Locked-out American Crystal Sugar workers are preparing to vote once again on the same contract they've already rejected four times.
Special education programs in Minnesota could be the most affected by the sequester. Cuts are estimated to cost Minnesota more than 90 million dollars just this year, but local schools are trying to prevent that possibility by pulling funds from other programs.
Some East Grand Forks High School students are cramming these next couple of days for the "extremely difficult" state standardized tests.
The City's annual "Springfest" is slated to go on as usual but that could all change next year. There's been shared concerns of alcohol-related issues between the city and residents.
A group of Grand Forks residents is in the process of recruiting people who oppose the new abortion laws to sponsor a petition.
A Thief River Falls mom gave birth at a mere 28 weeks during one of the Monday blizzards in March. The commute from Grand Forks to Thief River, which normally takes less than an hour, took three hours on March 18th.
A Minnesota-made movie is being seen locally this weekend. "Profile of a Killer" was shot entirely in Minnesota. The independent film is about the relationship that develops between a fledgling serial killer and the FBI profiler brought in to catch him.
145 7th graders from Valley Middle School packed the public works building in Grand Forks Friday morning to help children around the globe.
Grand Forks city leaders met tonight to discuss ways to minimize what some call "a drinking problem". Instead of taking action and limiting or increasing the punishment for binge drinking, city leaders talked about promoting activities that don't include alcohol.
Finally, after more than a year of discussion, the East Grand Forks city council has approved money for the pool project.
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