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Deputy was allegedly dragged by car before high-speed chase in Grand Forks
A Grand Forks woman is facing charges stemming from an incident in which she allegedly dragged an officer a short distance with her car before leading police on a high-speed chase.
Inmate facing charges for assault at Grand Forks jail
A Grand Forks man is facing charges for allegedly beating another inmate at the Grand Forks County Correctional Center. Charges were filed Monday against Justin Howard James Metcalf, 24. If convicted, he could spend up to five years in prison.
Two face charges for spray painting downtown
Two Grand Forks men are facing charges for allegedly spray painting buildings and items downtown. Raymond Robert Escarsega, 20, and Brian Wayne Kruse, 25, could each face up to five years behind bars on felony criminal mischief charges.
Cold weather makes you drink more — but this could be good for ND
Do you find yourself drinking more alcohol during the winter months? You are not the only one according to a new study. The study from University of Pittsburgh Division of Gastroenterology, found as temperatures and sunlight hours decrease, alcohol and binge drinking increase.
Grand Forks Police Department searches for alleged armed robbers
GRAND FORKS - The search continues for two armed robbers who held up an innocent bystander. Police say around 6:45 Saturday night a man claims he was sitting in his car by the Forest Park Apartments near the mall when two masked men approached his car. He said one of them was holding a gun and deman
Residents speak out against 32nd Avenue bridge site
Grand Forks residents living along 32nd Avenue South say they're disappointed after council members adopted a recommendation for a bridge on that street. Neighbors called the proposal impractical and cited safety concerns and increased traffic. They also accused transportation officials of favoring
VIDEO: Tip-up fishing on Devils Lake lands big pike and big fun
Hard fighting. Fun to catch. Underfished and underappreciated. That pretty much sums up northern pike, and I had a chance to spend a few hours tip-up fishing for pike Sunday on Devils Lake with Brad Durick of Grand Forks and his 8-year-old son, Braden.
Masked men rob man at gunpoint in Grand Forks, police say
Grand Forks Police are searching for two men they believe robbed another man at gunpoint Saturday night, a press release said. Officers were called to the 3400 block of 24th Avenue South around 6:45 p.m., the release said. Police said a man was sitting in his car when two masked men with a handgun a
Grand Forks County Sheriff’s Office holds Shop with a Deputy event
The Grand Forks County Sheriff’s Office is hoping to make Christmas a little brighter for 19 children as a part of the department’s fourth annual Shop with a Deputy event. The event provides less fortunate children from the rural areas of the county a chance to provide their families with a good Chr
Hugo's to donate thousands of gallons of milk to food banks
Hugo's and Dean Foods will donate more than 7,800 gallons of milk Tuesday to the Great Plains Food Bank and the North Country Food Bank. The milk was collected from October donations by Hugo's shoppers during the Great American Milk Drive, according to a release from the Great Plains Food bank.
These Are The 10 Poorest Cities In North Dakota For 2019
We used science and data to determine which places in North Dakota are basically dead broke. Editor’s Note: This article is an opinion based on facts and is meant as infotainment. Don’t freak out we updated this article for 2019. This is our fourth time ranking the poorest places in North Dakota.
East Grand Forks City Council member Henry Tweten to finish term on Tuesday
Except for the three years he spent overseas for World War II, outgoing East Grand Forks City Council member Henry Tweten said he has never lived anywhere other than the city he loves.
Police: illegal hunter catches himself on camera
GRAND FORKS – WDAZ-TV -- A hunter nabs a deer and it's on camera. "It's not fair to the deer. There's no point in baiting. Go and get them fair," said Officer Nick Anderson, East Grand Forks Police Department.
OUTDOORS CALENDAR: A listing of Christmas Bird Counts, state park events and other outdoors happenings
Park vehicle passes are required for all events at North Dakota and Minnesota state parks. Vehicle passes are $7 daily and $35 annually in both states. • Dec. 18: Fourtown Grygla Sportsmans Club December meeting, 7 p.m., American Legion, 324 Brooks Ave., Thief River Falls.
Council approves 32nd Ave. S bridge recommendation
Tens of Grand Forks residents, many of whom live along or near 32nd Avenue South, filled City Council chambers Monday night to speak against a proposed bridge in their neighborhood.
Community Care Center, Food Pantry opens in Grand Forks
Since opening Dec. 5 in Grand Forks, the Hope Community Care Center and Food Pantry has served at least 123 families and given out 8,050 pounds of food, according to the center's director Linaya Heatherly.
Grand Forks police searching for armed robbery suspects
Grand Forks, N.D. (KFGO) - The Grand Forks Police Department is searching for two suspects involved in an armed robbery Saturday evening. The department says around 6:45 p.m. in the 3400 block of 24th Ave S., a male was sitting in his car when two males, one armed with a gun, approached him and dema
Two injured in single-vehicle crash near Thompson
Thompson, N.D. (KFGO) - A young man and a teenage boy from Grand Forks were injured after the pickup they were in ended up in a frozen in Grand Forks County Sunday afternoon. The highway patrol says around 2:45 p.m., a pickup was southbound on a gravel road about four miles east of Thompson when the
A taste tradition: Lutefisk, lefse, rommegrot draw stalwart Scandinavians to area's traditional church suppers
Tucked in the corner of a busy kitchen in First Presbyterian Church in Grand Forks, a team of white-clad "lutefisk chefs" led by Carrol Juven hover around steaming vats of the traditional Norwegian fish.
A mosque opened in East Grand Forks but some still think it’s a bowling alley
GRAND FORKS – WDAZ-TV -- A house of worship is getting a lot of unexpected visitors. What was once a popular bowling alley in East Grand Forks is now a mosque. A bowling alley turned mosque is now open on the east side of the Red River.