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Kevin Wallevand

Kevin Wallevand has been a Reporter at WDAY-TV since 1983. He is a native of Vining, Minnesota in Otter Tail County. His series and documentary work have brought him to Africa, Vietnam, Haiti, Kosovo, South America, Mongolia, Juarez,Mexico and the Middle East. He is an multiple Emmy and national Edward R. Murrow award recipient.

Contact Email: kwallevand@wday.com

Phone Number: (701) 241-5317

Throughout her recovery, Del Rae is thankful to be here, grateful for the support from friends and strangers, and hopeful of what is to come.
In West Fargo, one propane bus is ready to go, with four more on the way.
At 111 years old, Helene Sandvig remembers her career as a country school teacher in the 1920s, picking up her students in a horse and buggy.
As Minnesota man Jim Clemenson read the names on the The Wall, he recognized two of them as his classmates from West Fargo.
Many college students from the region will be headed back home for Thanksgiving break, but not all of them will be on vacation.
It was exactly 25 years ago that WDAY News brought the story of Ottertail dairy farmer Pete Thalmann patiently waiting for a new heart at Mayo Clinic. He waited six months there, his heart barely functioning. Time was running out until Thanksgiving in 1997, and a nearby family's unselfish gift of life.
The Little Buddy Foundation has helped get prosthetic limbs to just over a dozen children, including a South Dakota teenager who can now take part in rodeos, thanks to a new arm.
A Frazee, Minnesota school teacher would give anything to be back in her elementary classroom, but long-haul COVID has prevented that. Now there are special post-COVID clinics to help get patients back to living life again.
Private First Class Robert Alexander grew up in Tolley, North Dakota, a small town near Minot. He died in the south Pacific in 1944, and recently had his remains identified. Now, he has finally returned to the United States, to be buried at Arlington National Cemetery.
Sometimes, it's the little things that make all the difference, especially when you are trying to learn how to walk again. And how a change in attitude and feeling of "new life" all started with a pair of socks.