WISCONSIN

$1.5M bail set for Nathaneal Benton

DELAFIELD, Wis. (FOX6) – A man charged with attempted murder in Fargo and accused of shooting two police officers in Wisconsin appeared in court Monday. Bond for Nathanael Benton was set at $1.5 million. Benton faces two counts of first-degree intentional homicide (use of a dangerous weapon) and one count of possession of a firearm by out-of-state felon, repeater. According to…

VIDEO: Man wanted for attempted murder in Fargo captured in Wisconsin

WAUKESHA COUNTY, Wisc. (FOX-6) – A man suspected of shooting two police officers in Delafield has been taken into custody, officials say. The suspect is identified as Nathanael Benton, who’s also wanted in Fargo in connection to another shooting. The officers, one from Delafield and one from Hartland, were shot and wounded in Friday morning, Nov. 6. Both officers were taken…

Enbridge is completing the $69 million pipeline in North Dakota

Work began in August on the pipeline and is coming to a close today

PEMBINA, N.D.- Enbridge’s $69 million Line 3 replacement project is wrapping up in North Dakota. Over 400 construction workers started on the job in August. The 12-mile replacement line uses state-of-the-art steel and new technology to enhance safety and environmental protection. Canadian and Wisconsin portions are already in service. This leaves the 337-mile section in Minnesota left to replace. “We’re…

Doosan Bobcat Adding 100 Jobs

WEST FARGO, N.D. — North Dakota’s largest manufacturer is adding 100 jobs. Doosan Bobcat employs more than 3,300 people in the state and nearly 4.000 throughout North America, including at manufacturing facilities in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Headquartered in West Fargo, Doosan Bobcat manufacturers a variety of construction, agriculture, landscaping and grounds maintenance equipment, and provides attachments and services. Categories: Local…

Fargo City Commission gives David Zibolski conditional offer to become next police chief

FARGO, N.D. – Beloit, Wisconsin Police Chief David Zibolski is one step closer to being in charge of the police department in North Dakota’s largest city. The city commission unanimously approved the decision to extend a conditional offer for police chief to Zibolski. He is the candidate recommended for the job by the The Fargo police chief selection committee. The…

Fargo Police Chief Selection Committee Picks David Zibolski

Current Police Chief in Beloit, Wisconsin

FARGO, N.D. — After a full day of presentations and interviews, the Fargo Police Chief Selection Committee has selected David Zibolski as the conditional candidate for Police Chief. David Zibolski, Stacy Kelly and John Franklin were each asked the same 11 interview questions. They ranged from topics like handling protests and riots to improving morale at the department. All three…

The City Of Fargo Names Three Finalist To Replace Former Police Chief David Todd

Fargo has recently faced civil unrest and investigations within its police force.

FARGO, N.D. – Fargo has recently faced civil unrest and investigations within its police force. The department has three people in line to replace former Chief David Todd. John Franklin has worked in law enforcement in Chicago and Arkansas for over 30 years. According to the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette, Franklin was asked to resign from the Jacksonville, Arkansas Police…

Sculptor Of Jamestown’s Biggest Tourist Attraction Dies At 91

The sculpture was given the nickname "Dakota Thunder" in 2010

JAMESTOWN, N.D. — The man who brought us the World’s Largest Buffalo in Jamestown has died. Elmer Petersen was 91. The La Crosse, Wisconsin man sculpted the 26-foot tall buffalo in 1959. It has become a significant tourist draw for Jamestown and can be seen while driving along I-94. The sculpture was given the nickname “Dakota Thunder” in 2010. Petersen…

Minnesota Joins Midwestern Partnership to Reopen Regional Economy

ST. PAUL, Minn.–Gov. Tim Walz is joining the governors from Michigan, Ohio, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky to work at reopening the economy in the Midwest. Walz released a statement confirming the news saying, “Today, we are announcing that Michigan Ohio, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky will work in coordination to reopen our economies in a way that prioritizes…