WDAY / WDAZ Staff
Welcome to your news update. FIRE PUTS THREE WEST FARGO FAMILIES OUT OF THEIR HOMES Three families are not sleeping at home this morning, after their houses caught fire yesterday.
Welcome to your news update. MAN ARRESTED FOLLOWING STABBING IN MOORHEAD A stabbing happened last night on the east side of Moorhead.
GRAND FORKS—A beloved food pantry closes its doors in Grand Forks leaving people in need with fewer options. The Store House Food Pantry has been in operation for the last couple of years, giving food to as many as 100 families each week. The pantry sits on the same property as the First Church of God where church's members have decided to sell the building including the pantry's space. On Wednesday people showed up to get their final food donation.
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Welcome to your news update. THREE-CAR COLLISION INJURES SEVERAL PEOPLE Several people, including two children, are recovering this morning after a three-car collision involving a police cruiser in Grand Forks last night.
Welcome to your news update. MOTHER OF FERGUS FALLS BOY CLAIMS SHE SPOKE WITH CPS BEFORE HIS DEATH The biological mother of a child who died after severe abuse in Fergus Falls said she called social services before the boy's death.
Grand Forks, ND-- Officers responded to a call of a report of an injury accident at 7:15 a.m. on Monday at the intersection of 32nd Avenue South and South 34th Street in Grand Forks. Authorities say a Chevy Equinox appears to have been traveling northbound on South 34th Street when it hit a Ford Escape traveling westbound on 32nd Avenue S. The two vehicles collided in the westbound lane of 32 nd Ave S. The driver of the Ford Escape was transported to Altru Hospital to be evaluated for medical treatment. The crash is still currently under investigation.
FARGO—The Red River Zoo is calling on all "trainers" for their Pokemon Go Social. They teamed up with a local Pokemon Go group to get special Pokemon at the zoo. Trainers could find a 'shiny' Pokemon and evolve it as part of the afternoon's event. The Zoo put out "lures" on Pokestops and gyms for battles. Visitors also won prizes by showing staff who their favorite Pokemon is. The event goes to show there's no age limit to Pokemon training.
FARGO—Woodcarvers showed off their creations at the 43rd annual International Wood Arts Festival. On Sunday afternoon, 50 carvers displayed their art at the Ramada in Fargo. About 600 people walked through the door over the past two days. Besides art displays, there were also a few classes for beginners. Woodcarvers say the joy of the art is getting to make something out of nothing. "You can take a simple block of wood and turn it into something, as you look behind, you can see now it all of a sudden becomes something," said Rhonda Smith, Wood Carver.
UPDATE TO AN EARLIER STORY: Pelican Rapids has changed its rules to temporarily allow Strand Hardware to sell chicks. The hardware store owner, Matt Strand, met with the city on Tuesday. Strand was upset when the city nixed his efforts to sell chicks in his store, because of a city ordinance. Many in Pelican Rapids were also outraged by the chick ban. At the meeting, the city council decided to create a temporary ordinance allowing for the sale of chicks, according to mayor Brent Frazier. To read the previous article, click here.