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North Dakota Drones Can Now Fly "Out of Sight"

North Dakota becomes the first state to operate drones that go out of sight. Senator John Hoeven says the FAA has approved the Northern Plains Test site to use aircrafts that go beyond the visibility of the operator. Senator Hoeven…

Protesters Break DAPL Agreement; Arrested by Law Enforcement

Five protesters have been arrested despite having an agreement with law enforcement. According to Morton County Law Enforcement, a group of protesters crossed the Cannonball River after they were ordered not to. An agreement was made earlier this month between…

Fargo Reacts to the Death of Carrie Fisher

FARGO, N.D. After suffering a heart attack on Friday, Carrie Fisher has passed away at the age of 60. Star Wars fans across the galaxy are mourning the loss of their Princess Leia and the Red River Valley is no…

Minnesota Travelers Get Heads Up From TSA About IDs

When it comes to IDs, Homeland Security says the Land of 10,000 Lakes is missing something. In a year, it could keep people from flying. "In about three or four years, everyone will have to have this compliance license if…

City Helps People Identify Legitimate Taxi Services

FARGO, ND The New Year is bringing new rules for people giving rides in Fargo. Transportation providers including taxis, limos and services for the impaired will now require a decal starting January 1st. The decal shows the vehicle and driver…

Road Conditions Prevented Quicker Power Outage Relief

JAMESTOWN, N.D. The Otter Tail Power Company says about 20 communities in the Stutsman County area were without power after the holiday storm hit. They say road conditions were the biggest problem. After the storm, road obstructions and low visibility…

Downtown Fargo Ice Rink Opens For the Winter

The downtown ice rink is open for the winter season. Visitors strapped on their skates and enjoyed the freshly groomed ice for free. This year, they expanded the size of the rink and brought in a warming house and fire…

Minnesota Family Included In $50 Million IKEA Settlement

Three families, including the family of 2-year-old Ted McGee of Apple Valley, say IKEA is agreeing to pay $50 million because their toddlers died when the company's dressers tipped over on them. The tentative settlements involve the deaths of 2-year-olds…

Fargo Police Search for Armed Robbery Suspect

Fargo Police are searching for a suspect in a robbery of a gas station late Tuesday night. Police say a masked man walked into Casey's General Store at 2002 25th Street South at about 10:30pm, pointed a gun at an…

An Unexpected Morning For the YWCA

Flooding at the YWCA Cass Clay Emergency Shelter caused them to shut down for the day. The Fargo Fire Department was onsite mid-morning due to a burst sprinkler pipe.Water spread to three different floors of the building and a cleaning…

Pet Connection: Meet Susan

Meet Susan, a year-and-a-half-old female pit bull who almost didn't make it out of a regional pound. The gray pit bull's velvety coat and melting eyes notwithstanding, Susan was almost put to sleep…

Unique Bison Wear at NDSU Bookstore

With the big Bison game tomorrow, the NDSU bookstore has seen a peak in shoppers getting their last minute gear. The store offers a variety of unique clothing and accessories, such as necklaces…

JL Beers Hosts Ugly Sweater Competition

Looking to put that ugly Christmas sweater to good use? JL Beers on Highway 10 in Moorhead held their annual Ugly Christmas Sweater competition. Visitors showed up wearing their ugliest sweater and got…

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