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FARGO—A man with out of state warrants is in jail Sunday night after running from police in Fargo. Authorities say they tried to pull over a car without its headlights on. The driver pulled over, but the man riding with her got out and ran. Police tell us the driver is a girl who is a runaway from another state. Police eventually found the man by the Petro Serve on 40th and Main. He is now being held at the Cass County Jail. The girl was not arrested, and police called her parents.
PHILADELPHIA—In Philadelphia, the Vikings and the Eagles are both contributing to a major economic boost. Restaurant owners in the city of brotherly love say every seat inside their bars will be filled. In fact, many restaurants like 'Nick's Roast Beef' put in extra orders of food and alcohol early to prepare for the crowds including an extra 100 pounds of beef, and an extra keg. They're expecting even more people than during last week's game.
GRAND FORKS—300 gathered at the Empire Arts Center in Grand Forks to stress the importance of voting and support the marches across the country. The event called 'Raise Your Vote' was hosted by the group, Equal Rights for All. A panel of speakers from all different backgrounds spoke to the crowd about our nation's electoral process and the importance of voting. The panel urged women and other minorities to get out and vote, saying that their voice makes a difference.
METRO—A local gym is celebrating a year in the F-M metro and doesn't plan on stopping any time soon. Saturday was the one year anniversary party for "OrangeTheory Fitness." The studio hosted an open house for anyone wanting to check it out, had a "rave" style workout with a DJ for members and Saturday night, a party at Shotgun Sally's with prizes. Since it opened OrangeTheory has gained more than 700 members and that's why the studio says it's so successful.
Welcome to your news update. ULISES VILLALOBOS CAPTURED FOLLOWING "BLUE ALERT" A man police considered dangerous is now in custody after a statewide manhunt.
Welcome to your news update. BELONGINGS DAMAGED INSIDE UHAUL STORAGE UNIT A Fargo man's belongings are soaked after a surprising find in his storage unit.
Marshall County-- A woman is hurt after a rollover crash on Highway 32 and County Road 47 at 9:09 p.m. on Wednesday. 20-year-old Cheyanne Mackert was traveling southbound on Highway 32 when her vehicle veered off the road into the ditch and rolled over. Road conditions were icy at the time of the crash. Mackert was not wearing her seatbelt and was distracted while driving, according to the accident report. Mackert was taken to Sanford Health Hospital to be treated for non-life threatning injuries.
UPDATE- According to the Fargo Police Department's Twitter account, 40th Avenue North is now completely re-opened. -- FARGO - A fatal crash was reported on 40th Avenue North at 6:48 a.m. on Wednesday morning in Fargo. According to officers on the scene, a car was heading eastbound on 40th Avenue North and was hit by a pick up truck that was traveling westbound.
Bemidji, MN-- Two people are hurt after a rollover crash on Highway 2 at Cardinal rd at 3:07 p.m. on Monday. 23-year-old Luiz Delarosa of Bemidji, MN was traveling westbound on Highway 2 when he entered the ditch and his vehicle rolled, coming to a stop on it's roof. Road conditions were icy at the time of the crash, according to the accident report. 23-year-old Tevin Maurstad of Spring Lake, MN was also in the vehicle at the time of the crash. Both of them sustained non-life threatning injuries.
Becker County-- A teenager is hurt after a rollover crash on Highway 34 at mile post 49 in Becker County on Sunday at 4:15 p.m. 19-year-old Cameron Landstrom of Fargo was traveling westbound on highway 34 when his Chevy Silverado hit a patch of ice. He lost control of the vehicle and it entered the north ditch and rolled before coming to a stop. 18-year-old Jennifer Wickham of Fargo was also in the vehicle with him. She was taken to Essentia Hospital to be treated for non-life threatning injuries. Landstrom was not hurt in the crash.