Neighbors

Neighbors React to North Fargo Murder and Arson Case

One neighbor moved onto the street the day of the fire

FARGO, N.D. — Police identify the woman who was murdered in a North Fargo apartment that was on fire Thursday morning as 52-year-old Denise Anderson. Neighbor Tom Nygren moved onto the street the day of the fire. “I just came off break at work yesterday and first night there and the whole street’s blocked off, had no clue what was…

Neighbors in North Fargo Find Racist Flyers on Their Cars

One neighbor posted a note on Nextdoor about the flyers

FARGO, N.D. — Several neighbors near Roosevelt Elementary School and NDSU woke up to find racist flyers on their cars. One neighbor posted a note on Nextdoor that reads in part, “they include violent, racist imagery (including a noose) – please be watchful.” “It’s just really sad that it’s happening in our neighborhood, it’s disgusting, it’s unfortunate, but also as a…

Schools Locked Down During Search For South Fargo Burglary Suspect

Paul Kalal was taken to the Cass County Jail for two counts of burglary and an outstanding warrant

FARGO, N.D. –Fargo Police arrested a man Tuesday morning after a string of house break–ins in South Fargo. Around 8 a.m. officers Police came to the 1400 block of 11th Avenue South after a woman saw a man hiding in her basement. “They screamed, made a loud noise, the male got scared, exited the residence, and fled on foot,” said…

Savanna Greywind One Year Later: Looking Back on the Tragedy that Changed the Community

One year later, we look back on the ups and downs and shed light on missing and murdered indigenous women.

FARGO, N.D. — One year ago, the Fargo Police department asked for your help in finding missing 22 year old Savanna Greywind. One year later, we look back on the tragedy that many say changed the community and shed light on missing and murdered indigenous women. KVRR’s Jessie Cohen takes us through the ups and downs, the searches and the…

City Commission Votes to Demolish South Fargo House Deemed Too Dangerous to Live In

Neighbors say the house been an issue for years

FARGO, N.D. — One house in South Fargo will be no more after being deemed too dangerous to live in. On Monday night, the Fargo City Commission took action and voted to have the house demolished by the end of the month. “It’s gone through a continuing decline and deterioration. There have been no utilities over 10 years, load bearing walls…

One Woman Stabbed, Another Person Injured After a Fight Between Neighbors in North Fargo

Antoine Crowley says he moved into 115 7th Avenue North just three weeks ago when confrontation between the downstairs neighbors began

FARGO, N.D. — One woman was stabbed and another injured after a fight broke out between numerous neighbors in north Fargo. Antoine Crowley says he moved into 115 7th Avenue North just three weeks ago when confrontation between the downstairs neighbors began. Police are confirming that when the call came in from a bystander, they knew exactly who it was…

How to Stay Safe While Using Fireworks

Use water to prevent disposed fireworks from reigniting

WEST FARGO, N.D. — When you light fireworks on the Fourth of July, make sure you’re doing it with care. Firefighters say a key thing to remember when using fireworks is that everything that goes up must come down. Sparklers, which can heat up to over 1,200 degrees, can also be dangerous. “Children are the main users of sparklers. They’re intrigued…

Fargo Parks District is Bringing More than the Play Ground to Parks this Summer

Fargo Park District is hosting a series of Park It! events this summer where kids can come out to the park and create take–home arts and crafts

FARGO, N.D. — It’s not officially summer without some outdoor fun and the Xcellent Art Staff are bringing their creativity to the parks! Fargo Park District is hosting a series of Park It! events this summer where kids can come out to the park and create take–home arts and crafts. The fun activities move each week to different neighborhoods and…

“Sound the Alarm” Helps Residents Replace Smoke Alarms

The Red Cross partnered with fire departments to put on the event

WEST FARGO, N.D. — The American Red Cross teamed up with fire departments in the FM area to help people replace the smoke alarms in their homes. Groups of volunteers went door–to–door installing free smoke alarms, replacing batteries, and helping residents create escape plans. “We look at areas of the community that typically are on a fixed income, and areas that…

Hours Before Her Special Early Christmas Day Begins, West Fargo’s Debi Berger Passes Away

Debi, who was in hospice care, asked to experience the magic of Christmas one last time. Included is KVRR Reporter Danielle Church's original report

  WEST FARGO, ND — We have just received some sad news.  Debi Berger, the woman for whom the City of West Fargo was creating an early Christmas, has passed away. Debi, who was in hospice care, asked to experience the magic of Christmas one last time. Her daughter, Britney, and a group of family friends began asking neighbors to…