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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—A woman has been airlifted to Fargo after getting pinned under a car tire. 53-year-old Tammy Jo Goerger is being treated for non-life threatening injuries. According to the Richland County Sheriff's Office it happened on Sunday after 1:00 p.m. The sheriff's office, Wyndmere Ambulance, fire and first responders all arrived. The accident is currently under investigation.
Fargo-- Police were called to an apartment building on the 1200 block of 11 and a half street north in Fargo for a report of a burglary. Authorities say two men broke into an apartment building and stole property from a resident's room. The two men used imitation guns that sounded like real guns when fired during the break in. The suspects then fled the apartment and dropped narcotics as they were feeling. Police say that the drugs could be the reason for the burglary.
Grand Forks-- Police were called at 9:47 p.m. on Sunday with a report of a robbery at the KFC fast food restaurant in Grand Forks at 706 South Washington Street. Authorities say a man went into the restaurant, showed an employee a handgun, and demanded money. The employee handed over cash and then the man left on foot heading west. Police are not saying how much money was taken. No one was injured and the handgun was not fired.
Moorhead - This is a photo of a head on collision between two trucks that was reported around 8:00 this morning. The airbags in both trucks deployed. The crash happened at 2800 27th Ave. S. in Moorhead near the Sam's Club. Stay with WDAY for the latest updates.
WEST FARGO - A woman was detained after an incident early Tuesday morning, Feb. 13, in which a shot was fired from a gun into the ceiling of a residence on Center Street, the West Fargo Police Department reported.
OTTER TAIL—An expensive reminder; even with our frigid temperatures, there are dangers that come with driving on lakes. A full size truck is encased in ice on Otter Tail Lake Sunday after it went through the ice near the bridge that connects Walker Lake with Otter Tail just off Highway 1. There's moving water in that area and often thin ice and even open water. As you can see, the truck isn't submerged. That area is near shore and shallow. Sources tell us the driver escaped unharmed, by crawling out the window.
A Moorhead man has been arrested for threatening his neighbors with a knife and forcing a woman back to his residence early Friday morning, Jan. 26, the Moorhead Police Department reported. .
Otter Tail County, MN-- Two people are hurt after a crash on Highway 29 and County Road 52 at 11:09 p.m. on Saturday. 19-year-old Caitlyn McKnight of Bertha, MN was traveling northbound on Highway 29 when she side swiped another vehicle going southbound driven by 18 -year-old Aubreenna Seals of Wadena, MN. According to the accident report, McKnight was under the influence of alcohol at the time of the crash. Both drivers were transported to Tri County Hospital with non life threatening injuries.
FARGO—A man with an out of state warrants was jailed Sunday night, Jan. 21 after running from police in Fargo. Fargo police pulled over a vehicle on Sunday night for driving without its headlights on near the intersecontion of Main Avenue and 40th St S.