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Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Concludes With Slight Increase In Attendance

Two motorcyclists died during the event

STURGIS, S.D. — Western South Dakota’s famed motorcycle rally in Sturgis is likely seeing a small uptick in attendance this year. This year’s 10-day motorcycle rally just wrapped up. Figures released by the South Dakota Department of Public Safety show a slight overall increase in vehicles entering Sturgis through midweek. Drunk driving, drug, traffic and other arrests point to increased…

Abortion Debate Takes Focus During ‘Stop The Bans’ Rally

The Pro-choice Rally was met with a counter-protest at the Red River Women's Clinic

FARGO, N.D. — These protests are taking place in cities all around the country, including here in Fargo. “We are not going to sit back,” Pro-Choice Organizer Destini Spaeth said. “We are not going to take these attacks on people’s health care. Abortion is a constitutional right and we are going to keep it that way.” The need for these rallies…

CU Community Plans Rally Against UND President Mark Kennedy

He faces a final vote by the Board of Regents on his hiring to succeed President Bruce Benson

BOULDER, CO — The selection of UND President Mark Kennedy as the sole finalist for president of the University of Colorado system has raised concerns from some CU students and faculty. The concerns deal mainly with Kennedy’s votes against marriage equality when the Republican represented Minnesota in Congress. In an open letter to the CU community on Friday, Kennedy said his…

Unite for Justice Rally Gathers Advocates Come to Fargo: Why they are Against Judge Kavanaugh

They feel with Kavanaugh in office,  human rights and the rights of workers, women and natives are in danger

FARGO, N.D. — Unite for Justice rallies are happening all over the country and two groups brought one to Fargo. KVRR’s Jessie Cohen explains why those who attended are trying to prevent Brett Kavanaugh from getting on the Supreme Court. “What do you have in a country if you don’t have a rule of law and if you don’t have…

Expect Closed Roads, Large Crowds and Protests During President Trump’s Visit

Rally At Scheels Arena Is Wednesday, June 27 at 7 p.m.

FARGO, N.D. — President Donald Trump will be in Fargo in about 24 hours for a rally at Scheels Arena in support of Republican Rep. Kevin Cramer’s U.S. Senate campaign. You can expect traffic delays and road closures around the airport and the arena. Not everyone will be excited to see the president come to Fargo. An anti-Trump protest is…

Tickets To See President Donald Trump In Fargo Now Available

You can register for two free tickets for the June 27th rally At Scheels Arena

FARGO, N.D. — Tickets to see President Donald Trump when he comes to Fargo on Wednesday, June 27 are now available. You can register for two free tickets here on the president’s campaign website. All tickets are on a first come first serve basis. The president will speak at Scheels Arena at 7 p.m. on the 27th. Doors will open…

Friends of the Kirkbride Rally to Keep the Campus Standing

Supporters were voicing their concerns about the history and opportunities that will be lost if parts, or all of the campus are destroyed

FERGUS FALLS, Minn. — Over the last decade, there has been a debate on whether to preserve or demolish the Fergus Falls State Hospital Complex and now people are rallying to keep the campus intact. Friends of the Kirkbride are rallying by informing supporters on the work they feel needs to be done to keep the asylum alive. At the…

Supporters of Greywind Family Gather at Hearing for Suspect in Case

Hoehn's attorney asked the judge to set a trial date at the beginning of March, although no specific date has been set

FARGO, ND — William Hoehn, the man accused of kidnapping and murdering 22–year–old Savanna Greywind, appeared in court today. Hoehn’s attorney asked the judge to set a trial date at the beginning of March, although no specific date has been set. It was a quick appearance in court, but that didn’t stop supporters from filling the court room and rallying…

Moorhead City Council Passes Hate Crime Resolution

Resolution written by Moorhead Council Member Mari Dailey calls for an "inclusive community."

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Moorhead City Council passed a hate crime resolution which targets recent hate speech in the metro. Resolution written by Moorhead Council Member Mari Dailey calls for an “inclusive community.” Council says the resolution will put Moorhead on record as a community which officially condemns hate crimes. Mayor Del Rae Williams said this resolution was written shortly after…