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ND Game and Fish Department: Many Successful Deer Hunters Last Season

Hunter success for white-tailed bucks was 72 percent and for white-tailed does 60 percent.

NORTH DAKOTA — Two-thirds of North Dakota deer hunters had success in bagging an animal last season. The state Game and Fish Department made 49,000 deer gun licenses available last year. Officials say 44,140 deer hunters took to the field, taking about 29,300 deer. Hunter success for white-tailed bucks was 72 percent and for white-tailed does 60 percent. A record…

Minnesota Woman Charged After Throwing DQ Blizzard in Officer’s Face

Law allegedly screamed at the officer before trying to run

BLOOMING PRAIRIE, Minn. — A Scott County, Minnesota woman faces charges after throwing her Blizzard in an officer’s face. The officer arrived to find 35-year-old Melissa Law arguing with a man at Dairy Queen in Blooming Prairie, south of the Twin Cities. Law allegedly screamed at the officer before trying to run. When he caught up to her, she threw…

RibFest Announces “Real” Entertainment Line-Up

Seven award-winning rib cookers will be set up in the Fargodome parking lot all week

FARGO, N.D. — Some blasts from the past are headlining this summer’s Happy Harry’s RibFest at the Fargodome. Unlike the April Fool’s Day joke that got so many people, this year’s actual lineup includes Collective Soul, Night Ranger, Diamond Rio and Little Texas. The dates are June 7th thru the 10th. Seven award-winning rib cookers will be set up in…

Severe Weather Awareness

Tornado Drills Occurring in North Dakota and Minnesota

Meteorologist Scott Sincoff gives Severe Weather Awareness tips for Minnesota Severe Weather Awareness Week and gives information about upcoming tornado drills:

Advanced Health Care Options: Why it’s Important to Have a Plan

Sanford Health is teaching the importance of advanced health care options to residents at Bethany

FARGO, N.D. — It’s National Health Care Decisions Day and members of Bethany Retirement Living are providing options for all residents. It can be a difficult conversation that families have about quality of life when it comes to health care. Bethany Retirement Living teamed up with Sanford Health Systems to answer some questions. “Who would want to have someone else…

Students Still Feel Safe Amid Recent Crimes in the MSUM Neighborhood

Many students told us they still feel safe when on campus

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Police said a man with stab wounds to the chest showed up at a south Moorhead home asking for help. This adds to the list of crimes in a neighborhood just south of MSUM. Authorities said they don’t know where the stabbing took place. But it was in the 1200 block of 18th Street South where the…

The City of Grand Forks Reflects on the Flood of ’97

For those who were there for the 1997 flood they remember it like it was yesterday

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Life came to a screeching halt for thousands of people in Grand Forks after the flood of 1997. But after 20 years, the city has grown and improved. For many people who were in the heart of the disaster, it still feels like yesterday. The river rose to 54.35 feet in 1997. It is still the…

United Blood Services Needs You

United Blood Services held a blood drive for all students at NDSU

FARGO, N.D. — Someone needs blood every three seconds in this country and United Blood Services is here to help save a life. They stopped by NDSU to hold a blood drive for anyone who wanted to donate. The UBS Blood Mobile was parked on the west side of the Memorial Union. For those who were donating regular whole blood…

Cone Zone: Traffic Lanes on I-29 at 32nd Ave South to Close

They say these interstate lanes will close during the middle of the day for a few hours throughout the next month

FARGO, N.D. — Project engineers say lanes on I-29 at 32nd Avenue South in Fargo may occasionally close. But they don’t think it will have too much of an impact on rush hour traffic. They say these interstate lanes will close during the middle of the day for a few hours throughout the next month. Southbound lanes will be re-opened…

City of Grand Forks Features “20 Years Stronger” Section on Its Website

Its website is featuring a section called "20 Years Stronger", highlighting the devastation the city overcame.

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The city of Grand Forks is commemorating how far it’s come since the flood. Its website is featuring a section called “20 Years Stronger”, highlighting the devastation the city overcame. A spokesperson with the city says the feature is meant to show how Grand Forks is “stronger than ever before,” rather than the hardships the disaster…