Curling is getting more popular at regional rinks because of a post-Olympic glow. The success of the U.S. men's curling team's is the cause.
Some corn farmers can't keep up with the demand to dry their corn for use in corn stoves. Such stoves won't ever replace ADM as a global corn market, but they are bringing money into farmers' pockets in a new way.
A small North Dakota town fights a Burlington Northern Santa Fe plan to increase train speeds.
Even as American businesses are trying to forge business links in China, so are children in the Red River Valley. Students in one elementary school are exchanging art with Chinese students.
The Pelican Rapids High School is rising to the challenges of teaching a diverse population and satisfying new national education standards.
Ken Heide uses his woodworking skills to help people live a regular life. He is one of the few people left in the U.S. who carve wooden legs.
A coalition of police and public health officers in northwestern Minnesota are working together to curb underage drinking.
University of Minnesota - Crookston officials are working to develop a new mission for the Crookston campus.
Folks across the region began to dig out from the first winter storm of the year Tuesday. High winds, combined with ice and snow, toppled hundreds of power poles and made driving nearly impossible.
A winter storm glazed roads, stranded travelers, knocked out
power and closed schools in western Minnesota and the Dakotas on
A series of tragic events in northwestern Minnesota has
refocused attention on underage binge drinking. Excessive alcohol is blamed for the recent deaths of two college students. Everyone agrees there is a problem, but finding a solution is difficult.
Despite the airline industry's financial problems, one of the country's largest aviation schools at the University of North Dakota is still very popular with students.
About 2,000 children are adopted by Minnesota families every year. For the past four years the St. Paul Public Schools have been providing classes that allow families with adopted children to meet and learn from each other.
Prosecutors charged six men Monday with felonies for selling liquor to an underaged student at Minnesota State University - Moorhead.
Moorhead college student Patrick Kycia's death has revived calls to address the problem of binge drinking.