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Counterfeiting Ring Busted, Five Under Arrest

FARGO, ND -- On July 17, 2019, officers were called to a local bank because a male was reportedly trying to cash a fake check. Officers found the male and two other people in the parking lot, and they…

LIVE: Behind the Scenes at the Fargo Airsho

The countdown to one of Fargo's most eagerly-anticipated events is on, and rain or shine, the show will go on. Organizers are working right now to make ready the airfield for the…

Searching for Monsters In the Park

FARGO, N.D. -- Lions, tigers and monsters, oh my! Kids across the Fargo–Moorhead area are looking through all the crevices and bushes in local parks to find some monsters. Can you see them? How about…

Downtown Fargo Street Fair Begins

  FARGO, N.D. -- When you hear of the Downtown Fargo Street Fair, you probably think of crafts, art and, of course, food. This year's street fair is bringing fresh vendors, activities and music…

Free Slides and Swimming Make For A Splashy Afternoon

MOORHEAD, MN. -- Moorhead Municipal Pool hosted its annual Summer Splash with games, bouncy slides and free swimming. Booths outside of the pool were set up by Essentia Health and Sanford Safe Kids. The event also included free Pepsi products.…

13th Fargo Airsho Ready to Take Flight

FARGO, N.D.--The 13th annual Fargo Airsho is this weekend and performers are getting ready to show off their skills in the sky. Gates open at 9 am both Saturday and Sunday, and the show…

City of Dazey Wants to Clear False Reports on Flooding

DAZEY, N.D. -- The city of Dazey and Barnes County wants to clear up any false reports regarding  the city's recent flooding situation. Below is what the Barnes County Emergency Manager sent out. -- -- -- -- City of Dazey,…

North Dakota Sues Feds Over Pipeline Protest Police Costs

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) _ North Dakota has sued the federal government to recover the $38 million the state spent policing protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline. Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem says he filed the lawsuit Thursday against the Army…

LIVE: Pet Connection: Meet Miss Sophia

You might think it’s less fun to have one dog than two. Miss Sophia is here to prove you wrong. The year-and-a-half-old husky-shepherd mix came in to Homeward Animal Shelter by way of the…

Woman Shares Her Story of Losing 150 Pounds

FARGO, N.D. - A local woman is hoping to show anyone can make a positive change in their life if they are dedicated. Amy Kester has lost more than 150 pounds since April 2018.…

Veterans Get Free Legal Advice at Fargo VA

FARGO, N.D. - A law firm, the Minnesota Assistance Counsel for Veterans and the Fargo V.A. hold a day-long legal advice clinic for veterans. Direct representation services were free for low-income veterans. However, any veteran…

Fatal Storage Unit Fire Ruled Accidental

FARGO, N.D. -- Fargo Police Department is calling a fatal storage unit fire accidental. The early Sunday morning fire killed 58–year–old Jonathan Liles of Fargo. It happened at 1725 1st Avenue North. Firefighters had the fire out in ten minutes…

Legislator: Law Limiting State Auditor a 'Mistake'

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) _ A lawmaker who pushed a measure that requires a state auditor to get approval from the Legislature to conduct performance audits is now calling the law a "mistake.'' Republican Rep. Keith Kempenich tells The Associated Press…

Oil Production Steady in North Dakota

BISMARCK, N.D. - State officials say oil production in North Dakota held steady this spring. The state's wells produced 1.39 million barrels of crude per day in May, just 800 per day more than in April. Despite the steady May…

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