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Ben Morris

News Anchor/Reporter

Ben Morris joined WDAY in June of 2021 as a news reporter. He grew up in southern New Hampshire, before he moved to Fargo. He majored in media communications and minored in marketing at the University of Toledo in Ohio.

Women grocery shopping at the Walmart off 52nd Avenue South in Fargo look to spread the word about how they stayed safe through their nightmare trip.
The museum added an F-101B jet, which was last seen by the public at the Fargo AirSho in 1997.
The vandalism is the third time in as many months that the white supremacist messages have been found.
A resident at the Woodrow Wilson Apartments alerted WDAY News that cars in the area had fliers from the Patriot Front on them, Monday morning Sept. 5.
Families now have to pay for school meals for the first time in roughly two years, after the Department of Agriculture's pandemic era program expired.
Students return to school without universal access to free lunch, which has been present in the last two school years.
Caterpillar gave WDAY a look inside their operation, right here in the metro.
The departments will now distribute the life saving overdose medication Naloxone.
Erik Schmidt shared with WDAY News the story of how his wife and newborn son tragically passed within days of each other.
Some new mothers may look to make a switch from formula to breastfeeding, after the recent shortage