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BNSF Train Hits Car Near Page, ND

NEAR PAGE, N.D. –┬áNo one is hurt after a BNSF train hits a car stuck in the snow at a railroad crossing near Page, North Dakota Friday morning. It happened half a mile south of town on State Highway 38. The North Dakota Highway Patrol says three people were trying to push the vehicle out of the way when the…

Therapy Dogs Helping Young Readers Gain Confidence in their Skills

By the end of each story, the kids are better readers than when they walked in

WEST FARGO, N.D. — When you’re young, speaking in front of a crowd or reading in a classroom can be intimidating. But KVRR’s Jessie Cohen tells us how one local dog is helping kids get over that fear and become better readers. When reading a story, the tall tales are not always about the beginning, middle or end. It’s about…

Arthur’s Barn Destroyed by Fire, Crews Still on Scene Battling Flames

Firefighters say Johnson's Barn, on State Highway 18, is fully engulfed in flames

1/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 4/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 5/6 Show Caption Hide Caption 6/6 Show Caption Hide Caption ARTHUR, ND — Multiple fire crews from Casselton, Arthur, Page, Hunter and other surrounding communities are on scene of a fire north of Arthur. Firefighters say Arthur’s Barn, on State…

Minnesota Boy Dies After Tree Holding Hammock Falls on Him

The sheriff says Michalek died at the scene

BIG LAKE, Minn. — A five-year-old boy is dead after what authorities call a “freak accident.” Edward Michalek was playing on a hammock with his siblings when the seven foot tree the hammock was attached to uprooted and fell on top of him. It happened Tuesday night in Sherburne County. The sheriff says Michalek died at the scene. A GoFundMe…

Lynnette’s Story: Surviving a Heart Attack She Didn’t Know She Was Having

Lynnette went through the whole weekend without realizing she was having a heart attack.

The Go Red for Women luncheon in Fargo highlights a local heart attack survivor. We heard from someone who didn’t even realize she was at risk. “I loved taking care of the patients, I loved the families, I loved the adrenaline rush that you’d get working in the critical care,” said Lynnette Anderson, who lives in Page. “I took care…