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North Dakota Cyber Attacks on the Rise

Those attacks aren't limited to just the state, as phishing attacks are also on the rise against small businesses in our region, including in rural areas.

FARGO, ND — Cyber attacks in North Dakota are on the rise according to the North Dakota Information Technology Department. Attacks have rocketed to more than 15 million per month against the state. Those attacks aren’t limited to just the state, as phishing attacks are also on the rise against small businesses in our region, including in rural areas. I-T…

Teen Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison for Attack on Guards

The inmates were accused of choking one guard and handcuffing him.

MANDAN, N.D.–A teenager has been sentenced to five years in prison for taking part in an attack on guards at a juvenile corrections center in Mandan. Seventeen-year-old Elijah Barse and three other youths were accused in the uprising at the Youth Correctional Center in January 2018. The inmates were accused of choking one guard and handcuffing him in an attempt…

UPDATE: Suspect Not Connected with Slaying of 9 in Mexico

The suspect was found in the town of Agua Prieta

MEXICO CITY–Criminal investigators in northern Mexico say a suspect had been arrested and was under investigation for possible connections with the deaths of nine U.S. citizens-three women and six children-slaughtered Monday when cartel gunmen ambushed their vehicles. But it has been determined that the suspect is not tied to the ambush. In a statement posted on Facebook, the Agency for…

North Dakota Game Warden Attacked by Moose

Investigators are trying to determine if the bull moose was sick.

WILLOW CITY, N.D.–Wildlife officials say a state game warden escaped serious injuries when he was attacked by a bull moose in North Dakota. Game & Fish Department Chief Game Warden Robert Timian says that District Game Warden Jonathan Toftland was in the Willow City area Wednesday to investigate a report of an injured or sick bull moose. As Toftland approached…

2 Years in Prison for Attack at Mandan Walmart

Hilario Flores pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and terrorizing Monday.

MANDAN, N.D.–A man who used a needle-nose pliers in an attack at a Walmart store in Mandan has been sentenced to spend two years in prison. Hilario Flores pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and terrorizing Monday. South Central District Judge Gail Hagerty sentenced the 25-year-old Bismarck man to concurrent five-year sentences with three years suspended. Flores attacked a vendor at…

Vietnam Veterans and Local Law Enforcement Honor the Thousands of Lives Lost in 9/11

Many gathered on Veterans memorial bridge to speak about the 2,996 people killed on September 11th of 2001

FARGO, N.D. — Vietnam Veterans are honoring those lives lost at an annual 9/11 memorial service. Many gathered on Veterans memorial bridge to speak about the 2,996 people killed on September 11th of 2001. That includes hundreds of heroes that ran into the chaos to save lives but never made it out. Those who came out to the memorial expressed…

Dilworth Police Identify Leads In Severe Beating Case

Neale Johnson of Dilworth stopped along Highway 10 to find a bathroom when he was knocked unconscious and robbed

DILWORTH, Minn. — Two people of interest have been identified in connection with the severe beating of a man earlier this month. Dilworth Police Chief Ty Sharpe says an officer spoke with a man and woman who match the description of the attackers prior to the assault on August 11. The contact is routine as police check identification of transients…

“Pleading for My Life Saying ‘Listen I’m Sorry I’ve Got Kids I’ve Got a Family'” Man Explains Assault in Dilworth

Neal Johnson says he was at the wrong place at the wrong time just around midnight on Friday

DILWORTH, Minn. — After a Dilworth man says he was beaten to unconsciousness, police are trying to find two suspects. KVRR’s Jessie Cohen tells us how the man climbed his way out of a ditch and made it home in our “lead story”. Neal Johnson says he was at the wrong place at the wrong time just around midnight on…

Shoveling Snow: Know Your Risks

When you are shoveling, go slow, dress in layers and over your mouth, head and neck from the cold weather

NATIONAL — When it comes to shoveling snow, it’s important to remember there is a right way and a potentially harmful way. Doctors say shoveling snow causes significant strain on the body and if you have not been physically active throughout the year, it can put you at risk for many conditions. The activity can cause an increase in blood…

THE BUZZ: Furry Upscale Cookie Bandit Gets the Jump on New York’s Finest

Officers found the bandit in the kitchen eating cookies when they arrived on scene

BROCKPORT, New York — New York often brags about having the finest police force in the world and you’d be hard pressed to get the jump on them. But while responding to a home break-in, that’s exactly what happened and it was all caught on the officer’s body camera. The Brockport Police Department in upstate New York released body cam…