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Money Talks: Compound Interest

Paul Meyers may not be a magician, but he sure knows how to dazzle us with his financial advice. The Legacy Wealth Management financial specialist sat down live in studio with the Morning Show's…

Interested in Growing Hemp in North Dakota?

BISMARCK, ND -- North Dakota's Agriculture Department is hosting a meeting for people interested in growing industrial hemp. The meeting will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in the Brynhild Haugland Room at the state Capitol in Bismarck. Next year…

Geologists Reviewing Recoverable Crude Oil in North Dakota

  NORTH DAKOTA -- Federal geologists say they will reevaluate the amount of recoverable crude oil in North Dakota. Senators Heidi Heitkamp and John Hoeven and industry officials requested the new assessment by the U.S. Geological Survey, saying it would…

Area Colleges Prepare for Graduation Ceremonies

  REGIONAL -- Hundreds of students are getting an early Christmas gift: a college degree. Winter commencement ceremonies will be held this week at NDSU, UND and MSUM. This year, 657 students will participate in NDSU's winter commencement on Friday…

Check Out These Shipping Deadline Dates for Online Gifts

  NATIONAL -- Shopping online makes the holidays quick and convenient, but be aware of shipping deadlines to make sure your gifts get under the right tree on time. Workers at the U.S. Postal Service are doubling up and working…

Net Neutrality: Why You Should Care

Do you like Netflix? Shop on Amazon? Do you support friends and family members who have small businesses and run a website so people can find them? Guess what? All your access to those…

Fargo In Food & Wine: BernBaum's Restaurant

If you like food & wine, you've probably heard of Food & Wine. It's one of the country's premier publications on dining and drinking, and it's got a huge following. Now, the many thousands…

Photos With Furry Friends for the Holidays

FARGO, ND -- The holiday season is all about spending time with the ones you love and that includes your furry friends! The Natural Pet Center in Fargo gave people in the community a chance to take holiday photos with…

Governor Burgum Served, Says He Will Respond "Firmly"

  BISMARCK, ND -- Gov. Doug Burgum says he will "respond accordingly and firmly'' to a lawsuit filed by the Republican-led Legislature challenging his veto powers. Gov. Burgum was served with the lawsuit today. It stems from the governor using…

SunOpta Inc. of Wahpeton to Close, 35 Employees Out of Work

WAHPETON, ND -- Natural food snacks maker SunOpta Inc. says it will close its roasting facility in Wahpeton next year, putting about 35 employees out of work. The company states that it's because of increased operations at its Crookston, Minnesota…

A Shining Night: F-M Gay Men's Chorus

It's been four years since the vocalists of the Fargo-Moorhead Gay Men's Chorus were kind enough to let Emily Welker break the story of their very first live performance, and they're sounding better than…

Senator Al Franken Resignation: What Comes Next?

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Minnesota Democratic Senator Al Franken is resigning, soon. He maintains the allegations of sexual harassment against him are not true, but Franken bowed to pressure to step down from almost…

Keillor Says MPR Fired Him Without a "Fair Investigation"

  MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -- Minnesota Public Radio insists it "carefully investigated'' complaints from two people of "inappropriate behavior'' by Garrison Keillor before it terminated its contracts with the creator of "A Prairie Home Companion.'' MPR said the complaints came from…