If you tuned in last night at 10, we gave you part one of our abortion series, Heartbeat Regulation, an in-depth look at the potential timeline and court battle the state faces. Tonight we examine why it's North Dakota that's the first state to pass the strictest abortion laws in the nation.
As North Dakota's legislative session comes to a close there are still some priorities leaders here in Grand Forks are pushing for. Water projects and property tax relief are just a couple of last minute bills that could make a big impact for Grand Forks residents.
The ever-controversial Springfest received the "go-ahead" from the Park District this morning. Park officials were worried the ground at University Park could be destroyed if the event continued on snow and damp grass.
The City of Grand Forks is making it easier for future home buyers to purchase a home. The Down Payment and Closing Cost Assistance program will provide no-interest, no-payment deferred loans of up to 10,000 dollars for income-eligible buyers.
Flood preparations have begun on both sides of the Red River. Grand Forks and East Grand Forks are taking precautionary measures and are making sure those who may be soon surrounded by water have access to safety supplies.
A particularly young UND program is booming just like the Bakken oil fields in western North Dakota. The Petroleum Engineering Department began just three years ago, with only four students. That number has grown exponentially and now faculty is worried for what's next.
Tonight Grand Forks city leaders made moves to help grieving families. A City Committee approved a policy that will allow families to place roadside memorials near the scene of fatal traffic accidents.
City leaders are working to make Grand Forks development more attractive to builders by reducing cost risks and lowering some fees. The Blue Ribbon commission made initial recommendations and now they're being taken a step further.
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.
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