The on-going cold and snowy conditions have made this winter a challenge to keep city streets clear. This week Grand Forks street crews hope to finally remove snow that has piled up along roadways and intersections.
Nelson County Sheriff Kelly Janke announced Friday he is resigning immediately. In a written statement, Janke said the move is to avoid prosecution over a charge he says involves a former romantic relationship outside his marriage.
Winds are slowly starting to die down after a day of blinding snow which caused many cancellations.
People are getting ready for Thursday's blizzard, it's something many have had a lot of practice this year. Many people have already cancelled travel plans for Thursday and schools will wait to see what they will do.
Organizers of the first Wounded Warrior Guide Service fishing tournament say it was a huge success. The tournament was held on Saturday on Devils Lake to raise money to fund outdoor events for vets returning from War.
A few weeks ago Red Lake County gave notice that they were leaving the Tri-County Correction Agency based in Crookston. Friday, their county commission voted to reverse that decision.
Adam Denevan has died following a Wednesday incident in which a gunshot was reported in the area of 1951 28th Avenue South in Grand Forks.
With temperatures forecasted to be in the teens Thursday and 20s by Friday, no doubt many might have a case of spring fever. But many will also get a reminder of how cold it was when they get their heating bill next month.
Some people call them crazy or a little strange. I'm talking about those that you see pedaling around town out on their bicycles in the middle of January. But it's not as crazy as you may think.
ST. PAUL, MN – To protect Minnesota schoolchildren from forecasted dangerously cold weather, Governor Mark Dayton announced today that all of the state’s K-12 public schools will be closed next Monday, January 6th.
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