Hope

Homeless Population Moving from Armory to Community Center for Shelter

With these bitterly cold temperatures, some now using the shelter say they thought they had no choice but to stay out on the streets

DILWORTH, Minn. — Those who have been in need of shelter staying at the Moorhead Armory are now being moved to the Dilworth Community Center until the end of January. Churches United in Moorhead has been working closely with the city of Dilworth to provide a second housing option for those in need. With these bitterly cold temperatures, some now…

Sen. Al Franken: “I May Be Leaving the Senate, but I am Not Giving Up My Voice”

The 66-year-old senator spoke in Minneapolis to about 300 supporters, family members and friends about his time in office

  MINNEAPOLIS — As Minnesota Senator Al Franken departs on January 2nd after resigning from office amid sexual harassment allegations, he wants supporters to know he’s not resigning from the work. “Here is my promise to you,” Franken told a room of supporters. “I may be leaving the Senate, but I am not giving up my voice.” The 66-year-old senator…

Dick Beardsley Talks Staying Sober, Battling Addiction with First Step Recovery in Fargo

He says it's important to share his story and continue to inspire others to get better one day at a time

FARGO, ND — Dick Beardsley shares his personal story of hope and redemption with patients and supporters of First Step Recovery in Fargo. In February, Beardsley will be 21 years sober, after battling a prescription drug addiction. He says it’s important to share his story and continue to inspire others to get better one day at a time. He also…

Watch Out: A Reshipping Scam is Happening in the Metro

These websites are not only involving people in illegal activity but they are giving them false hope of employment

FARGO, ND — A recent reshipping scam has also come up in the metro that has put certain websites under suspicion. Individuals seeking a legitimate employment opportunity are getting wrapped up in a supply chain involving stolen merchandise, or merchandise paid for with stolen credit card information. These websites are not only involving people in illegal activity but they are…

Pink It Forward Given Generous Donation by Power of 100

Pink It Forward received nearly $14,000 from the Power of 100 Women Who Care of the Red River Valley

FARGO, ND — An organization made up of Breast cancer survivors is on the receiving end of a generous donation. Pink It Forward received nearly $14,000 from the Power of 100 Women Who Care of the Red River Valley. The mission of Pink It Forward is to provide hope and empowerment by enriching the lives of all those affected by…

Three Hurt After Vehicle Hydroplanes Along Interstate 94

Driver Had Cruise Control On When He Encountered Heavy Rain

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Three people were taken to Sanford after a driver hydroplaned on I-94 and hit an overhead sign support in the median. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says 71-year-old Alvin Jorgensen of Hope lost control about a quarter mile west of West Fargo just before 5 o’clock. He had his cruise control on at about 75 miles…

Man Accused Of Taking Pickup In Custody After Chase

Officers Found Justin Hatten After 90 Minute Search

JAMESTOWN, N.D. – A Milaca, Minnesota man is in custody after crashing a stolen pickup near Jamestown. Authorities arrested 28-year-old Justin Hatten after he lost control of the pickup on I-94 and fled into some nearby trees. Officers began a ground search around 9:40 Saturday night and found Hatten about ninety minutes later. They say the pickup had been stolen…

Thousands of Runners Hit the Streets for the Fargo Marathon

20,000 runners participated in the 13th Annual Fargo Marathon

FARGO, N.D. — It’s the race of the year in Fargo which brings in thousands of runners from across the country. Headphones in, shirt sleeves rolled up and runners were in their zone as they took off for the 13th annual Fargo Marathon. Runners had to wake up at the crack of dawn, but they still gathered the energy and…

Fargo Somalis Celebrate the Election of a New President

Somalis hope the new president ushers in a new era of peace for the African country

FARGO, N.D. — February 8th was an exciting day for Somalis as a new president was elected for the first time in 25 years. Somalis in area say they’re enthusiastic and hopeful after their new president, Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, stepped into office. “After 25 years of war, he’s the only person that out of all the Somalis in the world,…

Battling Cancer and States Away, Fargo Rallies Around One of its Own

At 25 years old, Kellen Summers was diagnosed with stage IV cancer; states away, his family and friends back home are doing what they can to lend a hand

A Fargo Native FARGO, N.D. — Many say Fargo is a tight-knit community. Kellen Summers and his wife, Vanessa, grew up in the Fargo area. They met through their love of theater at Fargo South High School, and their relationship remained strong through their graduation from Concordia College. They both established a deep connection to the F-M area, particularly in…