City staff members are recommending Grand Forks’ new water treatment plant be a hybrid, encompassing new technology and an updated version of the current plant’s technology.RELATED CONTENT
A Devils Lake man was sentenced in U.S District Court Monday to 33 months in jail.
Monday morning the University of North Dakota celebrated the opening of a new bridge on campus. The Campus Road Bridge was built through a partnership with the North Dakota Department of Transportation, the city of Grand Forks and UND.RELATED CONTENT
Alerus Center officials are in negotiations to buy several lots next to the city-owned events center.
Fargo ranked third in the small-city category of Milken Institute’s annual “Best-Performing Cities” index.
The girlfriend of one of two white supremacists charged with terrorizing residents of Leith has filed a restraining order against the man who maintains an unofficial website about the town.
Thursday officially marked the end of our third annual "Toys for Tots" drive at WDAZ-TV. We are proud to announce that thanks to your generous donations, this Christmas will be much brighter for many area children. We received more toys this year than ever before.
A Northwood family is forced out of their home this week. The family's basement is flooded with almost 200 gallons of fuel oil as the result of one company's mistake.
The snow has finally ended in the lake region, but the weather is still anything but pleasant. Residents cleared the snow Thursday all the while dealing with sub-zero temps and strong winds.
Some people collect items as a hobby, but for one man, that hobby turned into a museum. Jerome Peters in Viking Minnesota started Peters' Museum 10 years ago.
Minnesota's Arrow-headed continues to get pounded from the storm. Duluth residents got a chance to dig out a little bit Wednesday morning, but more snow is on the way.RELATED CONTENT
A 54-year-old woman received severe injuries to her leg after it was pulled into a snowblower.RELATED CONTENT
The tuberculosis outbreak that led to 27 confirmed cases of the disease in Grand Forks this past year has simmered down, with health officials hoping that patients will be out of treatment this spring.
East Grand Forks residents: City officials want you to know about a new scam targeting East Grand Forks Water and Light customers using a Minnesota Power telephone number.
Recycling service in Grand Forks will stay the same following a vote at Monday’s Grand Forks City Council meeting.RELATED CONTENT