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FARGO -- Crews from the Fargo Fire Department responded to an attic fire in North Fargo on Saturday, March 10th.
WEST FARGO -- West Fargo Police have peacefully resolved a Thursday morning standoff in West Fargo prompted by a suicidal man with weapons. Authorities responded around 9 a.m. on Thursday, March 1st, to a residence at Starr Avenue in West Fargo. Police were able to negotiate with the suicidal man and the situation was resolved just before 10 a.m. There were no injuries and charges aren't known at this point. More information is expected later.
FARGO -- A social media storm ensued after an area woman was asked to leave the West Acres Chick-fil-A for breastfeeding. According to a Facebook post by Macy Hornung, her family went to the soft opening of the new Chick-fil-A by West Acres when she was asked to leave because she was breastfeeding with out a cover: "FM people: Just a heads up, we just went to the soft open of Chick-fil-A West Acres and the owner basically kicked me out for breastfeeding without a cover.
UPDATE: The Grand Forks Police say that Ashley Nelson has been located. Her condition is unknown at this time. We will update you as soon as we know more. ------------------ GRAND FORKS -- The Grand Forks Police department is asking the public's help in finding a missing woman. According to police, Ashley Nelson, 43, has been missing since Thursday, Jan. 4. Her family says they are concerned for her safety and welfare. Anyone with information is asked to call the Grand Forks police at 701-787-8000.
FARGO — This week, the Fargo Police Department received new body armor from "Vested Interest in K9s." The nonprofit donated the bullet and stab-proof vest in honor of a K-9 killed in Ohio. Officer ToSti will be wearing the vest. West Fargo's K-9 Disco already has one.
Six months into the program's launch, only a handful of people in North Dakota are texting for help. However it seems that dispatch centers would still prefer people to call 911 for help. North Dakota launched its very own text-savvy emergency tool, but pretty quietly. Many people in the metro don't even know there's a new way to "dial" in. In the program's first six months, the dispatch center only receives 20 texts per month.
FRAZEE, Minn. — According to local shelters shooting at cats is becoming a serious problem. The fix, however, may be as simple as getting fixed. Cat's Cradle Shelter's latest rescue, named Bullet, was used for target practice somewhere near Frazee. Director Gail Adams-Ventzke says he's one of many felines in the crosshairs of pot shots. Frazee police say they haven't received any complaints for people shooting at animals, and ask anyone who sees it to report it.