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High Risk Sex Offender Has New Home in Fargo

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — A high risk sex offender has a new address in Fargo. Police tell us 41-year-old Cory Harmon is living at 1122 2nd Avenue South #6. He was convicted in 2011 in Richland County for luring a minor by computer and possession of child porn. Harmon has to register as a sex offender for life. Categories: Local…

Fargo police begin training on use of body cameras

FARGO (KVRR/KFGO) – Fargo police officers begin training Wednesday with new body cameras, which are expected to be ready for street use soon.  In October, the in-car video and interview room video will be integrated into the same camera system. Police Chief David Zibolski says those with the rank of lieutenant and below will be equipped with body cameras. The…

Fallen Fargo Police officer’s children presented with education scholarship at Moorhead Cruise Night

MOORHEAD, Minn. (KVRR) – It was a special evening at Moorhead Cruise Night on Thursday for the family of fallen Fargo Police officer Jason Moszer. His kids were presented with a $3,000 scholarship to help them continue their educations. It was made possible through a partnership between Gateway Chevrolet and the founder of Moorhead Cruise Night Bill Bartholomay. Officer Moszer…

Fargo nightclub’s liquor license remains suspended, hearing is suddenly canceled

FARGO (KVRR) – The Fargo Liquor Control Board abruptly canceled a special meeting on Tuesday to discuss issues surrounding the Africa International Restaurant and Nightclub. In July, The Fargo City Commission suspended the nightclub’s liquor license for 60 days.  Police Chief Dave Zibolski noted several public safety concerns including underage patrons, the potential for over-intoxication and guns on the premises….

Fargo Police host annual Fargo United event

"We're hoping to just build trust with anyone, all community members of all ages to let them know that we as a police department we really appreciate the community in general.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Fargo Police officers are trying to build positive relationships with the people they serve through their annual Fargo United event. Members of the Fargo Police Department are lacing up their shoes, not for work, but for a game of basketball. “We’re hoping to just build trust with anyone, all community members of all ages to let…