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GRAND FORKS — Recreational marijuana is now legal in Canada and the country is expecting a boom from local tourists. Canada is a popular destination for students at the University of North Dakota and now they can add another reason to that list.
GRAND FORKS — A Grand Forks woman is speaking out after a video she posted to Facebook on Wednesday is going viral. Robin Clauthier said her son worked at KFC on South Washington Street for nearly a month and didn't get paid.
GRAND FORKS - A local woman is asking for a special donation, a kidney. Bonnie Haman's family struggles with their kidneys. "We've needed kidneys,” Grand Forks resident Bonnie Haman said. Cysts all over her kidneys keep them from working properly. "My brother sisters nieces and nephews have all had," Haman said.
THOMPSON, N.D. - A tough toddler from Thompson is in the battle of her life.
EDMORE, N.D. – Farmers are revving their combine engines in Edmore for a farmer who’s too sick to get out to the fields this year.
A local mother is turning her tragedy into triumph as she starts a toy drive in honor of her sons. It all started with a deadly accident last Easter. "Everything happened quick,” said mom Trista Curry. “Weather got bad really quick." A young mother driving her three kids to surprise their grandmother in Stephen, Minnesota when she lost control on I-29 near Reynolds. "We just ended up sliding and getting t boned by a semi,” said Curry. “Both the boys were gone instantly." 9-year-old Camden and 1-year-old Maxwell both killed in the crash.
OSLO, MN (WDAZ-TV) -- An East Grand Forks woman is about to go on the trip of a lifetime. She's off to Guatemala to meet her birth mother -- after being separated as a toddler. WDAZ's Kenneth Chase tells us her warning for any potential adoptive parents A caregiver-- "We're going to take your medicine now ok?" with a special story. Dina Dementi was born in Guatemala. "I didn't grow up bitter. I became the person I am. Loving and caring of other people," Dina Dementi, Care Giver.
GRAND FORKS—A Grand Forks woman is grieving the loss of her dog after a neighbor found it dead in a trash can. She's demanding answers after seeing the condition her dog was left in. In an alley behind Jeannie Northburg's home is where a neighbor found 13-year-old Peanut. "It was in back here. In this actually this trash bin, he was curled up and his collar was missing," said Jeannie Northburg, Dog Owner, "There was no signs of maybe fighting with a dog or anything. He was just all curled up." The death has devastated Jeannie Northburg's family.
WALSH COUNTY—As dry conditions persist throughout the region one county is dealing with a spike in the number of grass fires this year. Walsh County has already had about a dozen fires in the last few weeks, about as many as the area usually sees each year. The area around Grafton, North Dakota has not had much rain causing the grass to dry out. The emergency manager says they have about two dozen volunteer fire fighters ready to respond within minutes, and on Tuesday their guard is up as they anticipate more fires are imminent.
GRAND FORKS—With sidewalk art and prayers children in Grand Forks are mourning the loss of their classmates. Kids at Lewis and Clark Elementary used chalk in front of their school to write messages to Aidan and Arianna Talmage, two of the three victims. Many of the drawings were from the fifth graders at the school. Counselors were on-hand at all of the schools in the district for children to talk to on Friday. It's all in an effort to comfort kids who may not know how to deal with sudden losses.