THE DULLUM FILE Stacie Van Dyke: An Appreciation
In a week that began badly enough for mewith an (unstaged) slip and fall and a trip to the emergency room,Christmas came early with the announcement that, in addition to co-anchoring WDAZ News @6 &... Posted on 12/7/13 at 9:30 AM
STAFF BLOG NIE ROCKS! Teachers making a difference
Do you know a teacher in the greater Grand Cities area who should be recognized for their accomplishments?
Once a month, WDAZ Reporter Cynthia Johnson will feature a local educator who has made an im... Posted on 8/21/13 at 7:42 AM
REGGIE TALES 1,624 Toys For Tots
1,624. That is the grand total of toys, books, and stuffing stuffers dropped off at the WDAZ Toys For Tots Truck over a two week period in late November and early December. 1,624. That's a lot of toys... Posted on 12/19/12 at 11:51 AM
A WDAZ-TV reporter said he was just doing his job when two people attacked him on the Spirit Lake Reservation. The incident happened just after 3:30 Tuesday afternoon when reporter Adam Ladwig was on the scene of a garage fire at a residence.
The longtime local journalist has been hired as news director at WDAZ-TV, an ABC affiliate, and starts at the end of May. Moravchik has been an account executive — in addition to other duties — at Duluth-Superior magazine since December 2011.
Rob Hudson, an Elk River, Minn., native who has worked in TV news in four states including a stint at KARE 11 in Minneapolis, will join WDAZ TV in Grand Forks Aug. 27 to co-anchor the 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts, the stationed announced.
WDAZ anchor Charley Johnson is quitting the TV news business to join the tourism business. The Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau announced that its board had picked him as its new president Friday. His last day at WDAZ in Grand Forks will be May 31. He’ll start his new job in late June.
Watch Saturday's follow-up report by WDAZ-TV of Grand Forks on Herald columnist Marilyn Hagerty, who became an Internet food sensation thanks to a Wednesday Eatbeat column on the new Grand Forks Olive Garden that went viral. Then watch Channel 8's original Thursday night report.
Responding to a Forum Communications story about ex-anchor Robin Huebner’s allegations of gender and age bias in the wake of her resignation Monday, the head of 'Valley News Live' said in a Tuesday newscast that Huebner wasn’t forced out and chose to take a pay cut.
Just three years ago, the thought that western North Dakota would be experiencing historic floods in the near future would have been seen as unrealistic considering how dry that area was as seen with the Palmer Indexes in June 2008. Meterologist Daryl Ritchison of WDAZ and WDAY-TV and Radio writes in the Areavoices blog StormTracker about the events leading to this very wet year - and why we shouldn't be surprised.
Grand Forks' WDAZ-TV returned to the airwaves Tuesday afternoon after being knocked off the air. WDAZ and Fargo's WDAY-TV and AM 970 stations both had been knocked off the air after Monday’s storm but for different reasons. The radio station remains off the air.
Snow-covered roads and poor visibility combined with flooded roadside ditches have created hazardous driving conditions during today’s storm. At least two vehicles have ended up in flooded ditches in Cass County.
A familiar face of WDAY-TV in Fargo and WDAZ-TV in Grand Forks on weekends will be the new face at 5 p.m. on KVLY-TV in Fargo. Griff Potter, KVLY news director, confirmed Stephanie Goetz will soon be appearing as a 5 p.m. anchor.
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