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Welcome to your news update. HEAVY SMOKE AT BERNIE'S Reports of heavy smoke were called to Bernie's Wines and Liquors just after 11 O'Clock last night. That's on South University Dr. near Luna Fargo and the Domino's Pizza. This is cell phone video that was sent into us.
FARGO—The chilly morning didn't stop kids at Longfellow Elementary School in Fargo from getting outside and active. In fact, students went to school early to take part in a party. Blades, bikes, and boots got kids at Longfellow Elementary school to class on Wednesday. "People can really do whatever they want to get here from there house," said Kate McComb, Longfellow student. The school hosted a "Walk and Roll" party to celebrate International Walk to School Day.
Welcome to your news update. LOCALS EXPERIENCE SHOOTING A woman from Reynolds, North Dakota, says she's never been more thankful to return home. She witnessed chaos after the largest mass shooting in American history. Las Vegas turned into the scariest moment of Elizabeth Hildebrand's life.
Fargo -- You can try 50 different types of chili at the 8th Annual Roers Keller Williams Chili Feed for United Way on Tuesday, October 3. The event is being held at the Roers Shop at 4402 2nd Ave S. in Fargo from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm. The goal of the chili feed is to bring the community together and to give back to United Way of Cass-Clay.
WEST FARGO-- A West Fargo man re-committed to the "family business" Monday, by re-committing to serve our country. U.S. Army Staff Sergeant Nicholas Steele re-enlisted in the Army for another six years He has already served for 10 years as a recruiter for the Dakota District and works as a helicopter mechanic. A ceremony was held for Steele at the Veterans Memorial in Maplewood Park. Steele says about five generations on both sides of the family have served our country.
Welcome to your news update. APARTMENT FIRE Residents had to evacuate an apartment complex in South Fargo after it caught fire early this morning. This is video from the scene. The call came in at 2:15 to 3219 18th St. S. in a second floor unit.
DILWORTH, Minn.—Students at Dilworth Elementary raised more than $20,000 for the school's third annual Walk-A-Thon. Students were rewarded for their fundraising efforts with a chance to dunk their favorite staff member this morning. For every $20 raised, students got one chance to send their teacher into the tank. One fourth grader earned 17 dunks for raising $440, which was the most money raised. That student says his sports skills helped him dunk his school counselor.
Welcome to your news update. OFFICER-INVOLVED SHOOTING We have new information this morning on a developing story out of Becker County. This morning, Becker County Sheriff's Office is confirming an officer-involved shooting. They say just before 7:30 p.m. last night, deputies became involved in a high-speed chase that ended on Highway 10 near Audubon.
Welcome to your news update. FARGO CRASH It was a scary situation in Fargo this morning as a motorcycle and car crashed just before 2 o'clock. This is video from the scene. It happened at 4th St. N. and 6th Ave. N. in Fargo. Police say the man who was driving the motorcycle was arrested for DUI.
MOORHEAD—A piece of history and religion has made it's way to Moorhead. 68-pages from the original St. John's Bible will be on display at the Hjemkomst Center starting October 1st. The book was commissioned by Saint John's Abbey and University in Collegeville, Minnesota in 1995. It's the Revised Standard Version of the Bible. Each page is made of calfskin parchment, and the words were drawn with a quill. Those natural materials and the minerals used to make the colorful paintings will also be on display at the exhibit.