Students at Davies High School learned some car tips from fellow students at Fargo South.
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Federal charges have been filed against a Colorado woman involved in the Dakota Access Pipeline protests.
The governor's office is trying to clear up a dispute over food and supplies for the pipeline protesters south of Mandan.
An Emergency Services spokeswoman say no action will be taken to enforce Gov. Jack Dalrymple's emergency evacuation order for protesters of the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
If you're looking to spice up your lunch break, the Plains Art Museum has just the thing for you.
A local business is cleaning up after a vehicle crashed through the front door last night.
If you're anxiously waiting to participate in outdoor winter activities in Fargo, you may have to keep waiting.
Two organizations are joining together to collect donations to send to those who plan to stay put protesting the pipeline.
After going 10-1 in the regular season, North Dakota State's football team earned a break.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it has ``no plans for forcible removal'' of protesters who have been camping in North Dakota to protest the Dakota Access oil pipeline.
A noteworthy North Dakotan took advantage of Small Business Saturday.
It seems Santa traded in his sleigh for a Harley this holiday season.
The first ever "Elf On the Shelf" holiday event kicked off today on The Stage at Island Park.
What better way to enjoy your breakfast than going in your pajamas?
Protesters say they don't plan on leaving after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said they will close the campsite by December 5th.
Cyber Monday is right around the corner and post offices are gearing up for the large amount of shipments.
Black Friday shopping just isn't as big of a deal in the valley as it was in past years.
Gov. Dalrymple has moved forward with the decision to suspend the McKenzie County Sheriff after an investigation by the state.
It's a day dedicated to shopping locally to support small businesses.
The chairman of the Standing Rock Tribe says the Army Corps of Engineers plans to close the area where pipeline protesters have been camping for months.
Ten people were busted for shoplifting at a Fargo department store at 1a.m.
Hundreds of people took a break from Black Friday shopping madness and celebrated the annual "Hot Dog Skate" at Skate City.
Employees at SCHEELS Home and Hardware tried out something new this morning.
As the countdown to Christmas begins, families in the FM area are beginning to celebrate.
Police responded to home in North Fargo after reports of a person being shot.