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Fargo neighborhood shocked after man found dead in home
FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live)- Neighbors in a south Fargo neighborhood have questions after a body was found in a home earlier today on 30th Ave. South. Police tells us the body belongs to a man who was taking care of the home when the home-owners were on vacation.
Classy Sisters Boutique reopens in a new location
FARGO -- A women's clothing boutique owned by sisters Missy Ambers and Nicole Weiss has moved to 4501 15th Ave. S., the former Clay Your Way store in the 45th Street Colonnade.
Police investigating death, possible fire in south Fargo home
FARGO — Police are investigating a death after a body was found in a south Fargo home on Friday, Feb. 22, according to the Fargo Police Department. At around 3:40 p.m., police were called to a home at 1809 30th Ave. S. Officials said the deceased person was house sitting and was found when a homeown
Home & Garden Show planned this weekend in Fargo
FARGO -- The 58th annual Red River Valley Home & Garden Show will be held Friday, Feb. 22, through Sunday, Feb. 24, at the Fargodome. The event, hosted by the Home Builders Association of Fargo-Moorhead, showcases the region's home and garden industries.
Snow leads to more travel headaches in F-M area
MOORHEAD, Minn. (KFGO) - Another coating of snow is causing difficult travel conditions once again in the Red River Valley. The Minnesota State Patrol says I-94 Eastbound at Exit 22 (Hwy9) traffic was being diverted off I-94 due to several crashes Friday afternoon.
Oak Grove boys roll past Maple Valley in regular season finale
FARGO — The Fargo Oak Grove boys basketball team defeated Maple Valley 79-43 to conclude the regular season. Christian Dejong and Tyrell Rodriguez led the Grovers with 15 points each.
Police: Moorhead runaways have safely returned home
MOORHEAD — The three missing juveniles from here who were reported as runaways on Tuesday, Feb. 19, have all safely returned home, according to the Moorhead Police Department.
EDC boys basketball tournament bracket is set
FARGO – Fargo Davies earned the number one seed into the Eastern Dakota Conference boys’ basketball tournament, finishing conference play with an 18-2 record. The West Fargo Packers and West Fargo Sheyenne Mustangs tied for second, with a 17-3 conference mark. West Fargo won the tiebreaker over Shey
Wild turkeys aren't leaving Moorhead because SD department says birds are 'too urban'
Wild turkeys forage Monday, Feb. 11, on the 800 Block of Fifth Avenue North, Moorhead. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor. The South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks has apparently backed out of the partnership recently struck with the City of Moorhead, according to councilwoman Sara Wats
Promersberger powers North-South girls to state hockey title game
FARGO — Both early and late in its state semifinal matchup with Fargo North-South, West Fargo had to deal with one of the most unwelcome sights a high school girls hockey team can face.
Her husband was not convicted of drugging and raping her — because it is still legal in Minnesota
Jenny Teeson learned that she had been drugged and raped more than a year after the assault took place, when she found videos of it on her computer. She watched in horror as a man forcibly penetrated her motionless body with a sex toy while her toddler son lay sleeping nearby — all documented in a v
Grand Forks Central, Davies Boys Hockey Earn State Final Bids
FARGO, N.D. — The finals are set for the North Dakota Hockey State tournament. The top seed from the East, Grand Forks Central, will take on the No. 2 seed from the East in Fargo Davies.
Three diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease after visit to Casselton hotel
Fargo, N.D. (Valley News Live) The North Dakota Department of health is investigating three cases of Legionnaires' disease linked to a hotel water park in Casselton, ND. Three people were diagnosed with the disease between July 2018 and January 2019. All reported spending some time at the Days Inn o
North Dakota's first medical marijuana dispensary opening in Fargo on Feb. 28th
FARGO -- North Dakota's first medical marijuana dispensary is expected to open Thursday, Feb. 28, at 4302 13th Ave. S in Fargo, according to a statement released by Acreage Holdings, a multi-state cannabis selling company.
‘We’re at the mercy of March!’ Significant flood risk increases substantially with latest outlook
FARGO — The snow has been piling up and so are the chances for a significant flood in the Red River Valley. The National Weather Service’s latest flood outlook concludes that the risk for significant flooding is substantial throughout the valley, now running above long-term historical averages.
Travel alert issued for southeast ND
FARGO — The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have issued a travel alert for southeast North Dakota due to snow causing reduced visibility and slippery road conditions.
Siblings allegedly beat and shot family dog in central Minnesota
STAPLES, Minn. — A brother and sister are accused of beating and shooting their family's dog at a campground in Wadena County in central Minnesota over the weekend. The Wadena County Sheriff’s Office, consulting with the Humane Society, has been investigating the incident.
Fargo Public Works Focusing Efforts on Snowbank Removal
FARGO, N.D. Due to unseasonably high snowfall amounts, the Fargo Public Works Department continues to work 24 hours per day, 7 days per week to clear snowfall from roadways and remove high snow piles from the sides of streets.
Public spas and hot tubs draw scrutiny with recent Legionnaires cases in the Valley
FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) For the second time this month, health officials in the Valley are investigating how people contracted a dangerous bacteria after visiting a hotel spa.
Winter storm watch expands across southern Minnesota: Blowing snow west, heavy snow and wind to the southeast
The first impacts of a powerful winter storm that'll affect Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin this weekend will be felt late Friday, before the strongest part of the storm arrives Saturday night through Sunday morning.