(WDAY TV) - It is being called the changing face of flooding, last spring's record flood highlighted the need for better flood protection in the Red River Valley. Area experts are studying the spring flood and talking about ways to prevent another record flood.
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - For the very first time, we are hearing from the Fargo man who was run over and left for dead nearly a week ago. Justin Bohmer invited us into his room at MeritCare where he is recovering from some serious injuries.
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - NDSU students are planning a big event to thank President Chapman for his service to the school, this after he announced his surprise resignation amidst several spending controversies at the school. Students from the past and present will lead a rally next week. The event is still in the works.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota's longest-serving inmate at the state penitentiary was released on parole Wednesday after serving nearly 40 years for strangling two women in a Grand Forks apartment.
Moorhead, Minn. (WDAY TV) - While we've been hearing a lot about Fargo’s plans and it seems to be full steam ahead on flood protection, across the river Moorhead is keeping up. Mayor Voxland says there will be no sales tax put in place to cover protection costs, instead the money will come from the state of Minnesota, and WDAY 6 Reporter TJ Nelson has more.
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