Project focuses on missing, murdered Indigenous peoples

OKLAHOMA CITY – Minnesota and five other states will participate in pilot projects to better coordinate investigative efforts surrounding cases of missing or murdered Indigenous peoples. Federal prosecutors announced the project, along with Principal Chiefs Chuck Hoskin, Jr. of the Cherokee Nation and David Hill of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation. The Department of Justice created protocols for all investigative agencies…

The F-M Community Marches For Missing And Murdered Indigenous People

A indigenous man spoke about a family tragedy that changed his life.

FARGO, N.D.- Native Americans in the region want their voices to be heard. “That’s why we’re crying out to the community, that’s why we’re trying to get awareness going, is there really is no real solid statistics. The closest thing that we have to statistics right now is in 2016 there was over 6,000 murdered, missing indigenous people and only…

Leaders Speak Out: Savanna’s Act Unanimously Passed in the Senate, Stopped in the House

The legislation is designed to improve access to crime databases and reporting missing and murdered Native Americans

FARGO, N.D. — Just weeks after Savanna Greywind was abducted and tragically killed, Savanna’s Act was introduced to the senate. Just last week it was unanimously passed, and now it’s come to a halt in the House. Just over a year after being introduced to the Senate, Democrat and Republican senators are agreeing; they want Savanna’s Act to pass. “It…

Greywind’s Speak Out at March for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

Savanna's father Joe says, "We're mad at the community, we're mad at the jurors. We're mad at the police."

  FARGO, N.D. — Community members are coming together to make a statement about the number of missing and murdered indigenous people. Among them is Savanna Greywind’s family. They spoke to KVRR’s Danielle Church for the first time after William Hoehn’s trial. The family shares their disappointment not just in Savanna’s case but why they expected more from the community. “We’re…

Rebuilding a Home of Hope: Habitat for Humanity Building Home on Site of Officer Moszer Shooting

It's the address officers responded to on the night of February 11th, 2016...the night an 11 hour standoff left Officer Jason Moszer dead from a gunshot wound

FARGO, ND — A new home is being built in Fargo at 309 9th Avenue. “Having that forever home is something that I’ve wanted to give my children ever since I had my first–born,” said Danielle John, the new homeowner. But it’s not just any home. This is an address that will forever be ingrained in the history of Fargo….