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Three Vote Difference Leads to Recount in N.D. District 43 House Race

BISMARCK, N.D. (KVRR/AP) — North Dakota’s vote canvassing board has met to certify the results of the November 8 election, including a legislative contest that was close enough to force an automatic recount. In unofficial returns, incumbent Democrat Rep. Zachary Ista defeated fellow Democrat incumbent Mary Adams by three votes in District 43 in Grand Forks County for the second…

Jamestown Man Gets 3 Years For Fatal 2021 Crash

BARNES CO., N.D. (KVRR) — A Jamestown man is sentenced to three years in prison for a fatal crash this summer in Barnes County. Wyatt Staloch had changed his plea to guilty earlier this month in the death of Christina Anderson in July. He was charged with three felony counts of Duty in Accident Involving Death or Personal Injury. During…

Names Released In Suspected Murder-Suicide Near Battle Lake

OTTER TAIL CO., Minn. (KVRR) — Otter Tail County Sheriff’s Office identifies the victims of what is believed to be a murder-suicide as 59-year-old Steven Kern and 58-year-old Susan Kinnunen. Deputies found their bodies in a house in rural Battle Lake a little before 2:30 Monday afternoon. The investigation into the double deaths is still under investigation and the sheriff’s…

Man Changes Pleas to Guilty in 2021 Fargo Workplace Shooting

Anthony Reese Jr.FARGO, N.D. (KFGO/KVRR) — A Moorhead man changes his pleas to guilty in the deadly workplace shooting of two co-workers at a north Fargo business. 36-year-old Anthony Reese shot and killed 43-year-old Richard Pittman and 32-year-old April Carbone on November 17 of last year at Composite America-Melet Plastics. Reese and Pittman got into a work-related argument prior to…

$2.5 million grant given to YWCA Cass Clay from Bezos Day 1 Families Fund

YWCA Cass Clay, the largest emergency shelter for women and children in the region and a supportive housing program for survivors gets a historic grant from an American billionaire.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR)- It’s the largest private gift in the organization’s history. The YWCA has served the community since 1977 and according to their website over the last 30 years they’ve helped out 38,000 women and children. So leaders of the Bezos Day 1 Families Fund sought them out to apply for the funds because of their awesome track record…

3 Bison On FCS Player of the Year Watch

Hunter Luepke, Cody Mauch, and Spencer Waege are all in consideration for Player of the Year Awards

FARGO–  NDSU football concluded their regular season over the weekend. Tuesday morning it was announced that three Bison are in consideration for player of the year awards in the Football Championship Subdivision. Fullback Hunter Luepke and left tackle Cody Mauch are finalists for the Walter Payton Award, presented annually to the top offensive player in the FCS, and Bison defensive…

16th annual Fill the Dome returns to Fargodome

The 16th annual Fill the Dome is back at the Fargodome since COVID-19 forced schools to participate remotely.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Hundreds of students from elementary to high school and local leaders partner with the Great Plains Food bank in the annual Fill the Dome campaign. “This is the first year since, I believe, 2019 we’ve been able to be back in the dome following COVID and just some issues with the flooring here, we haven’t been…

RRVF light show debuts new horse carriage ride

Organizers at the Red River Valley Fairgrounds offer a sneak preview to the holiday light show to some friends, family, and media!

WEST FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – This year features a unique horse carriage ride through the light show. The Horse rides provide an up close and personal experience to the light show, that adds to the festive mood. Rides are available Friday through Sunday, they’re $10 a person and $200 to rent out. Organizers say this years event features more lights,…