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Community pulls together at funeral service for West Fargo Lt. Adam Gustafson

WEST FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – Family, friends, colleagues and strangers pull together to honor the life of fallen West Fargo Lt. Adam Gustafson, who died from a heart attack last week. A contagious smile and laughter that would echo off the department walls; that’s how those at the West Fargo Police Department remember Lt. Gustafson. “The way Adam lived his…

Brooklyn Center City Council approves policing changes following death of Daunte Wright

  BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. (FOX 9) — After the deadly shooting of Daunte Wright last month in Brooklyn Center, the city council has approved a number of policing changes as part of a resolution proposed last week by the mayor. The new resolution creates a new public safety department with unarmed civilian traffic enforcement and a mental health response division….

People gather at NDSU as Chauvin is found guilty: “Finally, justice has been served”

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Emotions ran high outside of North Dakota State University’s Memorial Union Tuesday afternoon as Derek Chauvin was found guilty by a jury. “Finally. Finally, justice has been served today,” said Faith Shields-Dixon with Black Lives Matter Fargo-Moorhead. Shields-Dixon says protests and calls for change over the past year have finally paid off, but the work doesn’t…

Fargo Police Offers Free Boxing & Self Defense Classes

A new way to connect with kids in local high schools to become more trusting of police and law enforcement.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – The Fargo Police Department’s Community Engagement team is taking action in order to get kids more involved in the city. A community trust officer from the force is taking time out of his day to connect with kids in local high schools to become more trusting of police and law enforcement. Officer David Carlson said once…

Dilworth Police hand out emergency Stickers

Taking a neat idea from the Twin Cities

DILWORTH, Minn. – Dilworth Police decide to take a Twin Cities idea and make it their own. Starting as soon as next week Dilworth Police are offering stickers for residents to put at their door or gate displaying medical conditions. The hope is that with some information about conditions such as autism, dementia, or hearing impairment officers will be better…