Students at Concordia College have seen their campus garden grow; literally.
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You may have seen quite a few of people wearing United Way shirts today.
We've all heard of home insurance, car insurance, but now pet insurance is becoming the new normal, but is it worth it?
We begin with a dramatic rescue after a passerby hears someone say they are cold.
After a one year absence, horse racing will return to Fargo.
The days of fighting flood waters with sand bags will soon be coming to an end.
A Pennsylvania family got much more than they bargained for in their bag of Welch's Organic Grapes.
The Moorhead Police Department is joining the F-M Metro Street Crimes Unit full time.
The Fargo city and NDSU are asking for your help to make Fargo one of the top energy efficient places to live.
North Dakota Department of Transportation introduces new state license plates.
When we were kids, naptime was the most boring and hated time of the day.
Thanksgiving may still be around the corner,
In a time where looks and Hollywood dominate, many don't realize Botox goes far beyond just cosmetics.
They're tasked with keeping you safe.
Passage of the bond referendum in Moorhead will help with overcrowding issues.
Here in the Valley, and across the country, it's a day to remember those who have sacrificed for our country.
One freshman at NDSU has made it her passion to advocate for Veterans and their rights.
Rudy Giuliani brings his insights to the metro, headlining at the Chamber's Voices of Vision.
It is official! Justin Bieber is coming to Fargo
An animal welfare group has released undercover video that it says shows cruel treatment of pigs at a Minnesota slaughterhouse.
You may have seen lawn crews out working still and Christmas lights going up a little earlier as well.
A group of West Fargo eighth-graders are getting a big boost to help with a class project.
Fargo's oldest fire station will get a facelift.
Clay County Detox Center has two jobs opening, and can't find anyone to fill them.
A Fargo Air Force Veteran is hoping Veteran's Day inspires more people to thank those who served, and consider service themselves.