A huge potential security breach is a grave concern for college students across the state of North Dakota and right here in Grand Forks. The North Dakota University System says their network server was hacked. It's the very server which stores personal information about students and former students.
The small town of Crookston continues to hope and pray for the recovery of one of their own. 22-year-old Aryanna Ostgaard is in critical condition in Rochester. She was in her family home, when her parents died due to apparent carbon monoxide poisoning Monday morning.
A proposed change to the Environmental protection Agency's rules on Ethanol could hurt the industry, according to local lawmakers. Senator Heidi Heitkamp invited the EPA Administrator to visit North Dakota to show her how important renewable resources are to the state of North Dakota.
Ukraine prepares itself for invasion as the military standoff continues with Russia. Russian troops hold various government buildings in Crimea and Ukraine officials say Russia has set an ultimatum, surrender Crimea or face a "military storm."
Aviation professionals from all over the region met Monday at the The North Dakota Aviation Council Upper Midwest Aviation Symposium. Its an annual event that allows those in the industry to exchange information and ideas.
It's official- this winter is the coldest since the 1970's. And now that the two coldest months out of the year, January and February are almost over, everyone is optimistic that the weather will warm up.
Sherry Midstokke, the Finley woman accused of murdering her husband in early February will undergo psychological evaluation. This comes at the request of both her attorney and the prosecution at a status conference in Finley today.
A cash crop kept underground by the Drug Enforcement Administration may soon be raking in millions for the North Dakota economy. The state could be seeing fields of hemp in the near future thanks to the new farm bill.
The number of U.S. Farms is down 4 percent from 2007. That's according to a 2012 census. The Department of Agriculture attributes the drop to one simple factor, farmers getting older.
Almost everyone has collected something at one point in their life. Stamps, coins, beanie babies -- but there are some who never stop and their collections can become a big part of who they are.