GRAND FORKS — A new retailer comes to Grand Forks. On Tuesday, Sanford Healthcare Accessories opened at 2600 Demers Ave.
GRAND FORKS — Help for people fresh out of prison and jail could soon be on the way in Grand Forks. A nonprofit wants to start a house in Grand Forks. The F5 Project is hoping to get a house for as many as six people in the next three months.
GRAND FORKS - Traffic is moving again on 32nd Avenue after it was slowed for about an hour this afternoon after a crash involving several cars. At 4 p.m., tow crews pulled apart a pickup and an SUV. No word yet about any injuries or what happened.
CAVALIER, N.D. - After a rail bridge burned down, crews have built a new one, one some thought they may never get. That's what the bridge just south of Cavalier looked like in July, 50 feet of charred wood. Wednesday, it looks brand new, thanks to a dozen generous donors. "You just don't want to lose the railroad. Once it's gone you'll never get it back,” Curt Kirking of Cavalier Bean Company said.
TURTLE MOUNTAIN, N.D. — A Turtle Mountain man is rescuing dogs and cats from Hurricane Florence. Keith Benning, Turtle Mountain Animal Rescue founder, has already helped more than 10 animals get to safety.
GRAND FORKS - The streets department's crews are paving for pizza in Grand Forks. This was the scene Tuesday morning at the corner of 5th Avenue South and Oak Street. Domino's Pizza chose Grand Forks as the sole city in North Dakota to receive a $5,000 grant to fill potholes. The selection came after the company received many suggestions from area residents.
MICHIGAN, N.D. - A life-saving service will soon close in Michigan, North Dakota. Managers say there aren't enough hands on deck to handle emergencies. People in Michigan, North Dakota say they need their ambulance service, it’s been around for decades. "We have a 21-year-old disabled son who has cerebral palsy,” said Vickie January, a mom local to the town.
GRAND FORKS - Fun for the whole family on the Greenway.
DEVILS LAKE, N.D. -North Dakota may be in for another battle over water. This time in Devils Lake. Hundreds of people showed up to voice their concerns about a proposed hog farm on Wednesday. "I don't think that's going to be good for any of us," one Devils Lake resident said.
GRAND FORKS — Commutes across the Grand Cities could get a little longer. "The lines going on Demers were backed up,” said Raechelle Krawza, who works downtown. The Kennedy Bridge is set to close for the next week. "It's nice knowing that traffic down here's going to be a lot crazier in the downtown area,” Krawza said.