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WDAZ.com merges with WDAY.com

Readers of WDAZ.com will now see a change to the news station's website. Web traffic from WDAZ has been redirected to a joint website with WDAY in Fargo. The new WDAY.com features programming, special promotions, staff information and latest head...

From left, WDAZ anchors Matt Henson, Stacie Van Dyke and reporter Ken Chase wait for commercials to end Wednesday before going back on the air in the WDAZ studio in Grand Forks. (Joshua Komer / Grand Forks Herald)
From left, WDAZ anchors Matt Henson, Stacie Van Dyke and reporter Ken Chase wait for commercials to end Wednesday before going back on the air in the WDAZ studio in Grand Forks. (Joshua Komer / Grand Forks Herald)

Readers of WDAZ.com will now see a change to the news station’s website.

Web traffic from WDAZ has been redirected to a joint website with WDAY in Fargo. The new WDAY.com features programming, special promotions, staff information and latest headlines linking to InForum.com.

All WDAZ news content will be available at InForum.com.

InForum.com launched a new website Tuesday morning. The Herald will launch a new website in the next three months.

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