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The largest city in North Dakota Fargo was founded in 1871. A stop for steamboats in the nineteenth century the city was renamed Fargo in honor of North Pacific Railway Director William Fargo. During the 1880's the area was known as the "divorce capital" in the Midwest dues to its forgiving divorce laws. Today Microsoft is now a major employer in the city along with Navteq. The city is known for having one of the lowest unemployment rates in the United States.

Population: 95556
Local Newspapers: The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead
Local Sports Teams: North Dakota State Bisons
Local Colleges: North Dakota State University

Zip Codes associated with fargo, north dakota: 58102 58103 58104
Towns/Cities near fargo, north dakota : Casselton Hillsboro Valley City Jamestown Bismark Moorehead MN

Fargo News
Police use OnStar to disable fleeing vehicle

A West Fargo man is in jail after police say he stole a car, led them on a chase, and crashed into one of their squad cars. They say 25-year-old Ryan Love of West Fargo stole a car around 7 p.m. Monday from Casey's on 25th Street and 20th Avenue South in Fargo.

Breastfeeding mom asked to cover up or leave Chick-fil-A

Because their baby won't nurse with a cover, the family packed up and left in spite of state law that allows breastfeeding in public places. FARGO, ND A Chick-fil-A store owner has apologized after a breastfeeding mother says she was asked to cover up or leave the restaurant.

Houston couple ambushed, shot dead in mysterious double killing at gated community

A tearful scene unfolded at Detroit Metropolitan Airport on Monday morning, where Jorge Garcia, a father of two and 30-year resident of Detroit, was deported to M... -- Top dignitaries ranging from foreign ministers to ambassadors will convene in Vancouver, Canada, Tuesday to discuss the ongoing diplomatic efforts to contain No... FARGO, N.D. - Drought in 2017 impacted the production of most crops in North Dakota, though sugar beets and dry beans set record highs. The Agriculture Department re... Lincoln - Tim Miles announced Monday evening that sophomore Jordy Tshimanga will return to the team on Tuesday.

Fargo dentist visiting Hawaii reacts to false missile alert

Hawaii residents and tourists are still unsettled after the terrifying message they all received on Saturday. One of those people is a Fargo dentist.

Fire in building attached to Fargo Jimmy Johns

Firefighters responded to reports of smoke at the 2800th block of 13th Ave around 8:30 a.m. this morning in Fargo.

Christina Nystrom - 01/15/18 Hometown Heroes

Christina is a third grade teacher at Independence Elementary in West Fargo. This is her 3rd year teaching.

'Happy Hooligans' Group to Return to North Dakota

About 50 Airmen from the Fargo-based 119th Wing will return to North Dakota. The group of "Happy Hooligans" is returning from a six-month overseas deployment in southwest Asia.

Avoiding weight loss scams while tackling New Year's Resolutions

Losing weight or getting in better shape, that's a lot of people's New Year's resolutions. There's a lot of ads out there promising quick weight loss with something as easy, as a pill.

Breastfeeding woman asked to leave Chick-Fil-A restaurant Source: WPXI

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Landon Solberg enjoys night out with family and friends at the movies

Valley News Live first brought you 10 year-old Landon Solberg story last week ahead of the Bison's National Championship win in Frisco on Jan. 5. Doctors found swelling and fluid around Landon's brain after he complained of severe headaches. A shunt was put in to relieve pressure.

Customers scramble as Moorhead Sam's Club closing nears

Friday, members lined up and waited outside in hopes to take advantage of the deals. Some came to do their regular shopping, while others left with carts full of items.

Fargo man lucky to be alive after being forced to spend the night in a deer stand during blizzard

A 54 year-old Fargo man caught in the blizzard survived by spending a night in a deer stand just outside of Detroit Lakes. Becker County Sheriff's said Michael James Tye was trying to hitchhike Wednesday night when the blizzard rolled in and was forced to seek shelter in the stand.

Some residents concerned over shooting in Downtown Fargo

Donte Gaynor says he's staying at his friend's apartment at 701 10th St. N.-the building where police say one victim was shot and another had a head injury Thursday night at 10:57 p.m. He says the male victim walked into his own apartment, while Gaynor ran upstairs to the apartment he stays in with his friend. His friend called 911, he says, and the police told them to stay inside.

Former North Dakota TV reporter Roxana Saberi joins CBS News

Former North Dakota TV reporter Roxana Saberi, who was imprisoned in Iran for 100 days in 2009, has joined CBS News as a London-based correspondent. Saberi reported for KVLY-TV in Fargo from 2000 to 2002 before working for several major international news organizations in the Mideast and Asia.

Mistake made right by stranger's kindness

My purse was stolen when I was in college. A few years later, it happened again.

Fargo police investigating armed robbery-shooting on north...

Fargo police investigators remained on the scene of a an armed robbery and shooting most of the night at an apartment at 701 10th Street North. Officers responded to the call of a man shot around 11 p.m. Thursday.a Sgt.

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