able get the flames under control and the fire was out…