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Former President Trump Weighs In On Death of Teen At Hands of SUV Driver

FOSTER CO., N.D. — (AP/KVRR/FOX) — There is little indication that an 18-year-old who died after being struck by an SUV in McHenry, North Dakota in Foster County was a political extremist like the driver claimed. And now former President Donald Trump is weighing in. Shannon Brandt is accused of hitting Cayler Ellingson with his vehicle on September 18th following…

Ethics Board: Gov. Kristi Noem May Have “Engaged in Misconduct”

Gov. Kristi NoemSIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — A South Dakota ethics board says Gov. Kristi Noem may have “engaged in misconduct” when she intervened in her daughter’s application for a real estate appraiser license. The Government Accountability Board determined that “appropriate action” could be taken against Noem, though it didn’t specify the action. Its procedures call for a contested case…

West Fargo Republicans end ND Speaker of the House bid for re-nomination

Kim Koppelman fell 19 votes short of challenger Jim Jonas for the second endorsed spot in West Fargo’s District 13 Republican convention.

WEST FARGO (KFGO/KVRR) – North Dakota’s Speaker of the House lost his bid to be re-nominated for his seat during his district’s political convention last night. Kim Koppelman fell 19 votes short of challenger Jim Jonas for the second endorsed spot in West Fargo’s District 13 Republican convention. The district’s other incumbent, Austen Schauer, retained the confidence of the district’s…

“Donald Trump” The Dog Not Shot Over Political Rivalry Says Sheriff

false claims circulating on social media have spurred ``violent threats''

“Donald Trump”JACKSON COUNTY, MN — A dog named Donald Trump was not shot and killed over a political rivalry. That’s according to the sheriff in Jackson County, Minnesota who says false claims circulating on social media have spurred “violent threats” against some people in the county. The sheriff’s office concluded the person who shot Donald Trump the dog Sunday was “legally…

Remembering Ed Schultz: Local Broadcast Legend Who Made it National

From local play–by–play and sports shows to national politics, commentary and his very own prime time show

FARGO, N.D. – After passing away at the age of 64, people are remembering local broadcast legend, Ed Schultz for his unique personality and success. KVRR’s Jessie Cohen joins us live to tell us about his journey from co–workers and people from the community. This radio building off of 25th street in Fargo is where Ed Schultz’s once small broadcast…

Minneapolis Bar Loses Employees After Owner Makes Political Donation to Former KKK Grand Wizard

When the news broke Tuesday, DeRoma's popular Northloop bar Club Jager saw employees quit and DJ's vow to never play the venue again. KMSP Fox 9's Courtney Godfrey Reports from Minneapolis

  MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — A Minneapolis developer and business owner is facing backlash for a political donation he made to notorious white nationalist David Duke. He donated money to former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard Duke’s U.S. Senate bid. Five hundred dollars to the “Duke for Senate” campaign. A donation to a long-time leader of the Ku Klux Klan that…

Gov. Burgum Shares His Vision for North Dakota; Begins 2017 Session

Governor Burgum says he wants North Dakota schools to be the best in the world

North Dakota’s 33rd Governor laid out his vision for North Dakota. Arthur native Doug Burgum opened the 2017 legislative session with his State of the State address. Representatives, along with Senators, filled the House for the governor’s address. Governor Burgum’s family joined the session to show support. With that in mind, he shared something he wants all people of North…