Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - There is an alarming trend at the Detox Centre in Fargo. Since the site opened in 2003, the number of people needing its services has more than tripled. Now it is at 3-thousand people a year. The center has had to adjust to this growing number.
Breckenridge, Minn. (WDAY TV) - It's not your typical lemonade stand along Highway-75 in Breckenridge. You'll see a gang of kids outside holding signs, but as you pass by, you'll see donated canned food and bracelets for sale. It's part of Harley Jo's wish, a food drive campaign run by an 11-year old girl. This is the third and final year of the stand.
(WDAY TV) - The North Dakota diversion project is still on schedule; that today from the Army Corps of Engineers. State and local leaders made their case about the benefits of a diversion with Congressman James Oberstar. He can authorize projects like the diversion.
Moorhead, Minn. (WDAY TV) - About a week from now, people in Clay County will be able to have severe weather threats sent right to their cell phone or land line using Code Red. This now means whether you can hear a siren or not, you'll know if severe weather is heading their way.
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - The National Weather Service has released its three month forecast outlook. It says there's a good chance we'll see a lot of rain this fall, but mainly in the northern part of the Valley. Here in Fargo, city leaders are already preparing for what that could mean for spring flooding.
Moorhead, Minn. (WDAY TV) - It's that time of year, college students are registering for fall classes. At M-State in Moorhead, the two year community college is bursting at the seams, already reporting record enrollment numbers.
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) – It was a packed house tonight in the Fargo city commission chambers. People crowded together to get answers about special assessments for improvements to 25th street, sewage pipes and drain 53. Many say they can't afford upwards of 60 thousand dollars, and it's unfair to put the bill on their laps.
Horace, ND (WDAY TV) - There is new opposition to the diversion. The Mayor of Horace wants the project moved farther West so his city can grow. Between concerns from cities, landowners and people downstream, how do area leaders decide who has to sacrifice?
Gwinner, ND (WDAY TV) - Bobcat is opening up 100 positions at its Gwinner plant and now those jobs are up for grabs. Many applying for these jobs at Bobcat today have been out of work for months and drove from more than an hour away in hopes of walking away with a job. This chance with Bobcat is something they say will get them back on their feet.
(WDAY TV) - The World Health Organization is now saying the H1N1 pandemic is gone. About a year ago, we started hearing about a new strain of the seasonal flu, H1N1. It grew into a pandemic, prompting people to get vaccinated, but what should we expect for this year's flu season?
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - The Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch is finally going ahead with a plan to build a campus in south Fargo, this time right next door to the new Davies High School. The ranch was trying to build just south of the current site, but was shut down about a year ago because of zoning issues.
Mahnomen, Minn. (WDAY TV) - The close knit sheriff's department in Mahnomen County, Minnesota is grieving tonight over the loss of one of its own, Deputy Chris Dewey. A year and a half ago, while responding to a call, Dewey was shot in the head and stomach. Today he lost the difficult battle to recovery. Dewey's passing now leaves a gaping whole in the department.
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