With a very close presidential election, a hotly contested US Senate race and a series of controversial issues on the ballot, heavy turnout is expected at polling sites throughout North Dakota and Minnesota. Here in Grand Forks thousands of voters showed up to cast their ballots just in the first few hours polls were open this morning.
A record number of voters are expected to show up at the polls nationwide. About 30 million people have already voted in 34 states and the District of Columbia. With just one day before the election, there is reason to believe North Dakota could also see a record turnout.
In just six days many hot button issues will be decided. Poll workers and voters alike say the most confusing aspect of the coming election is the five statewide measures on the North Dakota ballot. Stacie Van Dyke breaks down the measures in the hope of saving voters some confusion this election season.
While election day isn't until November 6th, if you live in Grand Forks county you can cast your vote starting today.
UND has a new chief of police. Eric Plummer was sworn in this morning. He will act as both the new chief of police and director of public safety.
Some local students will soon have their art seen by a national audience. Midway Public School students and their art teacher Eva Branvold have been chosen to represent North Dakota in creating ornaments for the national Christmas tree in Washington.
Crews rescued four hunters after their boat capsized in frigid water near Bemidji. A boat carrying duck hunters capsized 200 yards from shore near Woodhaven Resort on Three Island Lake near Bemidji about 6:40 last night.
It's been a frustrating day for some AT&T customers. Many AT&T Mobile customers in the area have been experiencing disruption in their service.
A North Dakota deputy sheriff has resigned after he was charged with breaking into a Minnesota convenience store.
A Grand Forks attorney is being reprimanded for representing both a defendant accused of aggravated assault and terrorizing the person who was allegedly attacked.
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