Grand Forks, ND (WDAY TV) -- Cancer survivors and their families were honored today during UND's baseball game in Grand Forks.
The UND Multicultural Center honored graduates tonight during its first graduation celebration. Family and friends cheered as several multicultural students were pinned and recognized for their accomplishments.
Restaurant owners and city leaders in East Grand Forks say they're happier with a revised Minnesota Senate version of a bill to increase the minimum wage.
Although North Dakota has a budget surplus about twelve percent of residents are still living in poverty. This has some state and local leaders taking action.
Tonight we bring you the first part in our Breaking Boundaries series. We'll meet an exchange student from Pakistan who's finding out what life is like in small town USA.
The annual Springfest event took place at University Park in Grand Forks today. The colder weather and lighter crowds brought some positive changes to the largest unofficial gathering for UND students.
The busiest travel season of the year is here leaving some drivers paying extra attention to gas prices.
Grand Forks Public Schools are getting national recognition for music education. Thousands of districts apply but only 100 schools get the Best Community for Music Education award each year.
An upscale hotel is coming to Crookston. The groundbreaking ceremony for the Cobblestone Hotel & Suites was this afternoon.
The late spring means a sales slump for some local businesses. Nursery and garden center employees say customers are coming in to have a peek, but not quite buying up outdoor supplies just yet.
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