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Former U.S. Attorney for ND breaks down riot investigation

"As a former federal prosecutor I was thinking to myself the variety of tools in the federal prosecutor tool box to hold people accountable."

WASHINGTON – Days after the attack on the U.S. capitol federal agencies have made dozens of arrests. “As I was watching the attack unfold, as a former federal prosecutor I was thinking to myself the variety of tools in the federal prosecutor tool box to hold people accountable,” Former U.S. Attorney for North Dakota Tim Purdon said. Those tools include…

Grand Forks Police Selling Replica Of Officer Holte’s Squad Car

The minicars come in 8, 5 and 3 inch sizes in a keepsake box.

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Grand Forks Police Department is selling replicas of the same squad car driven by Officer Cody Holte. The mini cars come in 8, 5 and 3 inch sizes in a keepsake box. The money raised goes towards sending officers to Washington D.C. during the 2021 National Police Week, to support Officer Holte’s family, and to honor…

Motorcoach Industry Asking For Help From Washington, D.C. Due To Pandemic

In Congress, the CERTS Act is being debated that would give out 10 billion dollars in relief money towards busing companies.

MOORHEAD, MINN. –“It’s tough to have to sit here and not do anything you know; it’s just not having any income coming in,” Triangle Coach Service  Owner Dave Helms said. Minnesota motorcoach companies are demanding action from Washington as business continues to be at a standstill since March. In Congress, the CERTS Act is being debated that would give out…

Veteran Pays Tribute To Brother 67 Years After Losing Him In Korean War

Veteran Jacob DeHaan Shares His Brother's Story On The Latest Veterans Honor Flight

  Veterans Honor Flights are full of people with amazing stories of courage and sacrifice for our freedom. On this Veterans Day, we’re highlighting one of those stories. On last month’s Honor Flight I had the privilege to meet a veteran full of life and full or personality. He truly made of the most of his Honor Flight experience, but…

Finding Comfort In Memories Of Military Service

Honor Flight Veterans Recall Loss & Sacrifice So That We Don't Forget

  The Veterans honor flight of North Dakota and Minnesota brings back vivid memories for the veterans who visit our nation’s capital. Sometimes the worst memories of their lives. I found out on the latest honor flight that those memories gives our veterans comfort that we won’t forget what they did for our country. To serve is to sacrifice. These…

ND Sheriffs Meet with Trump Administration on Border Security

They joined 190 other Sheriffs from across the country to hear from key leaders.

Bismarck, ND – Nine North Dakota Sheriffs and two Sheriff’s deputies traveled to Washington D.C. last week for a two-day border security and safe communities conference. They joined 190 other Sheriffs from across the country to hear from key leaders from the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, Border Patrol and Immigration Customs and Enforcement. Administration leaders provided the…

LIVE: Veterans Honor Flight Prepares To Take Off

Around 100 Veterans Flying To Washington, D.C. This Weekend

  About 100 veterans will get the trip of a lifetime this weekend on the latest Veterans Honor Flight of ND/MN. They’re leaving on Sunday, May 19th for a trip to Washington, D.C. The veterans will visit war memorials honoring their service, then get a banquet in their honor. This flight includes 16 World War II veterans, including vets up…

Klieman’s Absence Mars Otherwise Exceptional Trip to Washington D.C.

North Dakota State met with President Trump at the White House on Monday

WASHINGTON D.C. —  The North Dakota State football team is about to make its return flight to Fargo after a full day in the nation’s capital. They met with the President and got to explore a lot of what Washington D.C. has to offer. Players say it was a once-in-a-lifetime experience and something they’ll never forget. President Trump fed the…

Korean War Veteran To Go On First Honor Flight

Andy Anderson was in the Air Force and in the Army

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Andy Anderson was trying to avoid dating a girl his friend wanted him to start seeing so on the day he turned 17, he decided to fix that. “I joined the Air Force. That ended that,” Anderson said. The decision Anderson made may have gotten him out of a sticky situation but it was only the…