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Old Oak Mound Church to be demolished if no community takes for grabs Video included

The cemetery committee has continued to actively seek a new location for the church but has not been able to do so. Unfortunately, if nobody saves the church it could be torn down. More>>

Local doctors pull together to help a family recover after near death drowning Video included

A three-year-old is on life support and in an induced coma after a near death drowning incident last weekend. Now, local doctors are helping a fellow physician's clinic remain open allowing the father to stay by his son's side.  More>>

Lane Closure On I-94 This Week

A heads up for over night drivers on Interstate 94 near 25th street.One lane of the Interstate will be closed to traffic as crews work on 25th Street South to remove a bridge deck canopy. More>>

A first and last reunion for some Oak Mound School alumni Video included

Valley News Live spoke to some of the earlier pioneers from when Oak Mound School first opened and the memories that haven't escaped time. More>>

Another Hot Spot For Car Break-Ins

Another warning from Fargo Police and a reminder to lock it or lose it.


MN DFL Kicks Off "100 Days of Action"

Democrats across Minnesota are getting a head start in their campaigning season. Sunday kicked off Minnesota Democratic Farmer Labor Party's "100 Days of Action." More>>

Hamas agrees to daylong cease-fire after Israel resumes offensive

Not long after Israel resumed its offensive in Gaza on Sunday because of "incessant rocket fire" from Gaza. More>>

Delta flight diverted due to smoke odor

A flight from Minneapolis to New York was diverted after pilots smelled smoke aboard the plane. More>>

50 million gallons of oil passes through Minn.

The Department of Public Safety is releasing, for the first time ever, the amount of oil being moved through Minnesota on trains. More>>

Sherrie Skuza speaks out about suicide prevention after loosing husband, Lt. Jeff Skuza Video included

The Harley Davidson store in West Fargo held the "Ride to Silence the Stigma" to remember him and so many others. Valley News Live was able to speak with Lt. Skuza's wife who spoke publicly for the first time. More>>

Just how clean is your neighborhood pool? More>>

West Fargo Set to Smash Record In Building Permits

You see it everywhere but for west fargo, most of the construction they are seeing is a good thing.The city is seeing a drastic spike in building permits. The record was first set in 2012 at $216 million when CostCo received a permit but the numbers this year are on trend to smash that record. More>>

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