Ty Filley

FARGO — WDAY News introduced viewers to Brian Nelson of Tolna, N.D., in July 2018, just after the antique collector's favorite show "American Pickers" went through his collection.
Bitter cold and stormy weather isn't just tough on your body — it can also be tough on your mind.
FARGO — Cities up and down the Red River Valley are bracing for yet another dose of harsh winter weather this week, with up to eight inches of snow expected in Fargo and possible wind chills as low as minus 50 degrees.
FARGO — American corn growers, including those in North Dakota, aren't pleased with a new commercial for Bud Light aired during the Super Bowl proclaiming the beer isn't brewed using corn syrup.
State legislators have introduced two separate bills to legalize sports betting.
FARGO — After an elderly woman was found dead in her car Wednesday, Jan. 30, in a Fargo grocery store parking lot, Fargo police say the public shouldn't be afraid to give them a call when something doesn't seem quite right.
FARGO — Twin Cities-based charity Feed My Starving Children has an ambitious goal for Fargo volunteers in the next few days: pack more than 2.5 million meals for undernourished kids around the globe.
FARGO — Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stops the United States Postal Service —unless of course it's 30 below zero.
Temperatures in frigid North Dakota were lower Tuesday evening than those at the southernmost point on Earth.
Auto shops and battery stores are reaping the benefits of bitter winter weather.