Morning headlines: Influenza, RSV and COVID-19 hammer area hospitals — and it's just getting started

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FARGO — A rise in Influenza, RSV and COVID-19 cases is pushing hospitals in our region close to capacity, and doctors say we haven't hit the peak of the flu season yet.

The North Dakota Department of Health's weekly influenza report says there have been 862 new cases of influenza last week alone. The state has also seen its first death from influenza this season. Full story here.

Vehicle belonging to Moorhead homicide victim found

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MOORHEAD — An SUV belonging to a Moorhead woman who authorities suspect was killed by her son at her home sometime on Dec. 1 was located Wednesday morning, Dec. 7, in Wahpeton, North Dakota, according to a report released by Moorhead police. Full story here.

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