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Aitkin County, MN - Two people are dead and one more is in the hospital with life threatening injuries after a crash on Highway 210 east of McGregor, MN in Aitkin County.
Welcome to your news update. NEW INFORMATION SHOWS DEATH OF FAMILY OF FOUR IN GRAND FORKS WAS A MURDER-SUICIDE We have new and disturbing information released by police on the deaths of a Grand Forks mother and her three young children.
HANKINSON -- A barn is a total loss after fire spread from a controlled burn in Hankinson, ND. Richland County sheriff's deputies and fire crews responded to the Troy Kath residence at 16685 101st St. SE to find the barn fully engulfed. The county fire marshall is still investigating the incident.
Welcome to your news update. COMMUNITY VIGIL REMEMBERS FAMILY KILLED IN GRAND FORKS Flowers, gifts, and well wishes remain in the yard of the family found dead in Grand Forks, after a community vigil last night.
FARGO—Footit Homes is rennovating the way they look at open houses. A first of its kind "pop-up" shop at this home's open house means to spice up the home-buying experience. Thunder Coffee, Dak & Co, and Inspire all brought something to offer for potential buyers. The realtors & businesses both say it's an invigorating take on an everyday happening. "It's been a lot more fun than a regular open house, and getting to hang out with these vendors has been a lot of fun so far too," said Dexter Dutton, Co-Founder of Coffee.
UPDATE: FARGO -- The fire that displaced two families Saturday night was accidental and electrical. Crews responded to this building in South Fargo off of 14th Street South, near the Baker Garden and gift. Firefighters tell us the flames were only underneath a floor between two different apartments between the floor of one, and the ceiling of the other. The two families were housed by the Red Cross last night. No one was injured. Still no word on how much the damages will cost.
FARGO—A garage is damaged after a bonfire reignited Sunday morning in Fargo. Fire crews say it started after a bonfire was not properly put out from Saturday night. It reignited at a home on Dakota Drive a few blocks away from NDSU. Firefighters say the fire spread to the grass, a bicycle and then the garage. They were able to put it out quickly once they arrived. Firefighters want to remind people to make sure they're fire is out completely before walking away.
FARGO—One man is in custody after officers say they received reports of shots fired in South Fargo. 33-year-old Bryan Porath is now at the Cass County Jail, after police say he got into a fight with his girlfriend that got physical. A caller told 911 they could hear a woman screaming and what sounded like shots fired. It happened at an apartment off of 47th Street South near Scheels.
FARGO—Crews are battling a garage fire in North Fargo near NDSU. Firefighters were first called to this garage at 4:45 Sunday afternoon of of 11th Avenue North. Neighbors say it may have been boarded up. Stay with WDAY on this developing story.
METRO— A car care clinic is giving young drivers a toolbox of new skills. Matt's Automotive put on Car Care For Teens, which is a way help young drivers become familiar with their ride. The hands-on clinic covers things like tire pressure, air filters and how to find problems under the hood. For these aspiring young drivers it's a chance to take charge of their car - and prevent problems before they happen.