Man Makes Plea Deal in Moorhead Home Invasion

Mudey and three others were arrested after breaking down an apartment door in the 1100 block of Belsly Boulevard

  MOORHEAD, Minn. — A man involved in a home invasion in Moorhead last October has reached a plea deal. Kaahin Mudey, 22, has pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting assault with a dangerous weapon. Other charges including kidnapping were dropped. He’ll be sentenced March 20. Mudey and three others were arrested after breaking down an apartment door in the…

Moorhead Liquor Businesses Weigh in on Potential Sunday Sales

One Moorhead Liquor Stores Thinks Sales Could Boost Business

MOORHEAD, Minn. — For the first time in the Minnesota history, a bill that would reverse the ban on selling liquor on Sundays has passed the house. A senate committee will take up the bill Wednesday. One business says it’s happy that its customers would be able to shop more conveniently. Minnesota is one of 12 states that currently bans…

Randklev’s Hat Trick Propels Spuds to Section Victory

Moorhead beats Rogers 6-0.

MOORHEAD, Minn. – Moorhead Spuds High School takes down the Rogers Royals in the first round of the section tournament by a final score of 6-0. Carter Randklev recorded a hat trick for the spuds scoring his 27th, 28th, and 29th goals of the season. Moorhead scored four goals in the second period after a scoreless first to secure the victory….

Moorhead Looking for Water Tower Artist

It's your chance to submit something you can show off to the city of Moorhead

MOORHEAD, Minn. — One lucky artist has the chance to have their work shown off in front of the city of Moorhead. Every few years the city water towers get repainted. People have the chance to submit artwork to be displayed on the tower rather than the traditional city logo. The Oakport tower will be the first to see this…

New Retail Chain Coming to Moorhead

The family owned company was founded in 1947 and currently has 39 stores in six states

  MOORHEAD, Minn. — A Minnesota-based home, farm and outdoor store is coming to Moorhead. Mayor Del Rae Williams says the retail chain Runnings will be moving into the former Kmart building along Highway 10 East. She says crews will be doing some work at the store this spring with an anticipated grand opening in the fall. Runnings is headquartered…

Homecoming: An F-M Family Reunites After 12 Years

A family who came here as refugees reunites after years of being away

FARGO, N.D. — A Moorhead family reunites after a federal judge put a halt to a temporary travel ban on refugees from Muslim majority countries. A mother and daughter from Iraq, who were detained in Turkey, have arrived in Fargo. We  caught up with family members as they waited at the airport. It’s a reunion they’ve been waiting on for…

Red River Diversion Project Begins This Week

The state of Minnesota and other opponents are fighting the project in court

  FARGO-MOORHEAD — Work will begin this week on the Red River diversion project for Fargo-Moorhead. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says Ames Construction of Burnsville is sending equipment to the site near Horace to conduct pre-construction studies for the diversion inlet. It will include a control structure with three gates to regulate flows into the diversion channel around…

Pickup Crashes Into Moorhead House

A pickup crashes into a house in Moorhead

A person was hurt after a pickup smashed into a house south of The Meadows golf course in Moorhead. The person was sitting in a recliner when the crash happened but is expected to be okay. Authorities say the driver suffered some type of medical issue and lost control. The driver and passenger weren’t hurt. Damage to the house is…

U.S. Travel Ban: Moorhead Family’s Relatives Detained in Turkey

The sister of a Moorhead woman coming as a refugee is being detained in Turkey

MOORHEAD, Minn. — A Moorhead woman is waiting for her sister and niece to arrive from Turkey after they are caught up in President Trump’s travel ban that is currently being decided by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. They’re coming as refugees from Iraq, originally set to arrive on Monday. It’s been the subject of protests and rallies…

Gearing Up for Farmers Market Season in the Red River Valley

After a winter hiatus vendors and organizations met up to discuss the 2017 season

FARGO, N.D. — We’re about halfway through winter and that means the F–M farmers market season is only a few months away. In preparation, members of the farmers market community gathered for their annual meeting. The event serves not only to refresh the memory of local vendors on rules and regulations surrounding farmers markets, but it also gives them an…