Unknown Male Steals Vehicle During Test Drive

James Allen | Feb 1, 2019 AT 11:07 am

Fergus Falls Police are actively pursuing a suspect who fled during a test drive in a vehicle Thursday at around 9:45am.

Wahpeton 150 Celebration Kicks Off With “Winter Wonderland” This Weekend

James Allen | Feb 1, 2019 AT 5:46 am

It’s a big anniversary as Wahpeton is preparing to celebrate their sesqui-centennial with the Winter Wonderland Festival. For a full schedule of events go to wahpeton150.com.

Fergus Falls Man Pleads Guilty In Becker County Shooting

James Allen | Feb 1, 2019 AT 5:45 am

A Fergus Falls man is pleading guilty to a deadly shooting last fall in Becker County.

Former Ashby Co-Op Elevator Manager Plans To Plead Guilty

James Allen | Feb 1, 2019 AT 5:43 am

Hennessey could face up to 20 years in prison although his actual sentence will be based on federal guidelines.

MnDOT Using Beet-Based Product to Improve Road Conditions

James Allen | Feb 1, 2019 AT 5:12 am

MnDOT crews in parts of the state are now using a new chemical to try and improve road conditions in extremely cold temperatures.

House Fire Near Henning

James Allen | Jan 31, 2019 AT 11:48 am

Henning Fire along with the Otter Tail County Sheriff’s Office responded to a rural home fire east of Henning.

Many Schools And Businesses Starting Late This Morning

James Allen | Jan 31, 2019 AT 6:58 am

Many schools and businesses have chosen to start late today. Stay tuned to NEWS TALK 1250 KBRF and KBRFRadio.com for the latest info.

Power Lost For Some Otter Tail, Cooperative Customers

James Allen | Jan 31, 2019 AT 5:45 am

Several rural electric co-ops also dealt with weather-related outages and parts of Hawley, MN were without power for about an hour Tuesday night.

Semi Driver Injured Wednesday Morning

James Allen | Jan 31, 2019 AT 5:44 am

A semi driver from Georgia was injured after losing control of his rig on Highway 10 in Morrison County Wednesday morning.

Detroit Lakes Water And Ice Emergency

James Allen | Jan 31, 2019 AT 5:40 am

The effects of minus 35 degrees on mechanical equipment was witnessed first hand by some Detroit Lakes residents Wednesday.