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Concordia College is lifting its 125–year–old dry dorm policy.
After starting the only shelter for victims of human trafficking in North Dakota, the YWCA of Cass Clay is calling on local legislators and lawmakers for help.
Over 200 students are put to work to fill up a semi–truck full of produce to send to the Great Plains Food Bank for the sixth annual VCSU squash harvest.
One stop on their mystery trip was packing boxes at Great Plains Food Bank for other seniors.
Fargo Public Schools are showing some state agricultural pride with the 15th annual "Pride of Dakota" lunch.
Homecoming week celebrations continue at NDSU with skits and the crowning of the King and Queen.
A major concern for Alzheimer's and dementia patients is they will wander off and potentially put themselves in harm's way.
Grand Forks Police are looking for the owner of a dog involved in a biting incident.
The grandmother of a two-year-old boy allegedly killed over potty-training issues, pleads not guilty to hindering the investigation.
North Dakota names its newest Teacher of the Year.
An Emerado man was hit by an Amtrak train early this morning.
Police in Sioux Falls are investigating the death of a 2-month-old boy who was found unresponsive at an in-home daycare.
We are learning more about the teen who brought a BB gun to Fargo North earlier this week.
An arrest has been made in an armed home burglary in Moorhead.
We talk to experts at Essentia Health who help us understand how to make your work space the most effective for you.
A report by State Farm estimates Minnesota drivers will hit more than 42,000 deer this year alone.
They are books about controversial subjects and have been banned at many libraries across the country.
Many people hold on to their old medications so they don't have to go see their doctor again if the problem comes back.
Five people are facing multiple charges after a drug robbery in south Moorhead.
Current and past staff members gather to celebrate his career.
The Fargo Public Library is honoring the memory of Fargo Police Officer Jason Moszer in a special way.
Consumers are airing more dirty laundry when it comes to Samsung.
Valley Dairy Big Cigs in Grand Forks was hit by a burglar overnight.
Fargo police are searching for a man they say fled from officers earlier this morning.
A mother of three is speaking out and wants to encourage parents to vaccinate their children.
Authorities have given prosecutors the results of their investigation into the Philando Castile shooting.
A Fargo concert promoter has pleaded guilty to sexual assault and disorderly conduct.
A New Rockford, North Dakota man changes his plea to guilty in the shooting death of a man at a wedding dance.
The lead spokeswoman for North Dakota's Health Department has resigned over comments she accidentally posted on the agency's Twitter account during Monday night's presidential debate.
Five people are facing a number of charges in connection with a robbery and assault in Moorhead.
It's not every day you come across firefighters setting fires to homes.
Students at MSUM are trying to get people to stop throwing their cigarette butts on the ground.
City Commissioner Dave Piepkorn says he has questions about refugee resettlement in Fargo.
A Fargo North student faces charges, after carrying a BB gun onto school grounds.
Students in the education program at MSUM visit the classrooms at McKinley Elementary School.
Great Rides Bike Share Club had its last great ride of the season.
It's a rare medical condition in newborns, but it can happen, despite an unremarkable pregnancy.
Tyson Foods is asking consumers to check their chicken.
The absentee ballots have been counted and the Maple Valley School bond has narrowly failed again.
A warning about the rest stops in the Jamestown area.
A trial did start in Cass County Court for Michael Truelove.
Moorhead Police are investigating after a homeowner reports he chased a stranger from his house and the man pointed a gun at him.
Chelsea Clinton is coming to Fargo.
The Minnesota State Patrol is investigating a deadly three vehicle crash on I-94.
One of the men accused of murder in the death of a Fargo man changes his plea the first day of his trial.
Man may have information on a current investigation.
NDSU football is back home this weekend for the 96th annual Homecoming game.
A semi collided with a train near Dwight, North Dakota and the semi driver was lucky to walk away alive.
Five local mayors join together with the Dakota Medical Foundation to fight addiction in the community.
NDSU kicked off its Homecoming Week with a student BBQ.
AARP has included Grand Forks in a new e-book called "Where We Live: Communities for All Ages".
You may have options when it comes to vaccinating against the flu, but it doesn't mean you should neglect your pets because they can get it just like you!
The Morton County Sheriff's Office says a private Dakota Access Pipeline Security Guard was assaulted by protesters Sunday.
If you believe in the Bison it's a good time to decorate your home.
The flu vaccine may not be for everyone, but many workplaces and schools are now requiring people to get one.
A six foot snake found abandoned south of Grand Forks a week ago has a new home.
The Fargo Fire Department was called twice to suspicious fires reported behind Dollar Tree off of 13th Avenue South.
A man involved in a fatal bar beating in Fargo in 2015 will go on trial tomorrow.
Montana authorities say a man picked up three teenage girls in Fargo for a sex trafficking scheme.
The Grand Forks Police Department's K9 unit has a new member.
A medical condition is believed to be the cause of a rollover accident on I-94 near Tower City.
Five people are OK after their duck boat capsized and threw them into the water on Christopherson Lake in Otter Tail County.
All Peculiars and friends joined together at the Fargo Public Library, to celebrate "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children".
A fundraising walk was held at Lindenwood Park to support those suffering from Crohn's Disease and Colitis.
The third annual Fargo Anime Convention happening right now at the Baymont Inn and Suites.
Drekker Brewing Company is celebrating its two-year anniversary today with Drekker Fest.
Authorities are searching for the remains of a Minneapolis woman who may have been left in an abandoned barn or farm building outside Fargo.
After the UND Snapchat controversy went viral, some people are asking if schools and communities are doing enough to educate students about diversity sensitivity.
A Longfellow Elementary School janitor is being is being thanked by the students and faculty for a mural he painted for the school.
U.S Senator Heidi Heitkamp toured Packet Digital in Fargo, to gain more insight on their unmanned aircraft systems.
Can you keep a secret?
An interview with Drekker Brewing Co-Founder Mark Bjorstad about this weekend's Drekkerfest celebration, and the growth of the brewery.
As part of National Recovery Month, more than 100 runners gathered at Lindenwood Park in Fargo to raise money and awareness for addiction recovery.
Friends and family are taking to Facebook to mourn the death of Carla Yellowbird.
A student is in custody after making threats of violence on social media.
The Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch in south Fargo opened its expansion.
A federal judge says accused murderer Ashley Hunter does not have a strong foundation to sue his attorney for malpractice.
A grand jury has indicted a Fergus Falls man in the shooting death of his father.
The wife of a man who was beaten to death outside of a Fargo bar has been arrested for the second time this month.
The man accused of killing a Fargo woman in May has entered not guilty pleas in Cass County District Court.
The Price is Right Live rolled into Fargo at Scheels Arena.
AT&T Minnesota is making a big donation to the YWCA Cass Clay for their workforce training program for homeless women.
A Snapchat showing a racial slur posted by UND students is circulating on social media outlets across the country.
The fate of the latest $14.3 million referendum for Maple Valley Schools won't be decided until Monday.
Minnesota Secretary of State Steve Simon made a stop in Moorhead on his annual trip around the state.
North Dakotans will vote on Marsy's Law in November, a law that gives victims of crime the same equal rights as those prosecuted.
Early voting in Minnesota begins on Friday.
It's just as important to take care of your mental health as it is your physical.
It's always good to have a plan.
This time, the giving is all on Logan
Essentia Health Cancer Center celebrates its survivors.
A national blood shortage has United Blood Services giving away a brand new wild ride.
Grand Forks County deputies responded to a call of a jaywalker, but got more than they bargained for.
A man is in custody after harassing the employees at the iHeartMedia building in Grand Forks.
A Fargo shelter is helping a dying pup make the most of her final days.
When it comes to enjoying a day out shopping, the last thing you expect is to be running for your life.
Eighth graders at Discovery Middle school participated in the 10th Annual Riverbank clean up and ecosystem science lesson.
The St. Cloud mall stabbing has retailers across the country and right here in the Valley on their toes.
Minnesota's governor got a call from President Obama this morning about the attack in St. Cloud.
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