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Glacial Peak Cryotherapy Is Offering A Week Long Polar Plunge To Benefit Special Olympics North Dakota

FARGO, ND — If you’ve always wanted to try the polar plunge, but don’t want to get wet, you may enjoy it cryo-style! Glacial Peak Cryotherapy in West Fargo is having a Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics North Dakota. You can register a team of three or more all this week for the plunge on February 17th. Groups are…

Three More Native American Tribes Join Opioid Lawsuit

Allegations include deceptive marketing and fraud

  REGIONAL — Three more Native American tribes in the Dakotas are suing opioid manufacturers and distributors. The tribes allege that they concealed and minimized the addiction risk of prescription drugs. The Rosebud Sioux Tribe, Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe and the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate sued 24 opioid industry groups in federal court on Monday. The lawsuit follows more than 70…

Water Main Break Floods Section of University Drive

Traffic was detoured in the area for much of the day while repairs were made

1/4 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/4 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/4 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/4 Show Caption Hide Caption FARGO, ND — A large water main break in Fargo early this morning created quite a mess. Water from the break on 7th Avenue North near the intersection with University Drive poured onto University and flooded the underpass with up…

Santa Village at Rheault Farm Turns Out Big Season of Giving

Visitors donated nearly $4,000 in cash, 6,200 pounds of non-perishable food items and more than 900 new and gently used toys

  FARGO, ND — People really got into the season of giving at the 31st annual Santa Village at Rheault Farm. More than 15,000 visitors stopped by to have some holiday fun between November 26 and December 23. Visitors donated nearly $4,000 in cash, 6,200 pounds of non-perishable food items and more than 900 new and gently used toys. The…

Fish House Catches Fires During Tow on I-29

The cause of the fire wasn't clear

  GALCHUTT, ND — No injuries were reported when a fish house caught fire while being towed on I-29. The Richland County Sheriff’s Office says the blaze happened early Saturday. The Horace man towing the fish house noticed the smoke, pulled over at the Galchutt exit, about 30 miles south of Fargo, and disconnected the building from his pickup. The…

Money Talks: New Year In Numbers

2018 is looking good to stay the course.

2018 is off to a rollicking start and the outlook is good in terms of the financial forecast. The first few days of the New Year have kept pace with the performance standards set by 2017, which bodes well for what comes next. But with markets on the upswing, does that mean you’ve missed out on the opportunities to invest…

Water Main Break Slows Morning Commute

North University Drive at 7th Avenue has re-opened to traffic after a large water main break.

FARGO (KFGO) – North University Drive at 7th Avenue has re-opened to traffic after a large water main break. The break caused quite a mess this morning. Water from the break on 7th Avenue North near the intersection with University Drive has poured onto University Drive and flooded the University Drive underpass with up to 3 feet of water making it…

Stopping the Increase of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

The Native American community in Fargo lost one of their own this year and many other women are stilling missing throughout North Dakota

FARGO, ND — The Native American community in Fargo lost one of their own this year and many other women are stilling missing throughout North Dakota. The community is trying to stop the increase of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. The rate of violent crime for Native Americans is twice the national average. “It’s really happening right here in Fargo….

Bison Championship Merchandise Now Available at the NDSU Bookstore

You can find all of the items being offered online and the store will be filled by the end of the week

FARGO, ND — The Bison football team is back in Fargo after their big win in Texas, but that hasn’t stopped fans from repping their green and gold. The NDSU bookstore works closely with vendors in the area and has been preparing production of championship merchandise since days before the game. The minute the Bison won, production started and their…

New Year, Same Germs: Doctors Seeing More Flu Cases After the Holidays

Doctors Are Seeing Patients Pour in With Flu Symptoms Through the Fargo-Moorhead Area

FARGO, ND — Many people look forward to the holidays, but spending time with loved ones could be getting you sick. Doctors say the holidays can always play a factor in the number of flu cases because there are larger numbers of people gathered together in one space. That means people are exposed to more germs, then go home and…