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40 min ago | Valley News Live
A Wisconsin truck driver was arrested in Fargo on Friday afternoon for having methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia on him while driving.
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1 hr ago | School Bus Fleet
During this winter, which brought exceptionally frigid conditions to much of the country, it was very unsettling to see multiple reports of children being left on school buses.
5 hrs ago | KVOX-FM Fargo
Fargo businessman Todd Reisenauer announced Thursday that he's seeking his party's endorsement for the PSC seat held by Republican Brian Kalk, who has not formally announced his intentions for re-election.
A growing city with an escalating crime problem, though it might not be to the degree which you thought.
The North Dakota Highway Patrol has identified two women who died in a rollover Wednesday on I-29 north of Hillsboro.
The special election vote next Tuesday is to re-authorize the district authority when it comes to mill levies with property tax.
Cass County Electric is reporting the cause of Wednesday evening's outage to be a failed transfer switch.
The Minnesota Sex Offender Program is "clearly broken" and in need of repair. That's according to a federal judge who ruled this month on a class action lawsuit, brought against the state, by clients of the program.
FARGO The Fargo City Hall Building Committee had its first detailed look at a revised concept for the new city government center.
It was a bittersweet day in West Fargo as a popular karaoke business closed it's doors and a new high-end bar is moving in.
The spotlight is getting set to shine on Fargo once again as the city's 2014 film festival gets underway Tuesday night.
FARGO The National Weather Service and the Army Corps of Engineers are conducting snow survey's from the ground and air in the Red River Basin.
The Fargo Public Schools is holding a special election on March 11 for Fargo citizens who live in Fargo School District #1.
The Army Corps of Engineers plans to fund the final $6.3 million needed to complete the planning, engineering and design phase for the Red River diversion project.
One of the men accused of being involved in a drug conspiracy will serve 17 ½ years in prison.
FARGO Fargo City Commissioners have approved demolition of Centennial Hall, attached to the Civic Center to make room for the new city hall.