WDAY / WDAZ Staff
Welcome to your news update. MOORHEAD HOUSE FIRE DETERMINED TO BE CAUSED BY ARSON Investigators said arson was to blame for a house fire that injured a Moorhead woman. We told you about the fire at 1924 29th St. Circle South yesterday. It's near Ridgewood Park. The homeowner was the only person there at the time. She was taken to the hospital, but is expected to be okay. Firefighters quickly put out the fire, but not before it caused significant smoke damage. A criminal investigation is ongoing. FIRE RESPONSE INCREASE THIS WINTER
Welcome to your news update. FIRE SENDS WOMAN TO THE HOSPITAL A woman is recovering this morning after a house fire in South Moorhead last night.
Fargo-- Fire crews received a call just after 11p.m. on Monday night for a fire at the Fargo Dome. Upon arriving to the scene Fargo Fire determined that the fire started in a dryer in the storage area of the building. A sprinkler head was activated at the time of the fire and was able to extinguish part of it until crews arrived on scene to put out the rest of it. The fire is said to have caused an estimated three thousand dollars in damages.
Welcome to your news update. POLICE SEARCHING FOR SUSPECT WITH GUN Police this morning are still trying to track down a man with a gun in Fargo.
SOUTH FARGO -- A man with a gun is on the loose in South Fargo Sunday night. Police blocked off 16th Avenue South near the Cash Wise off of 13th Avenue South around 8:00 Sunday evening. Authorities say two men were meeting up there to exchange a cell phone for cash when suspect then grabbed the phone without actually giving the seller any money.
FARGO—Some skaters are celebrating St. Patrick's Day with their own type of celebration; they're hitting the track in full contact-sport fury. The F-M Derby Girls took on the Minnesota Dagger Dolls Saturday at the Civic Center in Downtown Fagro. We caught up with a three year veteran, while they set up the track for the "Roller Derby Shenanigans" event. Madison Jueles was instantly hooked after watching the team play in person, she says getting on the track is a feeling like no other.
FARGO—Bikers managed to enjoy the holiday with the 43rd annual Bike Show in Fargo. It's hosted every year by the FM Crusaders. At least 1,000 people come through their doors, and this year is no exception. 65 bikes are on display along with variety of leather and bike vendors. Each bike is judged and then prizes are given out for best in show. Bikers say the best part of the day is getting to see people's' passion come out on their bikes.
SOUTH FARGO—Traffic was brought to a snail's pace after a vehicle flipped over in South Fargo. In the video above you can see it was just west of the intersection of 25th Street and 17th Avenue South. It happened around 1:00 Saturday afternoon. There has yet to be any information released whether or not anyone was injured in the crash. We will update this story with more information as we have it.
THIEF RIVER FALLS—A dangerous and surprising find inside a pair of shoes in Thief River falls has prompted a local mom to warn others. The mom says she bought a pair 'water boots' for her 4-year-old at Walmart. After her daughter complained of her feet hurting after putting them on, the mom says she discovered scalpels in both boots. She ended the post saying she is thankful she didn't have to go to the emergency room.
Welcome to your news update. FIRE DESTROYS FAMILY HOME, KILLS DOG A single father, his five children, and their cousin aren't able to return home after a fire destroyed their house.