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Funeral Services Held for Former Napoleon Officer

City officials are not commenting while the investigation continues

DEVILS LAKE, ND — Funeral services were held today in Devils Lake for a former officer who took his own life. Nathan Weber was terminated by the Napoleon City Council in February along with Police Chief James Waldo. Both men decided to sue the city. But on April 26, the 31-year-old Weber took his own life. His mother wrote on…

GOP Continues Budget Planning, Despite Gov. Dayton’s Veto Threats

A health care budget also seeks to abolish MNsure by 2019

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Minnesota’s Republican Legislature isn’t backing down from Gov. Dayton’s veto threats as lawmakers finalize their budget offer. The Legislature started piecing together budget bills Monday as legislative leaders prepared to head into negotiations with the Democratic governor. The environmental funding bill would delay Dayton’s initiative requiring buffers between cropland and waterways until 2019. Dayton has vowed…

Dunseith Man Dies After Rollover Crash

The road was washed out and closed north of the intersection with 92nd Street

  ROLETTE COUNTY, ND — A Dunseith man is dead after crashing his car on a closed road. North Dakota Highway Patrol says the 56-year-old man was driving around 8 o’clock last night about 5 miles northeast of Dunseith. He was northbound on 35th Avenue Northeast. The road was washed out and closed north of the intersection with 92nd Street….

Casselton Man Arrested for Drugs, Child Endangerment

They seized approximately a half pound of marijuana, multiple pieces of drug paraphernalia, marijuana edibles and around $4,000 cash

Adam Eberhardt 33-year-old Adam Eberhardt was arrested after a search of his house EBERHARDT 4 Edible drug food items allegedly found in Eberhardt’s possession EBERHARDT 3 Edible drug food items allegedly found in Eberhardt’s possession EBERHARDT 2 Edible drug food items allegedly found in Eberhardt’s possession CASSELTON, ND — A man faces multiple drug charges after being arrested Monday morning in…

Unglued Brings Sweet Surprise To Downtown Fargo

We're celebrating National Small Business Week with a sweet surprise from Unglued.

It’s a special kind of talent to identify a niche need in a community, build a product, and present it in a way that attracts customers and helps the local economy thrive. But that’s what small business owners around the country do every day, and that’s why the KVRR Morning Show is celebrating Small Business Week. Emily Welker sat down…

People Take to the Streets Across the Nation for May Day Action Marches


NATIONAL — Thousands are marching all over the country for immigrant and worker rights. From cities like Los Angeles, Seattle…Milwaukee to Washington, people marched in support of worker rights and labor unions. They also addressed national issues like the Dakota Access pipeline. Several hundred demonstrators gathered on May Day at DuPont Circle to celebrate International Worker’s Day. The protesters went to…

Motorcyclists Face More Dangers Than They May Realize

Experts share motorcycle riding tips to keep the community safe

FARGO, ND., — As the weather warms up, more motorcycles are out on the highways. “I don’t care who you are, what you ride or how good you ride,” said Marg Hohnadel, who is a certified riding coach with Abate. “Every person that rides a motorcycle has room for improvement.” After a long winter of being cooped up inside, riders…

Paddlefish Fishing Seasons Kicks Off..But How Long Will it Last?

The paddlefish season doesn't always last the entire month that it's scheduled

WILLISTON, ND — The paddlefish season begins. It’s scheduled to continue through the end of the month, but it doesn’t always make it that far. Before you travel or maybe if you’re just staying local, there are a few things officials want you to consider. “Paddlefish snagging season opens today,” said Doug Leier, a biologist with the North Dakota Game…

Spring Cleaning Has Hit the F-M Area

Cleanup Week 2017 Kicked Off Monday in the F-M Area

FARGO-MOORHEAD — Couches, bikes and tables are just some of the items you can find on the side of the road around the F–M area. Cleanup Week gives people the opportunity to dispose of items free of charge. Some scavengers take to the streets looking for scrap metal to sell. But Cleanup Week isn’t just about finding something that you can sell….

Author Shares Inspiration Behind Book Based On WWII

A local group hosted a lecture featuring a author

FARGO, ND — People at the Holiday Inn in Fargo traveled back in time to a secret world filled with spies. Denise Kiernan, author of “Girls of Atomic City”, shared the inspiration behind her book about young women during World War II. This was the final presentation of a series of lectures hosted by Fargo Town Hall, a group that…