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Price-Gouging in Minnesota: Make A Report

The state is cracking down on eighty-dollar toilet paper. Here's how you can report.

Minnesota’s Attorney General wants to hear from you this morning about price gouging on toilet paper and other goods sold at inflated prices during the coronavirus crisis. MN AG Keith Ellison tweeted out Tuesday out he’s getting reports of ninety-dollar toilet paper. He says his office responded to 150 complaints of price gouging last week and as many since then….

Man Stabbed In Grand Forks Attack

Victim Suffered Apparent Non-Life Threatening

A man is hospitalized after a stabbing in Grand Forks. Police responded to a reported robbery in progress at 8:40 Tuesday night on the 800 block of North 51st Street. Police say a 29-year-old man was stabbed several times in the thigh when he was walking to his parents’ home. The victim went to the hospital with injuries that don’t…

Incident Command Center prepares Sanford Health to handle Coronavirus pandemic

The center connect nurses, doctors and hospital experts in order to create the best plans for managing the COVID-19 situation

FARGO, N.D. — There is a confernce room inside Sanford hospital that has become much busier than usual. The incident command center has brought together a team of nurses, doctors and experts in safety, communication and hospital operations to deal with COVID-19. “We utilize the incident command center to help coordinate our people, our supplies, our operations, giving our staff…

COVID-19 By The Numbers For March 24, 2020

New Cases Reported In North Dakota, South Dakota & Minnesota

FARGO, N.D. — Cass County has two new confirmed cases of the coronavirus, bringing the official total to three. They include a man in his 70’s and a man in his 90’s. Both cases are under investigation for how they got the virus. Two other cases are being reported in Dunn and Burleigh counties. The Dunn case is a man…

Fargo Mayor Mahoney Says His Level of Concern About A Major Flood Has Dropped

Mahoney says the melt has been near-perfect

FARGO, N.D. — The risk of significant flooding in Fargo-Moorhead has all but disappeared. Mayor Tim Mahoney says the melt has been near-perfect and his level of concern has dropped. He say’s Fargo will probably hit a lower crest of 34 to 35 feet around April 1. Mahoney says although it will be a major flood over 30 feet, he…

You Can Defer Student Loans For 6 Months At Bank of North Dakota

The interest rate for variable rate borrowers is also decreasing April 1

BISMARCK, N.D. — Good news for people who have student loans through the Bank of North Dakota. You can defer your payments for six months due to the coronavirus pandemic. “As you know we’re fortunate to be the only state in America that has its own bank,” said Gov. Doug Burgum. “And one of the things that that bank does…

Six-Year-Old Girl Receives A Special Delivery On Her Birthday

Cora woke up to a dozen donuts at her doorstep.

MOORHEAD, Minn.- Because of people quarantining and social distancing, Cora Kloeckner wasn’t able to have a birthday party surrounded by friends and family. Her parents knew of her love for Sandy’s Donuts and wanted to do something special for her. Cora woke up to a dozen donuts at her doorstep. She says she was surprised when she opened the door…

Unemployment applications spike in Minnesota

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Minnesota is seeing a large jump in unemployment applications. In the last week more than 149,400 people are seeking help. The most cases are in the food preparation and service industry. More than 48,000 of those workers applied for unemployment. The largest age group applying are people 22 to 29 with 32-thousand applications. “The closures have…