PREPARE

What You Should Do The Week Before You Run the Big Race

People at Fargo Running Company say it's important to pay attention for the weather and be prepared for anything and everything

FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo Marathon is only a week away and whether you’ve been running for years or preparing for your first race, there are some things you should be doing this week. People at Fargo Running Company say it’s important to pay attention for the weather and be prepared for anything and everything. Have multiple clothing options and…

Severe Summer Weather and Burn Restrictions Around the Region

These fires aren't the only weather worry in the warmer months

FARGO, N.D. — The burn restriction has been put in place until the vegetation starts to green back up. These fires aren’t the only weather worry in the warmer months. The burn restriction in Clay County may prevent people from starting more grass fires but they are also reminding the community to keep an eye out for live embers. “Previous…

Suspect’s Trial in Greywind Case Delayed

The trial for William Hoehn has been moved from March to May 15

  CASS COUNTY, N.D. — There is another delay in the Savanna Greywind murder case. The trial for William Hoehn has been moved from March to May 15. Attorneys on both sides say they are still waiting for information to prepare their cases. Hoehn and his girlfriend, Brooke Crews, are accused of kidnapping their neighbor Savanna and taking her baby…

Santa Claus is Already In Fargo!

Scheels hosted the famous man in red for kids and families to take a holiday photo with this season

FARGO, ND — Santa Claus is coming to town…and he’s early. Scheels hosted the famous man in red for kids and families to take a holiday photo with this season. Each family or group receives the first photo free, with other opportunities to purchase packages. Scheels has already started to prepare for the holiday season and staff say they have…

University of Hawaii Prepares Students for a Nuclear Attack

An email from the school was sent out to students, giving details as where to go and what to do

  HONOLULU — The University of Hawaii is warning their students what to do if they are faced with a nuclear attack. An email from the school was sent out to students, giving details as where to go and what to do. The email stated, in part: In light of concerns about North Korea missile tests, state and federal agencies…

Prepping for a Tradition: MSUM’s Big Fireworks Show

MSUM is hosting their annual fireworks at Nemzek Field

MOORHEAD, Minn. —┬áMSUM will be hosting their annual fireworks show at Nemzek Field, complete with a Post Traumatic Funk Syndrome concert. A dynamite fireworks show is no simple task and MSUM’s firework production requires time and accuracy for booming results. “It started this morning,” said David Hunstad, the executive director for the Moorhead Business Association. “We’re here right at about…

Students at Hawley Elementary School Prepared for Emergencies

Project Pillowcase visited Hawley Elementary to help get kids ready for a disaster

HAWLEY, Minn. — Students at Hawley Elementary School learned about the importance of fire safety. The Red Cross stopped by to present the Pillowcase Project promoting being prepared for disasters. The students decorated their own pillowcases which will be filled with items essential for survival in case of fire or other disasters. For the Red Cross, the project is the…

Experts Say Permit or No Permit, Learning Firearm Safety is Key

Being properly trained to handle a firearm is critical

FARGO, N.D. — Although the new concealed carry law doesn’t require a permit, many people believe that it is important to know how to properly handle a firearm. Being properly trained to handle a firearm is critical. Safety instructor, Craig Roe, explains the four universal safety rules. The first rule is treat every firearm like it’s loaded. “Whether you just…