Grand Forks, N.D. --Authorities say a man running a red light caused a 2-car crash near Grand Forks on Highway 2. North Dakota Highway Patrol says 20-year-old Adam Stecker of Grand Forks was heading south through an intersection with a green light when he was hit by 43-year-old Melvin Morin Jr. of Grand Forks. 35-year-old Shanell Azure of Belcourt was also in the car with Morin. Everyone involved was injured and taken to Altru in Grand Forks. The crash is still under investigation.
Richland County, N.D. -- Authorities are investigating a crash in Richland County Thursday morning. The sheriff's department says it happened on Hwy. 13 around 6:30 in the morning. When we called, authorities were still on scene. Stay with your news leader as we continue to follow this developing story.
Clay County, Minn. --A Barnesville woman was taken to a Fargo hospital after her car was hit in Clay County. Minnesota State Patrol says 56-year-old Marlene Avery was heading west on Hwy. 34 near Hwy. 32 Wednesday afternoon around 4:30. 17-year-old Brooke Jenison of Barnesville was heading east when she crossed the center line and hit Avery. Avery was taken to the hospital and is expected to be ok. Jenison was not hurt.
Mantador, N.D. --A second semi in just as many days was hit by another train in Richland County. Authorities say around 5:30 Tuesday evening, 53-year-old Ronald Erickson of Wheaton was driving on 163 1/2 Ave. S.E. just outside of Mantador. He stopped at a stop sign before the tracks and then kept going. However, he didn't notice a train coming straight toward him. Authorities say Erickson eventually heard the horn and tried to rush across the tracks with his semi and trailer.
North Dakota - Two cases of West Nile Virus in people have been confirmed in the state. The North Dakota Department of Health says the cases were confirmed in LaMoure and Barnes counties, in the southeast part of the state. Additionally, three birds from Grand Forks County have tested positive for the virus. In 2016, the Department of Health received 85 reports of people with West Nile. Check back for more on this developing story.
Fairmount, N.D. -- A semi driver is thankful he's alive after an incredibly close call with a train. 30-year-old Patrick Carstensen of Breckenridge was driving his semi over the crossing of Hwy. 127 near Fairmount Monday afternoon around 2:30. Authorities say the crossing arms then came down on the cab. Carstensen then stopped and the semi shut off. After multiple attempts to start the rig again, Carstensen jumped out before the train crashed into him.
Polk County, Minn. -- A Crookston man was taken to the hospital after he hit a deer on his motorcycle. It happened late Sunday night around 11. Authorities say 52-year-old Michael Seaweard was going east on Hwy. 2, close to Hwy. 32 when the deer ran out. Seaweard was taken to Altru hospital and is expected to be ok.
Fargo, N.D. -- Fargo police are investigating an alleged stabbing early Saturday morning. Police say a woman went to Sanford in Fargo around 5 with two stab wounds. The woman says she was randomly attacked. Police say the woman is expected to be ok. No other information is being released at this time. Stay with your news leader as we continue to follow this story.
UPDATE: 15-year-old Lucille Tomahawk has been found. ______ Fargo, N.D. --Authorities are looking for a missing 15-year-old girl. Lucy Tomahawk was last seen July 11 and now police believe she may be in the Fargo area. She is 5'7" with red hair and light brown eyes. Authorities say she's likely wearing an Under Armor sweatshirt. Anyone with information is urged to call police.
Fosston, Minn. --A man was arrested for making terroristic threats at a Fosston business. The call came in on Monday, July 10. After receiving the threats, the Polk County Sheriff's office held a perimeter around 211 Larson Ave. N. in Fosston. The man inside the home was arrested and taken to the Crookston jail for terroristic threats and domestic assault.