Cupcake Wars: The Fargo Davies High School Edition

Young students get a taste of competitive baking

FARGO, N.D. — High school students in Fargo are getting in on a Food Network inspired competition. Teams of students at Davies High School were given 20 minutes of baking time for its annual Cupcake Wars competition. Like in the show, they had to use secret ingredients, which were limes, cayenne pepper, avocado and Mexican chocolate. We asked one of…

Drivers Identified in Bemidji School Bus Crash

Police say one child was pinned inside and had to be cut out of the bus by rescue workers

  BELTRAMI COUNTY, Minn. — Authorities have identified the two drivers involved in a Bemidji school bus crash in Beltrami County. Police say 29-year-old Thomas Nielson of Chattanooga, Tennessee was driving a passenger vehicle when he drove through a stop sign and hit the school bus, being driven by 47-year-old Patrick Stout of Bemidji. They say Stout lost control of…

Special Star Wars Day Puts Wisconsin School into Lockdown

Today is globally celebrated by fans of Star Wars as "May the Fourth be with You Day"

  ASHWAUBENON, WI — A high school in Wisconsin was evacuated and put into lockdown early this morning after a parent watched a student dressed in what appeared to be a bullet proof vest and a mask enter a back door of the building. Authorities responded quickly to the scene but after a quick investigation, realized the student was only…

Thirty Students Sent to Hospital After Bemidji Bus Crash

Most of the students involved were from the Red Lake Nation

  BEMIDJI, Minn. — School officials say 30 students were sent to a hospital to be checked out after a school bus crash near Bemidji. The superintendent says one student may have suffered a broken arm, another had a facial laceration and a third had possible internal injuries. Other students aboard had “bumps and bruises.” Most of the students involved…

Cass County Youth Commission Paying it Forward

The Cass County Youth Commission is the only of it's kind in North Dakota

FARGO,N.D–Twenty-one high school students are wrapping up their year and getting a look into local politics by paying it forward. The Cass County Youth Commission presented a check for over $6,500¬† to Charism, a nonprofit that supports at risk children in the metro. Members of the Cass County Government held a graduation for the group of students who served on…

NDSU Engineering Students Showcase Senior Projects

Seniors in the school of engineering displayed their design projects which they worked on all year

FARGO, N.D. — Students at NDSU are showing how talented they are when it comes to computer engineering. What do a guitar, a heart and wine all have in common? They’re all topics NDSU engineering students have been studying to develop devices to help them function properly. “Here we have a digitally enhanced vacuum tube guitar amplifier,” said student Zach…

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…

Maple Valley School District Holds Voter Education Meeting on School Bond Proposal

If the bond passes, Oriska and Buffalo school buildings would be gradually shut down while an expansion is made on Tower City's school

TOWER CITY, N.D. — People living in the Maple Valley School District are learning about an upcoming school bond vote. Previous bonds have been voted down three times, most recently last September. On April 25th, voters will be asked to decide a $14.3 million school bond to shut down two schools and expand the third into a larger K-through-12 facility….

Ag Week at NDSU: Game Show Night!

Students and community members come together for a night of games celebrating Ag Week

FARGO, N.D. —¬†NDSU students and community members gathered for a game of jeopardy in the continuation of celebrating Ag Week on campus. Teams answered questions about topics ranging from school history to sports. Prizes were given out, including gift cards to Scheels and Herd and Horns. “We all share the background of NDSU and NDSU’s background is agriculture,” said Jacob…

NDSU Students Raising Agriculture Awareness During Ag Week

Today kicked off ag week at NDSU brought to students by Ag Collective

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU is celebrating its roots during “Ag Week”. It kicked off on campus with a cookout where all students were welcome. The idea is to enhance, promote and encourage agriculture on the NDSU campus and in the region. A variety of Ag events will be happening all week long including ‘Ask an Ag Expert’, tours at the…