Breckenridge Fire

Jim Sturgeon | Feb 19, 2018 AT 8:04 am

Breckenridge, Wahpeton and Dwight, North Dakota Firefighters spent several hours battling a fire in a two-story home converted to apartments in Breckenridge.

James Stanislowski Sentenced

Jim Sturgeon | Feb 19, 2018 AT 8:03 am

Thirty-three-year-old James Alan Stanislawski of rural Perham electronic contact of a sexual nature with a 15-year-old boy in June through August, 2016.

Jordan Jeziorski Sentenced

Jim Sturgeon | Feb 19, 2018 AT 8:02 am

An Ottertail man, formerly of Perham, has been sentenced in Otter Tail County District Court after his conviction for third-degree criminal sexual conduct.

West Fargo Massive Tank Fire

Jim Sturgeon | Feb 19, 2018 AT 8:01 am

Tense times in West Fargo when fire broke out in a tank at the Magellan Partners Tank Farm in West Fargo early Sunday morning.

Two Semi Accident on Highway 10

Jim Sturgeon | Feb 16, 2018 AT 10:45 am

A semi versus semi minor injury accident involving fire on eastbound Highway 10 between Lake Park and Audubon this morning closed the highway for a number of hours.

Caleb Rogers First Appearance

Jim Sturgeon | Feb 16, 2018 AT 10:38 am

A 19-year-old Barnesville man made his first Otter Tail County District Court appearance Thursday on two felonies and four misdemeanor charges.

Fergus Falls Habitat For Humanity Starts New Build Soon

James Allen | Feb 16, 2018 AT 9:22 am

Starting on Tuesday, and for two weeks following that Fergus Falls Habitat for Humanity will start accepting family applications for a new build.

Red River Flooding Potential

James Bernhardt | Feb 16, 2018 AT 9:08 am

The threat of spring flooding in the Red River Valley remains “very low” according to the latest outlook from the National Weather Service.

Waubun Man Sentenced To Five Years in Prison for Firearm Violation

Jim Sturgeon | Feb 16, 2018 AT 8:04 am

A Waubun man has been handed a five year prison sentence for a felon in possession of a firearm.

Elder Abuse

Jim Sturgeon | Feb 16, 2018 AT 7:18 am

State lawmakers are weighing options to prevent elder abuse in Minnesota nursing homes and other facilities as they get ready to start the 2018 legislative session next week.