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Bismarck Girls Hockey Shuts Out Grand Forks, Wins ND State Title

Anderson's two goals lead Blizzard past KnightRiders

FARGO, N.D. — The Bismarck Blizzard wrapped up the North Dakota state title with a 3-0 win against Grand Forks on Saturday. Kenley Anderson scored two goals down low to build the lead. Grand Forks Central won the boys tournament, beating Bismarck 7-2. Categories: High School, Top Sports Headlines Tags: bismarck, Grand Forks, Kenley Anderson, ND, north dakota, State Hockey

WBB: UND Takes Season Series from Northern Colorado

Fighting Hawks remain on top of the Big Sky standings

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (UND Athletics) —  North Dakota’s three seniors prodived the bulk of the scoring in their final home game as UND inched closer to a potential Big Sky Conference regular season title with a 75-68 win over Northern Colorado Saturday. UND moves to 14-2 in the league with the win, needing just one more win or a Montana…

WHKY: UND Forces Game Three with Win against Ohio State

Fighting Hawks even the best-of-three series with help from Amy Menke's three-point performance

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (UND Athletics) — Senior forward Amy Menke recorded a three-point outing to help the UND women’s hockey team even up a best-of-three series against Ohio State with a 4-1 win over the Buckeyes on Saturday afternoon. For the sixth-straight game against Ohio State this season, North Dakota out-shot the Buckeyes, this time by a 37-18 mark. Fortunately…

Kindred Earns Two-Seed in ND State Tournament

After winning the Region 1 Tournament, Kindred will face Edgeley/Kulm/Montpelier

Kindred’s undefeated season earned the Vikings a two-seed in the Class-B North Dakota state tournament. The Vikings will face Edgeley/Kulm/Montpelier in the first round, beginning on Thursday in Grand Forks, N.D.   Categories: High School, KVRR Sports Extra, Top Sports Headlines Tags: Class b, Girl’s Basketball, Kindred, north dakota, State tournament, Vikings

Authorities Make Final Arrests, Officially Close Main DAPL Camp

As officers worked, cleanup crews began razing buildings on the square-mile piece of property on federal land

  MORTON COUNTY, N.D. — Authorities have declared the main Dakota Access pipeline protest camp officially cleared after arresting the last remaining holdouts. Nearly three dozen people were arrested. It took under four hours as officers methodically checked buildings and arrested anyone they encountered. One man climbed atop a building and stayed there for more than an hour before surrendering. As…

Pipeline Protest Deadline Brings Fires, Explosions, Injuries and Arrests

Dakota Access Oil Pipeline in Morton County, North Dakota

MORTON COUNTY, N.D. — A dramatic chain of events unfolded in Morton County at the site of the Dakota Access oil pipeline. There were ceremonial fires, explosions, injuries and arrests. All as the 2 p.m. Wednesday deadline for protesters to clear out of the main camp came and went. Protesters begin ceremonial burning of some of their living structures ahead…

Fargo Police Set the Record Straight on State’s Good Samaritan Law

The law gives immunity to fellow drug users to encourage them to call for help during a drug overdose

FARGO, N.D. — Details of a drug arrest from May of last year have raised questions about North Dakota’s Good Samaritan Law. Fargo Police Chief Dave Todd took to Facebook to clear up the confusion. Authorities want to remind the public that saving someone’s life is their top priority. North Dakota’s Good Samaritan Law is designed to help authorities save…

Rink Report: UND Brings ‘Must Win’ Attitude to Senior Night

Fighting Hawks host Omaha for a two-game set

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — KVRR Sports reporter Jeremy Klein previews the University of North Dakota’s two-game homestand against Omaha. The Fighting Hawks (15-13-3, 8-11-1 NCHC) are 2-6-0 in their last eight games, and have struggled down the stretch. But, with senior night at the Ralph Engelstad Arena, the Hawks are looking to get back in the win column. Omaha (15-12-5,…

Two Sentenced in 2016 Sex with Minors Sting

18 men were accused of going to local hotels to hire minors for sex

Brandon Murch (L) and Christopher Highness (R)  CASS COUNTY, N.D. — Two more men have appeared in court on charges connected to a sex sting last summer in the metro. Eighteen men were accused of going to local hotels to hire minors for sex. Brandon Murch, 31, of Hunter, North Dakota was sentenced to 1½ years behind bars. A charge…

State Ordered Budget Cuts Cause More Changes at NDSU

Fifty buyouts have already been completed and another 70 positions haven't been filled

  FARGO, N.D. — NDSU has announced more changes as a result of state-ordered budget cuts. President Dean Bresciani says the university is eliminating student affairs administrators and will continue to offer buyouts. Fifty buyouts have already been completed and another 70 positions haven’t been filled. Incentives include allowing some employees to work part-time as they near retirement. Administrative budgets…