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Adam Ladwig

Adam comes to WDAZ after spending a year and a half reporting for KDUH-TV in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. He now reports from WDAZ's Devils Lake bureau.

The Denver, Colorado native is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder with a degree in journalism.

Adam enjoys the outdoors and is excited to hear North Dakota has some of the best goose hunting in the country.

Adam is thrilled to be in North Dakota and telling the stories that matter to people in the Lake Region.

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Campgrounds scramble to prepare for influx of tourists for summer

With the weather warming up, soon the lake region will be full of people looking for summer fun on the water. But before then, campgrounds are scrambling to prepare for the influx of tourists.

WDAZ, 04/18/2014

Devils Lake gets ready for Spring flooding

The spring runoff is just starting in the Lake Region. The snow melt will reach Devils Lake, raising lake levels.

WDAZ, 04/17/2014

Devils Lake High School surprises students with emergency simulation

Students and staff at Devils Lake high school dealt with a surprise Wednesday morning. A fake bomb threat scenario played out that forced the school to put its emergency preparedness plans into place.

WDAZ, 04/16/2014

Native Spirit: Spirit Lake Traditional Court

The court system in Spirit Lake is about to see some huge changes. There's a new way to solve disputes in tribal court that doesn't involve standing before a judge.

WDAZ, 04/11/2014

UND Spirit

That UND hockey spirit spread out across Grand Forks tonight.

WDAZ, 04/10/2014

Grand Forks police crack down on texting and driving

Motorists in Grand Forks got a lesson in texting and driving Tuesday. That lesson, don't do it, unless you want to get a ticket.

WDAZ, 04/08/2014

Warmer weather causing dangerous situation on Devils Lake

The warmer weather is causing another dangerous situation on Devils Lake. Law enforcement says there's been a spike in vehicles crashing through the ice.

WDAZ, 04/07/2014

Former Spirit Lake judge speaks out about child safety on the reservation

A former Spirit Lake judge is speaking out, in hopes of helping keep children safe on the reservation. Last month, 50-year-old Jacqueline Peltier was charged with 13 counts of child abuse against her six grandchildren.

WDAZ, 04/04/2014

Demolition, plans for Devils Lake VA clinic moving forward

Setbacks have delayed the opening of a VA clinic in Devils Lake which was originally slated to start serving veterans this spring. But 10 years after the project was first announced we're finally seeing signs that the clinic will be here soon. The VA clinic will be at Mercy Hospital where demolition is paving the way for the facility to be built.

WDAZ, 04/03/2014

Child welfare on Indian reservations was topic of the day in Washington

The safety of children on the Spirit Lake Reservation was in the national spotlight Wednesday. The tribal chairman spent the day in Washington testifying in support of stricter standards for relative care and foster homes on reservations.

WDAZ, 04/02/2014

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