Hundreds of Seniors had an early start to their Thanksgiving Celebration Tuesday in Grand Forks. As part of the annual event a group of students from Valley Middle School provided the entertainment with songs, and students from Central High School helped serve the traditional turkey dinner.
There is a new way of getting around town in Thief River Falls. After more than a year of construction, a new railroad underpass is open to traffic on the southern end of town.
A WDAZ reporter says he was just doing his job when two people attacked him on the Spirit Lake Reservation. The incident happened just after 3:30 Tuesday afternoon when reporter Adam Ladwig was on the scene of a garage fire at a residence.
Hunting season is in full swing, and those with the best shot usually bring home the most game.
The University of North Dakota Alumni Association and Foundation has earned a top green certification for it's new Gorecki Alumni Center.
A Crookston man is behind a new non-profit organization that pairs runners with those people who can't run due to a disability.
A Cavalier man is set to stand trial in Pembina County on charges that he allegedly raped and tortured his girlfriend.
The fight over renewing the nation's farm bill continued Tuesday. One of the sticking points is cuts to the 80 billion-a-year food stamp program.One thing everyone can agree on is the unintended consequences if there is no agreement, one of those would be a spike in milk prices.
The chilly October weather wasn't enough to scare away about 120 bicycle racers this past weekend in Turtle River State Park. The Extreme North Dakota Mountain Bike race known as "End-Tombed" is a day long race for both the casual and hardcore riders.
The North Dakota health department says some Grand Forks Catholic church members were exposed to the hepatitis A virus
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