Minneapolis High School Football Players to Hit the Super Bowl Field Before NFL Players

Not only do they get to be on the field, they get a load of extras

  MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — A group of Minneapolis high school football players will get a chance to step onto a Super Bowl field before any of the NFL players. Super Bowl officials approached players at Minneapolis North High School and asked them to work out plays to help NBC workers practice camera work and lighting. Not only do they get…

Suspects Tied to Missing Fargo Woman’s Case Stop Cooperating with Authorities

Brooke Crews and William Hoehn remain in the Cass County Jail

FARGO, ND — Fargo Police say it took a lot of manpower to get this far in the Greywind investigation, but the suspects connected to the case have stopped talking. While volunteers continue to search on their own for any sign of Savanna Greywind, Fargo police continues to work their investigation into her disappearance. “Thirty-five detectives, four sergeants, two lieutenants,…

Social Inclusion Class Welcomes All at Fargo North High School

Greeters shared high fives and held encouraging signs while dancing to music

FARGO, ND — The first day enrollment for the Fargo Public School District is up 175 students from last year at 11,440. At Fargo North, a group of high school students encouraged a positive, inclusive environment on the first day of classes. A dozen students from a social inclusion class got to school early to welcome kids in the school’s…

HS Roundup: Sheyenne Softball Cruises, Shanley Splits with North Baseball

North splits with Shanley in baseball.

FARGO, N.D. — In high school softball on Thursday Fargo North (12-7) fell to Sheyenne (14-8) 11-4. In baseball, Shanley defeated North in game one of a double header 1-0, but the Spartans defeated the Deacons in game two 2-1. Fargo North baseball wraps up its regular season on Saturday against Aberdeen Central. Shanley finishes its regular season on Friday…

Fargo Police Arrest Suspected Burglar After Public Tip

An employee of a cleaning crew nearby spotted Bollum and called police

  FARGO, ND — A tip from the public led Fargo police to bust a suspected burglar early this morning. Police arrested 20-year-old Will Bollum of Fargo, after a witness said he tossed a rock through the glass window of a business in the 1200 block of Page Drive, then reached in, opened the locked door and entered the building….

Students Encourage their Peers to “Listen to the Environment”

Fargo North students sold miniature cacti to raise awareness for the environment ahead of Earth Day

FARGO, N.D. — Earth Day is this Saturday and students at Fargo North High School are getting a jump start on the event. The school’s environment club is selling miniature succulent plants and cacti and entering students into a drawing to win a pair of Beats headphones. It’s all a part of the club’s message to help students to listen…

Lawmakers Approve Changes to ND Medical Marijuana Bill

The amended bill goes to Gov. Burgum's desk for his signature

BISMARCK, N.D. — North Dakota legislators have approved changes to the state’s medical marijuana bill which was passed by voters last November and Gov. Burgum said he’ll sign it. Senators approved regulations to the bill with a two-thirds majority vote. Under the changes, North Dakota can have up to two growers and eight dispensaries statewide. The organization in charge of…

HS Baseball Roundup: Pugliano’s 11 Strikeouts lead South to Victory

South, West Fargo, North pick up victories.

FARGO, N.D. — Thursday was jam packed with high school baseball action as many area teams played in their home openers. The Fargo South Bruins picked up an 8-0 win over Valley City. Senior Andy Pugliano threw a complete game 1-hitter for the Bruins. He also struck out 11 Hi-Liner hitters. In other action, West Fargo defeated Wahpeton twice in…