Some residents and former residents of a UND apartment building are angry they weren't told about the elevated radon levels found in the buildings.RELATED CONTENT
Ron Vonasek died at his home Thursday. The cause of death for the first ward council member is unclear, although Mayor Lynn Stauss said Vonasek recently underwent back surgery.RELATED CONTENT
There will be temporary lane closures on South Columbia Road and 47th Ave. S. Monday, December 23.
Attorneys for Alfonso Rodriguez were back in court Thursday to appeal his death sentence. Rodriguez was convicted in 2006 for kidnapping and killing UND student Dru Sjodin.RELATED CONTENT
A Grand Forks woman is trying to move on Thursday evening after her garage and all its belongings were destroyed in a fire. The Grand Forks Fire Department responded to a fire in a detached garage at 617 15th Avenue South.RELATED CONTENT
A research buoy launched by UND missing for more than a month on Devils Lake has been found. It is frozen into the ground and researchers won't be able to recover it for quite some time.RELATED CONTENT
Trés Chic bridal shop in downtown Grand Forks has closed. Kittson, a women’s clothing shop located just a block away from the Corporate Center buildings, will move retail operations into the former Trés Chic space.RELATED CONTENT
An unprecedented opportunity for giving this weekend -- for the first time, all donations made to the Grand Forks Salvation Army Saturday and Sunday will be matched by anonymous donors.
The Community Violence Intervention Center in Grand Forks announced Thursday it has received a $500,000 grant to continue its mission of ending violence in the community.
The Industrial Commission considers recognizing 18 areas in North Dakota as extraordinary places. It was a full house at Thursday morning's Industrial Commission meeting.
About 18,000 miles of pipelines in North Dakota that previously had no oversight will now be regulated under rules approved Thursday by the North Dakota Industrial Commission.
A Grand Forks man, who with his siblings is facing extensive drug charges, was sentenced to 10½ years in federal prison this week after he pleaded guilty to conspiring to move methamphetamine and other drugs from Texas into Minnesota and North Dakota.RELATED CONTENT