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Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - Welcome to your afternoon update.

A Rothsay man is charged with trying to kill his girlfriend, by running over her. 34-year-old Casey Grunewald is charged with attempted murder, drunk driving and assault. Prosecutors say he ordered his girlfriend out of his SUV, after an argument. Grunewald then threw her down, and backed over her, pinning her underneath for a while. A driver eventually picked her up, and called authorities.

The Clay County Sheriff's office is thanking the public for helping identify the Crystal Sugar copper thieves. According to the department, investigators have identified both suspects involved and could not have done it so quickly without the publics help. The investigation is ongoing. The names will be released once charges have been filed.

Neighborhood watch is getting a digital upgrade. Fargo police are pushing a social networking website for neighborhoods. It's called You can simply create an account and join your neighborhood. Once in, you can get local recommendations, report suspicious activity or just get to know your neighbors.

According to USA Today, a brewing industry trade publisher says North Dakotans consumed 43.3 gallons of beer per drinking-age adult in 2013. That's the most of any state and more than double the 19.6 gallons in the low-consuming state of Utah. New Hampshire, Montana, South Dakota and Vermont round out the top 5.

If you're planning to crack a cold one at the fair this week, make sure you have your ID. Fair security will be on the lookout for underage drinkers. They're monitoring the crowd and checking IDs at all entrances to the beer gardens. Last year, dozens of minor in consumption citations were given out the first night of the fair. But that dropped off the rest of the week once word got out.

President Obama will have a meeting in Dallas later today about the immigration crisis on the border with Mexico. Republican House Speaker John Boehner says the plan doesn't do enough to secure the border. But he's not saying whether he will vote to approve the president's request for $3.7 billion to deal with the situation. Some of the money would increase the detention, care and transportation of unaccompanied children.

Here's what you'll find in today's Forum: Learn about the Redhawks preparing to celebrate paying off $5 million in debt.

And on the news tonight: "Cherries for Charity" kicks off.

Time now for our retweet of the day. It's from Deadspin: "A great big gallery of Brazil fans taking the loss poorly." Brazil lost to Germany in the semi-finals of The World Cup Tuesday. According to Twitter, 35.6 million tweets of #BRAvGER makes the game the most-discussed single sports game ever on Twitter. Nice pictures.

You can find that retweet on Twitter @WDAYnews. You can find me too @LaneWDAY.

Thanks for watching. Join us for more news tonight at 5 and 6 and 10.

I'll see you tomorrow morning on First News and for more online updates.

Have a great day.

Lane Zyvoloski

Lane Zyvoloski is a Minnesota native from St. Cloud who is always ready for a wonderful morning! She studied multimedia journalism at Minnesota State University Moorhead where she graduated. After graduating, she started her career at the Fargo Forum in May 2013 and moved to Forum-owned WDAY in November 2013. She’s been anchoring WDAY/WDAZ First News since June 2014. Lane holds a National Mark of Excellence award (2012) from the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ). She also earned three regional SPJ Mark of Excellence awards, a National Academy of Arts and Sciences Award for Excellence, and an award from the North Dakota Professional Communicators (College Contest). A life-long musician, Lane has a passion for singing and a decade of classical private voice training under her belt. She is fluent in American Sign Language and has a passion for signing songs. She’s also kept a journal since the eighth grade - likely an early sign she would be a writer. Lane has always been a “news junkie,” waking up at the break of dawn every morning as a teenager to watch the morning news before school. She would love to hear any story ideas you have via email! 

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