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Welcome to your news update. MOORHEAD VEHICLES VANDALIZED This morning, police are investigating a rash of car vandalism in Moorhead. Just after midnight, police got a call reporting vandalism to 5 different cars parked in the 400 Blk of Brook Ave. Later, another car was found vandalized on 24th Ave. S. near the Family Fare.
(WDAY)—Here's a good story if you're sympathetic to turkey-kind. If you know a vegan, vegetarian, or someone who is trying to eat healthier will be at your table this year, you can make substitutions to your traditional meal. A Fargo area chef says she has a few recipes for a plant-based diet. They include turkey that's meat free and homemade gravy that is vegan approved. If you need a dessert substitution, you can even make a vegan pumpkin cheesecake.
Welcome to your news update. SOUTH DAKOTA OIL SPILL More crews and equipment are being sent to the site of the largest oil spill in South Dakota's history. More than 200,000 gallons leaked from the Keystone Pipeline near the North Dakota border. TransCanada Corporation says it's making progress on its investigation into the spill.
(WDAY)—There's no denying a pet owner's love for their animals, some people do everything with their furry friends and that includes sharing a bed. It's hard to resist letting your pet snuggle up with you at night, but have you ever wondered if your furry friend could be bringing more to the bed than the cuteness factor? Amy Anderson, a veterinarian at the West Fargo Animal Hospital says the possibility of fleas, ticks, viruses and infections spreading by sleeping with your pet are rare, but it could happen, and your pets aren't necessarily the main culprit.
MOORHEAD—You can learn about pet organizations and businesses in the metro at the 4th Annual Paws for Celebration event. It's happening this Saturday at the Moorhead Center Mall from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Diamond in the Ruff Pet Rescue is hosting the event, but other animal shelters from the area will be there too. Paws for Celebration gives you a chance to ask questions about pet ownership, meet adoptable animals and find out more about how you can local help shelters. The event is free and open to anyone.
Welcome to your news update. CAR-TRAIN CRASH Two women are dead after a train crashed into their car in Red Lake County. The two women were reportedly on their way to a Red Hats meeting in Brooks when the driver pulled in front of a train moving up to 40 mph.
FARGO—The 2017 Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign kicked off Wednesday at the West Acres Mall in Fargo. The NDSU Brass Quintet played holiday songs to get the crowd in a jolly mood. Members of the Salvation Army spoke about the importance of the campaign and explained where the money goes. The campaign lasts for 34-days. You can find red kettles at 33 different locations in the FM area. The Salvation Army also hopes to man those spots with 6,000 volunteer bell ringers.
FARGO—The first ever North Dakota Human Rights Film Festival will kicks off Wednesday night. It's happening at the Fargo Theatre and will run through Friday. It begins at 6:30 each night. You can see 22-unique films made in eight different countries while at the festival. Each work brings attention to people of different cultures, races, and sexual orientations.
Welcome to your news update HARWOOD ARREST It was a scary situation in Harwood this morning as police set up a perimeter and issued a code red for a neighborhood, asking residents to stay inside their homes.
FARGO—At Walmart, an allergy free alternative for peanut butter made in Fargo, is gaining its attention. Representatives from Walmart met with SunButter employees, Governor Doug Burgum and state representatives on Monday to talk about local production and jobs. SunButter employs more than 20-people in Fargo. All SunButter products are made from North Dakota grown sunflowers that are harvested by local farmers. Governor Burgum says North Dakota leads the country in production of 12-products, including sunflowers.