driving

Fargo Police Department Arrest Man For DUI After Finding Vehicle Flipped Sideways On Roadside

Doyle gave 2 to 3 very different stories in a short amount of time and denied driving or knowing anything about the crash, but admitted he had quite a bit to drink.

FARGO, N.D. — It’s a dangerous reminder if your not driving sober you will be pulled over. That’s what 26-year-old Christoper James Doyle found out after Fargo police say he flipped his car just after 3am on Saturday. Officers were dispatched to Main Ave and 2nd St for a white Buick SUV on its side A witness gave a detailed…

Roads Are Not Expected To Be Too Busy During Memorial Weekend

COVID-19 has impacted the travels of many who were hoping to celebrate with family and friends.

NORTH DAKOTA & MINNESOTA – Despite COVID-19, The Minnesota State Patrol is expecting a high travel rate during memorial weekend. “When you look at statistics overall, memorial weekend is a very busy travel weekend and you know, despite everything that’s going on right now in the world, will there be more traffic? I think potentially there will be and it’s…

Fargo Car Business Runs Convoy Of Jeeps For Healthcare Workers

The convoy is corralling its way to the Sanford Medical Center on 23rd Ave S and then to Essentia Health-Fargo on 32nd Ave S

FARGO, N.D. — At Corwin Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram in Fargo Jeeps of all sizes are being loaded up and decorated with signs and images in support of healthcare workers. The convoy is corralling its way to the Sanford Medical Center on 23rd Ave S and then to Essentia Health-Fargo on 32nd Ave S. “I know some people who are…

City Of Fargo Asking People To Not Park Downtown Overnight

This includes all avenues between 1st Ave. S. and 6th Ave. N. from 2nd St. to University Drive

FARGO, N.D. — The City Of Fargo is asking people to clear out of downtown overnight as plows try and clean the area. Starting at 2 AM vehicles parked in downtown district avenues will be impounded to ensure that the plows can get their job down. This includes all avenues between 1st Ave. S. and 6th Ave. N. from 2nd…

Driving Conditions Leave Some Truck Drivers Stuck in Fargo

One truck driver was headed to Forest River, but extreme weather made it impossible to leave

  FARGO, N.D.- Melvin Ott was headed north to refill the truck after doing a delivery, but weather conditions changed those plans. “I was delivering yesterday off exit 69, about six miles up the road and I was suppose to go to Forest River to reload yesterday and couldn’t make it. It’s too dangerous,” says Ott. He says road conditions…

State Patrol Warns Drivers To Stay Off Snow Covered Roads

Officers are saying you need to think twice before heading out on the roads.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Blistering winds and idle cars burying under inches and inches of snow lined the streets as the valley and across the states of Minnesota and North Dakota got rocked with a massive blizzard. Due to the weather causing roads to become dangerous. Travel advisories have been placed across the region. Officers are saying you need to think…

Ride Along With Fargo Public Works Snow Plowers

Drivers Are Being Encouraged To Give Plows Plenty Of Space When Working

FARGO N.D. — Garret Bax has been plowing the streets of Fargo for over 4 years now, “It was pretty new to me but I like it a lot,” Bax said. During the winter Bax can be driving plows like these for 12 hour shifts to make sure the roads are clean and safe. “Yeah especially last winter when your…

It’s Now Illegal To Hold A Phone While Driving in MN

The State is the 19th One to Implement This Law

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Minnesota drivers are no longer able to use their phones behind the wheel, unless it’s through voice command or single touch. “I don’t know if the rule would be followed as much as I hope it would be because, you know, they can’t pull over everyone,” said Koby Kooren of Moorhead. It looks like they might…

Hands-Free Law to Take Effect in Minnesota on August 1

Drivers can use their phones as long as its not in their hands

MINNESOTA –The hands–free law will go into effect in just over a month in Minnesota. Before you get on the road, the Minnesota Department of Public Safety says you should start keeping the hands-free law in mind now. “It does require a cultural change. It’s a habit change, it’s a behavior change. They say it takes about thirty days for…