Moorhead Area Public Schools eliminating bus options for some families amid driver shortage

MOORHEAD, Minn. (KVRR) – The Moorhead School Board makes busing changes for the upcoming school year because of a shortage of drivers. Families living within two miles of Horizon Middle School, Moorhead High School and private schools and those living one mile from elementary schools will not be able to have their kids bussed to school. Bus capacity on some…

Dozens Of Cars Line Up For 2nd Day Of Drive-Thru Food Truck Festival

Staff are also reminding people to donate and take advantage of the 5 dollar ticket that you can purchase for front line and essential workers.

FARGO, N.D. — It’s the 2nd day of the Drive Thru Food Truck and business continues to grow. Dozens of cars lined up inside the parking lot at the North Dakota Horse Building waiting for their turn to place an order for some food. All staff are required to wear face masks and gloves at all time and practice social…

Snow Piled Up Is Causing Visibility Issues For Drivers

A company is working round the clock to clear paths for homeowners.

FARGO, N.D. – Because of the amount of snow we’ve received during the last couple of weeks, snow banks of up to four feet have piled up on many areas of the region. “Today, we’re hauling snow on a residential. Big snow piles on the end of the driveways, make it hard for people to see when they’re backing up….

Back to School Road Safety Tips for Drivers

It's the first day back to class for West Fargo Public Schools

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Going back to school isn’t just an exciting time for teachers and students. “Summer was fun for everybody it appears, but it’s time to be back. Time to learn, time to grow. It’s great to be back in the buildings.” Todd Pearson is an elementary School Resource Officer for the West Fargo School District. “I come…

West Fargo Public Works Estimates Filling 2,000 Potholes By End of Summer

The city prioritizes its snow emergency routes, schools, and severely impacted areas when filling potholes

WEST FARGO, N.D.– Drivers in the metro are facing the impacts of potholes this spring on their vehicles. A West Fargo Public Works street foreman estimates filling nearly 2,000 potholes by the end of summer. The city prioritizes its snow emergency routes, schools, and severely impacted areas when filling potholes. The department also uses permanent pothole filler. The department has…

I-94 and Sheyenne Street Closures Keep Drivers on Their Toes in West Fargo

Areas of Sheyenne Street are set to close on Wednesday evening at 8

WEST FARGO, N.D.– Road closures on I-94 and Sheyenne Street are keeping drivers on their toes this week. Sheyenne Street is set to close between 21st Avenue West and 26th Avenue West on Wednesday evening at 8. This closure will allow crews to work on the diversion channel bridge and is expected to open back up on Thursday morning at…

Study Finds North Dakota Has Worst Drivers in the Country

The analysis is based on at-fault violations

FARGO, N.D. — Usually a number one ranking is something to be proud of, but not if your state is the worst at something. A study by Insurify ranks North Dakota drivers as the worst in the country. The study asks people if they’ve been ticketed for something like speeding or reckless driving or have had a DUI in the past seven…

Number of Uber Drivers, Prices Affected By Blizzard Conditions

Some drivers are having car troubles themselves

FARGO, N.D. — The conditions outside mean fewer Uber drivers are on the road and that means it’ll cost you more to use the service. Some drivers can’t get their own cars to start or can’t get their cars through the snow. The weather means good business for the ones who are able to drive. One Uber driver, Dan Haglund, says…

North Dakota Senate Passes Bill that Would Toughen Seat Belt Laws

North Dakota is one of 15 states requiring drivers to have a second offense to be pulled over

NORTH DAKOTA — In North Dakota, you can’t get pulled over for not wearing your seat belt unless you have another offense. A new bill moving through the legislature would make you see flashing lights if you’re not buckled up. The bill narrowly passed the Senate 24–23 and now moves to the House for a vote. “If I see somebody who’s…