A handful of UND seniors hoping to graduate with honors presented their senior projects today. The 15th annual Honors Program Undergraduate Research Conference was today at the Union.
The Dakota Science Center teamed up with local Boy Scout troops today for its biggest event of the year.
Sexually Transmitted Diseases have reached a record high in Minnesota, with some cases up more than 35 percent. Since college students are among the most at risk for STDs, we spoke with health officials and students at the University of Minnesota Crookston today who say they're kicking off a campaign to help lower the statistics.
University of Minnesota Crookston students are trying to raise funds to restore the historic Carnegie Library in downtown Crookston.
Several local runners who were in the Boston Marathon, are all back home and sharing their experience with us. Tonight the Red River Runners group celebrated the runners safe return at the Blue Moose.
The University of Minnesota Crookston inaugurated its fifth chancellor today. Fred Wood took over as chancellor in July, overseeing nearly 2,000 students.
According to several outlets North Dakota is the least visited state in the nation, but the state's tourism industry is hoping to change that.
For the sixth year in a row, Grand Forks has been named one of the 100 best communities in the country for young people. The Grand Forks Youth Commission had a luncheon today to celebrate and to kick off its "Youth can Support Our Troops" campaign.
In this final stretch of the legislative session, local leaders are pushing North Dakota lawmakers for property tax relief. But at the same time, they don't want the state to mandate a collection cap on the city.
The star of TLC's "Little People, Big World" show made a stop at UND tonight with a message of perseverance.
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