A group at Northland Community and Technical College is protesting the loss of the school's football team. But it's not the group y, but Art students are taking a stand.
As people wait for warmer temps to stick around, the continued days of thawing and freezing have lined streets and side walks with ice.
Minnesota is one of only eight states that is has a complete "Next Generation 911" network. Polk and Red Lake counties recently connected to the network, completing a process that started three years ago.
Enbridge Energy's proposal to expand the capacity of its Alberta Clipper pipeline is being met with some opposition. The company is holding meetings in Northwestern Minnesota to address concerns about the proposal that would increase capacity of the pipeline by 40 percent.
Technology continues to grow in the almost every aspect of our daily lives. There are those that try and escape it when they leave the house but there are others who embrace it.
Those headed out to the bars to get an early start on St. Patrick day celebrations should be aware of increased law enforcement. For the month of March the regional DUI task force is providing enhanced enforcement with a special focus on this coming weekend.
With temperatures in the 40's Thursday, more than few people may have caught a touch of spring fever. But it might take a while for those businesses who depend on winter activities to warm up sales.
Northwestern Minnesota is the only place in the state that has elk herds. Keeping tabs on their numbers and their health is one job of the DNR.
A winning season has the UND Women's basketball team hosting the University's First Big Sky conference tournament in Grand Forks. The conference decides who hosts the championship tournament by who has had the best season.
North Dakota lawmakers are pushing for safer ways to transport oil by rail. Senator Heidi Heitkamp and Senator John Hoveven attended a hearing in Washington to strengthen safety standards.
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