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.
Members of the Spirit Lake tribe braved sub zero temperatures to show support for their neighbors to the north. Together they protested as part of the growing "idle no more" movement, spawned after the Canadian government proposed removing protection for waterways on native land.
With a busy weekend for holiday travel expected this weekend, more law enforcement will be on the roads.
The North Dakota Highway Patrol will have troopers working overtime to make sure laws are strictly enforced.
Health officials are investigating an outbreak of tuberculosis in Grand Forks County. At a news conference this morning, community members and concerned parents gathered to hear an update on the growing tuberculosis cluster. The concern among parents grew yesterday when a student at Phoenix elementary was diagnosed with active tuberculosis.
The images of destruction left by Superstorm Sandy have rekindled memories of those here in Grand Forks affected by the 1997 flood.
St. Michael's Church in Grand Forks was hit hard in '97- - suffering nearly 4 and a half million dollars in damage.
The church got help from its counterpart in New Jersey - - Now St. Micheal's is repaying the favor.
After struggling with little funds nearly 25 library workers who were making close to minimum wage will see a pay increase. The Grand Forks Library is having to dip into reserve accounts to make the increase.
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