ND - Students Engaging in More AP Work

Jarrod Thomas | May 31, 2017 AT 2:54 pm

State education officials say more high schools students in North Dakota are doing advanced coursework.

Olympics - NHL

Doug Barrett | May 30, 2017 AT 4:23 pm

Commissioner Gary Bettman said Tampa will host the 2018 All-Star weekend, the surest sign yet that the NHL will actually bypass the Olympics.

Arrest Made in Moorhead Assault Case

Doug Barrett | May 30, 2017 AT 4:10 pm

A 43-year old man was arrested in Moorhead on Monday for assaulting two people with a shovel and brick. Authorities say Jerome Walker is charged with two counts of felony second degree assault.

ND Priest Investigation

Doug Barrett | May 30, 2017 AT 4:10 pm

A pastor at two Catholic parishes in southeastern North Dakota has been placed on administrative leave as authorities investigate his conduct with children.

GF - Two Bomb Threats in Two Days

Doug Barrett | May 30, 2017 AT 3:49 pm

Two bomb scares in two days has Grand Forks police searching for the person or persons responsible for making the threats.

MN - Castile Trial July Selection Begins

Doug Barrett | May 30, 2017 AT 3:49 pm

Jury selection is set to begin in the trial of a police officer accused of fatally shooting a black motorist whose death generated national attention when the aftermath was streamed live on Facebook.

MN Budget- Dayton to Decide Fate of Bills

Doug Barrett | May 30, 2017 AT 3:49 pm

Minnesota Governor Dayton is expected to decide the fate of numerous money bills today.

MN Two Suspects in Custody for Homicide in Fridley

Doug Barrett | May 30, 2017 AT 3:49 pm

Two suspects are in custody in a homicide in Fridley. The Anoka County Sheriff's Office says the 35- and 44-year-old males are suspects in the Saturday night shooting death of a man at a Fridley residence.

MN - Missing Person's Car Found

Doug Barrett | May 26, 2017 AT 4:10 pm

The Kittson County Sheriff’s office says a car belonging to a missing Minnesota woman has been located

G-F Drug Forum Held Last Night

Doug Barrett | May 26, 2017 AT 4:10 pm

Around 300 people turned out for last night’s forum to discuss the growing opioid problem in Grand Forks. Mayor Mike Brown says make no mistake it’s a crisis situation that should alarm resident in the city.