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Police identify man killed in motorcycle crash

DILWORTH, Minn. (KVRR/KFGO) – Dilworth police have released the name of a Dilworth man who died in a car-motorcycle crash over the  Labor Day weekend.  He was 33-year-old Joshua Johnson. The motorcycle Johnson was riding hit a vehicle that was westbound on Highway 10 at about 2:00 p.m. on Sunday Sept. 5. Police say Johnson was dead when he arrived at…

Fargo To Enact Mandatory Water Restrictions As Drought Persists

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo is enacting mandatory odd/even outdoor water restrictions effective at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, July 27. People with an odd-numbered address may use water as normal on odd-numbered dates and vice versa. There are no restrictions on essential water uses like showers and laundry. Fargo will remain in this latest drought response phase until further action is taken…

Fire damages Dilworth apartment building

DILWORTH, Minn. (KVRR/KFGO) – Several people were forced out of their apartments by a fire at a three-story apartment in Dilworth. Clay County Sheriff Mark Empting says Dilworth and Moorhead Fire Departments responded shortly after 8:30 a.m. Monday after a passerby reported seeing smoke coming from the roof of the building at 735 Center Ave. The fire was located in…

Walmart employee aids police in tracking down Moorhead mosque vandalism suspect

"This person in particular got it narrowed down to the time frame of when this incident happened and then gave that information to one of our detectives."

MOORHEAD, Minn. (KVRR) — Twenty-two-year-old Benjamin Enderle sits in a Clay County jail tonight, accused of vandalizing a Moorhead Mosque. His arrest is being credited to a Walmart store employee. “An investigator came out when the mosque had video ready for us and we started working on the case,” Moorhead Police Chief Shannon Monroe said. Monroe recounts how a Walmart…

Dilworth Police hand out emergency Stickers

Taking a neat idea from the Twin Cities

DILWORTH, Minn. – Dilworth Police decide to take a Twin Cities idea and make it their own. Starting as soon as next week Dilworth Police are offering stickers for residents to put at their door or gate displaying medical conditions. The hope is that with some information about conditions such as autism, dementia, or hearing impairment officers will be better…