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National Police Week: Officer Jason Moszer’s Name Honored in Washington, D.C.

This is where you will now find a forever dedication to Fargo's fallen officer, Jason Moszer

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Fallen officers from across the country, including Fargo Police Office Jason Moszer, are being honored during 2017 National Police Week activities in our nation’s capital. We come to you tonight from the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial, just a few blocks from the Capitol building, where you’ll find the names of thousands of fallen officers, including Jason…

Thousands Honor Jason Moszer and Other Fallen Officers at the National Mall

National Police Week in Washington, D.C. to honor fallen law enforcement heroes including Officer Jason Moszer

WASHINGTON D.C. — It is a time to respect, honor and remember. National Police Week events are underway in Washington, D.C. to honor fallen law enforcement heroes, including Officer Jason Moszer of Fargo. Moszer’s name was among the 394 fallen United States law enforcement officers honored at the 29th Annual Candlelight Vigil. Thousands of people filled the National Mall Saturday evening. Chief…

Moszer to be Honored on National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C.

Join us for our coverage as the nation honors those killed in the line of duty

  FARGO, ND — Fallen Fargo Police Officer Jason Moszer will be honored as his name is engraved on the National Law Enforcement Officers memorial in Washington D.C. KVRR will be there live starting Saturday night from a candlelight vigil on the National Mall right through the National Peace Officers Memorial Day service on Monday. Join us for our coverage…

DAPL Protesters Not Backing Down, March on Nation’s Capitol

THE PEACEFUL PROTEST QUICKLY EXPANDED INTO THE STREET NEAR THE NATION'S CAPITOL, BLOCKING TRAFFIC FOR NEARLY HALF AN HOUR. OUR WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT, ALEX WHITTLER BRINGS US THIS STORY

WASHINGTON D.C. — Just days before President Trump will reach his milestone 100 days in office, a group of protesters staged a peaceful march on the nation’s capitol, many of them from Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Singing, dancing and holding up traffic, protesters say they’re not backing down in the pipeline fight. The pushback has lasted more than a year…

Officer Moszer Memorial Coins Selling Fast

Proceeds from coin sales will help cover travel costs for Moszer's family and friends

  FARGO, N.D. — Officers say they’ve sold more than 1,000 custom coins to honor Jason Moszer, a Fargo police officer who was fatally shot in February, 2016. Proceeds from coin sales will help cover travel costs for Moszer’s family and friends. They’re heading to Washington D.C. in May where Jason Moszer’s name will be added to the National Peace…

Protesters, American Indians Gather in Washington D.C. for March

On Friday, a two mile march is planned to the White House, where a rally is scheduled

  WASHINGTON D.C. — American Indians are gathering in Washington, D.C. to march on the White House. There will be four days of protests against the Trump administration and the Dakota Access pipeline. Starting Tuesday, tribal members and supporters plan to camp each day on the National Mall, with tee-pees, a ceremonial fire, cultural workshops and speakers. On Friday, a…

Tribes Face Setback for DAPL Construction in Washington D.C.

THE CHEYENNE RIVER SIOUX AND STANDING ROCK SIOUX TRIBES ARE IN COURT, HOPING TO GET A JUDGE TO HALT CONSTRUCTION ON THE DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE--KELLY WANG REPORTS FROM WASHINGTON

WASHINGTON D.C. — It’s another setback for the Cheyenne River Sioux and Standing Rock Sioux tribes in court. A judge in Washington D.C. has rejected a request by the tribes to halt construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline until their lawsuit over the project is resolved. A U.S. District Court Judge has rejected a request to temporarily stop construction…