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London Attack Called “New Trend” of Terrorism

At least 48 people were injured in the attack, the third to hit Britain in less than three months and occurring days ahead of a snap parliamentary election on Thursday.

LONDON (Reuters) – Three attackers drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge before stabbing revelers nearby on Saturday night, killing at least seven people in what Britain said was the work of Islamist militants engaged in a “new trend” of terrorism. At least 48 people were injured in the attack, the third to hit Britain in less than three…

Volunteers Start Building a Home for an Injured Veteran in Moorhead

Volunteers for Homes for our Troops helped build a house for one veteran in need

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Volunteers in Moorhead are finding a way to give back to people who put their lives at risk. They began building a home for one man who came back a different person. Sacrificing a Saturday morning came easy for one group of volunteers. Especially when it’s for a man who was willing to sacrifice it all. “The…

Health Officials are Promoting HIV Awareness Across the Valley

A public education session was held giving the facts behind HIV

FARGO, N.D. — State health officials said there are misconceptions about HIV, even though the disease has been around for more than 30 years. The North Dakota Department of Health and Family HealthCare held public education sessions to promote HIV awareness. They put up presentations teaching about how to prevent STD’s. After the event, opportunities for a Q&A opened up….

Moorhead Man Who Fought to Keep Home Moves Out for Flood Protection

The house has a long standing history in his family

MOORHEAD, Minn. — A 50 year battle is over for a Fargo man who fought to keep his home along the Red River. Jim Papacek, 72, is moving out after accepting an offer from the city. In 2011, Papacek told KVRR the house’s history is too hard to leave behind. Homes are being removed in that area to build a…

The Ashley Hunter Trial: Guilty on All Counts

Ashley Hunter is found guilty for the murder of Clarence Flowers and Samuel Traut

FARGO, ND — Ashley Hunter has been found guilty in the murders of two Fargo men in 2015. Hunter is also guilty on an arson charge after he attempted to burn down one of the victim’s homes to cover up his crime. In under three hours, the jury found Ashley Hunter guilty of killing Clarence Flowers and Samuel Traut in…

Judge Grants Restraining Order for Wetterlings, Blocking Release of Case Documents

Investigators say the file contains more than 100,000 pages of documents

ST. JOSEPH, Minn. — Patty and Jerry Wetterling have been granted a temporary restraining order in keeping documents of┬átheir son’s 27-year-old missing person case private. The Wetterlings say they want the information on Jacob’s case to remain private and not be released to the public. The documents were scheduled to be released Monday but a judge granted the restraining order…

Bond Set for Naytahwaush Man Accused of Shooting Two People

A judge set his bond at $100,000

MAHNOMEN COUNTY, Minn. — Bond is set for the Naytahwaush man accused in the shooting of two people. Andrew Boswell, 22, is charged with second degree assault. A judge set his bond at $100,000. He is accused of shooting a 21-year-old Minneapolis man and a 23-year-old female from Naytahwaush. The victims are in stable condition. Boswell will be back in…

Salvation Army, Sandy’s Donuts and the Fargo Theatre Team Up for National Donut Day

Some of the earliest recipes had nuts crammed into the center of the dough...that's where the name came from

FARGO, ND — It’s National Donut Day and local groups are making sure rescue workers in the F-M area know how much they are appreciated. The Salvation Army teamed up with Sandy’s Donuts and gave out free coffee and donuts at the Fargo Theatre to law enforcement, firefighters, veterans and emergency responders. The Salvation Army started the donut giveaway 18…

Gate City Bank Helping the Hungry with Great Plains Food Bank

CHS started the annual donation drive in 2011

FARGO, ND — The Great Plains Food Bank receives a donation of nearly $112,000. Local units of CHS, a global agriculture supply company, wraps up its “Harvest for Hunger” campaign. The organization collects donations for 20 days in the month of March through a variety of fundraisers. Different branches throughout the nation participate in the campaign. CHS started the annual…

Harley Davidson Hopes to Make Ryder, North Dakota First Fully Licensed Town in the Country

The company's goal is create opportunities for new riders to gain insight from experienced riders

  RYDER, ND — Harley Davidson is hitting the road and going to Ryder, North Dakota with the goal of creating the first fully motorcycle licensed town in the country. The company is hoping to find people in the community from a variety of generations and teach them the basics of motorcycle riding. The company’s goal is create opportunities for…