Moorhead, MN (WDAY TV) - A scare Friday in Moorhead as fire crews were called to a possible oil rail car fire behind Target around noon.RELATED CONTENT
A new museum exhibit celebrates the early days of Devils Lake. The Lake Region Heritage Center recently unveiled "memories of a boomtown," showcasing life in the Lake Region from 1890 to 1920.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - FX's TV hit Fargo has more people hoping to get their hands on a Minnesota accent, as well as some pieces of history from the place we call home.RELATED CONTENT
The Warren Volunteer Fire Department is hosting their 122nd annual Firemen's Ball and smorgasbord Saturday, April 26th at the American Legion in Warren.
Larimore residents may return to normal water use. The city advises that there may still be some brown water. Residents are asked to call the city at 701-343-2181 with any questions.
Two international students from UND are getting ready to head to New York to participate in a UN Youth Meeting. The students are a part of a program in which they complete English classes and agree to attend UND once they're done.RELATED CONTENT
The city of Grand Forks has reopened the Lincoln Drive Dog Park and lower trails in the Greenway.
A conveniently located dive team was able to fix a problem at the water treatment plant in Larimore, N.D., but the town's 1,300 or so residents will still have to conserve water for another day, a city official said today.
Students and staff at Devils Lake high school dealt with a surprise Wednesday morning. A fake bomb threat scenario played out that forced the school to put its emergency preparedness plans into place.RELATED CONTENT
A Thief River Falls man who led police on a car chase that exceeded 120 mph appeared in court Wednesday, according to the Marshall County Sheriff's Department.RELATED CONTENT
The city of Larimore is asking residents to refrain from using city water until further notice after a possible water main break. Officials are investigating the situation.
The Grand Forks Air Force Base School Board nearly unanimously approved Tuesday to consolidate its schools, bringing an end to several years of discussion on the topic.
Governor Jack Dalrymple was in town today attending the 2nd annual Governor's Business Forum. The event is put on by the Greater North Dakota Chamber and the Governor's office.RELATED CONTENT
The Grand Forks Sheriff's Department wants to alert the public to a current phone scam.
The music festival proposed for Grand Forks will not happen this summer, but organizers say they will continue trying to pursue the event for future years.