North Dakota News

Second Finalist for President of UND Tours the Campus

Dr. Staben toured the campus and spoke to students and staff about the future of the university

GRAND FORKS, N.D.- Dr. Chuck Staben served as President of the University of Idaho from 2014 to June of this year. He says he feels that he still has a lot to do in higher education. Staben says he would be able to help with student retention. He had good success increasing the graduation rate as a provost at the…

High-Risk Sex Offender Moves to Wheatland

Tina Haws now lives at 4404 147th Avenue Southeast

CASS COUNTY, N.D — Cass County Sheriff’s Office says a high-risk sex offender has moved. Tina Haws now lives at 4404 147th Avenue Southeast in Wheatland, North Dakota. The 38-year-old has offenses from 1999 where a 14-year-old girl was involved and again in 2012, where the victims were both male and female teens. Both times, Haws provided alcohol to the…

Man Who Drowned In Goose River Possibly Trying To Save Dog

Searchers recovered the body of 59-year old Kelly Lipsiea

PORTLAND, N.D. — A man who drowned in the Goose River in Portland, North Dakota on Sunday may have been trying to rescue his dog, according to authorities. Searchers recovered the body of 59-year old Kelly Lipsiea in an open area of water on the iced-over river. A deputy was called to the park on a report of a vehicle…

Man Charged in Mandan Killings Challenges Search Warrants

Isaak is arguing that authorities did not properly obtain warrants for his property.

BISMARCK, N.D.–A man accused of killing four people at a North Dakota property management company is challenging search warrants and seeking a change of venue. Chad Isaak has pleaded not guilty to four counts of murder in the April 1 shooting and stabbing deaths at RJR Maintenance and Management in Mandan. Isaak, a chiropractor who lived in a mobile home…

Woman Pleads Not guilty to Forgery and Theft of $800,000

Morell will stand trial beginning Feb. 19.

BISMARCK, N.D.–A Bismarck woman has pleaded not guilty to using fraudulent letters and a judge’s forged signature to swindle more than $800,000 from people who thought they were loaning her money. Thirty-two-year-old Autumn Morrell entered the pleas Tuesday to three counts of theft and three counts of forgery. Each felony carries a maximum 20 years in prison upon conviction. Prosecutors…

Elton John Coming To Fargo

The Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour will play the Fargodome on Saturday, June 13.

FARGO, ND — A rock legend is coming to Fargo. Elton John added Fargo to this 2020 North America dates. The Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour will play the Fargodome on Saturday, June 13. Tickets go on sale to the public beginning Friday, November 22 at 10:00 a.m. Tickets and VIP packages can be purchased on EltonJohn.com. American Express® Card…

Incorporating Well–Being In The Workplace

There are 13 organizations participating in this project in Cass and Clay counties

CLASS AND CLAY COUNTIES, N.D.– “The People Project” is an idea that originated from the Rethink Mental Health Initiative started by Cass and Clay Counties. They are doing activities that promote a positive and respectful work environment. “If its kindness, they would take a car, they wouldn’t know what they were grabbing, and they would practice whatever that card says…

Recycle Smarter, Not Harder, with Tips from NDSU

NDSU is taking on a new challenge: Teaching the metro the best way to recycle.

FARGO, ND – According to the experts, the FM Metro is doing a fantastic job at recycling. But they think we can do even better. “People really want to recycle; we want to kind of reverse some of the damage we are doing with all the production of waste.” said Kate Nelson DeShaw, the Chair of the Environmental Sustainability Committee…

Karl’s TV & Appliance in Fargo Wants Your Used Wheelchairs, Crutches and Canes

The donated items will be sent to one of many volunteer facilities to be refurbished

FARGO, N.D. — Karl’s TV & Appliance has partnered with Hope Haven International Ministries for the regional wheelchair drive. The donated items will be sent to one of many volunteer facilities to be refurbished. They are then sent to developing countries and handed out at no cost. “Supply, you know, needed equipment to people in areas where they don’t have…

First Finalist For President of UND Visits Campus

Dr. Robert Marley is the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost for Academic Affairs of the Missouri University of Science and Technology

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — UND has started hosting the 6 finalists to become the next president of the university. Dr. Robert Marley is the first candidate to stop at the UND campus to speak to students and staff about issues the university faces. Marley is the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost for Academic Affairs of the Missouri University of Science…