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FARGO — Drivers can now forgo long lines for a quick stop at a new kiosk in north Fargo to renew their vehicle registration.
FARGO — A local group of students and professors is looking to take the next step in bringing a permanent science museum to the Fargo-Moorhead area.
FARGO – A haze moving through much of Fargo on Tuesday, May 15, was just smoke carried by the wind.
FARGO — A man charged with one sexual assault in Fargo in 2013 was charged with another past assault Tuesday, May 15, in Cass County District Court.
FARGO — A Fargo man whose house went up in flames twice in two years was found guilty of setting one of the fires in order collect insurance off the loss. A 12-person jury found Quang Son guilty on Friday, May 11, for setting his home at 4264 Russet Ave. in Fargo on fire on Dec. 15, 2014. Judge Susan Bailey ordered a pre-sentencing screening for Son and a sentencing date will be set within 90 days. Court documents show Son filed a fraudulent claim to his insurance company in order to receive more than $50,000 for the loss.
MOORHEAD — Attorneys gave their opening statements Monday, May 14, in the trial of Justin Critt who's accused of bludgeoning Melissa Willcoxon to death with a hammer and setting fire to the home she was house-sitting. Prosecutor Lori Conroy told the jury they will see images of Willcoxon's body "burned beyond recognition" and the results of an autopsy that showed she died before the fire from blunt-force trauma. Conroy claimed that 40-year-old Critt killed 49-year-old Willcoxon and started a fire to cover up the crime.
FARGO — "Worried." "Fearful." Those are words used by Fargo-Moorhead-area community leaders when talking about immigration policy changes coming from President Donald Trump's administration. Among the many changes, one that has many concerned is the number and pace at which countries are having their temporary protected status taken away. "It's a big challenge to us as a community," said Christian Harris, executive director of the New American Consortium here.
FARGO — What was supposed to be a quick drop-off turned into something else when Kelvin Daniels was randomly attacked by a man wielding a knife and found himself fighting for his life. "I wasn't prepared for a fight on concrete," he said. "I was in sweatpants and flip-flops." Daniels dropped off his friend at the Amtrak station in downtown Fargo at about 12:30 a.m. Sunday, May 6. When he approached his car to go home a man, identified in court documents as Gabriel Messmer, rushed at him with a knife.
FARGO – The newest addition to the Fargo Police Department isn’t a police car, computer or advanced safety equipment but a new van to shepherd kids and teenagers to after-school programs and field trips, police announced Thursday, May 10.
FARGO — The Red River Children's Advocacy Center will receive $300,000 over three years from United Way of Cass-Clay to increase the center's mental health services, the organizations announced Wednesday, May 9.