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UPDATE: FARGO -- Local police have postponed the Press Conference after the discovery of Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind. The conference is believed to be rescheduled until at least Monday afternoon. We will keep you updated as we learn a new date and time. ORIGINAL: FARGO -- WDAY/ WDAZ will be live streaming the press conference after the discovery of Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind's body near Moorhead Sunday night. The press conference will take place at the Fargo Police Department at 11:30 p.m.
FARGO—Traffic was backed up on Broadway in Downtown Fargo Saturday morning thanks to a train stopped on the tracks. It was stopped for over an hour around 8:30 Saturday morning. There were no emergency crews there, and no report of an accident. Witnesses say the train slammed on its break this morning to make a sudden stop. Fargo Police say they're not sure why the train didn't move Saturday morning.
CASS COUNTY—A motorcyclist has been taken to the hospital after hitting a deer in rural Cass County Saturday afternoon. According to the Sheriff's office a man who's name has not been released was riding on County Road 5 just south of Erie around 1:00 p.m. We don't have many details at this time because deputies are still trying to figure out exactly what led up to the crash. The Cass County Sheriff's office, Arthur Fire, Hunter Fire, Page Ambulance and Hunter Ambulance all responded. Stay with WDAY on this developing story.
UPDATE: The train is back moving after being stopped for over an hour Saturday morning.
FARGO - The Minnesota Department of Revenue announced Tuesday, July 18 that Jacob LeRoy Warren was recently charged with six tax-related felonies by the Ramsey County Attorney’s Office. The complaint states that Warren failed to file income tax returns or pay income tax between 2011 and 2013 while residing in St. Paul. Warren operated the businesses Worldlynk, Inc., Innovation Lynk LLC and Badabing, Inc. in that time period.
GRAND FORKS -- The Lamoureaux twins will be showing off more than their gold medals and smiles when ESPN: The Magazine's annual 'BODY Issue' hits newsstands on Friday. ESPN has already released the pictures from the issue online. The 28-year-old Grand Forks natives and former UND hockey standouts are joined in the issue by several of their U.S. Women's National Hockey teammates. In the 9th 'BODY issue' which ESPN calls a "celebration and showcase of the athletic form."
FARGO - Flames completely engulfed a house in Fargo early Wednesday morning. The call came in shortly after 1:00 a.m. to 1623 Roundhill Drive in Fargo. Horace Fire arrived first on scene. Davenport, Kindred and West Fargo Fire were called into assist because there are no fire hydrants in that area and tankers had to be brought in for water.
GRAND FORKS—A Grand Forks thrift shop was damaged Saturday when a car smashed through the front window. It happened just after the noon-hour when a car accelerated into the Salvation Army. The Grand Forks Fire Department says there was no major damage to the building, but the car nearly missed a support beam. Police believe the driver meant to reverse out of the parking lot, but instead accelerated forward instead. No one was injured and the Salvation Army plans to stay open the rest of the weekend.
FARGO—Dozens of dancers put their talents to the test this afternoon at NDSU's Festival Concert Hall. It was a part of Gasper's School of Dance's Spring Gala. Performers danced in a variety of styles including jazz, ballet, and solo. The Studio puts on this Gala every year to show how their students have grown throughout the season. Instructors say it's important because of the life lessons you can learn from dance.