A UND constitutional law specialist talked gay marriage on campus Wednesday. Assistant Professor Steven Morrison says same-sex marriage will eventually be protected by the US constitution.
Three UND music students will be taking their talents to China and Japan. The Red River Trio is made up of violinist Vinicius Sant'Anna, Cellist Fernando Vargas and pianist Keith Teepen.
2,300 hundred hotel rooms are proving to not be enough in Grand Forks. Another busy weekend calls for packed hotels and overflow traffic in neighboring cities.
Plans for two additional sheets of indoor ice continue to skate along in Grand Forks. The Park District is in the process of putting together the final blueprints for the new facility on the south end of town next to Choice Health and Fitness. Groundbreaking could even start in a few months.
The East Grand Forks police building is in need of repairs, including the removal of mold.
There's a predicted 50 percent chance that the Red River in Grand Forks will crest at 46 feet. At that level people living just to the south of the city are preparing to once again boat to and from their home.
On this first day of April, people are dealing with near record snow still on the ground. According to the National Weather Service our March has the 2nd deepest average snow depth, only behind 1997.
Not everybody is complaining about our extended winter with plenty of snow still on the ground. At the Frost Fire ski area near Walhalla boarders and skiers are enjoying one of the best springs for their sport in a very long time.
The late arrival of spring is making it a challenge for the forestry department to do its annual tree removal. This time each year trees that are in poor condition are removed from berms or boulevards. The snow and cold can make that job tougher.
A century-old building in downtown Minto was demolished today, but not without controversy. The city used money from an economic fund to buy and tear down the building.
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