Stacie Van Dyke and Lezlie Johnson were in Karlstad tonight and bring you this update.
Grand Forks has a new claim to fame, a calendar girl. But not the kind you may think...
Some UND students are well on their way to becoming internet sensations after posting a basketball "trick shot" video online last week.
Last month's Rydell car and bike show led to a record donation for the LISTEN center.
The 18th Annual Clothesline project is on display at UND. The clothesline project is a visual display of how violence affects people in North Dakota. It's a way of airing out the community's "dirty laundry."
The Tea Party Express made its first ever stop in North Dakota today and they chose Grand Forks as their destination.
It's official - the Ralph Engelstad Arena will keep nearly all of the Fighting Sioux nickname and logos. Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem made the announcement this morning during an executive session of the State Board of Higher Education in Bismarck.
This morning UND President Robert Kelley announced a couple of major projects in an effort to keep the school moving forward.
After nearly a year in the making, a new website launches today where you can share your opinions about the community online.
Some of Grand Forks' best pizza makers will face off tomorrow in the 6th annual best pizza contest.
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