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Law Enforcement Wants To Let People Know What To Do During The Winter Storm

North Dakota and Minnesota troopers are making sure people drive safe this Thanksgiving weekend.

FARGO-MOORHEAD – During the holiday weekend, all North Dakota troopers available will be working the roads in an effort they are calling all–hands enforcement. The morning show spoke to North Dakota Highway Patrol Captain Bryan Niewind about the efforts they are making to make the roads safer. “The troopers that are available will be out working the road way. We…

Tips To Prepare For Thanksgiving Driving

Experts gives us their tips on how to be prepared on the road.

FARGO, N.D.- Whether its icy roads or impaired drivers, experts are saying to plan ahead for whatever you may encounter along the road. They say in order to do so, you can’t be driving distracted, make sure you’re buckled up and have an emergency car kit in the back in case something does happen and you’re prepared. “Warm weather clothing…

Moorhead Police Department Offers Tips to Prepare for “Hands-Free” Law.

The Moorhead Police Department says more than 60,000 crashes were distracted driving related from 2014-2018.

Moorhead, MN–The Moorhead Police Department offered tips to help prepare for the new “Hands-Free” law that will take effect August 1, 2019 in Minnesota. They suggest pre-programming radio stations, programming the GPS route in advance, avoiding messy foods, and speaking up to stop drivers from distracted driving. The Moorhead Police Department says more than 60,000 crashes were distracted driving related…

Hands-Free Cell Phone While Driving Bill Stalls

The bill also stalled in the Minnesota Senate

ST. PAUL, Minn. — A move to require Minnesota drivers to use only hands-free cell phones looks like it’s finished for the current legislative session. The bill’s sponsor, Champlin Republican Rep. Mark Uglem, says leaders told him his bill won’t get a vote as the session heads toward a finish this weekend. Uglem says he’s disappointed and concerned for people…

Jamestown Man, who Hid Cell Phone of Child Pornography, Sentenced

McManus was arrested after his wife found a cell phone hidden behind the refrigerator with the images

JAMESTOWN, ND — A Jamestown man has also been sentenced on child pornography charges. Alexander McManus, 56, is sentenced to 22 years in prison after pleading guilty to receiving child pornography materials and being in possession of them. McManus was arrested after his wife found a cell phone hidden behind the refrigerator with the images. Categories: Crime, Local News, News…

Midco is Bringing Wi-Fi to Downtown Fargo…P.S. It’s Free!

In nine to ten weeks, people will be able to access the public Wi–Fi on Broadway and some of the side streets

FARGO, ND — Trying to upload a new photo or access social media apps will no longer be a problem in downtown Fargo. On Monday night, city leaders agreed to new rules allowing Midco to set up free Wi–Fi downtown. In nearly 10 weeks, people will be able to access the public Wi–Fi on Broadway and some of the side…

T-Mobile Gives Out Free Sandy’s Donuts To Draw In More Customers

The store is trying to get people interested in learning about their different service options

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Staff at the new T-mobile in Moorhead say free donuts are the best way to get attention. The store is trying to get people interested in learning about their different service options. The store’s owner says he knew there was a love for Sandy’s in the metro so he decided this would be the perfect treat. He…

Bismarck Police Searching for Suspect in Target Recording Case

An arrest warrant has been issued and a complaint has been signed for Izac Krous

BISMARCK, ND — Bismarck police are looking for a 22-year-old man they suspect placed a cell phone in a women’s fitting room at Target in Bismarck. An arrest warrant has been issued and a complaint has been signed for Izac Krous. The woman told police she was trying on clothes May 3rd when she found a phone had been placed…

Former Moorhead Pancheros Employee Charged

Sam Hagen, 18, was an employee at the Pancheros in Moorhead and allegedly used his cell phone to record women in the bathroom

MOORHEAD, Minn. — A Moorhead man is out of jail after allegedly using his cell phone to record women in the bathroom at Pancheros in Moorhead. This came after days of investigation that caught many at the restaurant and in the community by surprise. Sam Hagen is an 18–year–old Moorhead High School senior who had been working at Pancheros in…