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Detroit Lakes, MN - A piano composer from Detroit Lakes turned on the Miss America pageant to hear her song on national TV. Miss Idaho Nina Forest played 'Rhapsody Brillante' on Sunday as part of her talent segment. The song was composed by Melody Bober, a composer and music teacher in Detroit Lakes, over 10 years ago.
FARGO - One year ago, Savanna Greywind was reported missing after agreeing to help a neighbor with a sewing project. WDAY News was the first news team to tell you about her disappearance on an otherwise quiet weekend. We've been following Savanna's story and her family's journey ever since. Now, we look back on that path, one year later.
Seattle/Fargo, ND - The man who stole and crashed a passenger plan after doing tricks in Seattle has ties to North Dakota, specifically Valley City. WDAY has learned the pilot, Richard Russell, committed to playing football for Valley City State University. Archives on the college's website show Russell was recruited to play in 2008, but WDAY is still working to confirm if he actually played on the team. Russell was part of the ground crew at the Seattle Airport. He was legally allowed to be on the tarmac, when he stole and flew the plane.
SWIFT, Minn.— The family of a Minnesota motorcyclist traveling cross-country is growing concerned after not seeing or hearing from him for two days. 62-year-old Sidney Joslyn left for a road trip on his bike on July 5th with his girlfriend. The couple was riding through Salt Lake City, when she says they lost each other on the road. Joslyn's girlfriend waited for him at rest stops, but he never showed. Family has checked in with local hospitals, with no luck.
NEW YORK MILLS, Minn. -- Possible human remains have been found in New York Mills, near Wadena. The Otter Tail County Sheriff's office says someone walking in the woods saw what appeared to be bones. The remains were found near a wooded area by the railroad tracks near the Lund Boat Company. Since then, the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has set up a crime scene. The Sheriff's Office says there haven't been any recent missing people reported in the area.
GRAND FORKS, ND (WDAZ-TV) -- Neighbors say crimes like this -- just don't happen on their streets. Angeline McCall was there all afternoon as dozens upon dozens gathered to the point that police asked multiple times for people to clear the area. Neighbors from all across Grand Forks describe this as a family neighborhood. That's quiet. It's the type of street families walk in the summertime. This home is just a few blocks from Lewis and Clark School -- where at least one of the children went to class.
GRAND FORKS, ND (WDAZ)--Neighbors describe the area as quiet. They say the type of people who live there are retired or have families. All day, neighbors pointed out how they saw the kids playing outside in the yard. In fact, one woman tells me she saw a boy playing outside on Wednesday.
FARGO—Outrage and shock are flooding in on social media for a restaurant that hasn't even officially opened yet. This all comes after a mother, nursing her child, was asked to leave Chick-Fil-A in Fargo. We talked with the mom who hopes something like this doesn't happen to anyone else. Seven month old Ziggy was hungry, along with her parents, which is why the Hornung's went to Chick-Fil-A's soft opening on Saturday evening, until they were asked to leave. "Just complete shock, like all I'm doing is feeding my baby," said Macy Hornung, Mother.
FARGO—Your iPhone wants to keep you safe with a feature emergency responders say, most don't even know about. Here's how you can find that little known button that could save your life. For most, these little devices go with us wherever we're heading, even into unfortunate, sticky situations. "They're always being updated. And sometimes, they're giving you features that are very valuable," said Mary Phillippi, Red River Regional Dispatch. One of those lesser known features? An 'SOS' button that can call 911, almost secretly.
FARGO—Pregnancy is hard enough, but a new app is trying to ease the difficulty and confusion for expectant mothers. Mary Liebel's hands are full, but thanks to a new app, there's less for her to worry about with three kids and another on the way. "It's just nice because they can update it, and I know it's the most current information. So it's not like looking an outdated book," said Mary. The app is a sign of the times for Mary who was still hauling around a book when she she found out she was expecting her first born.