STAFF BLOG THE CHRISTOPHER GABRIEL PROGRAM Today's Show Thursday 2/4
Today on The Christopher Gabriel Program:
We've got a 10lbs show packed into a 5lbs bag today! Whew! We give a hearty goodbye to First News Anchor Jason Vincent as he moves on from WDAY News; Storm Tr... Posted on 2/4/10 at 3:10 AM
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - There is mixed news tonight about the future of flood protection in the metro. The preferred option by local leaders now meets the cost / benefit ratio, but it'll cost the local governments more money.
(WDAY TV) - Another victim is stepping forward, claiming sexual abuse against a former Fargo Priest. It's the latest in a string of allegations against Brother Raimond Rose, the Fargo Diocese and Shanley High School.
(WDAY TV) - City crews aren't the only ones still feeling the affects of last month's snow storm. So are private contractors. Now both are gearing up again for more snow. The storm is actually a blessing for some area businesses.
Frazee, Minn. (WDAY TV) - A state deadline to meet agreements with Minnesota teachers is quickly approaching. By midnight, all districts must have new contracts in place. Many districts have done so already, including Moorhead, Detroit Lakes and DGF. Not meeting that deadline will soon cost Frazee-Vergas thousands of dollars.
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - A Fargo man run down on a city street is making progress tonight in the hospital. Justin Bohmer's father tells us doctors took him off a ventilator and he is talking, but the search for the person who hit, dragged him and then fled, is ongoing.
(WDAY TV) - There are fears tonight that hundreds of thousands may be dead in Haiti's devastating earthquake, but there's still no official count. Bodies are piling up as recovery crews still search for others. For those living here with family in Haiti, getting word about their loved ones has been tough.
(WDAY TV) - If you're a Clay County homeowner, you need to know about changes made to the area's flood plain. The federal government is re-mapping the entire area, meaning you could be forced to pay much higher insurance rates.
Moorhead, Minn. (WDAY TV) - As we head into 2010, Clay County commissioners are hoping for a much calmer year. 2009 ended up being consumed by two major issues. Some of which could follow them into the New Year.
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - There's a new, temporary leader at North Dakota State University. Today Interim President, Richard Hanson took over for Joseph Chapman who left yesterday. Hanson is ready to start gaining back a tarnished reputation.
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