Altru Health System inducted one of its nurses into the hospital's hall of fame today as part of National Nurses Week.
Gov. Jack Dalrymple has signed three abortion-limiting bills passed by the North Dakota Legislature, giving the state the most anti-abortion laws of any U.S. state and setting up possible legal challenges over provisions critics say are unconstitutional under Roe v. Wade.
Tonight we bring you the third and final segment in our series "Scoping Out SWAT." We've met the team and checked out the training. Now, let's take a look at how I did and find out if I was good enough to make the SWAT team.
Tonight we continue our series "scoping out SWAT." Last night we got to know the team a little bit and in tonight's segment we'll take a deeper look into the physical and mental challenges that come with the job. And of course see some of the training I endured while "scoping out SWAT."
Grand Forks, North Dakota might have a small town feel but the local law enforcement is equipped just like bigger cities such as Minneapolis or Chicago. The Grand Forks SWAT team is one of four regional teams statewide. Tonight we bring you the first story of our series so you can meet the team in "Scoping Out SWAT."
GRAND FORKS (WDAZ-TV) - A Grand Forks woman has dedicated much of her free time helping others succeed in athletics.
Charged with sexually assaulting another kindergartener
CROOKSTON, MN (WDAZ-TV) - A Fisher, MN, high school senior already accused of sexual assault on a kindergartener now faces three more charges.
(WDAZ-TV) - Construction is underway on a $312 million electric transmission line in North Dakota. Minnkota Power Cooperative is building the 250-mile line from Center to Grand Forks.
(WDAZ-TV) - An elderly man died in a lawn mower accident in rural Climax Wednesday morning.
Police say 81-year-old DuWayne Rarick was riding a lawn mower in a steep ditch when it rolled on top of him.
(WDAZ-TV) - A North Dakota Highway Patrol trooper arrested in Beltrami County, MN, for drunken driving has resigned. Captain Kevin Robson had a blood alcohol concentration nearly twice Minnesota's legal limit at .15 percent.