These arctic temperatures sure make it hard to stay warm in the Valley, but one business in Langdon, North Dakota is proving that the quilting business is hot.
A story of winter survival -- A woman and her six-year-old son trapped in their car for 16 hours in the midst of blizzard survived by eating pepperoni slices off of a frozen pizza.RELATED CONTENT
Some people call them crazy or a little strange. I'm talking about those that you see pedaling around town out on their bicycles in the middle of January. But it's not as crazy as you may think.
For college students away from home for the first time a healthy lifestyle may be the last of their concerns.
Most school districts in the Red River Valley were back in session Tuesday, but one had to schedule a make-up day due to the arctic conditions.
Officials with the Devils Lake Fire Department say the investigation into the cause of the elevator fire that ravaged Dakota Dry Bean is finished. Devils Lake Fire Chief Jim Moe says they have narrowed the cause down to three possible scenarios.
The farm bill, already 2 years past its due date, may get a serious push later this week.RELATED CONTENT
There hasn't been a new farm bill in two years as legislators have exceeded multiple deadlines. But many of them are hopeful that a new bill will be passed before the end of January.
The world-famous Harlem Globetrotters are performing in Grand Forks this weekend. One special Globetrotter stopped by a little early, spreading smiles all around time.
Imagine doing the same job for 61 years. In two weeks, a popular Grand Forks waitress is turning 80, you heard that right, 80 years old. She's one of the oldest waitresses in Grand Forks and she's still going strong.
Sub-zero temperatures reached near record-breaking lows in December. Officials say the start to 2014 won't be any better, as this weekend brings life-threatening windchills.
In our Small Towns Series, we head to Edinburg, North Dakota, where the general store is now on the National Register of Historic Places.
If current trends continue, gardening will continue to grow in popularity in 2014. And even though the temperature maybe 20 below and spring still months away it's not too soon to start some planning.
A product considered hazardous waste would keep some away -- but not this Minto, ND company. Schuttski's Ag Service is using an American Crystal byproduct to help farmers maximize their crops.
For one weekend each year Cabela's in East Grand Forks hosts what they call The Ice Classic -- a weekend specifically designed for ice anglers.RELATED CONTENT