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Two Arrested for Selling Drugs in the Grand Forks Area

He was arrested after the Pine-to-Prairie Drug Task force followed 35-year-old Travis Larocque to Hudson's apartment in Grand Forks

Craig Hudson, 27 (L), Travis Larocque, 35 (R)  GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Two men are accused of selling drugs in the Grand Forks area. Craig Hudson, 27, appeared in court on two felony drug charges. He is also facing two drug misdemeanors. He was arrested after the Pine-to-Prairie Drug Task force followed 35-year-old Travis Larocque to Hudson’s apartment in Grand…

Man Survives Crash Near Foxhome, Found 10 Hours Later

He wasn't discovered by a passerby until 8:30 this morning

  WILKIN COUNTY, Minn. — A man who spent more than 10 hours in the wreckage of his pickup is hospitalized in Breckenridge. The Wilkin County Sheriff says the victim’s pickup rolled on a county road 10 miles south of Foxhome around 10 o’clock last night. He wasn’t discovered by a passerby until 8:30 this morning. The man is in…

Information Released on Fargo Man Hit by Train

The conductor said it appeared the man saw the train coming but did not move out of the way in time

  FARGO, N.D. — Fargo police identify the man killed after a Burlington Northern Santa Fe train struck him Tuesday morning. They say 39 year old Kyle Kubousek of Fargo was hit by a westbound train shortly before 4 a.m. Tuesday in the 4100 block of Main Avenue. The conductor said it appeared the man saw the train coming but did…

UPDATE: Woman Pulled from Moorhead Apartment Fire Has Died

The woman, whose name has not been released, was taken to Sanford Medical Center where she succumbed to her injuries

MOORHEAD, Minn. — A Moorhead woman has died after she was pulled from her burning apartment. The woman, whose name has not been released, was taken to Sanford Medical Center where she succumbed to her injuries. Firefighters were called to the 800 block of 24th Avenue South in Moorhead just after 10:30 this morning. Most of the fire and smoke…

Funds from Sale of Officer Moszer’s Commemorative Coin to Help Family, Friends Go to Washington D.C.

Coins can be purchased at KVRR Studios, 4015 9th Avenue South, for a minimum donation of $15.00 a piece.

  FARGO, N.D. — A new coin commemorates the service of Fargo Police Officer Jason Moszer. The North Dakota Fraternal Order of Police is behind the minting of the coin. Proceeds will be used to send Moszer’s family and friends to Washington, D.C. where his name will be etched on the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. A ceremony will be…

The Opioid Epidemic: How to Get and Use Narcan

Save A Life With Naloxone, the Anti-Heroin Drug -- Now Available Without a Doctor's Prescription

Almost no demographic group has been spared the scourge of opiate and heroin addiction that’s claiming lives all across the country and here at home in North Dakota and Minnesota. But now, North Dakota is fighting back, with a unique approach to getting Narcan, otherwise called naloxone, an antidote that can save lives in the event of an overdose. North…

Minnesota Mom Fighting to Change Law that Set Her Son’s Killer Free

On February 7th, 2003, Sweats left her 3-year-old son, Cameron in the care of a family friend, Samuel Christopher Jones while she went to work

  MINNESOTA — A Minnesota mom is fighting to change the law when it comes to sentencing guidelines when someone kills a child. Cynthia Sweats said when it comes to punishing someone for killing a child, the state is much too lenient. Samuel Christopher Jones On February 7th, 2003, Sweats left her 3-year-old son, Cameron in the care of a family friend,…

Hawthorne Neighborhood Speaks Out on Controversial Building Project

Opponents say the new townhomes are not a fit inside the historic Hawthorne neighborhood

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo City Commissioners approved a zoning change to allow a new row of townhomes to be built in the Hawthorne neighborhood. The new housing project is controversial and not everyone agrees that the new housing units fit in with the historic feel of the neighborhood. Developers got the go-ahead to construct new housing units on a vacant…

Building of Wellness Center Might Mean Sales Tax Increase for People of Casselton

The town is voting on a sales tax increase to help fund an expansion of the community center

CASSELTON, N.D. — Casselton could see a new wellness center in the future, but it comes with a price. People will be voting on a sales tax increase to fund the project. “We’re voting to extend our sales tax from one percent to two percent,” said Casselton Mayor Lee Anderson. “Having that one percent would throw a wrench into a lot…

City of Fargo Acquires Home Needed for Flood Protection Plan in Rose Creek

The house at 4122 17th Street South has been acquired by eminent domain to build a higher flood wall near Rose Creek in South Fargo

FARGO, N.D. — The City of Fargo is moving forward with its flood protection plans with an acquisition in the Rose Creek neighborhood. The house at 4122 17th Street South has been acquired by eminent domain to build a higher flood wall near Rose Creek in South Fargo. The purchase is not a part of the flood diversion project in…