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Fargo-Moorhead Comic-Con Returns To The Red River Valley To Celebrate Comics And Pop Culture

Kids rocked the runway dressed as their favorite characters.

FARGO, N.D.- This is the first year Jora is attending Comic-Con and participating in the costume contest. “It’s fun to see so many people dressed up in cool cosplays and see stuff that you wouldn’t be able to buy in stores like art, that’s kind of hard to see in person,” says Jora, who’s participating in the Costume Contest. Jora…

Girl Scouts Begin Cookie Selling Season

The Fargo Moorhead Office Already Has Thousands Of Packages Ready To Sell.

FARGO, N.D. — Thousands of packages of cookies stored inside the warehouse are being loaded up into cars to be sold by the Girl Scouts. “So excited, it’s always a fun time, the girls are so excited to get out there. So happy that we have a lot nicer weather for opener cookie weekend but just get to really see…

Former ND State Senator Collects Over 500 Books For Inmate Book Drive

Flakoll Says He's Gotten Books From 10 States

FARGO, N.D. — Former North Dakota State Senator Tim Flakoll is getting some massive help in his book drive for inmates in the Cass County Jail. North Dakota Congressman Kelly Armstrong donated 22 books from the Library Of Congress to help Flakoll’s goal of giving inmates a helping hand through education. Adding the total too over 500 books. Flakoll says…

Grand Forks Mayor Gives State Of The City Address

The Mayor covered topics like: The 2020 census, UND and the spring flooding.

GRAND FORKS, N.D.- Mayor Michael Brown says there’s no place like Grand Forks. “Grand Forks is where, literally, the sky is not the limit. And we act confidently and competently to reach new opportunities,” Mayor Brown says. He says the city’s mission is to protect and serve. And this will be no exception once the spring flood comes. “I assure…

Fargo School Board Reaches Agreement With FEA Over Teacher Contracts

One highlight of the agreement is to include safety training for teachers.

FARGO, N.D – The negotiations started more than a year ago and after going back and forth, they were able to settle on a two-year contract. Teachers will also be able to use leave from a leave bank, rather than having to use it from personal leave, if they are injured by a student. Another key point in the agreement…

Police Notify Public of High Risk Sex Offender Living in Fargo

High-risk offenders lifetime registrants and verified every 30 days.

FARGO, N.D.–The Fargo Police Department has released information about a high-risk sex offender living in Fargo. Alexander Michael Emmons is living at 734 College Street North. Emmons was convicted of gross sexual imposition in Stutsman County in 2014. High-risk offenders lifetime registrants and verified every 30 days. Information about high-risk sex offenders in Fargo can be found here. Categories: Crime,…

Suspect Leads Authorities on High Speed Chase Through two Counties

The Clay County Sheriff's Department has not released the driver's identity yet.

BARNESVILLE, Minn.–Two police departments and two sheriff’s offices were involved in a high speed chase on Friday. At approximately 1:12 p.m. the Clay County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a vehicle pursuit happening on I-94 from Ottertail County. The Fergus Falls Police Department and Ottertail County Sheriff’s Office were pursuing the vehicle that was stolen from a possible carjacking. The…

Recent West Fargo Fire Determined to be Accidental

Fire crews were able to quickly put the fire out due to the hydrants being cleared of snow.

WEST FARGO, N.D.–The West Fargo Fire Department has determined the cause of a fire that occurred on February 14 was accidental. It was determined that a child was playing with a lighter and accidentally started the fire that quickly engulfed a second floor bedroom. Fire crews were able to quickly put the fire out due to the hydrants being cleared…

Suspect in Custody for Stabbing Two people in Bismarck

Authorities say LaPointe knew the victims.

BISMARCK, N.D.–Police say a suspect is in custody following an assault in Bismarck that left two people with serious injuries. Sgt. Cody Berger said officers responded to a home about 1 a.m. Friday where two people had been stabbed. They were taken to the hospital with serious, but non-life threatening injuries. Police set up a perimeter in the neighborhood to…

LIVE: Comic-Con to the Rescue

It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... a bigger and better place to score all things comics than ever before in the metro!

Comic-Con is here to save the day. Maybe even the whole weekend. Starting Saturday, the comics convention celebrates ten years in the Fargo metro area. In that time, organizers say, it’s gone from a small venue for the niche of devoted comics fans, to a major draw for families in the region. That’s in part due to the mainstream appeal…