Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - A Habitat for Humanity project is helping women feel empowered and confident to get out and build. wOne of today's builders is our own WDAY 6 Reporter Sarah Klaphake. Sarah worked along side other volunteers this morning to build a garage complex in Fargo.
Waubun, Minn. (WDAY TV) - A special graduation ceremony on Friday in Waubun, a group of elementary and high school teachers is graduating from college after a 3-year specialized course in their small town. WDAY 6 Reporter Stephanie Goetz tells us how the teachers got their extended education catered to them in their own backyard.
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - The California-based website called craigslist, is making it more difficult for prostitutes in the F-M area to advertise their services for free. Right now, craigslist.com is one place where people looking for and offering erotic services can go. Fargo Police make prostitution arrests based off information on this list.
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - A domino effect, that's how the Chrysler bankruptcy will drastically change dealerships here. Three dealers in the area are losing some vehicle lines, but that's also impacting other car stores. WDAY 6 Reporter Travis Skonseng joins us live with tonight's top story. Low sales are leading Chrysler to close nearly eight hundred dealerships nationwide. The Lunde store in Fargo is one of those losing a staple line, the jeep.
Twin Valley, Minn. (WDAY TV) - A Twin Valley, Minnesota man, convicted of murdering his wife, will get a new trial to determine his sentence. Mark Horn was sentenced in December of 2003 to 20-years in prison.
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - Imagine hundreds of thousands of sandbags all headed to one big pile. The Corps is removing and now sorting bags and sand as part of the flood clean up. And with a fancy "knife and blade" system, cities and counties will be able to recycle sand without worrying about the bags.
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - A company that once promised 1-thousand high-tech jobs for our area will soon have none. California-based Alien Technology Corp is closing its Fargo plant, citing the slumping economy. WDAY 6 Reporter Kelsey Soby joins us live with more on who this impacts. About 30 employees at Alien Technology have been let go a few at a time over the past couple of months. The ones left say they're out June 5th.
FARGO, N.D. (AP) — The North Dakota National Guard says seven soldiers returning from Iraq after extending their duty there are finally returning home.
Two flights that were to bring the soldiers from Chicago to Fargo were canceled Wednesday. The Guard says flights have been arranged Thursday morning.
(WDAY TV) - Sometimes the way things have always been done is not the way they should be. That’s tonight on Further Review. Every year the spring sports schedules roll into the office, and every year we laugh at the games and meets that are slotted for early April.
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - You've seen them on our newscasts from the beginning, during, and now after the record flood. Tonight, WDAY would like to thank the men who helped keep Fargo-Moorhead safe. WDAY 6 Reporter Travis Skonseng joins us live with that story. They were the men on the front lines, the ones who kept us informed all along the way during the flood; the Mayors of Fargo-Moorhead.
Moorhead, Minn. (WDAY TV) - For once, our "weather talk" today is not about water or lack of sunshine, or rain; its wind and a lot of it. Gusts around our region hit 40-miles an hour today. WDAY 6 Reporter Kevin Wallevand joins us live tonight with more on a stiff west wind. From the valley to the lakes area, high winds turned a sunny summer day into breezy battle.
Fargo, ND (WDAY-TV) -- A Cass County Sheriff’s Deputy may have saved a vacant building from burning to the ground overnight.
Deputy Joe Gress saw flames coming from the vacant Happy Hour Bar on County Road 81 just before 11:00 pm.
Gress used a fire extinguisher from his patrol car to put out most of the fire.
Fargo, ND (WDAY Sports) - The wild ride that was the Fargo Force hockey season came to an end Friday night, but not before the first year franchise gave us plenty to remember. WDAY 6's Dom Izzo caught up with head coach and GM Dean Blais today for a look back and a peek ahead. “To do what we've done is pretty incredible, one of the few expansion teams to that, and it’s definitely a step in the right direction.”
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