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West Fargo Man Charged in Assault

Tyner fled the area with the woman's cash and phone and was later located at Walmart on 13th Avenue South

  WEST FARGO, N.D. — A West Fargo man faces a long list of charges after assaulting a woman this morning. Police say 27-year-old Tyriek Tyner attacked the woman around 9:45 in the 1400 block of 14th Avenue East. Tyner fled the area with the woman’s cash and phone and was later located at Walmart on 13th Avenue South. He…

NDSU Fandom on Full Display at the Spring Football Game

Fans are excited to see their team play during the intrasquad scrimmage

FARGO, N.D. — Bison football is back in action at the Fargodome for their first Spring Game. The Fargodome was covered in green and gold as Bison fans poured in for the 2017 Spring Game.  After a long winter without football, fans say it’s great to see their boys back on the field. “I’m just excited to see how the…

ShredFest Helps Hundreds Protect their Identity

A free shredding event was held for the community to get rid of personal information on any documents

FARGO, N.D. — AARP officials say someone’s identity is stolen every two seconds.  They want to make sure it doesn’t happen to you. AARP and the North Dakota Bankers Association offered free shredding for people in the Valley. Iron Mountain set up a truck in a West Acres Mall parking lot to shred documents onsite. People brought personal documents and…

Home Design TV Stars in Fargo for Eco Design Conference

Homeowners in the area got some new decorating ideas from the experts

FARGO, N.D. — Home décor lovers around the Valley got a chance to meet with the experts at the Eco Design Conference. The conference was an all-day event with exclusive shopping opportunities and back-to-back seminars. Attendees got a behind the scenes look at remodeling tips for their homes with national and local celebrity keynote speakers. Ree Drummond, Maria Rosak, Grain Designs…

The Red River Zoo Celebrates Earth Day

A party was held at the red river zoo with all Earth Day activities

FARGO, N.D. — Hundreds celebrate Earth Day with animals from around the planet at a zoo party. The Red River Zoo hosted Party for the Planet.  Their goal was to bring awareness to the zoo’s conservation efforts with do it yourself ecology projects and other environment friendly lessons. Several activities were set up for kids to learn how they can…

Prince Day: State of Minnesota Celebrates the Life of a Hometown Legend

But Throughout the Twin Cities, the weekend-long celebration is proving to be not exclusive to Minnesotans

MINNESOTA — Governor Dayton officially made April 21st Prince Day, a year after the well renowned music legend passed away from a fentanyl overdose. Throughout the Twin Cities, the weekend-long celebration is proving to be not exclusive to Minnesotans. “Are we ready to celebrate?” The celebration of this thing called life…one year after losing a man widely hailed as a…

Planapalooza Hoping to Take West Fargo into the Future

Planapalooza is a weeklong event to citizen input on what they would like to change in the city of West Fargo

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Planapalooza is hoping to help the city of West Fargo transform into an all new and improved West Fargo 2.0. As people, we’re constantly working on becoming the best version of ourselves, which doesn’t happen overnight. The city of West Fargo and the West Fargo Park District are hosting Planapalooza, hoping to do just that for…

Sanford Introduces New Facility’s Helipad

The AirMed team tested their first helicopter landing

FARGO, N.D. — Another exciting ‘first’ kicks off at Sanford’s new hospital. Sanford’s AirMed team began its first test landings and approaches at the new facility’s helipad. Sanford AirMed is an ambulance service that provides medical transport for critically ill or injured patients. They have a 40 year history and have flown more than 70,000 patients. Team members say they’re…

No Charges Filed After Williston Toddler Shoots Himself with Gun Left on Counter

The shooting happened in December of last year at a rural Williston home

  WILLISTON, N.D. — Authorities in Williams County say they are not pressing charges after a toddler shot himself in the head. The shooting happened in December of last year at a rural Williston home. Authorities said three-year-old Colvin Broome shot himself after he flipped over a laundry basket to get to a gun that was left on the bathroom…

Spearfish Fire Investigators: Exact Cause of Fatal Fire Unknown

Investigators say the exact cause can't be determined

  SPEARFISH, S.D. — It’s been 20 days since five children died in a house fire in Spearfish and investigators said they may never know how the blaze started. Fire officials said the fire started in a corner of the house’s porch where a metal trash can was being used to collect ash and hot coals from a fireplace, however…