Fargo Airport Provides COVID-19 Testing To Arriving PassengersThe North Dakota Army National Guard on Saturday began providing rapid coronavirus testing to people arriving at Hector International Airport in Fargo.
Officials Identify Man Who Died In Fargo JailAuthorities have identified an inmate of the Cass County Jail in Fargo who died while in custody.
Fargo Man Arrested For Inflicting Life-Threatening Injuries In Domestic AssaultA Fargo man has been arrested in a violent domestic assault.
'We're Not Doing Well. I'm Very Concerned': Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney Wants 'Dramatic' Steps In Response To COVID-19The mayor of North Dakota's largest city said Monday he'd like to see a statewide mask mandate as the coronavirus spins out of control and in the meantime invoked emergency powers to require face coverings in most settings that don't involve family members.
2 Executives At Fargo Company Killed In South Dakota CrashTwo executives of an agriculture equipment dealer who were lifelong friends have died in a highway crash in South Dakota, according to the company.
Minnesota Teen Killed In Fargo Fight; 1 Arrested, 1 Still SoughtFargo police have arrested one man and are looking for another in a fatal attack on a Minnesota teen.
Fargo Easing Restrictions To Public BuildingsFargo Mayor Tim Mahoney said he's easing restrictions on access to public buildings, many of which were closed to residents because of the coronavirus.
Fargo Juneteenth Organizers Say Threats From City Leaders To Blame For Low TurnoutFargo Mayor Tim Mahoney on Thursday declared an emergency declaration to protect the city from potential violence at the march.
Twin Valley Man Killed In Semi-Truck Crash On I-94 In FargoA 75-year-old Minnesota man was killed when his car collided with a semi-truck on Interstate 94 in Fargo on Tuesday afternoon, the North Dakota Highway Patrol said.
Coronavirus In North Dakota: Deaths From COVID-19 In Greater Fargo-Moorhead Area Up To 42Cass and Clay counties have confirmed a combined total of 1,014 COVID-19 cases.
Coronavirus In North Dakota: Fargo Leaders Look To 'Test Their Way Out' Of Virus SurgeOfficials said Thursday that they've identified several COVID-19 hot spots in and around Fargo, which is North Dakota's biggest city and which has had more confirmed cases of the disease than any other community in the state.