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Minnesota Businesses React To Cold Weather Fishing Opener Along With New Restrictions

The orders include limiting travel, not going in large groups and maintaining social distancing.

DETROIT LAKES, Minn. — In Detroit Lakes, shop owners say it’s not the usual bustling Saturday opener they normally see walking in. “I think the main rush will happen at the start of the week now once the weather warms up, it’s supposed to get better out than people will really come out in force when it’s actually enjoyable to…

Fargo New Life Volunteers Camp Out For A Cause During Blizzard

The event is part of Giving Hearts Day.

FARGO, N.D. – New Life Center volunteers camped out in a tent overnight as part of their efforts to raise awareness on homelessness. The volunteers headed to their tents at around 10 p.m. and say that it was pretty calm and temperatures were not too bad. They say everything changed around 3 a.m. when the wind started to pick up…

People Across Valley Digging Their Way Out After Winter Storm

One Fargo woman says this weekend storm had an impact on her business

  FARGO, N.D. — Sounds of snowblowers starting up and the sights of people pulling out their shovels for another weekend of cleaning out the driveway begins. For Meaghan Anderson, this isn’t her first rodeo in the valley during the winter. “This is my 2nd year in this house so I have lived in North Dakota since I was born…

Health Concerns Regarding Frigid Temperatures

Medical professionals say it's possible to get frostbite after 5 minutes of being outside in this cold weather

FARGO, N.D. — The frigid temperatures we’ll be experiencing over the next couple of days are accompanied with health concerns. Those at Sanford say frostbite is the number one concern when it comes to negative temperatures. Family nurse practitioner Autumn Nelson says dressing in layers and minimizing any exposed skin is key. The first signs of frostbite include redness, tingling…

Frozen Fans Excited For Sequel

Some didn't let the cold bother them anyway and dressed up as their favorite characters for the flick.

FARGO N.D. — Disney’s Frozen fans are not letting go on any of their excitement for the sequel out now. Kids, friends and families loaded up into the Century Cinema In Fargo to catch the sequel to one of the biggest box office hits. Some didn’t let the cold bother them anyway and dressed up as their favorite characters for…

Fargo-Moorhead Prepares for First Snow of the Season

They recommend drivers to go slowly, increase your following distance, and know your brakes.

FARGO-MOORHEAD- Fargo City Public Works Department has been busy all week preparing for the upcoming snow that is expected to hit. Every piece of equipment has been gone through and is all ready to go. The city always tackles snow emergency routes first, secondary routes and then neighborhoods. They recommend drivers to go slowly, increase your following distance, and know…

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…