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WEST FARGO, N.D.—You can experience the North Pole without having to travel too far. This Saturday, Bonanzaville in West Fargo is turning back the clock with a Victorian themed holiday event. Starting at 10 a.m., you and your family can decorate holiday treats, design Christmas cards, and listen to carolers. If you want to walk around the property, you'll find unique lights and a fire—perfect for making s'mores. The museum is offering a discounted entry fee for this event.
Welcome to your news update. 80 CRIMINALS CAPTURED Some of the most violent, dangerous criminals in the region are now behind bars as part of a 30-day, undercover operation. Here are just a handful of the 80-criminals collared in "Operation Deja Vu."
HANKINSON, N.D.—A grass fire near Hankinson, was still burning as of Thursday evening. Around 2:30 on Wednesday afternoon Donald Buckhaus picked up a familiar, but alarming, odor in the air. "I was about a mile, a couple of miles way up at my son's house and I could smell smoke," said Donald Buckhaus, Homeowner. His eyes then caught up to his nose, and he noticed a large fire spreading across pastures, near his own home.
FARGO—You will soon be able to enjoy an outdoor winter wonderland, and an indoor market in downtown Fargo. Folkways is currently converting the Stone Building into a German themed holiday market called Christkindlmarkt. Thursday night, you can buy unique gifts, try new beers, and sit out by a fire. The free event continues on Friday and Saturday as well you can hear live music and make crafts on those days too. Organizers say the market gives local talent a chance to show off their work.
MOORHEAD—St. Joseph's School in Moorhead was put on lockdown on Wednesday while police searched for a wanted man in the area. Around 11:00 Wednesday morning, police were called to a home in Dilworth for a domestic dispute. Before police arrived, the suspect left, and drove to Moorhead. Police say, he stopped at the Verizon Wireless store just off of Main Avenue and upset staff inside prompting them to also call police. Officers found him walking downtown. He had a walking stick, but no weapons.
Welcome to your news update. MATT LAUER FIRED Matt Lauer has been fired from NBC's 'Today' show after an employee filed a complaint of inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace. Savannah Guthrie made the announcement at the start of the 'Today' show this morning. Lauer had been an anchor for the show for two decades.
FARGO—After catching a few sales during the recent retail holidays you may be feeling guilty for your purchases. You can change that feeling by giving back, it's the 6th annual Giving Tuesday. Family Wellness in Fargo celebrated the day with a taco bar. There, they encouraged people to make a $5 donation to their non-profit, the Inspire Wellness Initiative. The goal of the initiative is to inspire children and adults to cook, move and live well.
Welcome to your news update. PEDESTRIANS HIT BY CAR Two men are hurt this morning after being hit by a car in Grand Forks. It happened just after 8 p.m. last night in the 1700 Blk of Old Mill Rd. near the Bun Bar.
Welcome to your news update. SHOTS FIRED IN FARGO It was a scary situation for many in south Fargo as neighbors reported hearing gunshots last night. Fargo Police blocked off streets and evacuated people from their homes in the area. Police were called to 3525 11th St. S. around 11:15 p.m. last night.
FARGO—If you plan to shop local this Saturday you may want to stop by a new store. 'Affairs by Brittany Off the Rack' is an outlet boutique opening up on Small Business Saturday in downtown Fargo. This shop is a sister store of Affairs by Brittany in Detroit Lakes. Everything in the boutique is marked down from it's original price. Dresses start at $59. All styles are in season. The store buys a limited amount of items to help you keep your wardrobe unique.