GRAND FORKS, ND--A woman claims a case of discrimination has been made years after a deadly accident. Reporter Kenneth Chase first spoke to Dina Dementi back in June, when she told WDAY she had learned she was kidnapped from Guatemala as a child. But today, Dementi is telling a different story.
GRAND FORKS, ND--Help for the homeless is just days away. A new housing option will soon help them with the transition to a more permanent solution. Dozens of people went to this ribbon cutting ceremony for the La Grave on First. The facility has 42 units, dedicated to people transitioning out of homelessness.
GRAND FORKS, ND--A local woman is speaking out after vandals set her flag on fire. Ashes and scraps of fabric are all that’s left of Cindy Kaml’s flag. "I can't believe that somebody would do this to a flag,” said Homeowner Cindy Kaml. Kaml was visiting family two hours away when she got the call Saturday morning from her neighbor.
FORT TOTTEN, ND--It's a place they say will help families. Crews are building a rehabilitation center for people struggling with addiction in Fort Totten. "Our youth are having lots of problems with drugs and alcohol,” said Tribe Elder, Joe Lawrence Sr. Addiction Is something Joe Lawrence Senior knows all too well.
GRAND FORKS - As drones are a threat to border security, a massive expansion project is underway at Grand Sky.
GRAND FORKS, ND--The most chases in Grand Forks since 2015. That's what police say is possible this year. A late night chase ended in a crash. "A vehicle travelling at an excessive rate of speed,” said Grand Forks Police Department Lieutenant, Bill Macki. The second within a week in Grand Forks.
KITTSON COUNTY, MN--A cold case heats up in Kittson County -- as authorities search for clues decades later. 41-year-old Becky Jo Look has been missing since October 1995. On Wednesday, more than 20 years later police are hoping to figure out what happened.
EAST GRAND FORKS, MN--Bug season is about to get a lot worse, according to local exterminators. They sting. "You'll see a lot more noticeable nests. You’ll see them in the ground,” said Robert Derrick, of Complete Pest Control Inc. And right now -- many more are buzzing around town.
GRAND FORKS, ND--The Health Department is closing in a local man, as they say his hoarding tendencies are out of control. Reporter Kenneth Chase spoke Donald Masse to ask if there is anything anyone can do to help him. Masse wouldn't say much other than he wants the city to leave him alone. Masse has been going back and forth with the city about his home for years.
GRAND FORKS, ND--It was a shocking scene in downtown Grand Forks. A local family is grieving after a high speed chase ends in one man's death. The crash is cleaned up now. But early Thursday morning, a man's car reached speeds well over 60 miles per hour while driving through this neighborhood.