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Airline Passengers Headed to Minneapolis Stranded at Hector International

The Winter Storm In Minnesota Causes Six Flights to Land At The Hector International Airport

FARGO, N.D. — Monday┬ánight’s winter storm in Minnesota caused six different flights to take an unexpected stop in Fargo at Hector International Airport. While two flights were able to head off Monday night, passengers on the other flights were forced to stay overnight in Fargo and depart Tuesday morning. A line this long is a sight rarely seen at Hector…

Southern Minnesota Blasted with Winter Weather

One hundred flights have been canceled

1/3 Show Caption Hide Caption 2/3 Show Caption Hide Caption 3/3 Show Caption Hide Caption MINNESOTA — Flights from Fargo to Minneapolis have been canceled after the runways in Minneapolis were closed by a major winter storm. One hundred flights have been canceled. North and southbound lanes of I-29 from Sioux Falls south to the Iowa border are also closed…

Cold Weather Keeps Thieves on the Lookout for Potential Rides

There have been 16 motor vehicle thefts in Fargo already this year

FARGO, N.D. — Here’s a good reason not to leave your vehicle running and unlocked. There have been 16 motor vehicle thefts in Fargo already this year. Police say 11 of the vehicles were unlocked with the keys inside. An arrest has been made for 10 of those cases. One of the latest thefts happened Monday night when an unattended…

Walcott Man Found Outside Suffering from Severe Hypothermia

It's believed he walked about six miles after he drove into the ditch.

  FARGO, N.D. — We have an update on that man found outside in the bitter cold Tuesday morning. Daniel Haverland, 51, is listed in critical condition at Sanford Medical Center in Fargo. The Walcott man was discovered about a half mile from his home. It’s believed he walked about six miles after he drove into the ditch. Haverland was…

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KVRR's Jackie Kelly Tells Viewers About the Road Conditions

KVRR’s Jackie Kelly goes out into the elements to talk about morning travel conditions. Categories: Morning – Features, Morning – In The Community Tags: morning travel, snow, weather

Registration is Open for the B-B-BRRR Winter Classic

The route for this race is dependent on weather conditions

  FARGO, ND — The Border Battle Bike Race on the Red River, or B-B-BRRR Winter Classic, is just over two weeks away. You can celebrate the frosty conditions on Sunday, January 28 during the 8th annual event. The 10K course begins in Wildflower Grove Park, just south of Oak Grove Park, and takes riders of all abilities through a…

Move that Bus! The Herd is Headed to Frisco!

Fans have got revenge in their blood hoping to make a comeback from last year

FARGO, ND — Dozens of Bison fans are ready for the big game and on their way right now to Frisco on three charter buses. They left Fargo tonight and are excited for the weekend ahead. These buses are packed, loaded up and fans are ready to go! “With this trip, we’ll have traveled over 1100 people to Texas,” said…

Big Rig Drivers Keeping Engines Warm in Negative Temps

They need to be constantly running, causing drivers to fill up their engines every day

FARGO, ND — The constant negative temperatures can be painful, but they can also end the life of your vehicle’s battery. Mechanics say it’s important to start up your vehicle every few hours to prevent that from happening, but drivers of most large semis aren’t able to do that. They need to be constantly running, causing drivers to fill up…

Despite Deep Freeze, Fargo Running Company Starts the New Year with a Brisk Jog

The store has community runs weekly for anyone interested in group exercises

FARGO, ND — Runners with Fargo Running Company are starting the New Year on the right foot…literally! They arrived at the store at 10 a.m. for a run a few miles long around Fargo. These cold temperatures make it more difficult to get warm while running but some runners say once you break a sweat, it isn’t so bad to…

Bismarck Police Release Details Behind Identity of Man Found Frozen Under I-94 Bridge

An autopsy is being conducted

  BISMARCK, ND — A man found dead in subzero temps in Bismarck was not homeless. Police say the frozen body of the 52-year-old man was found near the Missouri River on Saturday, beneath an Interstate 94 bridge. The man’s name or other details about his identity haven’t been released. Police aren’t treating the death as suspicious. An autopsy is…