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Hawley Takes First Place in Regional Science Olympiad

MSUM held a day of science competitions between middle and high school students

Science teams from Hawley and Moorhead snagged the top two spots at the 2017 Science Olympiad at MSUM. Hawley took home first place with Moorhead coming in second. Teams from all over Minnesota come to compete. The Olympiad focuses on scientific challenges including invasive species, robotic arms and astronomy. The teams have been training for months to gear up for…

Fargo Police Make Arrests in January Stabbing

Van Loh and Thiel, both from Wahpeton, are suspects in the stabbing on January 21st

  Police say they have arrested two people who are connected to a stabbing in downtown Fargo on January 21st. Chi Lyn Vanloh, 41 and 31-year-old Michael Thiel, both from Wahpeton, are charged with aggravated assault for a stabbing that happened on the 600 block of NP Avenue. Police say officers made a traffic stop on a vehicle that matched…

Armed and Dangerous Suspect Identified

The suspect is identified as 23-year-old Daniel Michael TwoHearts.

Law enforcement officers are looking for your help finding an armed and dangerous suspect who fired on a North Dakota state trooper during a police chase last night, then stole a car with a baby in it to get away. The suspect is identified as 23-year-old Daniel Michael TwoHearts. TwoHearts fired three shots from a 9 mm handgun. Three passengers…

LIVE: Drekker Brewing Wins Gold Medal At National Beer Competition

"Milk Maiden" chocolate milk stout wins top prize in chocolate beer category

KVRR’s Adam Ladwig talks to Mark Bjornstad, co-owner of Drekker Brewing, about the brewery’s award-winning beer. “Milk Maiden” chocolate milk stout won the gold medal at the Best of Craft Beer Awards in Bend, Oregon the last weekend in January, in the chocolate beer category. Yes, there is a chocolate beer category. The seasonal beer is available only until the…

Arrest Made After Suspicious Device Brought Into Downtown Hospital

Fargo police arrest one person after the bomb squad is called to Sanford Hospital in downtown Fargo.

Fargo police arrest one person after the bomb squad is called to Sanford Hospital in downtown Fargo. The incident happened around 10:30 p.m., Thursday night. Police say they were dealing with an individual when the bomb squad was called out. Sanford Hospital released the following statement. We were notified at 8 p.m. an individual was brought into our emergency center who was in possession…

Lynnette’s Story: Surviving a Heart Attack She Didn’t Know She Was Having

Lynnette went through the whole weekend without realizing she was having a heart attack.

The Go Red for Women luncheon in Fargo highlights a local heart attack survivor. We heard from someone who didn’t even realize she was at risk. “I loved taking care of the patients, I loved the families, I loved the adrenaline rush that you’d get working in the critical care,” said Lynnette Anderson, who lives in Page. “I took care…

YWCA Preps to Open Renovated Shelter

After a pipe burst causing extensive damage the YWCA in Fargo is nearly ready to get back to normal operations

The YWCA is just one day away from reopening their Fargo shelter after the building closed due to damage from a burst pipe. The YWCA’s Fargo shelter has been closed for about six weeks. “We had residents’ rooms destroyed, the stairwell ceiling collapsed,” said Communications Coordinator for the YWCA, Anne Slette. In the early morning hours of December 20th, officials…

Hundreds Rally Against Potential Refugee Restrictions

The Fargo Civic Center was packed people opposed to a house bill

Hundreds spent the afternoon rallying in protest of a proposed house bill which has the potential to ban refugees in North Dakota communities. Lawmakers say the bill is not set up to be against refugees, but rather to let communities decide how many they are capable of hosting. They’re calling it Operation Wake-Up Call. After two days of planning, hundreds…

Fargo Holiday Inn Celebrates a Grand Re-Opening

The hotel just finished a 12-month remodeling project

The Fargo Holiday Inn celebrated its grand reopening with the public. The hotel just finished a multi–million dollar renovation that included a new entrance, restaurant and convention space. The Chamber of Commerce is also holding a “Business After Hours” networking event after the ribbon cutting ceremony. The hotel hopes the new look will improve the guest experience and draw in…

Fargo’s First Go Red for Women Luncheon

More than 100 women gathered proudly for Fargo's first ever Go Red Luncheon.

At least one in three women live with some form of heart disease. People are ready to see that number go down. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for women. What many people don’t know is that about 80% of cardiovascular diseases is preventable. The American Heart Association held Fargo’s first ever Go Red For Women Luncheon. This…