Thursday News Update (9/14)
Welcome to your news update.
FARGO BURGLARY ARREST
A man is in jail after he broke into a home and tried to run away from police.
Authorities say it happened around 11:30 p.m. last night in the 700 block of 11th Street South.
35-year-old Daniel Wylot of Fargo was inside the house when he was caught by the homeowner.
When police came, Wylot ran.
He was later arrested for burglary, refusing to halt, and an outstanding warrant.
He is being held in the Cass County Jail.
Farmers and ranchers across North Dakota are getting more help in rebuilding their herds after the drought.
The Bank of North Dakota is offering up to $30,000,000 in loans.
The Governor, Ag Commissioner, Attorney General and CEO of the bank voted to give the program the go ahead just yesterday.
An estimated 10% of cattle herds were sold-off in the state this summer.
WILDFIRES OUT WEST
Much of North Dakota and even parts of Minnesota now have unhealthy air quality conditions.
Smoke from wildfires in Montana and Canada are filling our skies.
This picture is from Jamestown, where you can barely see anything
And in Bismarck, schools canceled recess.
The department of health is encouraging people with breathing problems to avoid daily activities or wear a face mask with an N-95 rating.
Most other people might just notice a scratchy throat.
Join us for more news throughout the day on WDAY.com and WDAZ.com.
Have a great day.