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‘Down Home’ Helps Family Transition Into Permanent Housing

The family of five has a baby on the way

FARGO, N.D. — A new non–profit in the area called Down Home is helping families transition into permanent housing. They house those with limited resources who are referred through an agency. “I am feeling lots of feelings. Lots and lots of feelings. I’m very happy, I’m very grateful,” said Sheyann Ducheneaux, a housing recipient. “My husband and I have always felt called…

Will Both New Bars Receive Class Z Licenses?

Fargo City Commissioners were supposed to pick out of a hat but before that could happen, conversation sparked

FARGO, ND — The city of Fargo has an ordinance that says if there are more applicants than licenses available, they must have a drawing. Two businesses were in the running for a Class Z liquor license but both new bars may have a successful future. Which new bar will receive the one Class Z license available? “We’ve got two…

Gerber Baby with Down Syndrome is Inspiring Families in the Valley

It puts kids with Down syndrome in front of everybody and allows a conversation to happen

  FARGO, ND — A one–year–old is the first child with Down syndrome to be chosen as the Gerber baby. This adorable baby is giving inspiration to the world and to families right here in the valley. “Oh my gosh, look at this this is so cool, we are seriously breaking barriers and we are doing wonderful things,” said Tahnee…

Frisco is Feeling Like Fargo…Only in Texas

No green and gold inside Toyota Stadium quite yet, you won't see that for a few more days, but if you go just about anywhere in the city, you will see plenty of it

FRISCO, TX — We continue our coverage of the NDSU football team’s road to the national championship game in Frisco, Texas. Many of the Bison Faithful have already made their way down to Texas. No green and gold inside Toyota Stadium quite yet, you won’t see that for a few more days, but if you go just about anywhere in…

Jamestown’s Long Time City Administrator Is Retiring…Who Will Be Next?

City officials are set to interview three candidates on November 20th

  JAMESTOWN, ND — A nationwide search is narrowed down to three candidates to replace Jamestown’s long–time city administrator, Jeff Fuchs. Fuchs announced his retirement in July after serving the city for more than 40 years. City officials are set to interview three candidates on November 20th: They are Sarah Helleckson, a solid waste coordinator from Plymouth, Aaron Mitchell, finance…

Three Weeks and Had It! Prince George Not Impressed with School

But, like all kids, he is trying to make the most of it

GEORGE 2 GEORGE 1 GEORGE 3 LONDON — Maybe some kids…and even teachers around our area can get in line with a royal and say…they’ve had enough! Prince George, the oldest child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, has been going to school for the last three weeks and his parents say…he’s had it. Prince William, in talking to…

Petition to Demolish Apartment Building of Savanna Greywind, Neighbors Unhappy

They instead want this energy focused on putting up a permanent memorial for Savanna Greywind

FARGO, ND — Almost 2,000 people signed a petition to tear down the apartment complex where police said Savanna Greywind was kidnapped. The neighbors we spoke with all strongly disagree with the petition since they still live in the building. Christopher Miranda told us he wants this attention focused on putting up a permanent memorial for Greywind. The petition is…

Lawmakers Working to Get Unemployment Benefits for Former Workers of Minnesota Nightclub

The disclosure triggered a backlash, including much of its staff who walked out and several regular performers canceling gigs

  MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Several Minnesota lawmakers are pressing to ensure former staff at a shut-down Minneapolis nightclub gets unemployment benefits. Clubhouse Jager closed earlier this month amid an uproar over the owner’s $500 donation to former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke’s 2016 U.S. Senate campaign. The disclosure triggered a backlash, including much of its staff who walked out…

Deadwood Casino Owned by Kevin Costner Shuts Down

Midnight Star in Deadwood permanently closed its doors Tuesday, leaving about 40 full and part-time employees looking for work

MIDNIGHT STAR CASINO MIDNIGHT STAR CASINO MIDNIGHT STAR CASINO MIDNIGHT STAR CASINO MIDNIGHT STAR CASINO MIDNIGHT STAR CASINO DEADWOOD, SD — A casino owned by actor and director Kevin Costner has shut down after operating for 26 years in South Dakota. Midnight Star in Deadwood permanently closed its doors Tuesday, leaving about 40 full and part-time employees looking for work….

Water Main Break Shuts Down Traffic Until Friday

If you live in that neighborhood, you'll still be able to drive through.

  WEST FARGO, ND — Crews in West Fargo work to clean up after a water main break. It happened on Ninth Avenue West near Sheyenne Street. Water was restored to the area after 3 o’clock this afternoon. However, 9th Avenue West will be closed to through traffic from Sheyenne Street to 2nd Street West until the end of the…