FERGUS FALLS, Minn.—Witnesses in Fergus Falls believe they saw a drug bust in action Saturday afternoon. According to staff inside the Big Chief truck stop, they saw State Patrol, with a K-9, come up to a vehicle with Oregon Plates around noon. Witnesses said they saw troopers remove 13 to 15 garbage bags of confiscated material from the car. Then, they saw two people, a man and a woman, handcuffed, and taken away by state patrol.
LANGDON, N.D. -- The Langdon schools superintendent is apologizing after what he calls an unfortunate error on the scoreboard during a basketball tournament.
GRAND FORKS, N.D.—Two houses are under a firewatch in Grand Forks, after two different homes caught fire Saturday. No one was able to return to either of those homes Saturday night. A viewer sent us a video of one of the fires around 5:30 p.m. off of North 5th Street. The Grand Forks Fire Department says the smoke and fire were in the walls of the home, near an entryway. No word on what caused the fire, but crews say it was "electrical in nature." The damages will cost around $10,000. Damages from the second fire will cost a similar amount.
MOORHEAD—A convicted cat killer's name is being cleared of trying to get more pets. Two days ago, we told you how the Sturgis Police Department believed Jalan Greer went into the Sturgis/Meade County Animal Shelter in Sturgis, South Dakota. He's believed to be living there. They were looking at surveillance video from the shelter who said he came in asking for dogs. Word of that and a warning spread quickly on social media. But apparently, it was a case of mistaken identity.
MOORHEAD—Concordia College in Moorhead put together a full slate of events on this Martin Luther King Jr Day. Despite the weather, hundreds of people attended. There were several prominent speakers, such as Reverend Dr. Nekima Levy-Pounds, a civil rights attorney, professor, legal scholar and activist. A keynote address was given by Dr. Robin DiAngelo, a leader in cultural diversity, social justice, inter-group dialogue facilitation and anti-racist education. The college themed it's events with the question, "Free at Last?"
FARGO -- Fargo police were able to defuse a situation where they believed a suicidal woman was armed with a weapon.
Moorhead police are searching for a man who may also have a gun in public. Police tell us he may be in possession of 1 or more firearms. The man was not threatening anyone, but they set up a perimeter as a precaution. That perimeter was set up near apartment buildings around 16th Avenue and 18th Avenue South. Police say there is no risk to the public at this time, but they are still investigating. We will update you as we find out more.
PELICAN RAPIDS, Minn.—500 people were without water Saturday evening, after a water main break in Pelican Rapids. The city turned off the water to the south half of the city, south of 1st Avenue North. Saturday afternoon, they were trying to fix that water main break, in hopes of restoring water by the evening. But residents should also know there is a boil water advisory in effect once the water is turned on, meaning you should boil water before drinking it. This will be in effect until at least Monday.
FARGO -- At around 7:30 p.m. Saturday evening, emergency crews responded to a crash involving a car and snow plow. The crash occured at Dakota Drive and 19th Avenue North near Hector International Airport. The front of the car appeared to be crunched up. Police say nobody was injured and none of the drivers were cited.
MOORHEAD, Minn.—We have learned a 2-year-old boy is dead after four vehicle crash in Moorhead. The crash happened at 34th Street and Highway 10 around noon Saturday. Police say a pick-up rear ended a vehicle with two adults and a 2-year-old child. Officers say the driver of the pick-up was not intoxicated and has been cooperative with authorities. They're not releasing the identity of the 2-year-old until family members are notified. Reports show nobody else was seriously hurt.