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Clearing Off The Busiest of Roads After the Biggest Snow Fall of the Season

The trucks have about 12 to 16 hours post snow fall to remove the snow from roads

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Metro street crews are out and about clearing off the busiest roads. Moorhead Public Works sent out seven plows including three with salt capabilities. They say their goal is to get enough snow off the ground and enough of the pavement to be seen before the temperature drops below freezing. They are making their way through the…

Miss the Bison Turf? Here’s Where You Can Get a Taste of the Menu

Bison Turf will be at Twist again on January 21st and 28th

FARGO, ND — Fans of the old Bison Turf could enjoy some of their favorite foods at a pop up restaurant. The bar was heavily damaged by fire in 2016 and has yet to re–open. Customers were invited to Twist in downtown Fargo for some Turf favorites including a blue bomber, a Turf burger, or they could get their old…

This Minnesota 10-Year-Old Is Putting a Stop to Bullying

"I'm hoping that it makes a difference and that it kind of brings down the bullying rage a little bit"

FARGO, ND — About one in three students in the U.S. say they have been bullied at school. One Minnesota fifth grader is trying to fix that. He’s changing the minds of those around him. This is Thomas. A 10–year–old boy from Sartell, who loves to fish and ride his bike…but his passions go much deeper than that. At a…

Woman Has Serious Injuries After a Multi-Car Collision

Michelle Weigelt was the passenger in an SUV that got sideswiped from the car going westbound in the eastbound lanes on the interstate

WEST FARGO, ND — A 56–year–old woman has been taken to the hospital with serious injuries after a driver was going the wrong way on I–94. Michelle Weigelt was the passenger in an SUV that got sideswiped from the car going westbound in the eastbound lanes on the interstate. After going to check on the 88–year–old driver of the SUV,…

Protests Against Sexual Harassment on Minnesota’s Capitol Hill

Two other women have come forward and are accusing U.S. Senator Al Franken of misconduct

  ST. PAUL, Minn. — Multiple political and nonprofit organizations descended on Minnesota’s Capitol to show their support for people who have been sexually harassed or assaulted in the workplace. A crowd gathered with signs and many current and former lawmakers stood up to speak out about Democratic State Senator Dan Schoen and Republican State Representative Tony Cornish, who are…