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WEST FARGO - A woman was detained after an incident early Tuesday morning, Feb. 13, in which a shot was fired from a gun into the ceiling of a residence on Center Street, the West Fargo Police Department reported.
Welcome to your news update. WEST FARGO POLICE RESPOND TO REPORT OF WOMAN WITH A GUN A West Fargo neighborhood was blocked off for nearly an hour this morning after a call of a distrubance with a firearm.
Welcome to your news update. GAS STATION ATTEMPTED ROBBERY SUSPECT CAUGHT We have new information this morning in an attempted armed robbery at a Fargo gas station.
Welcome to your news update. GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN ENDS WITH TRUMP SIGNATURE The government is back open this morning after President Trump signed the budget bill into law. The government was shut down since midnight eastern time. The Senate passed a bill just after 1:00 eastern time this morning, after a delay due to protests from Senator Rand Paul, who is opposed to raising the federal debt limit. The House signed off on the bill just after 4:00 eastern time this morning.
Welcome to your news update. DRUG BUST IN GRAND FORKS A Grand Forks man is in custody this morning after police allegedly busted him with more than $1,000 worth of meth. Court documents show the Grand Forks Narcotics Task Force has been following Terriyn Baker for months. Undercover authorities agreed to buy 28 grams of meth for $1,200 from the man. The alleged deal was set up in early September at the Budget Inn off Highway 2. Authorities filmed the interaction and recorded audio. Baker is facing a felony count of delivery of a controlled substance.
Welcome to your news update. POLICE SEARCHING FOR VEHICLE Police in Minot are looking for a vehicle that may have been involved in a shooting. It's a red pickup with a single exhaust stack that rises from the bed of the truck behind the cab. Police said it was seen near 17th Street SE around the time a 26-year-old man was shot there at about 5:00 last night. If you've seen the vehicle or know who it belongs to, contact Minot police. INSIDE EDITION INTERVIEWS GREYWIND FAMILY
Welcome to your news update. POLICE CHASE ENDS IN ARREST A Grand Forks man is in jail after a two-state chase ended in a residential Moorhead neighborhood.
Welcome to your news update. POLICE CHIEF TO OFFER TESTIMONY IN HIS OWN SEXUAL ABUSE TRIAL The former small-town police chief accused of sexually abusing a child is expected to take the stand today. James Watson's attorney says he plans to call his client to testify on his own behalf. Watson, the former police chief of LaMoure, is accused of sexually abusing a girl under 15-years-old over a period of several months. If found guilty he could get life in prison. FISHING COMPETITION CHEATING INVESTIGATION
OTTER TAIL—An expensive reminder; even with our frigid temperatures, there are dangers that come with driving on lakes. A full size truck is encased in ice on Otter Tail Lake Sunday after it went through the ice near the bridge that connects Walker Lake with Otter Tail just off Highway 1. There's moving water in that area and often thin ice and even open water. As you can see, the truck isn't submerged. That area is near shore and shallow. Sources tell us the driver escaped unharmed, by crawling out the window.
METRO—Super Bowl Sunday is arguably the busiest day for pizza joints. In the metro, specials for the big game are hard to come by. Many pizzerias have offers that have been going on for weeks or month, but nothing geared for the football fans, still they expect to be busy. Some places have doubled the amount of staff for the rush. "A person in my position, anything that brings us business and pulls business our way for the future is definitely a win for us," said Randall Palmer, Domino's General Manager.