Fargo, N.D. (Valley News Live) 1 - Sunflower plant dryer starts on fire
Fire crews are trying to figure out how a sunflower dryer started on fire Monday morning. The call came in around 5, and troopers say when they arrived, flames were shooting out the building. Crews were able to quickly put out the flames, but stayed on scene to monitor for hot spots. Employees were evacuated and no one was injured.
2 - Three arrested after chase in Grand Forks
Three people are facing charges after leading police on a chase in Grand Forks Sunday night. It happened around 8 p.m. when officials tried to stop a 2003 gold Chevrolet Tahoe in the 500 block of North 5th St. Two people then exited the vehicle and took off on foot, but were stopped and taken into custody by police. They're facing a range of drug charges. We have more on who was arrested in the full story.
3 - Grand Forks man arrested after snowmobile pursuit
A Grand Forks man was arrested early Sunday after deputies said he fled from them on a snowmobile before crashing it near Fisher's Landing off Highway 2 in Minnesota. 44-year-old Joel Novak is facing fleeing charges after he and another snowmobiler ran when a Polk County deputy approached them at the rest stop around 3:30 a.m. A pursuit ensued for a short distance before Novak crashed the snowmobile.
4 - Minot police investigating homicide>/b>
Minot Police say a 29-year-old man is the victim in a Sunday morning homicide investigation. At this time there are no suspects in custody, but it is believed to be an isolated incident and officials say there is no immediate threat to the public. The victim was transported to Trinity Hospital where he was pronounced dead a short time later.
5 - Minnesotans can soon start primary voting
Minnesotans can cast their vote in the Presidential primary as soon as this upcoming Friday. They can vote in person or request absentee ballots at that time. The actual day for the primary is March 3. Democrats will be able to choose from 15 candidates.