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Pro-Life Office Vandalized After Planned Parenthood Prayer Service

Police say the pro-life office was vandalized with messages against Christians and President Trump

  The St. Paul office of an anti-abortion group has been vandalized with spray painted messages against children, Christians and President Trump. Brian Gibson is executive director of Pro-Life Action Ministries. He says a staff member found the messages containing expletives when she arrived at work this morning. One was against President Trump. Another refers to a child as another…

LIVE: Celebrating National Pie Day

National Pie Day is January 23rd

KVRR’s Jackie Kelly goes to Village Inn in Fargo, where they’ve been celebrating National Pie Day. The day falls on January 23rd every year. Jackie talks about what kind of pies are available, and special offers for the celebration. Categories: Community, Morning – In The Community Tags: Pie, Village Inn

Home Intruder Shot And Killed In Rolette County

It Happened In The Early Morning Hours Near Rolla, North Dakota

A home intruder was shot and killed at a house in Rolla. The Rolette County Sheriff’s Office confirms it happened around three o’clock this morning, two miles outside of town. People in the house heard someone trying to break in and the intruder was shot and killed. Authorities say the intruder had a weapon. The shooting is under investigation. Categories:…

Minnesota Republicans Want To Crack Down On Protesters

2017 Legislative Session in St. Paul

Minnesota Republicans are ready to crack down on the protests that have shut down highways and commanded police attention. A pair of GOP-backed bills at the Legislature this year would levy harsher penalties on demonstrators who block highway traffic. It could allow police departments to sue some protesters to help cover enforcement costs. It’s a response to the weeks of…

North Dakota Lawmakers To Talk About Marijuana, Guns and Shopping

2017 Legislative Session in Bismarck

North Dakota’s legislative session is entering its fourth week with lawmakers set to consider a host of bills sure to draw citizens to the Capitol. The measures range from medical marijuana and ethics to gun-carrying and Sunday shopping. Another high-profile measure sponsored by Republican House Majority Leader Al Carlson would make it a crime for adults to wear masks in…

Battling Cancer and States Away, Fargo Rallies Around One of its Own

At 25 years old, Kellen Summers was diagnosed with stage IV cancer; states away, his family and friends back home are doing what they can to lend a hand

A Fargo Native FARGO, N.D. — Many say Fargo is a tight-knit community. Kellen Summers and his wife, Vanessa, grew up in the Fargo area. They met through their love of theater at Fargo South High School, and their relationship remained strong through their graduation from Concordia College. They both established a deep connection to the F-M area, particularly in…

West Fargo Community Gathers for Another Chili Cook-Off

This was the 16th year for the cook-off

WEST FARGO, N.D. — West Fargo challenged the community to see if they had what it takes to make the best chili. Those with empty stomachs filled the West Fargo VFW for the 2017 Best Chili Cook–off, an annual event since 1994, with more than 16 chili recipes brought in for this year’s contest. They even had a trivia game…

Hundreds Gathered for the Women’s March in Fargo

The Women's March on Washington Took Place In Every State, Including Right Here in North Dakota

FARGO, N.D. — The Women’s March on Washington has expanded to all 50 states. Hundreds of people gathered together in downtown Fargo to march for equal rights. The mission statement for every Women’s March reads:  “We stand together, recognizing that defending the most marginalized among us is defending all of us.” “It’s important because when someone’s rights have been intervened…

Local Reaction to President Trump and the Inauguration

The Valley speaks up about how they feel after President Trump has been inaugurated

It’s Inauguration Day, yet it seems the community is treating this day like any other. We stepped out to see how many people took part in a day expected to go down in history, but many of the TV’s were turned off. However, one classroom at NDSU spent the day watching and discussing the importance of Donald Trump entering office….

Proposed Bill in Minnesota Could Help Farmers’ Property Taxes

In a panel discussion held Friday Minnesota representatives met with local farmers to hear concerns and go over a proposed property tax credit

Minnesota farmers have been dealing with rising property taxes over the past ten years. Now, a proposed bill could help alleviate some of those costs. Property taxes for Minnesota farmers have increased by 114% in the last 10 years. Minnesota Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith said a combination of rising property values, demand for school improvements and lowered commodity prices have…