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Kevin Wallevand

Kevin Wallevand has been a Reporter at WDAY-TV since 1983. He is a native of Vining, Minnesota in Otter Tail County. His series and documentary work have brought him to Africa, Vietnam, Haiti, Kosovo, South America, Mongolia, Juarez,Mexico and the Middle East. He is an multiple Emmy and national Edward R. Murrow award recipient.

Contact Email: kwallevand@wday.com

Phone Number: (701) 241-5317

We've all stumbled on an shoe box full of old, long lost family pictures. Now, you might be able to help solve a mystery. Do you recognize the people in these photos?
A proposed Minnesota Department of Transportation construction project on busy Minnesota State Highway 34 east of Detroit Lakes has some property owners there asking the department to scale back the plan. The reason? As part of construction, trees too close to the road are scheduled to be removed. MNDOT says the move could help clear ice from roads that are often in the shade.
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Look for That Midwestern Mom next at Turkey Days in Frazee the weekend of July 29. She will be at the pageant and the parade there.
A 42-year-old Fargo-Moorhead business owner has seen success on the National Walleye Tour, but it is his success with cuticles and acrylics that helped pave the way to fishing tournament wins.
The Hopeful Heart Project was founded to help women in the Fargo-Moorhead area cope with the loss of a pregnancy or baby, but now co-founder Kayla Sorum is under investigation.
The 500-mile snowmobile trip will be good bonding time for Roger and Wyatt Kram.
Massage therapy is a go-to stress reliever for many cancer patients, but an unexpected turn in life for one massage therapist changed her resume.
Family and friends of Moorhead's Roy Nolte are remembering the WWII veteran for his years on board a B-25, but also his large group of cousins and brothers he served with during the war.
Near Climax, Minnesota, a small crack in the ground has grown, causing a quarter-mile long stretch of bean field to fall 25 feet. Few have ever seen anything like it.
One man started two incredible journeys decades apart, from the same small lake he canoed as a child.