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FARGO -- A Fargo police officer's good deed did not go unnoticed Tuesday, Sept. 19 as an onlooker snapped a photo and posted it on Facebook, where it has since gone viral. The Facebook post from Cass Mundy, of Fargo, to the Fargo Police Department's official Facebook page reads: "Whoever is driving car number 82, we need more officers like you. I watched him stop and escort a homeless man into his car in the pouring rain! Thank you for serving your people!!" As of 10 p.m. Tuesday, Sept.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.—Some employees at Jacksonville's Naval Hospital have been removed from their positions after making inappropriate remarks and gestures in a social media post that has since gone viral online. In one photo, an employee can be seen giving a newborn baby the middle finger, with a caption below reading, "How I currently feel about these mini Satans." In the second photo, another employee is seen grabbing the arms of a newborn baby and holding them up. The post with the second photo read, "the 'navy nurse' and her friend made a baby dance to rap music."
DETROIT LAKES, Minn. - The Detroit Lakes Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying a man and a woman involved in a recent theft here. In a Facebook post posted Monday afternoon, Sept. 11, on the Detroit Lakes Police Department Facebook page, six security camera photos show a middle-aged man and woman shopping in the nail care section of what appears to be Walmart. The security camera photos show that the theft occurred shortly before 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 1.
MOORHEAD - 10-year-old Tanner Gilbertson caught this whopper of a catfish from the shore of the Red River in Moorhead Wednesday, Aug. 23. According to Tanner's mother, Lisa, the catfish weighed in at a little over 20 lbs.
PHILADELPHIA - Carson Wentz has a lot of fans, but none of them can claim the title of Harlem Globetrotter, except one. Prior to the Eagles preseason game Thursday, Aug. 24, Harlem Globetrotter star Handles Franklin got a chance to meet the Eagles star quarterback, even giving him a crash course in basketball trickery. Handles is a devout Eagles fan and follows the team closely while traveling the world with the Globetrotters. He names Wentz as his favorite player in the NFL.
FARGO—Some local hunters are firing back at People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals after the animal rights organization launched a Facebook photo frame built around their "shoot selfies, not animals" campaign. The frame, which is available to add to a personal profile picture on Facebook, acts as a filter over the profile picture. The frame adds the text "shoot selfies, not animals" over the top of the photo near the bottom. A deer's head is also included to the right of the text, along with with the name of the organization, PETA.
FARGO - Mike McFeely and fellow colleague Jay Thomas, both of Forum Communications, went "Over the Edge" Friday, August 11 all for a good cause. For more information on the fundraiser, click here. You can watch the full video by clicking play in the scroll above, enjoy!
FARGO - The Fargo Police Department is seeking the public’s help in identifying the suspect in a vandalism that took place earlier this month near 1026 NP Ave. Surveillance photos of the suspect were taken from security camera footage at 1026 NP Ave., formerly Union Storage and now known as The Historic Union Loft Apartments. If anyone has information regarding this incident, the Police Department urges you to call its tip line at 701-241-5777.
FARGO – Two tech billionaires have now made North Dakota stops in the past two weeks. Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Bill Gates made a stop in Fargo this past weekend to pay a visit to an old friend, Gov. Doug Burgum.
CASSELTON, N.D. – There’s a mystery surrounding one of Cass County’s most historic buildings after a portion of its stone roof toppled to the ground. The Old Stone Church, better known now as the Casselton Heritage Center, may have been victim to a lightning strike after a thunderstorm moved through the area early Thursday morning, July 6.