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Grand Forks CodeRed Alert System Changes Numbers

Starting today, the number for the CodeRed alert will change to 76993

  GRAND FORKS, ND — Grand Forks city officials want you to know about a change in the CodeRed alert system. Starting today, the number for the CodeRed alert will change to 76993. These alerts come from the city of Grand Forks and are ways emergency services can get messages out to the public quickly and efficiently. These messages include…

High School Students and Teachers are Helping Those Struggling with Hunger

Now it's flourished into a fully functioning food pantry in the halls of Fargo South High School

FARGO, ND — In North Dakota online, more than 58,000 people are struggling with hunger and about 16,000 are children. Students and faculty at Fargo South High School have decided to take matters into their own hands. It started off as a Facebook post. “We need to do this and I’m like okay I was just posting stuff but let’s…

City of Fargo’s Garbage Pick-Up One Day Early This Week

On Friday, garbage services will remain the same and will be back to normal pick-up times

  FARGO, ND — The City of Fargo says garbage pick-up is one day early this week due to the Thanksgiving holiday. If your garbage services are on Wednesday, pick-up will be on Tuesday. If your garbage services are on Thursday, pick-up will be on Wednesday. There will be no garbage services on Thursday, since it is Thanksgiving. On Friday,…

North Dakota Human Rights Film and Arts Festival Spotlights Local Artists Pushing for Positive Change

Try to put yourself in someone else's shoes

FARGO, ND — The first North Dakota Human Rights Film and Arts Festival is happening in Fargo. Local artists have the chance to express their opinions, struggles and experiences in a creative platform. Trying to put yourself in someone else’s shoes is sometimes easier said than done. “People see what it’s like for people like us,” said Joe Larson, who…

Local Businesses Searching for Potential Hires this Holiday Season

The number of job openings has decreased in Cass County this year but employees are still needed

FARGO, ND — It may still be October, but the holiday season is just around the corner and stores are getting prepared. With all the chaos of purchasing gifts and goodies for your friends and families do local businesses have enough staff to get by? “Christmas is our, and for any retailer, this is the big one and it’s so…

Locals React to President Trump’s Plan for Tax Reform

Many people in Fargo say they either don't agree with the president's platform or were unaware of what his ideas really are

FARGO, ND — President Trump’s visit to North Dakota is affecting people here in Fargo. Many people in Fargo say they either don’t agree with the president’s platform or were unaware of what his ideas really are. “He’s more than welcome to come. I appreciate him stopping by but it’s not my platform that I believe in,” said Matt Boreen…

Bringing Everyone Up to Speed: Midco Breaks Ground on New Fargo Data Center

It's one of the first of its kind in the region

FARGO, ND — A $12 million Midco facility is coming to Fargo. It’s one of the first of its kind in the region. In a world where technology is constantly changing, there are still some people who don’t have access to high speed internet. Midco is working to change that. “With the way the world is working today, I don’t…

EPA Administrator Avoids Questions on Agricultural Roundtable, Abruptly Leaves NDSU

Governor Burgum, Senator Hoeven and Congressman Cramer joined EPA Administrator, Scott Pruitt, in a private discussion behind closed doors about water, agriculture and energy

FARGO, ND — North Dakota state officials met with the Administrator of the EPA for an agricultural roundtable to express the need to make federal rules more cost–effective. Governor Burgum, Senator Hoeven and Congressman Cramer joined EPA Administrator, Scott Pruitt, in a private discussion behind closed doors about water, agriculture and energy. Some of the state’s politicians are encouraging Pruitt…

How Changes in Washington Could Affect North Dakota Taxpayers

Americans for Prosperity in North Dakota held a federal policy summit in Fargo to give activists an update on what's happening in Washington

FARGO, ND — Americans for Prosperity in North Dakota held a federal policy summit in Fargo to give activists an update on what’s happening in Washington. Congressman Cramer was a part of a Q and A with AFP’s Vice President of external affairs. The organization and the Congressman said it is important to improve the lives of Americans, especially those…