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FARGO—One person is dead and another in the hospital Wednesday night after a deadly head-on collision near the airport Wednesday morning. It happened here on 40th Avenue North just before 7:00 a.m. The video above is from the scene. Fargo police say the maroon sedan was driving eastbound, and was hit by a westbound pickup truck, the driver then had to be cut out of his car. Police say they're still investigating and learning more about the crash.
FARGO—Fargo's Chick-fil-A fan bus is off on a trip of community service on Wednesday. About 30 people took part in Chick-fil-A's "first 100" fanbus. They all did community service to earn free food for a year. One of the stops the bus made was serving lunch to Woodrow Wilson High School. The crew also made and dropped off care packages to the Children's Hospital, Great Plains Food Bank and more.
FARGO—New evidence may push back the the trial for one of the suspects in the murder case that has rocked our community. The prosecution came forward on Tuesday, saying the FBI will soon release "a large majority of the evidence" that's coming forward from lab results. Both the State of North Dakota and William Hoehn's attorney now believe the date of March 20th may be "too aggressive" to get everything done. They agreed the issue of evidence coming in, along with Hoehn's co-defendant, Brooke Crews' February sentencing, could push back that March 20th trial date.
NORTH DAKOTA—It's always been a crime to run a red light, but just six months ago, that offense became double trouble in North Dakota. If you're a fan of ride-hailing apps, you may recognize someone. Greg Weick is Fargo's number one Uber Driver, navigating the city's sidestreets for several years, and during the drive he's seen a lot. "I see more of people eating and makeup of some kind than I do on their phones," said Weick.
FARGO—While most hunkered down at home, we gained perspective of those who braved the blizzard and drove through whiteout conditions. After being closed through Wednesday night, I-29 re-opened Thursday afternoon. But, even so, the roads stayed treacherous. The roads still had scattered snow and drifts Thursday afternoon, which is why Highway Patrol had extra hands on deck, like Sgt. Denault.
FARGO — A Fargo company is gaining a new bird's-eye perspective through thermal imaging drones to check buildings for energy loss, all while reducing the risk of danger to its employees. RJ Energy Solutions LLC partnered with the drone operators at SkySkopes so that workers will not have to climb on icy rooftops for inspections.
FARGO -- Family, staff and faculty at NDSU are remembering lost loved ones, during its 'Day of Honor.' This is the sixth year of the event, which was created to honor the lives of those who died last year. One by one, 13 candles were lit during the time of reflection. Participating staff says it's a reminder of 'once a bison, always a bison.'
FARGO—After working through the night, the City of Fargo's job is still not done to fix a water main break on 7th Avenue and University. Crews have been working for over 12 hours on a water main break, and in the daylight it's a very different picture. Monday night, the whole stretch of University was shut down with water in the underpass up to the workers hips, and the city of Fargo says it's one of the worst they've seen this season. "It's kind of like, meh, I know what I'm doing today," said Cordell Roemmich, City of Fargo Operator.
FARGO—The City of Fargo is racing against time to clear the streets of slippery slush before it turns to dangerous and potentially deadly ice on Wednesday. Fargo Public Works has had a full-team of nearly 50 workers clearing the streets the last several days. They say the warm temps provide an opportunity to cut through built-up ice and slush. Side streets like these ones are still full of slop, but the workers say there's an end in sight.
(WDAY)—Tis the season for resolutions to work out. You may have noticed your gym's just got a lot busier after New Year's, here are a few tips to not only maximize your workout, but to be courteous while doing it. "It's really busy, January, everybody wants that new years resolution, so they want to find a gym that they can work out at, so it does pick up," said Eddie Saeger, Planet Fitness General Manager. For some, it's new experience, whether you're an experienced gym goer or brand new there are some basic, often unwritten rules of gym etiquette.