9/11

Horace Man Explains Why He Built a 9/11 Fire Pit

Brent Hansen wanted to use his form of therapy to honor victims of the national tragedy

HORACE, ND — A Horace man told us why he built a 9/11 fire pit. Pictures of the hand-made sculpture hitched to the back of his pick-up continue to stir controversy online. But he said welding these custom fire pits is how he finds peace after a work accident changed his life. Brent Hansen’s trucks are parked outside to make…

The Dangers of Binge Drinking in College

"It makes you remember that you're out to have fun but at the same time you're not out to hurt yourself or anyone else"

FARGO, ND — Taking that extra drink or shot can turn deadly. “In the long run it’s the life we are trying to save,” said Don Martin, the Operations Manager with FM Ambulance. College students tend to binge drink and think more about the moment than the consequences. “What happens with college age they are playing drinking games, doing initiations,…

The Red River Valley Remembers and Honors 9/11

The scars on the nation's psyche are still fresh

RED RIVER VALLEY — It’s been 16 years since many call the worst day in modern American history and the scars on the nation’s psyche are still fresh. It’s known as the September 11th terrorist attacks, or 9/11, all around the world. City leaders, law enforcement and members of the community gathered on the Veterans Memorial Bridge to honor and…

9/11 Mobile Exhibit for Military Appreciation Day at the Red River Valley Fair

The goal is to bring the exhibit to all 50 states so 9/11 firefighters can talk to people about what happened that day

WEST FARGO, ND — It’s Military Appreciation Day at the Red River Valley Fair. In the past four years, a 9/11 mobile exhibit has made its way to 28 states. Now, it’s here in the metro for the Red River Valley Fair in West Fargo. The goal is to bring the exhibit to all 50 states so 9/11 firefighters can…

Ashley Hunter Trial: Police Describe Scene of Second Victim

Officers who arrived on scene said they also found burnt items in the kitchen

FARGO, ND — The Ashley Hunter murder trial continues with witness testimonies and pictures of evidence. But a witness who lived next door to one of the victims had the defense aggressively question her story. Just after midnight on June 22nd, 2015, Debra Sorensen said she heard smoke alarms next door. “Through his dining room windows, I could see on the…

LIVE: Exhibit Remembering 9/11 Coming To RRVF

Exhibit Started By Family Of Fallen FDNY Firefighter

  Katy Stenerson with the Red River Valley Fair joins Adam to talk about the 9/11 Never Forget Mobile Exhibit, which is coming to this year’s Red River Valley Fair. The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation organizes the exhibit. Siller was a New York City firefighter who literally abandoned his car in traffic to reach the World Trade Center…