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North Dakota Senate fails to override Burgum's veto on bonus bill
Sadeks 'appalled' by ND Senate push to gut bill protecting police informants
Man, interviewed numerous times in Jacob Wetterling's disappearance, sues sheriff
North Carolina Senate passes repeal of transgender bathroom law
Minnesota- based Land O'Lakes, Inc. acquires Vermont Creamery
crime and courts
'Trading Spaces' returning to TV
Donald Trump once called actress Emma Thompson for a date
The List: UND Writers Conference wraps up Friday
Out & About: Fire Hall farce, Frank and family fare
'Wheel of Fortune' unfortunate guess goes viral
Marilyn Hagerty: Chef, renovations make for enticing Aroma
The Eatbeat: Chef, renovations make for enticing Aroma
Marilyn Hagerty: Time for snowbirds to fly home
Daughters often get first tanning salon experience with mom
Healthy Living Expo showcases exercise, food and more
Tucker Poolman expected to sign with Winnipeg Jets
'Wentz Bros Outdoors' provides fascinating insight into Eagles QB's hunting passion
Tyson Jost signs with Colorado Avalanche
Cam Johnson returning to UND for senior season
'We've run through the stages of grief,' women's hockey coach says
John P. Nepper Sr.
Kris Ann Spears (Plutowski)
Sharon "Sherry" Lee Hough Burton
North Dakota Outdoors-Columnist Doug Leier: Wildlife agencies seek reports of whooping crane sightings
Chip Olson "greenback" walleye
WANTED: Your big fish photos
Band confirms it: Terminator's back in town
Game and Fish seeks eagle nest reports
McFeely: 'It's a sad day for everybody': UND athletic director Brian Faison says during WDAY radio interview
Port: The UND’s women’s hockey program lost $1.9 million in 2016
Editorial: Grand Forks is rail town as well as college town
Letter: North Dakota needs revenue more than residents need tax cut
Bill Harwood: Music helps Grand Forks students start life on right note
Tucker Poolman expected to sign with Winnipeg Jets
September 21, 2016
Mark Zuckerberg pledges $3 billion to cure all diseases
LOS ANGELES—Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan want to rid the world of all diseases: The couple's Chan Zuckerberg...
September 21, 2016 - 2:39pm
May 18, 2016
ROB PORT: Valley News Live clowns do disservice to both sides of the refugee debate
Recently the rodeo clowns at Valley News Live promoted what they claimed was a major story (video at the link) about the threat of tuberculosis...
May 18, 2016 - 1:15pm
October 25, 2015
DOUG LEIER: Pneumonia outbreak continues to affect N.D. bighorn sheep
This is the first fall in many years North Dakota has not had a bighorn sheep hunting season. Even though the number of licenses always has...
October 25, 2015 - 7:00am
October 21, 2015
Iraq's cholera outbreak exceeds 1,800 cases
Iraq’s first major cholera outbreak since 2012 has risen to more than 1,800 cases, including six deaths, and spread to the northern Kurdistan...
October 21, 2015 - 6:45pm
September 12, 2015
Health officials baffled by rise of 'rabbit fever' across U.S. West
U.S. health officials said on Thursday they were puzzled by a surge in the number of people who have contracted a rare bacterial disease usually found in rabbits that has already killed a Wyoming man and sickened dozens of people in Colorado, South Dakota and Nebraska this year.
September 12, 2015 - 5:15pm
August 28, 2015
Poultry producers prepare for potential fall flu outbreak
FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. -- Temperatures have dipped into the 40s and even the 30s, in northern Minnesota. Ducks and geese are beginning...
August 28, 2015 - 9:30pm
August 27, 2015
Sanford Health seeks 30 volunteers to test ebola vaccine
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Sanford Health is seeking participants to enroll in clinical trial testing a vaccine for the Ebola virus. The Merck-sponsored study will explore the vaccine’s ability to safely generate antibodies that could protect against future exposure to the virus....
News/crime and courts
August 27, 2015 - 11:00pm
Global life expectancy rises, but people live sicker for longer
People around the world are living longer, but many are also living sicker lives for longer, according to a study of all major diseases and injuries in 188 countries.
August 27, 2015 - 4:30pm
August 26, 2015
Texas teen contracts rare brain-eating amoeba infection
A Texas teenager is fighting for his life after contracting a rare brain-eating disease from swimming in a lake about 70 miles north of Houston, his parents have told a local broadcaster.
August 26, 2015 - 6:00pm
August 15, 2015
Minn. was right to alert public about possible amoeba death, family of dead teen says
ALEXANDRIA, Minn. -- Roseanne Boutain and her family of Alexandria finally have “closure” after finding out this week that their son didn’t...
August 15, 2015 - 9:35am
August 13, 2015
'A godsend': ND among top 10 states for reduction in uninsured rate
FARGO -- Not long ago, Mike Barry was going to a homeless health clinic to take care of his chronic health conditions, which include...
August 13, 2015 - 6:15am
August 5, 2015
Minnesota congressman expects bird flu vaccine for turkeys soon
REDWOOD FALLS, Minn. -- Congressman Collin Peterson is expecting an announcement this week, perhaps as early as today that a trial vaccine is...
August 5, 2015 - 7:15pm
July 28, 2015
Seven cases of rabbit fever reported in Black Hills
PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota’s state epidemiologist said tularemia or rabbit fever is on the rise, with seven cases reported in the Black Hills area since June. “Tularemia is a fairly uncommon but potentially severe disease that can be fatal,” said Dr. Lon Kightlinger of...
July 28, 2015 - 10:03pm
July 24, 2015
ND officials warn of uncommon disease that can spread from animals to humans
BISMARCK – An increase in an uncommon disease called tularemia or rabbit fever has been found in North Dakota. It’s a disease humans can catch from animals and insects. The two confirmed human cases of the disease this summer have been reported in LaMoure...
July 24, 2015 - 9:46pm
July 14, 2015
Still no spud disease in Minnesota, North Dakota
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Minnesota and North Dakota potato farmers continue to avoid late blight this growing season, according to the most recent weekly report. What's more, the increase in late blight severity values -- the weather-based cumulative measurement of conditions...
July 14, 2015 - 7:00am