People are dealing with some dangerous subzero temperatures. In Grand Forks the temperature didn't get about zero. Most people just have to deal with it to and from work, but there are some that have spend the day outdoor.
A long line of Christmas trees is lighting up the holiday season at the Columbia Mall in Grand Forks.RELATED CONTENT
The main street arteries of Grand Forks are being kept clear of snow, but residential streets will remain snow covered for the evening.
A 54-year-old woman received severe injuries to her leg after it was pulled into a snowblower.RELATED CONTENT
It's that time of year when many people are filling their bird feeders. It's a growing wintertime hobby that can be beneficial for both the people and the birds.
Grand Forks County Social Services have seen a spike in the number of children that need foster care homes. Social Services Officials say this year's numbers are up about 70 percent over a year ago.
As the light was recently shed on a situation at the University of North Dakota - now other universities are taking notice - and taking precautions. A University of North Dakota police officer was forced to resigned this past year after his a camera caught him with pornography on his computer.RELATED CONTENT
A jury has found a Pennington County man guilty Wednesday of making terroristic threats to a family in an effort to get money in an extortion plot.
Not everyone is disappointed that the weather is turning colder. The chilly temps are ideal for things like running a team of sled dogs.
Hundreds of Seniors had an early start to their Thanksgiving Celebration Tuesday in Grand Forks. As part of the annual event a group of students from Valley Middle School provided the entertainment with songs, and students from Central High School helped serve the traditional turkey dinner.RELATED CONTENT