Van, horse-drawn carriage collide in Polk County

MCINTOSH, Minn. (KVRR-KFGO) – The Minnesota State Patrol is investigating a collision with injuries between a cargo van and a horse drawn carriage near McIntosh, Minnesota in Polk County. Sgt. Jesse Grabow says seven people were in the carriage, including a three-year-old and a five-year-old. The buggy was driven by an 18-year-old.  The extent of injuries are not known. The crash…

Moorhead company’s work vehicle vandalized and robbed

"We're going to have to invest in cameras, make sure we take the time to part the things away in the shop and just not be complacent."

MOORHEAD, Minn, (KVRR) — A Moorhead business is asking the community for help after it was vandalized and robbed. In the overnight hours of late Tuesday to early morning Wednesday, flooring company ‘Hands Down Flooring and Tile’ was robbed of about $4000 dollars worth of equipment. “Our new hire went out to load tools up in the van and there…

Van Crashes Into Grand Forks Apartment

Juvenile arrested for DUI, Unqualified Operator and Reckless Driving

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Grand Forks police arrest a juvenile after he crashed a van into an apartment building. Police say it happened shortly after 9:00 Saturday night at 4240 5th Avenue North. When firefighters arrived, they found a hole through a bedroom wall and the vehicle still running in the kitchen. No one was at home at the time….

Girl Dies After Van Fire, Man Charged With Second-Degree Manslaughter

The van caught fire and spread to an adjacent van where police say two girls were alone up to an hour Tuesday morning as their mother shopped at Walmart in Fridley

FRIDLEY, Minn. — Authorities in Minnesota say a 70-year-old man camping in a Walmart parking lot put a hot cook stove in his van, causing it to catch fire and spread to another van, burning two young sisters and killing one of them. Prosecutors on Wednesday charged Roberto Hipolito of Long Beach, California, with second-degree manslaughter and negligent fire. According…

Update: Man Held in Van Fires that Injured 2

A van next to the girls' van caught fire around 7:15 a.m., and the blaze spread to the girls' van.

Update: A 70-year-old man is being held after two vans caught fire in a northern Minneapolis suburb, burning two young sisters. The Anoka County Sheriff’s Office says the man is being held on a negligent fires charge. Authorities say the man owned a van that caught fire about 7:15 a.m. Tuesday in a Walmart parking lot in Fridley. That fire…

Man Killed In Whiteout Crash On I-29 Monday Is Identified

Speed and weather conditions were contributing factors in the crash

CASS COUNTY, ND — North Dakota Highway Patrol has identified the man killed in a crash in whiteout conditions on I-29 on Monday afternoon. He is Delmar Ruff of Fargo. Ruff’s van was hit from behind by a semi which also hit a pickup. He was not wearing a seat belt and died at the scene. The drivers of the pickup…

Minnesota Vikings Quarterback Skips State Fair After Parking Challenge

Kirk Cousins tweeted Saturday afternoon: "Raincheck on Minnesota State Fair...parking was a challenge"

FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. — The Minnesota State Fair set an opening day record for attendance: 122,000. But it was a hellish experience for the thousands of people who tried to get to the fair. Traffic was backed up for blocks. Even a Minnesota Vikings player had a tough time in traffic. Kirk Cousins tweeted Saturday afternoon: “Raincheck on Minnesota State…

Woman Walks Out of Flipped Vehicle Unhurt After Crash

Officials say the white van was turning north onto University Drive when it was t-boned by the van that nwas driving south

FARGO, N.D. — The driver of a flipped vehicle got out of her car unhurt after a crash on the intersection of South University Drive and 32nd Avenue in south Fargo juts after 3 pm. Officials say the white van was turning north onto University Drive when it was t-boned by the van that was driving south. No one was…

MATBUS Donates Youth Programming and Outreach Transport Van to Fargo PD

"We are working with families and kids that don't have transportation readily available to them"

FARGO, N.D. — Over the last few months the Fargo Police Department has been trying to find a method of transportation for their community engagement group. MATBUS has donated a vehicle that is going to change the future for these programs. The Fargo Police Department doesn’t just serve to protect, they serve to help children in the community. “So we’re…