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City of Fargo Working on Road Repairs

You may not even notice one until you drive over it and officials with the city of Fargo say they are getting an early start on pothole repairs this season. Many…

Sierra Nevada Brewing Company Issues Beer Recall

  Brewing Company Sierra Nevada is issuing a recall of some of its bottled beer after it was discovered some of the glass can chip off and fall inside the bottle. The recall affects 36 states, including Minnesota and South…

Pro-Life Office Vandalized After Planned Parenthood Prayer Service

  The St. Paul office of an anti-abortion group has been vandalized with spray painted messages against children, Christians and President Trump. Brian Gibson is executive director of Pro-Life Action Ministries. He says a staff member found the messages containing…

Local Peace March Planned for Saturday in Downtown Fargo

Many people are planning a local march through downtown Fargo on Saturday in order to represent the Women's March on Washington. In light of President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration, people all around the U.S. are peacefully marching this Saturday. "One of the…

DAPL Protesters Continue to Trespass, Vandalize Backwater Bridge

For a third consecutive night, pipeline protesters trespassed and tried to force authorities from the Backwater Bridge. The Morton County Sheriff says around 150 people gathered on the bridge Wednesday night. Three tire fires were started on the bridge along…

Taxpayers Could Have Delayed Returns

An area accountant says taxpayers should expect a delay in their refunds this year. Cindy Slaughter with Tax Lady in Fargo says the biggest thing taxpayers should look out for is…

Night to Shine Dance in Need of Volunteers

Members of the Hope Lutheran Church were at Davies High School to recruit volunteers for the "Night to Shine" dance hosted at the church. This annual dance is sponsored by the Tim…

Husband Arrested in Cottage Grove Business Owner's Homicide

  Up until now Cottage Grove police have only described Amy Allwine's death as suspicious. But on Tuesday, two months after she was killed, police arrested her 43-year-old husband Stephen Allwine for her murder. Amy was discovered dead in her…

16 Protesters Arrested Near DAPL Main Camp in Morton County

  The number of arrests related to protests over construction of the pipeline has surpassed 600. The Morton County Sheriff's Office says 16 people were arrested Monday and Tuesday in confrontations with police near the protesters' main encampment near the…

Sen. Hoeven Accuses Obama Administration of DAPL Delays

  Senator Hoeven claims the Obama administration is again trying to delay the Dakota Access Pipeline project by changing the rules. He says a new environmental impact study will impose months and perhaps years of additional delay and difficulty on…

Simply Mac Closes at West Acres Mall

UPDATED CONTENT: Yet another store is closing its doors at West Acres Mall. Simply Mac has closed for business. It comes after Apple Corporation ended its agreement with the…

Fargo Man One Step Closer to Saving His Home

  Fargo's Historic Preservation Commission has given its endorsement to saving the house owned by John and Sherri Stern. The board determined the home near the Red River is historically significant because it was designed by the grand-daughter of world…

Governor Burgum Calling for Deeper Cuts of State's Budget

  North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum is calling for deeper cuts in the state budget than suggested by his predecessor. His proposal to lawmakers includes another $159 million in spending reductions. Burgum's plan makes another $31 million cut to higher…

Water Main Breaks Slow Morning Commute

Multiple water main breaks in Fargo slowed down the trip to work and school for many this morning. Firefighters responded to this break on 9th Avenue South near Century 10 and a number of hotels at 5:30 am. Water from…

Man Gets Plea Deal in 2016 West Fargo Motel Standoff

  A plea deal and sentence for the man involved in an armed standoff at a West Fargo motel last March. Jan-Michel Wangstad, 38, pleaded guilty to terrorizing, reckless endangerment, illegal possession of a firearm, criminal mischief and possession of…

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