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1 hr ago | Hypebot
If you read Hypebot, you know music technology writer and user experience researcher Kyle Bylin. Whether in his writings or on the Upward Spiral podcast, Kyle has always sought to understand not just how music consumption and the music industry are changing, but why.
5 hrs ago | Valley News Live
Fargo police continue to search for a man who assaulted a woman outside of West Acres Shopping center last Thursday. On Monday, the Fargo Police Department released a surveillance photo from the parking lot outside of JCPenny.
9 hrs ago | Rock102online.com
Planning Director Jim Gilmour says it's a matter of conflicting ordinances and an occassional citizen complaint that comes his way. The land development code prohibits "animal confinement", an opinion the Planning and Development Department believes includes chickens.
10 hrs ago | KVOX-FM Fargo
In its second annual 100 best places to live report, Livability.com ranks Fargo number 22, up from 98 in last year's survey. Livabililty.com's editor Matt Carmichael said every city is competing for good workers, new business and making sure people to stay and rankings like this can help a city tell the message.
10 hrs ago | KVOX-FM Fargo
Many businesses, especially bars and restaurants, were happy to see the thousands of people who packed Broadway in downtown Fargo for Saturday's ESPN College GameDay broadcast. A lot of businesses opened their doors early to accomodate all the Bison fans who were there.
12 hrs ago | Valley News Live
Miss North Dakota and Fargo native Jacky Arness, took to the stage, competing the 2015 Miss America competition in Atlantic City, New Jersey Sunday night. MomsEveryday is a sponsor of the STEM scholarship.
16 hrs ago | Rock102online.com
Fargo police continue their investigation into an assault. The victim was found outside just before 3:30 a.m. Monday morning in the 200 block of 23rd Street south.
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.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 08:13 pm
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