women

Mistaken Identity Behind Robbery of Bemidji Women

The men and two women in the car were later arrested on robbery charges and they could all face additional charges

  BEMIDJI, Minn. — A pregnant woman and her mother in Bemidji were robbed at gunpoint in a case of mistaken identity. Authorities say the suspects thought they had followed the dark colored SUV of a person involved in a drug deal. They followed the SUV to the victim’s house early Monday morning and three men demanded money. They didn’t…

Gate City Bank Gives Generous Donation to YWCA’s New Housing Program

Designs for a new building will help house the homeless in West Fargo

WEST FARGO, ND — A local bank is pitching in a large gift to help house homeless women and children in the metro. Gate City Bank is giving $1.5 million for a new YWCA housing program. A 30-unit home for women and children leaving the YWCA emergency shelter is in the works. The YWCA is working with Lutheran Church of…

Former Pancheros Employee Says He Recorded Women’s Bathroom Videos for Sexual Pleasure

Sam Hagen, 18, is accused of using his cell phone to record video of women in the Moorhead Pancheros

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The Moorhead community was caught by surprise after an investigation of a former employee at a local restaurant ends in charges. Eighteen–year–old Sam Hagen is out of jail after allegedly using his cell phone to record women in the bathroom at Pancheros in Moorhead. Hagen is a Moorhead High School senior who had been working at Pancheros…

Former Moorhead Pancheros Employee Charged

Sam Hagen, 18, was an employee at the Pancheros in Moorhead and allegedly used his cell phone to record women in the bathroom

MOORHEAD, Minn. — A Moorhead man is out of jail after allegedly using his cell phone to record women in the bathroom at Pancheros in Moorhead. This came after days of investigation that caught many at the restaurant and in the community by surprise. Sam Hagen is an 18–year–old Moorhead High School senior who had been working at Pancheros in…

Fargo Marathon 2017: 5K Hero Run Honors Service Men and Women

Marathon staff members say all the runners are unseen heroes

  FARGO, ND — Before the big one, hundreds of runners honored our service men and women this evening in the 5K Hero Run near NDSU. Marathon staff members say all the runners are unseen heroes. Some of the proceeds go to the Shoes for Kids program which helps shoe more than 1,000 children in the area. Proceeds also go…

Sex Discrimination Complaint Filed Against UND Over Athletics Programs

In March of this year, UND announced it was cutting their women's hockey and men's and women's swimming and diving

  GRAND FORKS, ND — A complaint has been filed against the University of North Dakota over the university’s sports programs. The federal Title IX case states the university does not give women equal opportunities in athletics. In March of this year, UND announced it was cutting their women’s hockey and men’s and women’s swimming and diving. In a previous…

Author Shares Inspiration Behind Book Based On WWII

A local group hosted a lecture featuring a author

FARGO, ND — People at the Holiday Inn in Fargo traveled back in time to a secret world filled with spies. Denise Kiernan, author of “Girls of Atomic City”, shared the inspiration behind her book about young women during World War II. This was the final presentation of a series of lectures hosted by Fargo Town Hall, a group that…

Prairie Business Magazine Celebrates the Region’s Leading Women

Among the honorees was Red River Broadcasting COO Kathy Lau

FARGO, N.D. — The Top 25 Women in Business honorees are being celebrated, including our very own Kathy Lau. She runs KVRR and is the Chief Operating Officer of Red River Broadcasting. Prairie Business Magazine is hosting a reception at the Radisson in Fargo for Lau and the 24 other top women in business. The celebration is designed to create…

Leading Women Share Stories of Inspiration and Success

The fifth annual Leading Ladies Luncheon was held at the Fargo Holiday Inn

FARGO, N.D. — Women leaders in business, communication and the military shared their stories of success and life.  The fifth annual Leading Ladies Luncheon was held at the Fargo Holiday Inn. They gathered to celebration Women’s History Month. Panelists included the former executive director of the Fargo Theatre, an executive with Blue Cross Blue Shield North Dakota and an Army…

Local Women Respond to Congressman Cramer

The Representative said women wearing white pantsuits at the president's address looked "silly"

FARGO, N.D. — People all around the world are coming together for “A Day Without a Woman” as part of International Women’s Day. The same people that organized the local women’s march in January, called for people to show off their red and support solidarity for women. Women met downtown and posed for a group picture, including Moorhead Mayor Williams….