A new addition to a Minnesota law will have you driving more carefully, in more places, and at slower speeds. What originally included only four-lane Minnesota highways, the 'Move Over Law' now includes 2-lane roads. Say you're in an emergency vehicle, lights on, pulled over. You as a driver need to lower your speed, and move at least one lane over, in some cases the opposite lane if you're able. This new law is all in the name of safety.
FARGO N.D.—The AirSho is always exciting and entertaining, but it's not everyday that you get to jump out of a plane, with the U.S. Navy Seals, let alone having that person be one of the more well-known professionals around town. 12,000 feet, that's what separated Mayor Tim Mahoney from the ground, as he took to the air, skydiving with the US Navy Seals It's not for everyone, but when asked about soaring up the sky, it didn't take long for the Fargo mayor to decide.
The Fergus Falls River Walk looks bolder and brighter these days. A mural under the Court st. bridge is nearly complete. Local artists hired as a part of Springboard for the Arts of Year Play created 5 different sections. One artist feels a sense of pride having a permanent place for his work. "The fact that it'll be here forever and people for many years will get a chance to look at it and find the beauty in it as I do, I mean that's really what it's all about for me," said artist, Aaron McCune.
SOUTH FARGO N.D. - Two men are facing charges, after police say a man was attacked with a baseball bat in South Fargo, by the Vocational Training Center, early Thursday morning. Police arrested 54-year-old Danial Curtis, and 21-year-old Shane Burley of Fargo, both are currently in jail.
FARGO N.D.—They're near the water, and they hang out in tall grass. Every year, they always seem to come back. Those pesky mosquito. This year, some carry the West Nile virus with them. "West Nile is endemic to our region, so we have some of the highest prevalence of West Nile in North America and that kind of puts us in the forefront of West Nile cases on Earth," says Ben Prather, Director of Cass County Vector Control. North Dakota is one of six states reporting human infections this year.
FARGO N.D.—Forty years is a long time to do anything, and for one nurse, it's not about how long she's done it, it's what she's done during it. She's devoted her life, to helping others start theirs. Friends, old and new, and children she helped in the first days weeks, and months of their lives, came together to surprise Vicki Holton, a neonatal intensive care unit nurse. This is no ordinary surprise party, it's to honor Vicki, a lifelong nurse in the neonatal intensive care unit.
For more than a century, the Clay County Fair has provided fun and festivities. This is the 105th year of the fair in Barnesville. This year it includes many staples, such as live entertainment, carnival rides and livestock shows. Last year's popular demolition derby will also return Saturday at the grandstand. Nearly ten thousand people come to enjoy the festivities every year. The fair board says that's because of the fair's rich tradition.
MOORHEAD Minn.—A 10-year plan to upgrade a Moorhead city park, is finally complete. Thursday at M.B. Johnson Park, the ceremonial ribbon was cut, signifying the fourth and final phase of the park's reconstruction is now complete. Newly added are large shelter bathrooms, storage facilities, and both fish-cleaning and bike-repair stations. The goal was to make the park more accessible to all people. It has a mile of concrete trails, and two and half miles of off-road trails. The latest phase was paid for, in part, with a 1-point-3 million dollar grant.
FARGO N.D.—The suspect of an armed robbery is still on the loose.
FARGO N.D.—It may look like a typical lemonade stand but today, it was one of the coolest places in town and it's all for a good cause. The 6th annual 'Live United' Lemonade Stand quenched the thirst of those in the Fargo-Moorhead community. It all started in the front yard of a child care provider, and has grown in popularity ever since. Volunteers collected $80 in their first year, with kids putting it toward their own school supplies They've come a long way, making $5,000 just last year.