DNR Beginning Phased Reopening Of Campgrounds in Minnesota

The DNR will open 75 remote campsites in state parks for use Memorial Day weekend, most of which have existing reservations. Another 80 remote sites are expected to be ready by next Friday.

MINNESOTA — The DNR says they are beginning a phased reopening of its campgrounds. The DNR is allowing dispersed and remote camping at state forests and some parks. “Dispersed camping is for hardy campers who are used to camping without amenities so you do have to pack in and pack out everything,” Assistant Communications Director for the Office Of Communication…

Man Accused of Firing At Officers And Into The Radisson Faces Five Felony Charges

54-year-old Henry Aiken remains in the Cass County Jail

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo man who fired shots at officers and into the lobby of the Radisson early Friday morning is charged with five felony counts. 54-year-old Henry Aiken is charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault, terrorizing, reckless endangerment and unlawful possession of a firearm. Bond was set at $500,000. Officers were dispatched just before 4 a.m. on Friday…

Moorhead Police Sergeant to Run Fargo Marathon in Uniform

He's doing it to honor those killed in the line of duty

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Thousands of people will be running in the Fargo Marathon, and everyone has their own reason for taking part. Moorhead Police Sergeant Scott Kostohryz says his favorite part of running marathons, other than the finish line, is hearing the stories about why people participate. “Everyone’s got a reason to run. Nobody wakes in the morning and says, ‘I’m…

Footprints in the Snow Lead Moorhead Police to Prowler

Officers responded to suspicious activity in the 600 block of 41st Avenue South

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Footprints in the snow led Moorhead officers to an early morning prowler. Officers were called to the 600 block of 41st Avenue South around 2 a.m. after a homeowner reported hearing noises outside and noticed fresh footprints around the house. Officers were able to track the prints to the 800 block of Belsly Boulevard where they found…

Fargo Police Department To Debut New Music Video

It's the follow-up to last year's video called "Unity"

FARGO, N.D. — You may remember a music video Fargo Police put out last year called “Unity,” and now, there’s a follow–up. Next week, police will debut their new music video called “It’s Time.” The video shows officers interacting with the community with everyone from kids to politicians to businesses. It has been in the works since July. Last year’s video…

Police Arrest Woman in Fargo Hotel Stabbing

41-year-old Sunnie Darville, of Fargo, was taken into custody

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo officers arrest one woman after responding to a stabbing at a hotel. Forty-one-year-old Sunnie Darville, of Fargo, was taken into custody after responding officers found a man with a stab wound to his forearm. It happened at the Woodspring Suites at 1090 35th Street North around 1:30 this afternoon. The man’s injuries are non-life threatening. Darville…

West Fargo Police Explorer Post Lets Youth Get a Taste of Law Enforcement

The program goes through the majority of what's covered at the police academy

WEST FARGO, N.D. — If you know someone who’s in high school or college who might be interested working in law enforcement, they can start exploring early. The West Fargo Police Explorer Post lets young people get a taste of the field. “Growing up in the field, it’s kind of hard field to turn away from when you’re brought up in…

One Man Dead and Two Officers on Administrative Leave After Shooting in Grand Forks

We do know that when police showed up on scene, two people were near the intersection of 22nd Street and 24th Avenue

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — One man is dead and two officers are on administrative leave after a shooting in Grand Forks. “At 3:17 am on July 8th, 2018 grand forks police officers were dispatched to the 2200 block of south 22nd street in response to a report of a suicidal subject armed with a fire arm,” said Chief Mark Nelson…

Becker County Law Enforcement Officers Host Annual Run for Special Olympics

Law enforcement officers from the Becker County area are raising awareness for Special Olympics Minnesota

BECKER COUNTY, Minn. – Law enforcement officers from the Becker County area are raising money and awareness for Special Olympics Minnesota. The Torch Run for Special Olympics is a way for officers to participate in an international organization for those with special needs. The torch run started on Highway 10 near the Clay County border and finished at the Otter…

F-M Metro Honors Fallen Officers

129 law enforcement officers were killed in the line of duty last year

FARGO, N.D. — There’s only one thing law enforcement officers say they fear when they wake up every morning. “It is the fear every morning you kiss your kids goodbye, that you know that could be the day you don’t come home to your family. It’s something that we think about every day,” said West Fargo Police chief Heith Janke….