WDAY / WDAZ Staff
Welcome to your news update. POLICE LOOKING FOR ABDUCTED GIRL, POTENTIALLY COMING TO NORTH DAKOTA Police are on the lookout for a registered sex offender, wanted in connection with the kidnapping of a 12-year-old girl, who may be heading to North Dakota.
Welcome to your news update. FIRE DESTROYS C&I BAR IN HUNTER High winds are making fire crews' jobs difficult this morning as they work to contain hot spots at the C&I Bar in Hunter, North Dakota.
Welcome to your news update. MAN ACCUSED OF KILLING HIS DAUGHTER A West Fargo man is out of jail this morning after being charged with the death of a baby girl.
Welcome to your news update. FAMILY DEFENDS MAN ACCUSED OF KILLING HIS OWN SON The girlfriend and brother of the Breckenridge father, accused of beating and killing his own son, are speaking out in his defense.
FARGO—Fargo firefighters broke the record for calls to service in 2017. They responded to more than 10,700 calls last year, which was up from about 10,400 in 2016. Data shows many of those calls are coming from the Downtown and West Acres neighborhoods. Despite the high numbers they're say they only had 81 building fires last year. They say at least 1,000 of those calls turned out to be false alarms . Commissioner Tony Gehrig told the Chief worries the neighborhood by Davies might be too far away from fire stations.
Welcome to your news update. HOUSE EXPLOSION INJURES TWO IN STUTSMAN CO. Two people are injured after a house explosion in Stutsman County.
FARGO—In celebration of Earth Day pints at Wild Terra Cider Bar will help the planet. For every pint purchased until 8:00 Sunday night the bar will sponsor a tree being planted. Unglued hosted a free craft workshop using recycled goods upstairs. Staff at the cider bar cleaned up by the river Sunday morning. They say it's a part of their every day efforts to be environmentally conscious.
FARGO/MOORHEAD—Music-enthusiasts were drawn to the Metro for Record Store Day. The day was created to celebrate independent record stores. Dozens lined up in the early morning hours to snag special vinyl releases. Store like Mother's and Vinyl Giant also have live music and specials throughout the day. Owners say this may be the largest turnout they've seen for Record Store Day Out. "As a record store owner it's pretty cool to see as CD sales decline, record sales increasing," said Brady Bredell, Owner of Mother's.
FARGO—People are enjoying the warm spring by grocery shopping outside. Saturday afternoon, the Red River Market debuted it's "Spring Market." About 25 vendors set up at the Prairie Roots Food Co-op parking lot along NP Avenue. More than 100 people stopped by the market. Organizers say they're using today to preview their summer market, which starts this July.