WDAY's First News anchor Drew Trafton gets you caught up on everything you need to know for Thursday, August 26.

Headline story: This is Fargo, after all. That's how Red River Zoo Executive Director Sally Jacobson describes why they are adding bison, along with other animals of the prairie, to their exhibits. "We should have bison," she said. Fargo is, of course, home to the North Dakota State University Bison, and the majestic animals once roamed the area's prairies. Click here to read more.

This is shows what the view from an indoor structure will look like when the new Scheels Pride of the Prairie exhibit opens next summer. In the foreground is the prairie dog exhibit, with the bison and antelope roaming across the four-acre site in the southeast corner of the zoo.    Submitted rending / Red River Valley Zoo
This is shows what the view from an indoor structure will look like when the new Scheels Pride of the Prairie exhibit opens next summer. In the foreground is the prairie dog exhibit, with the bison and antelope roaming across the four-acre site in the southeast corner of the zoo. Submitted rending / Red River Valley Zoo

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