FARGO — The candidate trying to dethrone North Dakota's Secretary of State said Al Jaeger is not ready to handle this year's election. Democrat Joshua Boschee has spent the campaign criticizing his opponent for not modernizing the Secretary of State office.
WEST FARGO — A former West Fargo swim coach who was fired in September was kicked out of the Hulber Aquatics Center, the home pool of the West Fargo swim team he used to coach, Monday, Oct. 16.
WEST FARGO — A West Fargo swimming coach fired for controversial coaching practices is defending himself. Even after being fired, he still thinks he was just doing his job. For two weeks, a video from swim practice has been causing a heated social media controversy.
FARGO —Both of the current suspects appeared in court, but it's not the first time they've gone through Cass County's justice system. Behind the dense brick walls of the county courthouse, a judge set Robert Peightal's bail at $250,000 Monday afternoon. Jordan Plouffe's bail is also costly, but not nearly as high, set at $100,000. WDAY News dug into their criminal history to find out why their bail is six digits long. From drugs to felony charges, Peightal's journey in the world of crime goes back five years in Cass County.
FARGO - NDSU students say there's plenty of available apartments even though developers are moving forward with a controversial six-story building in Fargo. WDAY News dug deep into this heated project to find out if there's really a need for more off-campus housing. The prospect of this six-story apartment is infuriating dozens of longtime neighbors. They told city planners and Roers on Tuesday night, this will ruin their single-family home neighborhood.
FARGO — Spaceships, resources and thousands of actual dollars are on the line in this virtual hobby.
FARGO — During Tuesday's storms, some in the metro say the thunder was unusually loud.
ALEXANDRIA, Minn.—There have been three small plane crashes in Central Minnesota throughout the past few days alone. In the second crash, the plane went through power poles near Alexandria, killing the 64-year-old pilot on scene. The pilot who died in that second crash, Kenneth Ryan, is being remembered as a well-liked flight instructor. Our team dug through FAA records and found the type of plane Ryan was flying has had issues. It was an Aeronca 7 AC, manufactured in 1946, more than 70 years ago.
FARGO, N.D—It appears tax payers will initially foot the bill for a parking garage in the upcoming Block 9 tower. Back in May of 2016, city commissioners entered into an agreement with Kilbourne Group to spend $15 million on Block 9's parking ramp and sky way. Once those two projects are finished, the ramp and sky way will be given back to the tower's developer. The developer will gradually pay the city back the $15 million once Block 9 officially opens. The Commission finalized this agreement in a 4-1 vote. Tony Gehrig had the dissenting vote.
FARGO, N.D.—From 'Make America Great Again' hats to 'Women for Trump' shirts, traveling tents filled with presidential support are popping up in the metro. President Trump is set to land in Fargo sometime Wednesday ahead of a campaign rally in support of Congressman Kevin Cramer's run for Senate. One of those sellers in town calls this is her dream job. This job brings Angel Hill from the beaches of Florida to a parking lot by Main Avenue in Fargo.