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Grand Forks Police Investigating Man Dressed as Bunny Trying to Lure Children

Officers responded to the 800 block of 43rd Street North

GRAND FORKS, ND — Police in Grand Forks are investigating after children reported a man dressed in a bunny costume approached them and tried to get them into his van. Officers responded to the 800 block of 43rd Street North. Two children say they were approached by a man in a white bunny costume who asked them if they wanted…

Minnesota Lawmakers in Middle of Blame Game

Senate Republicans were stalled for the second day because another senator's absence left them without the necessary votes

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Work on a budget for Minnesota is still at a standstill as leaders now continue to point fingers at who is responsible. Gov. Dayton and Republican House and Senate leaders are no longer negotiating while House Speaker Kurt Daudt accuses the governor of attempting to run out the clock. Senate Republicans were stalled for the second…

Defense Attorneys for St. Anthony Officer Want to Act Out Fatal Shooting of Castile

The state may argue against the admissibility of the exhibit

  MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Attorneys for the St. Anthony officer accused of fatally shooting an unarmed black man during a traffic stop say they want to use the victim’s driving record as evidence. Court documents show defense attorneys for Officer Jeronimo Yanez want to use Philando Castile’s driving record as well as his arrest record in the trial for their…

High Risk Sex Offender Living in Hunter

Authorities say he'll be there for two weeks

HUNTER, ND — A high risk sex offender will be living in Hunter, North Dakota for a short period of time. Robert Feyh, 28, is living at 425 2nd Street East. Authorities say he’ll be there for two weeks. When Feyh was 18, he had sexual relations with a 14-year-old girl. He’s a lifetime offender. Categories: Community, Crime, Local News,…

One Person Identified in Fatal Head-On Collision Between Semis Near New Town

The collision happened on the Highway 23 bypass near New Town

NEW TOWN, ND — Authorities identify one of the two semi drivers killed in a fiery crash in northwestern North Dakota. Anthony Gonzales, 29, of Hamilton, Montana was driving a semi hauling crude oil. The state Highway Patrol says the fully-loaded semis collided head-on in Mountrail County early Saturday and caught fire. The collision happened on the Highway 23 bypass…

Affordable Homes May Soon See a Resurgence in Moorhead

Twin homes in Minnesota no longer require the costly instillation of a sprinkler system

MOORHEAD, Minn. — New legislation signed by Governor Dayton means good news for twin homes in Moorhead. It was an issue which some builders say caused them to lose buyers to North Dakota. It’s a change which could save new home buyers in Moorhead up to $10,000. “You take $10,000 off, that might mean the difference between a sale and…

West Fargo Fire Department Adding Full-Time Firefighters

The department plans to have ten more full-time employees on staff by the end of the year

WEST FARGO, ND — Big changes are proposed with the West Fargo Fire Department with the likely addition of full–time firefighters. The decision made by West Fargo city leaders to add full time fire fighters is to improve public safety. “It was partly response time,” said West Fargo Mayor Rich Mattern.  “Sometimes it was a little longer than it really…

Jackie Do My Job: The Fargo Brewing Company

KVRR's Jackie Kelly Learns What it Takes To Be a Brewer at the Fargo Brewing Company

All week long you can see KVRR’s Jackie Kelly do different jobs throughout the area. The third job Jackie learned how to do is brew beer at the Fargo Brewing Company. One of the main tasks she did was extract sugar from the malt. If you have a job you’d like to see Jackie do click this link here. Categories: Business, Community,…

Minnesota Group Says They’re Not Anti-Vaxx, Just Here to Inform

The state health department is encouraging many of the families in the targeted community to get vaccinations for their children

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Measles cases in Minnesota are continuing to rise, especially in the Somali community. The state health department is encouraging many of the families in the targeted community to get vaccinations for their children. But another group is urging them to consider the risks of the vaccine. The Vaccine Safety Council of Minnesota organized a public meeting to…