People in north Fargo are still trying to process the tragedy.
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A local Fargo teen has her wish to see Reba McEntire come true.
It is giving hearts day, and dollar signs have been adding up for charities throughout North Dakota and northeaster Minnesota.
Some people are confused over an alert sent on their cell phones.
A community mourns.
Horace Mann Elementary briefly closed due to the overnight standoff.
Officer Jason Moszer wasn't the first person allegedly shot and killed by Marcus Schumacher.
An overnight standoff comes to an end but leaves the community with a void.
Valentine's Day is approaching quickly and what better way to say I love you than with a box of chocolates.
A tragic end to a missing persons search.
Bond is set for the man accused in a fatal drive-by shooting in Enderlin over the weekend.
The days of circling around downtown for a parking spot may soon be coming to an end.
Now that winter has really set in, local homeless shelters are packed.
Fargo firefighters faced hot and cold overnight, battling a fire at a commercial kitchen in frigid conditions.
United Blood Services is taking steps to protect the public from the Zika virus.
Fire heavily damages a commercial kitchen in north Fargo.
Just in the past two years, nearly two million people used MATBUS as a way to get around the metro.
After 7-long years of planning, the Red River Diversion project has the official green light.
It was a promise the West Fargo School District made to residents years ago, and it's now in full motion.
The long–term care industry is worrying over about a cut to the state budget.
A big green light is given to the controversial Red River Diversion project.
A Fargo attorney hopes the third time's a charm in her quest for a city commission seat.
"Freezin' for a Reason."
A high school choir concert is raising money for two families touched by cancer.
The suspect in a drive by shooting in a small town is in custody and charged.