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Salvation Army Working to Keep Kids Warm this Winter

Organizers say they are planning to serve about 500 families by the end of the winter gear distribution

MOORHEAD, Minn.– With winter just around the corner, the Salvation Army is distributing winter gear to keep everyone warm. The annual Coats for Kids and Families distribution is happening through Thursday at the Salvation Army Activity Center in Moorhead. Qualifying families can also register for a free Thanksgiving food box. Organizers say they are planning to serve about 500 families…

Police: Abandoned Baby Boy Found Outside of Sioux Falls Church Likely Left Overnight in Rain

The little boy, believed to be two and a half months old, is doing well and is now in protective custody. KDLT Reporter Anndrea Anderson Reports.

SIOUX FALLS, SD — Employees at a downtown Sioux Falls church made a startling discovery early yesterday morning. A baby, in a car seat, right at their front door. The little boy, believed to be only about two and a half months old, is doing well and is now in protective custody. “My first thought is the parents might be…

What is a Hardiness Zone?

Gardening in a Colder Climate

Meteorologist Scott Sincoff takes a look at what Hardiness Zones are and how they impact people in the Red River Valley: Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: CLIMATE, cold, crop, crops, farming, gardening, growing season, hardiness, hardiness zone, usda, weather, ZONE

Health Matters: Know the Signs of RSV

Most cases of RSV go away on their own, but it could lead to something serious if left untreated.

You may not know what respiratory syncytial virus is, but you’ve likely had it. If severe cases are left untreated, it could result to something serious. Most babies will get the respiratory illness that may look like a cold and most of the time, it goes away on its own. However, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be paying attention because…

Pothole Repairs Won’t Last Thanks to Weather

The potholes usually don't appear at this rate until at least March

You may not even notice one until you drive over it. The city of Fargo is getting an early start on pothole repairs this season. “It’s earlier than we’re used to,” said Lee Anderson with Fargo Public Works. Anderson says potholes usually don’t start happening at this rate until at least March. He adds as the weather changes, it’s almost as if…