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Welcome to your news update. MAN WHO SOLD THE GUN USED IN QUADRUPLE HOMICIDE SPEAKS OUT Police are now saying the pawn shop owner, who sold a mom the gun she used to kill her children and herself, followed state and federal protocol.
SEATTLE, WA (KIRO) -- People across the country are now questioning whether their smart speakers are recording them. A couple in Portland, Oregon said their Amazon 'Alexa' device did just that. Danielle, who only wanted to go by her first name, said 'Alexa' sent recordings of a conversation between her and her husband to one of her husband's employees in Seattle. That's about 176 miles away. At first, they didn't believe it, but the employee explained exactly what they had been talking about, and that's when Danielle said reality sank in.
Welcome to your news update. MORE INFORMATION ON DEADLY I-29 CRASH We have more information about what caused a deadly crash that shut down parts of I-29 for hours last night.
Hoffman, MN-- Two teenagers are hurt after a crash on Highway 55 west of Hoffman at just before 8 p.m. on Tuesday. MInnesota State Patrol say 18-year-old Alexander Anderson of Cyrus, MN was driving north on Highway 55 when he swerved to avoid a deer. The car went off road and ended up partially in a swamp. Anderson and his passenger 18-year-old Joanna Schneider of Hoffman, MN were taken to Douglas County Hospital to be treated for non-life threatening injuries.
Welcome to your news update. MAN STABBED WITH SCISSORS IN FARGO Police are searching for a suspect who reportedly stabbed a man with a scissors early this morning.
Welcome to your news update. FARGO POLICE ON THE SCENE OF A DRUG BUST Police are at the scene of a South Fargo home this morning for a drug bust. It's at the 1000 block of 4th Avenue South. Police tell us they are executing a search warrant for narcotics. Neighbors said they woke up to a loud boom around 6:40 a.m. Our reporter on-scene said one person was taken out of a house on a stretcher and taken away in an ambulance. Stay with WDAY and WDAZ as we continue to follow this developing story.
GRAND FORKS -- Grand Forks crews responded to a fire at a garage complex on Monday, May 21st. According to the Grand Forks Fire Department, they were called out at 7:30 a.m. to a motorcycle that was on fire in a garage at 2100 South 29th Street. Crews on scene found the center garage unit of a 10 stall garage complex on fire. Firefighters were reportedly able to extinguish the fire about 10 minutes after arriving. The fire did damage one adjoining garage stall, signifigantly damaging both units. The damage is estimated at $50,000.
Welcome to your news update. MINNESOTA GOVERNOR NOW CONSIDERING SPENDING BILL In a flurry of last minute votes, the Minnesota legislature has finished its year of work after its midnight deadline, but the verdict on the session is still out, as Governor dayton has 14 days to decide whether to sign bills.
Welcome to your news update. DOUBLE SHOOTING IN GRAND FORKS A man is dead and a woman is injured in the 2nd shooting Grand Forks has seen in two weeks.
Welcome to your news update. FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAR REWARD FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO AN ARSON ARREST. Investigators are offering a five thousand dollar reward for information leading to the arrest in a central Minnesota arson case. The Pennington County Sheriff's Office says they are still investigating the fire that damaged the Carpenter's Corner Bar about 10 miles northwest of Thief River Falls back in April.