Cass County Sheriff’s Office prepares for overland flooding

The Cass County Sheriff's Office is shifting into high gear as officials prepare to handle overland flooding.

  CASS COUNTY, N.D. (KVRR) — The Cass County Sheriff’s Office says they want to make sure they are prepared in case anyone needs emergency services to their property or if they need help getting resources to fight the flood. Sheriff Jahner says they expect to see more flooding in rural areas of Cass County including some areas of Harwood….

Competitor Against Cass County Sheriff Jahner Loses Job

FARGO, N.D. — The Cass County deputy who challenged incumbent Sheriff Jesse Jahner is losing his job. Jahner says he doesn’t believe Mathew King supports his administration’s mission, vision, and values. He says King will not be re-appointed to his position in 2023. King’s last day will be December 31. In last week’s election, he received just 20% of the…

Flooding causing dangerous driving conditions

A no travel alert has been issued for northeast North Dakota.

A no travel alert has been issued for northeast North Dakota. Excessive rain and snow melting is also causing flooding in Steele, Traill and Cass Counties. Multiple county and township roads have been closed and officials are urging people to drive cautiously. Areas around Thompson and Hillsboro have water-filled ditches and overland flooding. If you come across washed out roads,…

Cass County Deputy Jumps Into Race For Sheriff At Last Minute

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Cass County Sheriff Jesse Jahner has an opponent in his re-election bid and it’s someone from within the sheriff’s office. Cass County Deputy Matthew King of Arthur filed his paperwork to run for sheriff just before the filing deadline on Monday. King has been with the office since 2011. Jahner was first elected sheriff in 2018….

Police increasing downtown patrols in Downtown Fargo

Cass County Sheriff Jesse Jahner says his department will be helping aid Fargo Police on Friday and Saturday nights after bar time.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — The Fargo Police Department and Downtown Community Partnership are discussing recent crime activity in the downtown area. Fargo Police along with the Cass County Sheriff discussed ways to make downtown Fargo safer. A recent report of shots fired from a rooftop early Sunday morning lead to a shelter in place overnight. “Some of the takeaways that…

Public Service Held For Jupiter Paulsen at Scheels Arena

"She's still with me everywhere I go. She's in the trees, in the grass, the sunshine, and the stars and anything beyond that, but most of all, she's with us."

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — An emotional public service is held outside Scheels Arena in Fargo for Jupiter Paulsen, the Fargo teen killed earlier this month in a random attack. “I hope you guys could see it from my perspective how she was. She was not just a person that worked or just a person who was just there, she was…

Cass County Sheriff addresses his office’s bias training

"Our office also certifies and trains on less than lethal force options, use of force instruction and scenario based training."

CASS COUNTY, N.D. (KVRR) — The Cass County Sheriff’s office has released a statement regarding policing procedures. Sheriff Jesse Jahner says questions among people throughout the community have risen in regards to the department’s bias training. Jahner says he wants to be transparent and says the training includes anti bias, cultural awareness, de-escalation, diversity, communication, and crisis intervention. “Training is…

West Fargo Police honors Lieutenant Adam Gustafson with memorial

The memorial gives people the chance to remember and thank him for his service to the community.

WEST FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) –The West Fargo Police Department has set up a memorial for Lieutenant Adam Gustafson who died after suffering a heart attack while on duty. The West Fargo Police Department says the autopsy on 40-yea-old Lieutenant Adam Gustafson determined he suffered from severe coronary artery disease and major arterial blockage. In his honor, a memorial gives people…

North Dakota law enforcement to end aid across Minnesota state line

Officers on the North Dakota side need time to train on new Minnesota protocols before lending a hand across state lines.

NORTH DAKOTA, MINNESOTA (KVRR) — Fargo, West Fargo and Cass County law enforcement officers are halting their aid across the Minnesota border. A change in a new Minnesota law that took effect Monday, March 1st is changing how officers can use deadly force if a reasonable apparent threat of death or great bodily harm is present. The word “apparent” has…