Update: Fargo building destroyed by fire was used by homeless

Building was adjacent to a larger building that burned in December 2020

FARGO (KVRR/KFGO) – It took more than three hours to knock down a fire that destroyed a large commercial building in the 1400 block of 1st Avenue North, just west of downtown Fargo. The fire was reported around 3:30 a.m. Wednesday. Fargo Fire Department Battalion Chief Joe Mangin said an excavator was brought in to pull down the walls because…

Clay County Pulls Plows Off County Roads Due To Weather

The sheriff's department says it's due to low visibility and unsafe conditions.

CLAY COUNTY, MINN. — In Moorhead, residential plows will not be going out until 10:00 on Sunday. You are asked to move all vehicles from the streets to make it easier for the plows to get through. In Clay County the snowplows are being pulled off county roads due to the extreme weather conditions. The sheriff’s department says it’s due…

Fire Breaks Out at Vic’s Aircraft Sales in North Fargo

No one was injured, but extent of damage is unknown at this time

FARGO, N.D. — A fire breaks out at Vic’s Aircraft Sales around 8:45 pm Saturday night. Upon arrival, fire fighters found smoke coming out of the building at 1631 19th Avenue North with zero visibility. The business is right near the Fargo Air Museum. They had to use a ladder to enter the building. No one was inside and no…

Travel Alerts Issued; Drifting Snow and White Out Conditions Affecting Drivers

A travel alert has been issued for North Central, Northeast and Southeastern North Dakota

FARGO, N.D. — The Blizzard warning is creating some ugly road conditions for drivers. A travel alert has been issued for North Central, Northeast and Southeastern North Dakota. That includes the Fargo/Moorhead area, Devils Lake, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Valley City and Wahpeton. Roads are partially covered with blowing snow in west central Minnesota, but in the North West, they are…

LIVE: Moorhead Officer Shares Safety Tips for Trick-or-Treaters

Officer Schultz suggests keeping a close eye on your child and wearing reflective clothing

KVRR’s Maggie LaMere talks about the importance of visibility at night for trick-or-treaters with┬áKatie Schultz, a Moorhead school resource officer. Categories: Morning – In The Community Tags: Moorhead Police, Safety, trick-or-treating, visibility

Travel Alert Still in Effect for North Dakota, Minnesota Roads

ND-DOT, MN-DOT says drivers need to be cautious as they travel throughout the state

A Travel Alert remains in effect for northeastern North Dakota due to blowing snow and reduced visibility. In northwest Minnesota between East Grand Forks and Crookston, roads are partially covered with snow. There is drifting snow around the Donaldson and Greenbush areas. The road is slippery. Between US 75 near Hendrum and MN 32 near Twin Valley, there is blowing…