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UPDATE: Fargo Man Identified as Person Who Died in Vehicle in Hornbacher’s Parking Lot

Police say a medical condition most likely happened yesterday afternoon

UPDATE – Fargo Police have identified the dead person found in a vehicle in the 32nd Ave S Hornbacher’s parking lot as 68-year-old Roger Fjeldahl of Fargo.   FARGO, N.D. — A body was found in a car in the parking lot of Hornbacher’s on 32nd Avenue. Police say a customer noticed a man slumped over in the driver’s seat just…

What’s With This Winter Weather? KVRR’s Marshall Downing Explains

Marshall Tells Us Why We've Seen So Much Snow And Cold, And When Things Will Return To Normal

  Are you sick of the snow and the cold we’ve been cycling through the last few weeks? Worry not! KVRR Morning Meteorologist Marshall Downing has some good news. He explains what caused our weather to turn for the worse for the start of 2019. But he tells us that there’s good reason to think things should stabilize for the…

NDSU Beef Cattle Research Complex Taking Care of Livestock in Frigid Temps

the complex has 108 steers and bulls combined

FARGO, N.D. — While people are fortunate enough to get out of the elements, that’s not the case for livestock. NDSU’s Beef Cattle Research Complex opened in May 2011. Since then, it’s been a home to all of these cows and although cattle are meant to be outside, animal research specialists say they still need a little extra TLC during cold periods…

Travelers Returning from Arizona Greeted With Frigid Temperatures

Airport officials say thousands of flights across the country have been affected by the polar vortex

FARGO, N.D. — The frigid temperatures have been affecting flights across the country. People flying in from warmer places say the dramatic shift in temperature was a shock to them when they got off the plane. “Almost 100 degree difference. Swinging from the 55 degree weather we left in Arizona to a –54, not really happy to be back, excited to be…

-20 Degrees Out? $20 off at Holiday Inn Express in Fargo

The hotel has several special deals for the cold weather

FARGO, N.D. —  The Holiday Inn Express on 19th Avenue South has a new deal so the whole family can have fun while it’s cold out. The hotel is hosting a “Too COOL for School” Pool Party. You can get six wristbands to use at the pool for $69. You also get a sleeping room for the day. If you…

How to Keep Your Furnace, Pipes Running Smoothly in the Cold

Technicians say proper maintenance can save your pipes and help your wallet

MOORHEAD, Minn. — As the temperatures plummet further and further below zero, people sometimes turn the heat to the highest levels inside. However, technicians say that could be a troublesome short–term solution that could leave long–term damage to your home’s heating system. “Don’t do a setback on your furnace. Lot of people when they leave, they’ll set it back to 65…

There’s Still Time to Apply for the Heating Assistance Programs in MN & ND

The application deadline is May 31

FARGO, N.D. — As the temperatures continue to drop, North Dakota and Minnesota are reminding residents there’s still time to sign up for heating assistance. If you plan to take advantage of the program, here’s what you need to know about the application process. In a normal year, Cass County Social Services says they receive about 25-hundred applications for their heating…

Marcus Theatres Offers Free Hot Chocolate Until Friday

Other deals include $5 Tuesdays and $6 student Thursdays

FARGO, N.D. — If you want to get out of the house but don’t want to be somewhere cold, Marcus Theatres has some deals you can take advantage of. Not only is it $5 Tuesday, but there’s also free hot chocolate for all movie goers through Friday. There’s also $6 student Thursdays. Theatre management says the cold does deter some people…

If It’s Too Cold for You, It’s Too Cold for Your Pets; Limiting Exposure Outside

Staff with Homeward Animal Shelter say animals are just as prone to frostbite and hypothermia as humans

FARGO, N.D. — If you have a furry friend, keeping them inside as much as possible over the next few days is in both of your best interests. Staff with Homeward Animal Shelter say animals are just as prone to frostbite and hypothermia as humans. If you are used to taking your pets for a walk, or a few, this…