North Dakota News

Two Organizations Team Up To Provide School Supplies To Local Kids

The school supplies will help kids from K through 12 grade.

FARGO, N.D. – It’s a tradition not even COVID-19 could stop Emma Fritel from continuing. “This is one of my favorite days. It’s really fun to do, and I don’t know, I just love it,” says 12-year old Emma Fritel. Every year, the kids from Wiggles and Giggles raise funds to support the United Way of Cass and Clay School Supply…

North Dakota Man Fined $74,000 For Poaching Trophy Mule Deer Buck

surveillance at the site caught Cody Davis four months later when he returned to retrieve the severed head

NEW MEXICO — An Arnegard, North Dakota man is ordered to pay $74,000 in restitution for poaching a trophy mule deer buck in northwestern New Mexico. Game and Fish says Cody Davis killed the animal out of season and didn’t have a license. The investigation started in 2015 when game officers found a large headless buck. They put up surveillance…

Organization Wants To Start Alternative Baseball In FM Metro

The organization is looking for volunteers, coaches and players to be apart of the team.

GEORGIA — Alternative Baseball is a program based in Georgia that started in 2016. Founder Taylor Duncan says he was denied opportunities to play the sport he loved due to misconceptions about having Autism. So, Duncan created a space free of judgement for teens and adults to play baseball as well as gain physical and social skills. The organization is…

Fargo Public Schools Is Waiting On Guidance From The State To Reopen

The first day of classes for Fargo Public Schools is scheduled for August 27th

FARGO, N.D.-  We talked with Superintendent Dr. Rupak Gandhi who  stopped by the annual lemonade stand and school supply drive. When asked about his thoughts on the comments made by President Donald Trump saying he may withhold funds, Dr. Gandhi said he would rather keep the focus on the event. We also asked him how close he is to deciding…

Grand Forks Public Health to hold COVID-19 testing event July 15

Grand Forks Public Health's goal is to test 1,600 people.

GRAND FORKS, N.D.–Grand Forks Public Health is holding a drive through COVID-19 testing event at the Alerus Center on July 15. Grand Forks Emergency Management, the North Dakota Department of Health and the North Dakota National Guard will assist with the event. Testing is open to the anyone ages five and up, and anyone who previously tested negative is invited…

North Dakota surpasses 4,000 positive COVID-19 cases Thursday

CASS COUNTY, N.D.–The North Dakota Department of Health reports 99 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday. Nineteen counties report new cases including Benson, Burleigh, Cass, Cavalier, Dickey, Dunn, Grand Forks, McKenzie, Morton, Mountrail, Pembina, Ransom, Richland, Sioux, Stark, Stutsman, Walsh, Ward and Williams Counties. Cass County reports the most new cases with 29 and Burleigh County the second most with 23….

Six people arrested following multiple incidents at south Fargo residence

1/4 Anatael Deristile Show Caption Hide Caption 2/4 Jarvis Teair Williams Show Caption Hide Caption 3/4 Macmason Demarco Terrel Baker Show Caption Hide Caption 4/4 Tarron Lashon Spragging Show Caption Hide Caption FARGO, N.D.–Four adults and two juveniles were arrested after threatening to shoot someone in south Fargo Wednesday night. The Fargo Police Department responded to an apartment in the…

Finalists For West Fargo Police Chief Talk Police Reform & Diversity

Police reform and diversity have become a priority in many conversations.

WEST FARGO, N.D. – Interim Chief Jerry Boyer and Montana State University-Billings Police Chief Denis Otterness got the chance to hear the community voice their concerns. Some of the questions included Having more diversity in law enforcement, police reform and even their talking about their favorite hobbies. Police reform and diversity have become a priority in many conversations between city…

Fargo man faces federal charges for alleged actions during civil unrest

Errick Steven Toa is alleged to have incited violence by obstructing law enforcement and impeding on commerce

FARGO, N.D. — A Fargo man is facing federal charges for his alleged actions during the May 30th civil unrest in downtown Fargo. Errick Steven Toa is being charged with one felony offense because there is probable cause to believe he committed civil disorder. It is alleged that Toa unlawfully obstructed law enforcement and impeded on commerce. During the May…