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Red River Cresting North of Drayton, Secondary Crests Continue

The National Weather Service says overland flooding continues along and near the Red River

As secondary crests continue from the recent snowmelt and rainfall, the Red River north of Drayton appears to have crested. The National Weather Service says overland flooding continues along and near the Red River. A secondary crest for Fargo-Moorhead has been lowered to 31.5 feet and is expected on Tuesday. Several roads including I-29 continue to be impacted due to…

High Speed Chase With Motorcycle Driver Ends When He Runs Out of Gas

Highway Patrol says Andrew Schroedermeier fled when a trooper attempted to stop him in Fargo

DRAYTON, N.D. — A motorcycle driver who led North Dakota troopers on a four-county chase on I-29 was arrested when he ran out of gas in Drayton. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says 21-year-old Andrew Schroedermeier fled when a trooper attempted to stop him early this morning for speeding through Fargo. Troopers attempted two other traffic stops, near Hillsboro and…

No Travel Advisory Lifted In Grand Forks

Witnesses Tell Us Numerous Vehicles Have Ended Up In The Ditches

1/5 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/5 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/5 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/5 File Photo Show Caption Hide Caption 5/5 Show Caption Hide Caption UPDATE 7:55 P.M. No Travel Advisory LIFTED in the Grand Forks area   The North Dakota Department of Transportation along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol have LIFTED a No Travel Advisory for…

Historic Church In Kittson County, MN Destroyed By Fire

Fire Chief Jordan Grundstrom, was first on the scene and says the church, more than 100 years old, was fully involved.

1/1 Show Caption Hide Caption DRAYTON, N.D. (KFGO) – Fire has destroyed a historic rural church in northwestern Minnesota. Stormy weather may have been the cause. The fire was reported shortly before 10 p.m. Sunday at the Skjeberg Lutheran Church, about 5 miles east of Drayton, North Dakota, across the Red River, in rural Kittson County, Minnesota. Because of its…

Neche Port of Entry Shut Down by Flood Waters

Floodwaters have forced the closure of Highway 18, shutting down the Neche Port of Entry

COURTESY: DEANNA NEWELL  NECHE, N.D. — The 2017 flood fight continues in the northern valley and the flood warning has been extended for the Pembina River at Neche. The area has been dealing with overland flooding for the past couple of weeks. It has forced the closure of Highway 18, shutting down the Neche Port of Entry. The county’s emergency…