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Thursday News Update 10-11

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Welcome to your news update.

EARLY MORNING CRASH SHUTS DOWN LANES ON I-29

The roads are still slick, bringing a renewed warning coming from highway officials this morning.

WDAY News was the only crew on-scene at the I-94 / I-29 overpass for a crash just after 1:00 this morning. It was reported as a multiple-vehicle crash, even shutting down lanes on I-29 south for some time. We're working to gather more information from police. Stick with your News Leader for updates.

PLOWS HITTING SECONDARY ROADS, TROOPERS CAUTION DRIVERS

Snow plows are out, working to salt and clear the roads.

No serious injury accidents have been reported so far both yesterday and this morning. WDAY News also talked with state troopers. They say drivers need to slow down and give more distance between themselves and other cars, again this morning.

MASSIVE WAVES HIT DULUTH SHORELINE

While it looks like winter here, it's a very different story in Duluth.

Storms have caused 20-foot tall waves, striking the shoreline and causing flooding and power outages. Winds were clocked at 86-miles per hour.

NEW DETAILS IN MANDAN OFFICER-INVOLVED SHOOTING

WDAY News is working to find out the names of an officer and a man in a officer-involved shooting that happened in Mandan.

We do know that the 26-year-old man was shot and injured as police tried to arrest him on a number of warrants. WDAY News talked to authorities who say it happened after Mandan Police and a narcotics task force spotted the man and tried to pull him over. The North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigations is reviewing the shooting.

SALVATION ARMY COAT DRIVE NEXT WEEK

Next week, the Salvation Army will be passing out winter coats to families in need.

It'll be taking place at their north Moorhead store. We'll have that address listed on our website. The distribution will be next Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Families with a child getting a coat can register for a Thanksgiving food box as well. Donations of new or gently used coats are still being accepted. Boys coats are needed the most.

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