Above normal snowfall has changed the flood outlook in the Red River Basin and Water Commission officials say some areas could see as much flooding as 2009. The chances of minor to moderate spring flooding has increased in the Grand Forks area.
A Grand Forks teen will be taking an exciting trip to Washington D.C. after winning Military Child of the Year. Alexander Burch who attends Thompson High School won after not only getting good grades, but putting in more than 400 hours of community service.
North Dakota Tribal College representatives are hoping a new bill in the legislature will pass to help curb poverty and unemployment on reservations. The bill would establish $5 million for workforce development across the State.
A Special Olympics athlete is doing her part to help "Spread The Word To End The Word" at Grand Forks Public Schools this week. It's part of a national campaign that the district has been involved with for nearly five years.
Extra law enforcement will be on the roads this month in an effort to stop people from drinking and driving. From March 15th through the 23rd additional officers from every local law enforcement agency will monitor rural, city and state roads.
Workers in Minnesota could see a big increase in the minimum wage if a bill in the legislature passes. Some could see more than a three dollar increase. There are mixed feelings among employees and employers on the proposed bill.
Many American Crystal Sugar workers in North Dakota are thrilled with a state Supreme Court ruling in their favor. More than 400 locked-out workers in the state will collect up to $4 million in benefits.
It's a night every girl wants to remember, but finding those prom dresses, shoes and accessories can be rather costly. The fifth annual Formal Wear Sale in Grand Forks is helping girls find just what they are looking for at a fraction of the price.
Recent school shootings like the one in Newtown, Connecticut are prompting more schools to evaluate what to do in an emergency situation. Thursday, emergency services along with faculty and staff in Grafton schools took part in a simulated shooting to make sure they are prepared if anything like that happens.
A survey is helping track how much time and money Canadian visitors spend in Grand Forks. The Greater Grand Forks Convention and Visitors Bureau is tracking business to determine if their advertising is working north of the border.
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