Ashley Bishop, Valley News Live

Ashley Bishop

Valley News Live

Fargo, ND, United States

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Past articles by Ashley:

Preparing your pets for fireworks

It's the time of year some animals dread, fireworks season. Every year dogs and cat flee from the sound of fireworks. So what should you do if they run off? → Read More

New grocery store opening soon in Downtown Fargo

A new grocery store is coming to the Valley and employees say it's similar to the chain 'Whole Foods' except with better prices. → Read More

20 American flags taken but returned with help of social media

20 American flags were recently stolen from a small town in lakes country but with the help of social media, most of them were eventually returned. → Read More

New locally owned restaurant coming to Fargo

A new restaurant is coming to Fargo and will be located downtown. → Read More

New children's clothing store opens in Detroit Lakes

A new clothing store opened in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota this week. → Read More

Large spider climbs into ND woman's home, turns out it's common for our area

A Horace woman found a large spider on her living room floor and it turned out to be North Dakota's largest spider species. Chances are it climbs into your home too. → Read More

Lab tests shed new light on what's in your pets food

Do you really know what you're feeding your furry friend? A national nonprofit group which focuses on health and labeling transparency tested over 900 pet products from 74 brands that contained wet and dry food along with treats. → Read More

Keeping your devices safe after another battery catches fire midflight

The FAA is investigating after a carry on bag caught fire from a Lithium Ion battery on a JetBlue fight from New York to California. There are things you should know to keep your devices working well and safe. → Read More

Man concerned over dumpster divers in FM area

A Fargo man is warning people to think twice about what you toss away after finding someone digging through his apartment dumpster. The person wasn't taken items like cans but papers. → Read More

Neighbors feel unsafe after another crime happens outside their window

Some people are looking to move after another crime happened on Belsly Boulevard in Moorhead early Monday morning. → Read More

Minnesota Man says he paid out thousands of dollars to misleading charity mailers

An 88-year old Minnesota man says he's been donating thousands of dollars to multiple charities after they told him he will be receiving money. → Read More

Easy cash can be made during clean up and year round

Looking to make extra cash? You may have seen people driving around with pick-ups and trailers full of scrap metal during clean up week and you might be wondering what it's worth. → Read More

West Fargo Public Schools awaits final report of elementary school creature

West Fargo Public Schools says they are waiting for the final report of what the extermination company found in the school after a student and staff member report being bitten by something. → Read More

Common misconceptions about vaccinating your kids

Minnesota Health officials confirm they have nine cases of measles in the Twin Cities area. Eight of the confirmed cases were in children of Somali decent and they are expected to rise. Valley News Live found out what some of the misconceptions are about vaccines. → Read More

Planning a living will is easier than most people think according to one Fargo woman

Death, it's not a topic many people like to talk about with their children or even spouse. But making your health wishes known can help alleviate stress down the line, especially if an unexpected event happens in your life. → Read More

Textbooks being targeted by thieves?

We seem to be hearing more and more about car break in’s around the area. According to Fargo Police, however, they’re actually down by 23% so far this year. A recent one caught our eye here at Valley News Live: a woman’s car was broken into, thieves stealing a backpack full of textbooks worth an estimated $500. So is this a new trend? → Read More

An early uptick in tick bites? DNR says it's possible

Itching to get outdoors? Be aware of pests looking to get on you. A nonprofit “pest organization” says the warmer weather means summer pests, think ticks and mosquitoes, are going to be out earlier. And according to the MN Department of Health, seven counties in the Valley are at high risk. → Read More

Infant massage helps babies with weight gain and bonding

Most adults benefit from massages but did you know premature babies do too? Valley News Live learned how infant massages are helping parents get their little one home faster. → Read More

North Dakotans are the most honest cooks in the nation

A new survey out by Angie's List says North Dakotan's are the least likely to lie about food and bad behaviors related to cooking. → Read More