The Fargo Police Department is seeing more changes; however, this time, it's to better serve the public.
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The West Fargo Fire Department and American Red Cross team up to help make sure people are ready if a fire hits their home.
Start your engines! Friday night racing is making its way back to the valley
Keaton was granted his wish to be Santa by the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Cass County Deputies say one person was hospitalized after a fire broke out in Casselton.
Concordia College says welcome home to North Dakota's Congressman Kevin Cramer.
If you hear people ringing bells around Fargo it's for more than just a cause, it's a friendly competition.
While stores start their discounts, Lindenwood Park is starting to get people in the Christmas spirit by lighting up the river.
Law enforcement says as you pack up your vehicle to head out hunting, you should have your high valued items secured at all times.
Fighting robots and dancing mascots filled NDSU, for the 9th annual robotic competition.
The difference seems easy, but when you start to go case by case the distinction can get tough.
Kids are two times more likely to be hit by a car on Halloween than on any other day of the year.
As national bullying month wraps up, Cheney Middle School is celebrating inclusiveness all week.
With online gaming so many people have forgotten about the human interaction that comes to playing with someone else in the room.
A 3-year-old boy was found shortly after an Amber Alert was issued tonight. Police says 34-year-old Emily Wollin illegally took her child, three-year-old Andrew Wollin.
West Fargo police are thanking the community for helping identify suspects in a recent robbery.Police needed help identifying three suspects in an October 4th break-in at the Family Fare pharmacy.Police released photos of the suspects, two black males and one black female.Investigators say they've ID'd the suspects, thanks to the public's help.Police say they're not in custody yet, because the suspects aren't in the Fargo/Moorhead area right now.
They're not horsing around at the new Jubilee Equine stable in Horace.
The high schoolers prepared interactive outdoor lab stations, teaching kids about ecology including everything from wildfires, to food webs and even invasive species.
Planned Parenthood has been a hot item in the news, and both supporters and protesters are letting their voices be heard across the nation including right here in Fargo.
Sheyenne High School students are getting their foot in the door of local diesel businesses at career day.
An entire Fargo apartment building evacuated after hallways were filled with smoke.
It was a rigorous interview process, culminating with some tough questions coming from none other than the media.
It's the end of summer, but it doesn't have to be for your plants.
Nearly one hundred people who live in South Fargo around Ed Clapp Elementary met with authorities to get answers.
People in the metro probably don't think twice about going to see a doctor.