This weekend, around 21,000 people will head to the Fargo Marathon taking part in all the events. The marathon started back in 2005, and boy has it changed.RELATED CONTENT
Today it's Syttende Mai, Norway's Constitution Day. It means cooking up some old favorites.RELATED CONTENT
The first races at River Cities Speedway were temporarily postponed today as a fuel truck brought down two power lines.
After a prolonged winter and a flood scare the Red River State Recreation Area is open for business.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - The Minnesota House has defeated an $800 million construction projects bill that failed to win a needed super-majority.
The Ramsey County Medical Examiner's Office has confirmed that the body recovered from Lake Irving on May 16th was that of 31-year-old Matthew Pulis.
The rise of Devils Lake has swallowed hundreds of thousands of acres of farmland, crushing the livelihoods of those affected. But some former farming families have switched gears, turning the lake from damaging to dollar signs.RELATED CONTENT
"North Dakota - - Open For Business." That's the new slogan the state is using to attract visitors from Minnesota.RELATED CONTENT
After nearly three weeks of searching for 55-year-old Guy Miller, the rescue efforts on the Forest River may be changing. Grand Forks County Water Rescue has had divers in the water every day since Miller's disappearance but on Sunday the team will reassess their strategy.RELATED CONTENT
Local Minnesotans may be crossing the river to buy cigarettes but it looks as though liquor taxes will stay the same.RELATED CONTENT
With gas prices soaring above four dollars a gallon in the Midwest, a local station offers some relief.RELATED CONTENT
The Powerball jackpot reaches a new high of 600 million dollars. Lottery officials expect this number to continue soaring before the drawing Saturday night.RELATED CONTENT
For the first time this year, Lake Region Anglers are now able to enjoy public boat ramps.
The trial of a former Grand Forks police officer on charges he held a gun against the head of a UND student at a party last year has been pushed back to September. The defense says it needs to study the police department’s separate internal investigation of the officer and the incident.RELATED CONTENT
A Nielsville, Minn., man admitted Thursday in court that he burglarized the house of a Grand Forks man who beat him about the head with a handgun and shot at him twice as he fled the scene.RELATED CONTENT