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Border Patrol Officer Killed In Car Crash Last Year Honored In Washington, D.C.

Christopher Bacon was stationed at the National Air Security Operations Center in Grand Forks

1/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 5/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 6/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 7/7 Show Caption Hide Caption WASHINGTON, D.C. — A U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officer who lost his life in a car crash last year was honored last week in Washington,…

Honor Flight Brings Veterans to Washington, D.C.

90 veterans from North Dakota, Minnesota and South Dakota traveled together

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Ninety area veterans are in Washington, D.C. to see the memorials that have been created to honor them as part of the North Dakota, Minnesota Honor Flight. The majority of these veterans served during the Korean War but the trip also includes 16 World War II veterans. These veterans from North Dakota, Minnesota and South Dakota arrive…

Honor Flight Lands In Washington, D.C.

KVRR Will Have Complete Coverage Online And On The Air

WASHINGTON, D.C. — KVRR’s Rob Kupec has joined the latest Honor Flight of ND/MN in Washington, D.C. Watch for Rob’s coverage on the KVRR Facebook page and on KVRR Local News Sunday and Monday. We’ll meet some of the veterans and share their stories. Watch Rob’s Facebook like of their arrival early Sunday morning here.     Categories: Local News,…

“Slamabama” Honored During National Police Week In Washington, D.C.

Band Honors Fallen Officers Including Jason Moszer With Song "Water Tower: Gone But Not Forgotten"

FacebookWASHINGTON, D.C. — Popular local band “Slamabama” is honored during National Police Week observances in Washington, D.C. “In appreciation of your contribution to dedicated and continuous support for fallen law enforcement officers and their families across the nation. You exemplify your song and motto “Gone But Not Forgotten”. We are grateful for your recognition of Washington state Fraternal Order of…

Minnesota Teacher of the Year Skips White House Visit With President Trump

Kelly Holstine teaches at an alternative high school in Shakopee

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Two state teachers of the year from Minnesota and Kentucky have skipped a White House ceremony to protest the Trump administration’s education policies. Kelly Holstine of Shakopee, Minnesota and Jessica Duenas of Kentucky decided not to attend the ceremony in D.C. including an Oval Office visit. Holstine teaches English at an alternative high school in Shakopee. She says…

Entire NDSU Bison Football Team Heading To The White House On Monday

KVRR's Keith Albertson Is In Washington, D.C. To Cover The Team's Trip And Meeting With President Donald Trump

WASHINGTON, D.C. — You can bet the majority of NDSU’s football team is heading to bed or already sound asleep at this hour. That’s because the entire team and coaching staff is heading for Washington, D.C. around 4:30 Monday morning to meet the president. We sent KVRR Sports Director Keith Albertson there a day early to cover the trip. Keith said:…

Next Honor Flight Out of Hector International Airport In Fargo Is Scheduled

Around 90 veterans will be included in this next trip

FARGO, ND — The next Veterans Honor Flight of North Dakota/Minnesota is set! The flight will depart Hector International Airport on Sunday morning May 19 and return Monday night on May 20. Around 90 veterans will be included in this next trip to see the memorials in their honor in Washington, D.C. They are still taking applications from veterans who have…

Local Girls Honored With The Prudential Spirit of Community Award

Olivia Allen: Cheney Middle School; Ishika Gupta: Davies High School; Annika Kovar: Perham High School

Two girls who KVRR news has featured for their cultural and fundraising efforts are getting some national attention. Olivia Allen and Ishika Gupta have been recognized as North Dakota’s top youth volunteers of 2019 by the Prudential Spirit of Community Award program. Olivia is a sixth grader at Cheney Middle School. Ishika is a senior at Davies High School. Olivia…

Body of U.S. Marine From MN Returns Home

The body of 20-year-old Lance Cpl. Riley Kuznia of Karlstad, Minnesota, was flown into the Fargo, North Dakota, airport late Thursday and turned over to his family.

Officials have identified the Marine killed in a New Year’s Day shooting at a barracks in Southeast, D.C. as 20-year-old Riley Kuznia  FARGO, ND– The body of a U.S. Marine from Minnesota who was fatally shot at the Marine Barracks in Washington, D.C., has been returned to his hometown for memorial services. The body of 20-year-old Lance Cpl. Riley Kuznia…

Fargo Man Sentenced For Sexual Abuse Of One-Year-Old Child

Arranged Meeting With Man From Las Vegas To Assault Child In Moorhead

A Fargo man is sentenced to 35 years in prison after setting up a meeting with a Las Vegas man in Moorhead where they both sexually assaulted a one-year-old child. 36-year-old Dustin Kewley first came to the attention of authorities when he began communicating with an undercover officer in Washington, D.C. After he sent a child porn video, the local…