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Death Investigation Northeast of Moorhead

Norman County Sheriff Jeremy Thornton says the investigation is just beginning.

BORUP, MN (KFGO) – The sheriff’s office and Bureau of Criminal Apprehension are investigating a death along state Hwy. 39 east of Borup, northeast of Moorhead. Norman County Sheriff Jeremy Thornton says the investigation is just beginning. He stopped short of calling the death suspicious saying its unclear what happened. Categories: Crime, Local News, Minnesota News, Moorhead Tags: BORUP, bureau…

Man Pulls Another Man Out of Burning SUV Saving His Life

Norman County Sheriff Jeremy Thornton says Zebulen Dickey would not have survived if not for Austen Germolus

BORUP, Minn. — A dramatic rescue of a driver trapped in a burning vehicle after a crash Monday night near Borup, Minnesota. 33-year-old Austen Germolus of Ada says he did what anyone would do in a situation like that. 40-year-old Zebulen Dickey of Georgetown was conscious but the vehicle doors were jammed. Germolus broke out a window and pulled him to…

Update: Ada fire ruled accidental, cause unknown

1/4 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/4 Courtesy: Ted Aanenson Show Caption Hide Caption 3/4 Courtesy: Ted Aanenson Show Caption Hide Caption 4/4 Courtesy: Ted Aanenson Show Caption Hide Caption ADA, Minn. (KFGO) – One home was destroyed and another heavily damaged by fire in Ada Sunday. Shortly after 11:30 a.m., Ada firefighters were called to the 505 Clover Lane. A…

Borup Man Accused of Recording Video of Children Taking Showers

Daniel Ward, 35, is charged with three counts of interfering with the priacy of a minor

ADA, Minn. — A rural Borup, Minnesota man is accused of using a camera to record a child taking a shower inside his home. Thirty-five–year–old Daniel Ward is charged with three felony counts of interfering with the privacy of a minor. Court documents say Ward’s wife contacted the sheriff’s office after she found computer photos of the child, naked from…

Several Towns in the Region Damaged in Tuesday’s Severe Weather

Damage in Hillsboro showed winds up to 100 miles per hour, but the tornado did not pass through town

1/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 5/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 6/6 Show Caption Hide Caption REGIONAL — A National Weather Service storm damage assessment team says Tuesday’s severe weather in the northern and central parts of the Red River Valley produced at least three separate…