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BELTRAMI COUNTY, Minn. -- UPDATE: A Minnesota woman is dead after authorities say she led them on a high-speed chase that ended in a rollover crash Tuesday night.
Welcome to your news update. TWO PEOPLE CHARGED IN DEATH OF 6-YEAR-OLD BOY Two people in jail for the death of a young Fergus Falls boy have now been charged.
Welcome to your news update. EARLY MORNING CRASH INJURES FOUR PEOPLE Four people, including three children, were hurt in a crash between a semi and a van early this morning.
Welcome to your news update. SEMI-TRAILER FIRE SHUTS DOWN LANE OF TRAFFIC ON I-29 New information this morning on a fire that damaged a semi-trailer and shut down a lane of traffic on the interstate last night.
FARGO—It's been 36-years of flips, tricks, and jumps at the Gold-N-Motion Gymnastics show. This year the show held a theme of "Tell Me A Story". Routines played along to classics like the Wizard of Oz, and the Little Mermaid. Competitive groups and members of the F-M Acro Team proved to be inspiration for some young gymnasts in the crowd. "I'm excited! I was in classes, and now I'm in team," said Alexis Ackerland, Aspiring Gymnast. Competitors ages range from just 4 years old to 18.
(WDAY) -- A smoking semi-trailer has reduced traffic down to one lane on the interstate. Northbound traffic on I-29 has been slowed since around 9:00 Sunday evening. In the video above you can see smoke coming out of this semi trailer blocking one lane just south of Fargo near mile marker 52. According to Red River Dispatch the smoke was caused by the brakes starting on fire.
NORTH DAKOTA -- A travel alert has been issued for parts of North Dakota including Valley City, Jamestown and Edgeley. THE DOT wants you to know that snow covered areas marked in purple are still driveable. You should still slow down and drive according to the conditions. To keep updated with road conditions in North Dakota, click here .
FARGO—Red River Valley Coin Club held their yearly auction on Sunday, but with one small addition. Before the adults got a chance at their collections, the club held a 'youth' auction. The children were each given $300 dollars in Monopoly money to places their bets on coins. The goal? To get them involved with the hobby of coin collecting at an early age while also starting their collection.
MOORHEAD—Hundreds of music lovers got to see drummers from around the world perform live at Concordia College. If you've watched Jurassic World, or seen shows like Family Guy and The Simpsons, then you've heard this man play the drums before. Bernie Dresel is one of the many world renowned drummers at Concordia's 28th Annual Day of Percussion. He's put the movie scores aside to play with the college's jazz ensemble. Dr. David Eyler hopes the events from today will help avid musicians grow and maybe inspire some new ones.
Welcome to your news update. WALMART BOMB THREAT Police have two suspects in custody this morning after a bomb threat at the Jamestown Walmart at 921 25th Street Southwest late last night.