Fargo’s Waxing the City Donating Food Truck Profits to Houston Food Bank

Creator and owner of the The Holy Hog donated all of the food ranging from brisket to pulled pork to smoked mac and cheese

FARGO, ND — Waxing the City in Fargo is giving back to the people affected by Hurricane Harvey in Houston. The business has two sister locations in Houston and staff in Fargo are hosting a Texas barbecue food truck to raise funds. Creator and owner of the The Holy Hog donated all of the food, ranging from brisket to pulled…

Supporters of Fired Fargo Officer David Boelke Speak at Hearing

His wife and a retired West Fargo officer defended Boelke in front of city commissioners

FARGO, ND — In spite of his termination, about 300 people signed an online petition in support of Boelke. Two of his supporters spoke to Fargo city commissioners explaining why they think he should be given a second chance. His wife, Heidi Boelke, made her stance clear in front of officers and city leaders. She claimed other law enforcement officers…

Fargo Native American Commission Shows Support For Missing Savanna Greywind

More than 300 people came to Oak Grove Park in Fargo to lift morale before continuing the search

FARGO, N.D. — It’s been one week since Savanna Greywind was last seen and the community’s efforts to bring her home are continually growing. More than 300 people came to Oak Grove Park in Fargo to lift morale before continuing the search. “No matter what the situation is, that it’s a community of caring people that pull together and we…

Couples Packing Up to Volunteer for Relief Services for Hurricane Harvey

They're among the hundreds of trained disaster relief volunteers heading down in the Red Cross emergency vehicles

  RED RIVER VALLEY — Two local couples packed up meals and shelter supplies before heading to Texas to help hurricane victims. Paul and Barb Henke of Valley City along with Allan and Carol Becker of Minot are part of a nationwide American Red Cross initiative. They’re among the hundreds of trained disaster relief volunteers heading down in the Red…

Wyndmere Priest Currently on Administrative Leave Received Prior Training for Boundary Issues

Goering also stated many people in the Wyndmere and Walhalla parishes have spoken out in support of Father Feltman

RICHLAND COUNTY, ND — The priest of a Wyndmere parish, who is currently on administrative leave after he was accused of “inappropriate” contact with children, received training on boundaries while he was at a former parish in Walhalla. Investigation documents obtained by KVRR stated Monsignor Joseph Goering of the Fargo Diocese told Richland County and BCI officials that Father Thomas…

People Climb Over the Edge to Help At-Risk Children

Over the Edge and Charism invited people to conquer the eight story challenge while raising funds and awareness for at risk children

FARGO, N.D. — Hundreds walked by the Black Building and gazed up at dozens of people rappelling down the side of the building. The exhilarating and heart pounding climb gave rappellers a once-in-a-lifetime experience while also supporting Charism. “People love downtown Fargo, people love Fargo and their like what a fun thing to bring here to really highlight this great…

Community Rallies Support Behind Minnesota Islamic Center

The FBI continues their investigation into the bombing but that's not stopping members of the community showing their support. KMSP Fox 9 Reporter Tom Lyden has more from Bloomington

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — While the FBI continues to investigate Saturday’s bombing at a Minnesota Islamic Center, a community is rallying behind the center. Of the 10 windows in front of the Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center, how did the bomber know this was the Imam’s office? He could have been sitting in the office when an explosive device, loaded with nails,…

2017 Rise Above Seizures Walk at Hoping to Stomp Out Epilepsy

Hundreds participated in the 2017 Rise Above Seizures walk

FARGO, ND –The Fargo-Moorhead area is looking to stomp out Epilepsy at the 2017 Rise Above Seizures walk. Hundreds of people gathered at Scheels Arena to show support and raise money for the Epilepsy Foundation. People are cheering, supporting and walking to stomp out epilepsy at the 2017 Rise Above Seizures Walk. They are hoping to spread the word and…

“Step Up and Say NO”: Community Rallies in Support of Fighting Racism

A rally was held at the Fargo Civic Center to show suppotr for our local refugees

FARGO, ND — North Dakota United Against Hate wants the community to come together against racism in the community. Dozens of people braved the cold and wet conditions, but it was all for one reason: to unite in support for all. “In the rain it’s incredible. It’s wonderful,” said Barry Nelson, who is with the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition….

Adding a Seventh Show in Sioux Falls, Superstar Garth Brooks May Truly be Much Too Young to Feel So Old

Brooks announced this morning that "due to extraordinary fan support" he has added a 7th show in Sioux Falls with his wife, Trisha Yearwood

  SIOUX FALLS, SD — The Garth Brooks madness in Sioux Falls appeared to be dying down after six shows sold out Friday morning. Then, around 7:30 p.m. Friday, Brooks’ Twitter page posted a video with the text reading “We owe Sioux Falls another show!!! It doesn’t matter if it’s one or 10,000, we’ll be there! Thank you!! love, g”….