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Walmart, Target, Whole Foods, Trader Joes Produce Items Being Recalled

Mann Packing, which is a leading vegetable supplier based in California, sells their products all across the country, including in supermarkets across the U.S. and Canada

  NATIONAL — Mann Packing is recalling several bags of mixed produce that may have been contaminated with listeria. The company, which is a leading vegetable supplier in California, sells their products all across the country, including in supermarkets across the U.S. and Canada. Mann Packing affects Walmart, Target, Whole Foods and Trader Joes produce, including packaging under Archer Farms…

“Real Men Wear Pink” Donations Help Fund American Cancer Society Breast Cancer Programs

Free Wigs, Cosmetics and Consultations Are Provided To Those Impacted By Breast Cancer

FARGO, ND — October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and KVRR anchor TJ Nelson is helping raise money for the American Cancer Society through the “Real Men Wear Pink” campaign. Earlier this month, we featured the cancer-battle story of Maria Schmidt. She was diagnosed with breast cancer after returning to college to pursue a nursing degree at UND. She beat…

Fargo and Metro COG Look To Improve Busy Route

17th Avenue South Corridor

FARGO, ND — Whether you are walking, driving, biking or using other means of transportation, the community shares the streets and sidewalks every day. People say some of those streets in Fargo need to change. Out on the roadways, bikers and drivers don’t always get along, especially on the 17th Avenue South corridor in Fargo. “This corridor was identified by…

Billboards To Lure Shoppers North

Winnipeg Advertises in North Dakota

FARGO, ND — You may have noticed billboards popping up, telling you to ‘Shop in Winnipeg.’ If you do, you might get more bang for your buck and it’s all because of the exchange rate. Tourism is the third biggest industry in North Dakota, right behind the agriculture and oil industries. Charley Johnson with the F-M Convention & Visitors Bureau…

Fargo Man Hurt After Crashing His SUV Into A Combine

The Crash Happened Saturday Night Near Enderlin

ENDERLIN, ND — A Fargo man was seriously hurt after crashing his SUV into a combine near Enderlin. Highway Patrol officials say 27-year-old Matthew Johnson attempted to pass the combine on state Highway 46 last night around 7:30 when the crash happened. The SUV hit the left rear of the combine forcing it into the ditch. The SUV rolled. The…

Walhalla Man Killed In Drunk Driving Rollover Crash Identified

Crash Happened Just Before Midnight On October 20

CAVALIER COUNTY, ND — A man killed in a drunk driving rollover crash near Walhalla has been identified. The highway patrol says 33-year-old Matthew Webster of Walhalla was a passenger in a truck being driven by 31-year-old Heinrich Fehr. He lost control of the pickup and it rolled, throwing Webster who died at the scene. Fehr, who faces a DUI…

Missing Man Found Safe

Family Became Concerned When They Didn't Hear From Paul Baker For Days

OTTER TAIL COUNTY, Minn. — A man reported missing in Otter Tail County has been found safe. Authorities say 51-year-old Paul Baker was located at a friend’s house and is not in any danger. The Dent, Minnesota man had been last seen on Tuesday. Family members reported him missing when they didn’t hear from him for days. Categories: Local News,…

North Dakota Women’s Network Teaches How to be an Ally to Communities of Color

they taught people about how to handle racism and oppression

FARGO, N.D. — The North Dakota Women’s Network taught people in the metro about racism and oppression to give them with the tools they can use to become allies. In December of 2016, a man tried to forcibly remove a Muslim woman’s hijab on a Southwest flight from Chicago to Albuquerque. People sat by and watched as the man shouted “take…

Vintage Media Up for Sale at the Eighth Annual Record Fair

Records, cassettes, books and CD's ranging in price from $1 to $200 were available

FARGO, N.D. — Since organizers started the Fargo Record Fair eight years ago, they say it’s become bigger than they ever expected. Physical media connoisseurs thumbed through more than 100,000 records to add to their collection.  Cassettes, books and CD’s from $1 to $200 were also available. Organizers say they started the fair because they wanted to bring the Valley’s music…

Boo at the Zoo Breaks Attendance Records

Over 6,000 people attended the annual Halloween event

FARGO, N.D. — The Red River Zoo broke records when more than 6,000 people dressed up for their annual trick-or-treating event. Every single staff member comes together every year to put on Boo at the Zoo.  It offers kids a fun and safe early Halloween celebration.  It wasn’t just kids who got candy though. Even the animals got some special treats. …