CARS

Clearing Off The Busiest of Roads After the Biggest Snow Fall of the Season

The trucks have about 12 to 16 hours post snow fall to remove the snow from roads

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Metro street crews are out and about clearing off the busiest roads. Moorhead Public Works sent out seven plows including three with salt capabilities. They say their goal is to get enough snow off the ground and enough of the pavement to be seen before the temperature drops below freezing. They are making their way through the…

Casey’s General Store Held Up By Man With A Gun

1401 South University Drive , we will bring you more details as we get them

FARGO, ND — Casey’s General Store at 1401 South University Drive was held up by a man with a gun. Emergency dispatchers say the call came in shortly after 7:30 tonight. We have a crew on the scene and they tell us there are about 4 cop cars at the store and they are interviewing people at this moment. Police…

Cold Weather Keeps Thieves on the Lookout for Potential Rides

There have been 16 motor vehicle thefts in Fargo already this year

FARGO, N.D. — Here’s a good reason not to leave your vehicle running and unlocked. There have been 16 motor vehicle thefts in Fargo already this year. Police say 11 of the vehicles were unlocked with the keys inside. An arrest has been made for 10 of those cases. One of the latest thefts happened Monday night when an unattended…

Hot Rods, Convertibles and Drift Machines Flock to “Cars and Coffee”

Hobbyists from all walks of the Valley's car world parked and sipped at this monthly event

FARGO, ND — The smell of brewing coffee and gasoline was in the air for an early morning car show. “Cars and Coffee” put up their fourth show of the year this morning by 1st Avenue North in Downtown Fargo. About 100 car enthusiasts from the Valley pulled up and parked to show off their modifications, engines and personalized rides….

LIVE: North Dakota’s New Driving Laws

KVRR's Jackie Kelly Talks About The Two New Driving Laws

KVRR’s Jackie Kelly talks about the two new driving laws going into effect on August 1st, 2017 in North Dakota. More information about the laws can be found here. Categories: Morning – Features, Morning – In The Community Tags: car seats, CARS, distracted driving, driving laws

Race Season Opens up in Fargo Friday

Red River Valley Speedway season opener on Friday.

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Racing season returns to Fargo on Friday. The Red River Valley Speedway was supposed to open last weekend, but mother nature didn’t exactly cooperate with snowfall. All signs are a “Go” for tomorrow. Fans can see five different divisions tomorrow at the red river valley speedway including: hobby stocks, sport mods and modifieds. “We did a…

Tire Slashing Spree Proves Costly for South Fargo Neighbors

More than a dozen cars had their tires slashed in the Woodhaven neighborhood of South Fargo

FARGO, ND — A south Fargo neighborhood woke up to a string of vandalism. More than a dozen cars had their tires slashed in the Woodhaven neighborhood of south Fargo. Some people were likely a little late for work this morning. “It’s not funny, it’s not a prank,” said Bryce Jensen who lives in the neighborhood. “It’s really expensive for most…

UND Engineering Expo: Time, Commitment and Passion

These engineering and design students are not taking the typical final exams

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Finals week involves test driving race cars and building robots for some students at UND. Several aspiring engineers showed off their best work at UND’s annual Engineering Design Expo. A sleek green race car is one of 70 projects built by students from the ground up, many of which are part their finals. The expo can…

NDSU Working on Keeping Self-Driving Technology Secure

Are you interested in keeping self-driving technology in the right hands?

FARGO, N.D. — Many say self-driving cars will be the standard in the future. But due to their computerized nature, some fear they could be susceptible to cyberattacks. A team of students at NDSU is working on developing cybersecurity software that could be used in the cars to keep them safe from attack. Team leaders say they’ve made good progress…