Aaron Walling, KFYR TV

Aaron Walling

KFYR TV

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Recent:
  • KFYR TV
Past:
  • Valley News Live
  • WIBW

Recent articles by Aaron:

Bismarck man leads Minnesota and North Dakota law enforcement on chase

A Bismarck man lead law enforcement from Minnesota and North Dakota on a chase. A Minnesota state patrol trooper tried to pull over 34-year-old Joel Maye just after 2 p.m. for a suspected traffic violations. → Read More

‘They have to do something’: Car thefts a problem for residents and businesses

Car thefts have always been a problem and 2022 is no different, and across the nation there has been a surge of KIA Souls being stolen based off of a social media trend called ‘The KIA Challenge’. Marwan Ali, the owner of M.A. Auto Sales has had multiple cars stolen from his lot. → Read More

AAA reminding drivers and students about road safety

North Dakota and Minnesota roads are about to get more and more crowded as thousands of students and teachers return to school this month. This time of year is particularly dangerous due to the combination of drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists, who will share the road in the early morning and afternoon hours. → Read More

‘Bill, thanks for being with us’: Former Clay County Sheriff remembered by the community

The former sheriff was in the police force for over 40 years and served as the Clay County Sheriff from 2003 to 2018. His career was spent serving and helping the communities of Glyndon, Moorhead, Dilworth and many others. He ended up retiring in 2019, with Sheriff Empting taking over. Many have said that Bergquist left behind a lasting legacy. → Read More

VNL Whistleblower: Fargo Housing to remove tree of concern off 31st Ave. S.

A whistleblower reached out to Valley News Live about a tree near their home off of 31st Ave. S. Their concerns were about the potential damage that could happen if the tree fell over. Fargo Housing, who owns the land where the tree is at, confirmed to us that they have contracted a business to remove the tree this summer. → Read More

Residents of St. Thomas looking to save their school from being torn down

The residents of St. Thomas, ND, are trying to save their school which is slated to be demolished in July. → Read More

UPDATE: Drayton man dead after head-on collision on Hwy 66

A 65-year-old Drayton man is dead after a head-on collision with another driver at 7:43 p.m. on Friday night. The crash happened on Highway 66 two miles west of Drayton. → Read More

‘North Dakota is the land of extremes’: Weather causing challenges for local farmers

This spring has put some roadblocks in the way for farmers as they prepare to plant their fields. → Read More

UPDATE: Authorities identify victims in murder/suicide near Wadena

The Otter Tail County Sheriff’s Office has reported that two adults were found dead in rural Wadena, MN. → Read More

Blood donations needed after disruption from April blizzard

The blizzard that North Dakota faced this past week impacted many industries and services in the state. → Read More

First debate held for 2022 Fargo mayoral candidates

There are seven people running for the Fargo mayor seat and the first debate was held at the Sanctuary Event Center. → Read More

UPDATE: Apartment fire began on stovetop

No injuries were reported and a dog was rescued from a bedroom unharmed. The cause of the fire is still under investigation and the damage was estimated around $10,000. → Read More

‘Help to bridge that gap’: FPD Advisory and Oversight Board set to start soon

The Fargo Police Advisory and Oversight Board is set to start soon, and the seven person team started their training this past week. Tonya Greywind is one of those members, who is tasked to help bridge the gap between the police force and the community. → Read More

Fargo woman shares story after being scammed by country singer impersonator

Scams can hit anyone. There are people out there on the internet trying to steal your money, information and identity. Cynthia Kile of Fargo was the target of a scam where she lost $900 to man impersonating country music star George Strait. → Read More

UPDATE: ‘I just want to know that he’s safe’: Missing Fargo man last seen in Arkansas

Authorities now confirm his body was found. → Read More

Freedom Convoy rolls through Fargo to protest COVID-19 vaccine mandates

Truckers, drivers and many others gathered in Fargo to welcome in a freedom convoy. Many of the supporters echoed the same message that the convoy is trying to spread that they are wanting to protect their personal freedoms. → Read More

Red River Valley emergency services struggled after terrible road conditions

The road system in the Red River Valley was inundated with accidents and emergencies on Feb. 11 after blizzard-like conditions shut down many roads. Emergency services were impacted heavily as they struggled to get to those in need. → Read More

‘You instantly relate to it’: Basic info on children’s car seats can help emergency personnel

Putting information on the side of the children’s car seats is important, according to safety experts here in the Fargo-Moorhead area. The info you provide could help EMTs and emergency personnel in assisting your child in the case of an emergency. → Read More

‘One less thing you have to worry about’: Reminder to clear hydrants to help fire departments

With more and more snow right around the corner, fire hydrants that are not cleared off are getting buried even more. Unkept fire hydrants have a major impact on fire departments when they are trying to battle the flames. → Read More

Despite having a tumor, 9-year-old spreading holiday cheer in the Fargo-Moorhead area by giving back

Bella Garcia is a 9-year-old with a tumor who wants to spread holiday cheer to the Fargo-Moorhead area. Through her lemonade stands, baked treats and dropping off care packages to shelters, Bella is not allowing her circumstances to slow her down. → Read More