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Concordia College Professor Displays Photography at Hector Intl Airport

The art will be up at Hector International Airport for three months.

FARGO, N.D-  An English Professor at Concordia College displays the exhibit “Trains, Plains, and No Automobiles” at Hector International Airport as part of the ArtWORKS program. A skilled photographer and passionate traveler, Scott Olsen has used all modes of transportation to embark on his long distance journeys except one. “Train ride,” Olsen said. It was a long time dream that…

FEMA Will Help With Mobile Hospitals

The Latest on the coronavirus pandemic, which has infected more than 328,275 people and killed more than 14,300. The COVID-19 illness causes mild or moderate symptoms in most people, but severe symptoms are more likely in the elderly or those with existing health problems. More than 95,650 people have recovered so far, mostly in China. TOP OF THE HOUR: — Republican Sen….

Omar Asks for Light Sentence for Man who Threatened Her

Patrick Carlineo faces up to 10 years in prison when he is sentenced in February.

MINNEAPOLIS–U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota is asking a federal judge to show compassion in sentencing a New York man who threatened to kill her. Omar wrote in a letter Tuesday that a lengthy sentence for Patrick Carlineo Jr. would likely only “increase his anger and resentment.” She says he should instead be given a chance to “make amends and…

Jeffrey Epstein Has Died Overnight By Suicide

CNN — Jailed multimillionaire financier and accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein died overnight by suicide, according to two law enforcement sources. He was taken from New York’s Metropolitan Correctional Center at 3:30 a.m. Saturday in cardiac arrest and died at an area hospital, the sources told CNN. Epstein, 66, had been jailed since early July, when he pleaded not guilty to…

Two North Dakota Students Ace The ACT

Kirsten Baesler says the entire state should be proud of Seth Benson and Millicent Schwartz

BISMARCK, ND — Praise is coming from the North Dakota School Superintendent for two students who scored a perfect 36 on their ACT college entrance exams. Kirsten Baesler says the entire state should be proud of Seth Benson and Millicent Schwartz. Benson graduated from Sheyenne High School in West Fargo and is already attending basic training at the U.S. Military…

Disabled Veteran Says Medical Marijuana Prices Are Too High, State & Company Leaders Respond

The Botanist In Fargo is operated by Acreage Holdings based out of New York

FARGO, ND — It took years for North Dakota to establish its medical marijuana program which was approved by voters in 2016. Now that it’s up and running, with one dispensary open in Fargo, some people are saying the cost is just too high for those who really need the drug. Tom Schmidtgal is on a mission he says to educate…

Local Boy’s Wheelchair Trampoline Video Spreads Across The Country And The World

The story KVRR did with Wyatt, his family and TNT has been seen across the country including on stations from New York to Miami

FARGO, ND — A heartwarming video of little 4-year-old Wyatt Burggraff of Moorhead and his trainer Nate at TNT Kid’s Fitness has spread across the country and around the globe. It first went viral on social media and is now up to more than 6 million views on TNT’s Facebook page. The story KVRR did with Wyatt, his family and…

Sheriffs Laney And Kirchmeier Named In Mutli-Million Dollar DAPL Lawsuit

Sophia Wilansky of New York claims that officers launched an explosive which nearly severed her hand

FARGO, ND — Cass County Sheriff Paul Laney is one of four people named in a Dakota Access Pipeline protest lawsuit. Sophia Wilansky of New York claims that officers launched an explosive which nearly severed her hand. She is seeking “millions of dollars” in damages to be determined at trial. Wilansky is suing Laney, Morton County Sheriff Kyle Kirchmeier, North…

THE BUZZ: Furry Upscale Cookie Bandit Gets the Jump on New York’s Finest

Officers found the bandit in the kitchen eating cookies when they arrived on scene

BROCKPORT, New York — New York often brags about having the finest police force in the world and you’d be hard pressed to get the jump on them. But while responding to a home break-in, that’s exactly what happened and it was all caught on the officer’s body camera. The Brockport Police Department in upstate New York released body cam…

Toy Hall of Fame Inducts Three New Members

Three "clues" to get you going for this story

  NATIONAL — It was three toys, in Rochester New York, at the Toy Hall of Fame. Three “clues” to get you going for this story. The Toy Hall of Fame inducted three new toys into the museum: The Wiffle Ball, the paper airplane and the board game “Clue.” Museum officials say with games becoming more complex with cell phones…