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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…

Behind the Scenes at Fargo’s Chick-fil-A

Management says they're excited to show everyone the hospitality her location will have to offer

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo is just a week away from being the second city in North Dakota to have a Chick-fil-A. They opened their doors for a few hours today to help train some of the team members as they get ready for opening day. Kimberly Flamm was selected as the local owner and operator of Fargo’s Chick-fil-A. She says…

Fargo’s Blaze Pizza Opens, Giving Away Free Pizza Until 11 P.M.

The line started around 10 a.m. inside and was all the way out the door by noon

FARGO, ND — Blaze Pizza is officially open and to celebrate, they’re giving away free pizzas. The line started around 10 a.m. inside and was all the way out the door by noon. The only requirement is that you have to follow Blaze Pizza on any social media page such as Facebook or Twitter. One of the franchisees at Blaze…

Fargo Police Reviewing Surveillance Video of Break-In at Shotwell Floral

It was when the store's owner showed up for work this morning that he noticed something had happened

FARGO, ND — Police are investigating a burglary at a Fargo floral shop. A burglar broke into Shotwell Floral at 4000 40th Street South overnight. Police are reviewing surveillance video from inside the building. It was when the store’s owner showed up for work this morning that he noticed something had happened. “Saw a few things not right and that’s…

Lawmakers Working to Get Unemployment Benefits for Former Workers of Minnesota Nightclub

The disclosure triggered a backlash, including much of its staff who walked out and several regular performers canceling gigs

  MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Several Minnesota lawmakers are pressing to ensure former staff at a shut-down Minneapolis nightclub gets unemployment benefits. Clubhouse Jager closed earlier this month amid an uproar over the owner’s $500 donation to former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke’s 2016 U.S. Senate campaign. The disclosure triggered a backlash, including much of its staff who walked out…

Fargo Police Track Down Missing Restaurant Owner

A Fargo detective followed up with a lead and another agency made personal contact

Fargo Police DepartmentFARGO, ND — Fargo Police say the owner of multiple restaurants who was reported missing in May, has been found. Rodolfo Garcia owns three Romo’s Mexican Restaurant locations and the now closed Magnolia’s restaurant in downtown Fargo. A Fargo detective followed up with a lead and another agency made personal contact. Garcia says he is fine but does…

Hibbing Police Investigating Homicide of Business Owner

Authorities say Nelson was a long-time Hibbing resident and business owner

  HIBBING, Minn. — Police say the man found dead in a house in Hibbing is a homicide victim. They say 60-year-old Brian Nelson was stabbed and was found dead in a house behind The Bottle Shop liquor store Monday. Authorities say Nelson was a long-time Hibbing resident and business owner. Police say the Minnesota BCA is assisting with the…

Judge: North Dakota Owes Former Owner of Fargo Horse Betting Business $13 Million

The former owner of a horse betting business is owed $13 million after her conviction for illegal gambling was overturned

COURTESY: KFGO  NORTH DAKOTA — Susan Bala has a big check coming to her from the state of North Dakota. The former owner of a horse betting business is owed $13 million after her conviction for illegal gambling was overturned. A federal bankruptcy judge ruled the state must refund Bala the money it collected for taxes. The founder of Racing…