WDAY: The News Leader


Travis Skonseng

Travis grew up in Wahpeton, ND. He attended NDSU for Business and Psychology. After graduating, he went back to school at MSUM for a broadcasting degree. Travis started at WDAY in May 2008. Prior to joining the WDAY team, he worked at the FOX News Station in Fargo for 4.5 years. There he did everything from behind the scenes work to fill in weather to weekend anchoring. Travis has won North Dakota and Minnesota Associated Press awards for reporting. He co-anchors First News and reports during the week. Please feel free to drop an email with story ideas.

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Daryl says goodbye after nearly 18 years

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- After nearly 18 years to the day, Daryl is saying goodbye. He's moving on to a new chapter in his life, something most of you are familiar with, daytime work hours!

WDAY, 03/28/2014

Year in review- October through December

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) – Government shutdown: Washington was at a standstill and nearly 800,000 federal employees were forced to stay home from work. Leaders in both parties said the government shutdown could last for weeks.

WDAY, 01/01/2014

Top local stories of 2012: Part 2

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- We continue our look back at the top stories of 2012 that made headlines locally. And in some cases, nationally.

WDAY, 01/01/2013

Top local stories of 2012: Part 1

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- We begin our look back at the top local stories of 2012. They are the stories that captured our attention.

WDAY, 01/01/2013

NDSU students studying a piece of Antarctica

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - It is history in the making; a small group of NDSU students is getting a unique learning experience, most of us can say we've never had. Those students are literally going to the end of the earth, Antarctica, for their studies.

WDAY, 04/19/2012

Cell phone carriers seeing uptick in spam text messages

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - More and more of us are getting bombarded with text messages, some of them unsolicited. They are called text message spam. Cell phone companies are taking action to combat the ever growing concern. Some have even won lawsuits.

WDAY, 04/11/2012

Church's homeless overflow program comes to an end

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - It is a staggering reality. People living on the streets spent 3,751 stays this winter in overflow housing. Nearly half in churches in the metro that agreed to deal with the dilemma. We first told you about this new program last fall. It ended this week.

WDAY, 04/06/2012

Several Fargo businesses shut down in wake of gunman report

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - The unsettling news of someone on the streets carrying around a scoped rifle forced companies to close. Police quickly urged nearby businesses to go into lockdown. Many of these businesses in that search perimeter heeded that advice. They quickly shut down.

WDAY, 04/05/2012

Police respond to report of gunman in north Fargo

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - An afternoon manhunt turned up no sign of a suspect with a scoped rifle wandering North Fargo. Armed authorities spent hours, scouring the scene for the suspect, but left before finding the man.

WDAY, 04/05/2012

Fraser in Fargo receives grant for low income housing

Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) -- Fraser in Fargo is getting a grant for low income housing, strictly for that population. The first such facility in the state.

WDAY, 04/01/2012

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