Horace Mann Elementary in Fargo celebrates 100 years.
Country music fans will be swarming to the Detroit Lakes area this week for WE Fest.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is fighting back against the spread of zebra mussels in the Red River and are implementing some emergency rules.
Fargo Public School District employees come together for a picnic.
The West Fargo Police Department hosts its annual Night to Unite at Elmwood Park.
Fargo police are searching for a missing woman.
The North Dakota Education Standards and Practices Board is endorsing the “hardship waiver” to help with the high number of teaching positions open in the state.
The new North Dakota University System Chancellor is touring the state to hear about the challenges facing the business community.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota blames the loss of the Public Employees Retirement System Contract for layoffs and cutting back on millions of dollars in expenses.
The Oklahoma man convicted of hiring his handyman to kill a Fargo dentist, is now taking his case to federal court after being denied by the North Dakota Supreme Court.