For the first time ever "The Color Run" has come to Grand Forks. Over the weekend thousands of people ran the 5k run event and were doused in different colors along the way.
With the end of summer, comes end of road work on two of Grand Forks' busiest streets. Traffic is flowing again along the stretch of 32nd avenue.
After weeks of demolition the final walls of the old Ralph Englestad Arena came down Wednesday, making way for the next phase -- The start of construction for the University of North Dakota Athletics practice facility.
With the football season in full swing so are the tail gating parties that proceed many of the college games.
The Polk Sheriff's Department continues its investigation into a bar burglary where an ATM machine was taken -- the second such case in northwest Minnesota in the last two weeks. The first was in the Eagles Club in Karlstad on the first of September.
The Grand Forks Park district held a ground breaking ceremony Thursday for a new ice arena complex. The eight and a half million dollar facility will be built just south of the Choice Health and Fitness center on the south end of town.
A Devils Lake Native killed in the Twin Towers on 9-11 was remembered today in Devils Lake. Students at Central Middle School paused for a moment of silence for the 9-11 victims including Jim Halvorson who graduated from high school in 1963 in Devils Lake.
Mud Runs are popular obstacle courses that are held across the country every summer. But for the first time, one has come to Grand Forks.
Senator Heidi Heitkamp and a colleague are proposing an alternative to military action in response to Syria's use of chemical weapons on its own people.
The debate continues on whether the United States should use military strikes against Syria because of its use of chemical weapons.
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