Missouri

Person of Interest in Milnor Death Has Died in Missouri

The Random County State's Attorney says there was not sufficient evidence to charge Barry Wedge

CABOOL, Mo. — A man considered the primary person of interest in the death of a Milnor, North Dakota man earlier this year has died in Missouri. Ransom County State’s Attorney Fallon Kelly says there was not sufficient evidence to charge 42–year–old Barry Wedge in the February shooting death of 34–year–old William Galusha at the home the two shared in…

Astronaut From Fargo Selected For The Astronaut Hall of Fame

Jim Buchli was a member of four space flights.

Veteran astronaut Jim Buchli of Fargo has been selected for induction into the Astronaut Hall of Fame. Buchli was a member of four space flights. He has orbited the earth 319 times. He retired from the U.S. Marine Corps and the NASA Astronaut Office in 1992. He currently works with the Boeing Defense and Space Group in Houston. Janet Kavandi…

THE BUZZ: U.S. Air Force Causes Twitter Kerfuffle Between Minot Air Force Base and Base in Missouri

When the tweet received numerous responses on social media, the Air Force backed off its claim with a follow-up tweet

NATIONAL — The U.S. Air Force nearly stole Christmas when it got involved in a friendly Twitter feud between the Minot Air Force Base and Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri about which air fleet was better. Tweets from the official Air Force account said that if the two bases couldn’t get along, Santa Claus will “bring you nothing this…

Jamestown Animal Shelter Taking in Animals from Louisiana

The shelter is expected to get up to four dogs in the next week.

1/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 5/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 6/7 Show Caption Hide Caption 7/7 Show Caption Hide Caption JAMESTOWN, ND — Prairie Paws in Jamestown is getting animals from Louisiana shelters to make room for animals stranded by Harvey. The shelter is expected…

Valley City Couple Volunteering in Missouri to Help Flood Victims

The longtime Red Cross volunteers are heading to St. Louis

FARGO, N.D. — As flooding continues to make waves across Missouri communities, a Valley City couple set out to give victims a hand in their time of crisis. Paul and Barb Henke started their journey this morning, saying severe flooding is an issue their community knows all too well. The longtime Red Cross volunteers are using one of the organization’s…