After 26 years of service, Senator Kent Conrad is retiring. Conrad delivered his farewell speech on the Senate floor today.
Christmas came a little early for a family on the Cavalier Air Force Station. They entered this video to an online contest and won the grand prize, a five-year supply of toys.
The new Choice Health and Fitness Center is already three years ahead of schedule for memberships. Choice and its partner the Altru Y Family Center, had a combined 10,907 members as of Friday.
Three people charged with pimping a 17-year-old girl to several men in Grand Forks are pleading not guilty.
Grand Forks Herald, 11/15/2012
The Grand Forks Police Department is celebrating several promotions today. Police held a public promotional ceremony this morning honoring two members of the police family.
It's "Crazy About Critters Adoption Week" at the Circle of Friends Humane Society.
A 30-year-old Grand Forks resident is dead after being trapped under his pickup truck.
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.
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