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LIVE: Erasing School Lunch Debt

We all know kids who are stressed because they're hungry can't concentrate enough to learn well in school. But for some families, the stress of paying for school lunches lasts long after school's out…

Motorcyclist Killed in Mclean County Crash

PARSHALL, N.D. (AP) _ The North Dakota Highway Patrol says a motorcyclist has died after crashing his Harley in Mclean County. The patrol says 69-year-old Larry Snyder lost control of his bike on Highway 1804 and rolled into the ditch…

Calcium Deposits Lead to Scrutiny of Bismarck Water

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) _ Some north Bismarck residents are complaining about calcium deposits in water from their faucets at home. Bismarck's director of utility operations, Michelle Klose, says the problem has been identified in at least 64 mainly newer homes…

Fargo Police Arrest Man After BB Gun Shooting

FARGO, N.D.-- Fargo Police say an argument led to a BB gun shooting overnight in south Fargo. Officers responded to the 1500 block of 21st Avenue S. just after 10:45 last night. A man told them someone shot at him…

Presentation on Notable Local Journalist Jane Swisshelm

ABERCROMBIE, N.D.-- Fort Abercrombie is hosting historical presentations about the area. This week's topic is Jane Swisshelm; a prominent journalist in the 1860's who wrote for a newspaper in Saint Cloud Minnesota. At the time,…

AMVETS To Retire More Than 1200 American Flags

FARGO, N.D.-- The Fargo AMVETS are retiring American flags that people from the community have brought in. In order to properly retire a flag, it must be cut into specific pieces and burned piece by…

Food Truck Fridays Are Finally Here

FARGO, N.D.-- The first ever food truck Friday debuted just south of Fargo City Hall. Suna's is an authentic Egyptian eatery serving kebabs and Koshari. They were surprised when they were the only ones serving…

How Your DNA Could Change the Future of Health

FARGO, N.D.-- A National Institute is collecting volunteers' DNA and lifestyle information. The National Institute of Health's All of Us research program hopes to get 1 million volunteers over 10 years of touring. The group…

Man's Body Found in Grafton

GRAFTON, N.D. - Authorities are investigating after a man's body is recovered from the Park River in Grafton. A search for 63–year–old Kenneth Wilson of Grafton began after he didn't show up for work on Wednesday. Grafton Police says friends and…

Wild Terra Cider Holds First Vintage Clothes Market

FARGO, N.D. -- For chic clothes, good food and live music, look no further than Wild Terra Cider in downtown Fargo. The cider bar is having its first vintage clothes market, where you can shop from over two dozen vendors. People…

Man Pulled From Grain Bin Dies At The Scene

SARGENT, ND -- A man died after he got caught in a grain bin at a farm in Brampton, North Dakota. The Sargent County sheriff says another farmer who was driving by noticed a running auger with no one around. He…

Fargo Police Issue Dangerous Drug Warning

FARGO, N.D. (June 12, 2019) The Fargo Police Department would like to remind the public of the dangers of using illegal drugs as well as the use of prescription medications outside the prescribed methods. Recently, there have been stories…

Fargo Police Warn About Possible Tainted Marijuana in the Area

FARGO, N.D. (KFGO) - Fargo police are warning about a new illegal drug threat...possibly contaminated marijuana sold in Fargo that sent two people to Sanford Medical Center in Fargo this past weekend with serious reactions. One victim was reported to…

Heitkamp Says DNC Should Reevaluate New Debate Criteria

FARGO (KFGO) - Former U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.) is criticizing the Democratic National Committee for establishing new rules that affect which candidates are allowed to participate in presidential debates. The DNC says to qualify, candidates must now have at…

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