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A Fargo woman said she and her 24 year old autistic son, Ryan, are being targeted for a picture showing a mother's love. Myra Flemmer called us after hearing from employees from two separate organizations who described the photo as derogatory.
One local wedding officiant says that price is too much. Samantha Walters says places will rip you off on anything having to do with the big day.
College football broadcaster Chris Fowler says he and the rest of the ESPN GameDay crew started planning a return trip to North Dakota as soon as last year's show ended in downtown Fargo. The three-hour show will be broadcast in front of the Fargo Theater on Broadway before Saturday's game between three-time Football Championship Subdivision winners North Dakota State and Incarnate Word of San Antonio, Texas.
A Minneapolis company with a long history of developing "in-fill" projects on old industrial sites has found more issues than expected with a blighted property in Fargo that it wants to turn into the Butler Business Park. Hyde Development wants to build four huge, state-of-the-art commercial buildings on the southeast corner of I-29 and Main Avenue.
In preparation for the ESPN College GameDay broadcast, the City of Fargo and the Fargo Police Department are asking spectators to be respectful of the downtown area and help keep it clean. Alcohol will not be allowed in public spaces, on roads, sidewalks or public parking lots.
Fire crews were called to 28 West Lynmar N in Fargo by neighbors who saw the fire around 1:00 p.m. Thursday. They say the flames started in the back of the trailer and quickly spread throughout the home.
Fire damaged the entryway of an apartment building at 1430 East Gateway Drive in south Fargo Thursday morning. There was lots of smoke but crews got the fire knocked down quickly.
FARGO -- A lockdown at West Acres Mall has ended. The mall went into lockdown after a woman was assaulted in her vehicle in the parking lot.
September 11, 2014 Physician and mindful living expert Romila "Dr. Romie" Mushtaq, MD has a unique perspective to discuss career burnout; not only is she a neurologist specializing in mind-body medicine, but she also used the mindfulness-based techniques she teaches to heal herself from career burnout as a physician. Career burnout is characterized clinically by loss of passion, physical and emotional exhaustion, cynicism and detachment, and feelings of ineffectiveness and lack of accomplishment.
Fargo police say a 58-year-old woman was walking through the parking lot when she was approached by a black male around 11:00 a.m. She says he told her to get into a vehicle and when she refused, a struggle or physical altercation happened. Police say the woman was punched in the head at least once and has minor injuries.
A North Dakota State University study cited by public officials in hearings on rail shipment delays has been withdrawn as an official publication of the university. The report by the department of agribusiness and economics was done at the request of North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp.
It is a move that restaurants and bars in many big cities do to set themselves apart from the rest. Dress codes are often times implemented as an effort for a business to establish a specific style or atmosphere for their customers.
A Fargo apartment entryway heater malfunctioned Thursday morning causing a small fire. The Fargo Fire Department says they were called to the building around 7 a.m. when someone saw heavy smoke coming from the front door of the Gateway East Apartments on the 1400 block East Gateway Circle S. Firefighters say flames and smoke were coming from the heater.
A car prowler who allegedly used an axe to smash out the window of a pickup is in custody with some help from the truck's owner. Fargo police were called to the 1500 block of 39 1/2 Avenue South just after 3 a.m. Thursday.
Within 15 minutes Monday, all 150 tickets for the Saturday brunch at Monte's were sold to fans eager for football and fine dining. The downtown restaurant at 220 Broadway hosted a similar event for last year's ESPN "College GameDay" broadcast, said Christian D'Agostino, chef/owner.
Progress is being made to make sure your power stays on. Xcel Energy has seen its share of outages this summer and says the company continues to upgrade its system.
Updated: Sat Sep 13, 2014 07:39 pm
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