The city of Fargo wants to make downtown more inviting for potential shoppers, by making it easier to avoid parking fines.
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A Valley City man who is petitioning to disband the police department is now going against city leaders.
As the French still try to make sense of the deadly attacks on its most treasured city, the rest of the world joins them.
If you think that e–cigarettes or e–cigs are a better alternative to smoking, you may want to reconsider.
As a parent, you know your living area can get a little messy.
For all of us that go to the D-M-V, we know it always seems like a battle, whether it's getting your new license or renewing your registration.
Valley City's flooding project is getting a bit of a push back.
The bells are back, but the Salvation Army needs your help to make sure they continue to ring throughout the season.
One of Fargo's most iconic pieces of public art will be making a comeback.
A mom, daughter, and two sisters are committed to making sure any woman with breast cancer doesn't feel alone.
For some men that may be trying to follow the man bun trend, but just don’t have enough hair, there’s a new item that can help: clip-in man buns.
We are heading into winter with what meteorologists say is an El Nino weather pattern.
Oak Grove Lutheran School held their annual dinner with keynote speaker John Brekke.
The craft of pine needle basketry is almost completely gone, but one Bismarck woman wants to keep the tradition alive.
Bank of North Dakota introduces a loan program to help farmers hit by low crop prices.
Concordia College's Music Department opened its doors to the public, presenting its student conducted, Echo Band.
Minnesota police officials say there are no plans to increase security at the Mall of America following the Paris terrorist attacks.
A Detroit Lakes family has lost everything after a fire destroys their home.
Local artists are displaying their work at the Holiday Art Sale.
A festival embraces people to share their culture with the community.
Folks volunteered as a tribute to Celebrate the release of the latest Hunger Games movie at the Fargo Library.
Police officers from across the state spent their morning in a vet clinic. They got a crash course in how to handle a K-9 emergency.
Special Olympics of North Dakota is training this weekend, but it's not for athletics.
The oldest family–owned retail business in the Upper Midwest is closing after 136 years.
Fargo is looking into different options for recycling.