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Moorhead Man Reaches Plea Deal In Shooting Death Of West Fargo man

Neil Johnson Admitted Smoking Meth Before Killing Jacob Glover

Neil Johnson & Jacob GloverMOORHEAD, Minn. — A Moorhead man has struck a deal with prosecutors in the death of a West Fargo man who once lived in his garage. 26-year-old Neil Johnson pleaded guilty to second-degree murder without intent. Another charge was dropped as part of the plea deal. Prosecutors say Johnson shot 28 year-old Jacob Glover with a…

Woman Rescued From Collapsed Building Files Lawsuit

Accuses Hultgren Construction And Legacy Developments of Ignoring Warning Signs

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — A woman who survived the collapse of a building in Sioux Falls is suing its developer and construction company. In December 2016, Emily Fodness was sleeping in an apartment when Hultgren Construction removed a load-bearing wall and the building collapsed. Fodness and her parents allege that Hultgren ignored warning signs that the structure was failing. They…

Paul Lucy Named Interim President Of GFMEDC

President Jim Gartin Retired March 15, 2018

FARGO, N.D. — The Greater Fargo Moorhead Economic Development Corporation has an interim president. Paul Lucy has 29 years of experience in economic development. He served as the Director of the Economic Development & Finance Division of the North Dakota Department of Commerce for a decade. The EDC board is continuing to search for a replacement for Jim Gartin who…

Judge Denies Accused Drug Traffickers Release To A Halfway House

Connected To Officer Involved Shooting In January

BISMARCK, N.D. — A federal judge has refused to release a man accused in an alleged drug conspiracy tied to an officer-involved shooting in Bismarck in January. Thirty-two-year-old Juan Nunez faces federal charges allegedly linking him to drug trafficking with a California street gang. He wanted to be released to a halfway house until his May trial. He was initially…

Guilty Plea From Father Who Left Baby Out In The Cold

Mother Admitted The Couple Were High on Drugs

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — The father accused of leaving his infant outside overnight in Sioux Falls has pleaded guilty to child abuse. 39-year-old Ronald Harrison entered the plea to abuse or cruelty to a minor under 7. Harrison and the child’s mother are accused of leaving the baby outside the Faith Family Church for 18 hours in October 2017. The…

Multiple Fatalities After Pedestrian Bridge Collapses In Florida

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue Division Chief Paul Estopinan said at a Thursday afternoon news conference that there were ``multiple victims'' but the number hadn't been determined yet.

Emergency personnel responds to a collapsed pedestrian bridge connecting Florida International University Florida International on Thursday, March 15, 2018 in the Miami area. The brand-new pedestrian bridge collapsed onto a highway crushing at least five vehicles. Several people were seen being loaded into ambulances and authorities said they were searching for people. (Roberto Koltun/The Miami Herald via AP)MIAMI, FL —…

Conference Inspires Women to Be the Best Person They Can Be

The Second Annual Inspire Women's Conference was held Thursday at the Bluestem Amphitheatre

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Women from across the Valley learned how they could get the most from their personal and professional lives at the second annual Inspire Women’s Conference. The conference included speeches and workshops led by four area women, which included topics such as time management and discovering personal passions. The conference also included a networking session, which event organizers…

Nearly $23 Million Lotto America Ticket Sold At Holiday In Roseau

Gas Station Will Get A $10,000 Bonus For Selling The Ticket

ROSEAU, Minn. — Someone who bought a Lotto America lottery ticket in Roseau, Minnesota just got very rich. A winning ticket worth nearly $23 million was sold at Holiday in Roseau. The payout on a cash option for the $22.8 million jackpot is $13.5 million before taxes. The owners of the gas station will receive a $10,000 bonus for selling…

Tim Flakoll Declares Candidacy for Fargo City Commission Race

Former State Senator strives for Fargo to be the "Creative Capitol of the Midwest"

FARGO, N.D. — A familiar face in Fargo politics enters the race for Fargo City Commission. Former State Senator Tim Flakoll intends to run for one of the two seats up for grabs in June’s election. Flakoll represented Fargo in the North Dakota Senate from 1996 to 2016, and served as the State Senate’s Agriculture and Education Committee chair. The Fargo…

Arrest Made In Grand Forks Shooting

Initial investigation indicates there was a fight involving multiple people in two vehicles and that several shots were fired from a small caliber rifle.

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (KFGO) – A Grand Forks man was arrested following a shooting incident near the Grand Forks Sam’s Club on 32nd Avenue South. Police responded around 7 p.m. Wednesday on reports of gunshots. Initial investigation indicates there was a fight involving multiple people in two vehicles and that several shots were fired from a small caliber rifle. Police say…