Stress can be the result of many deadlines, demands and frustrations. A new study shows one generation may be the most stressed out.
Post office changes | Will Biernat reporting
With more and more cuts being made the US Postal Service is trying to stay afloat. Many rural areas are starting to feel the effects. In small town Thompson, North Dakota, population 983, changes are being noticed.
NHL draft | Taylor Braith reporting
This May, thousands of college students will be graduating and looking for a future career. But for a select group that career was decided before they even stepped on campus.
Chinese dance | Timm Uhlmann reporting
People around the world welcome each New Year with celebration, the Chinese New Year is no different.This year a small town campus in Minnesota was able to join in.
Some kids get excited about science and technology. One young girl found the perfect way to combine teamwork, fun and learning. Katy Berg is part of a team competing against 34 other teams in a special tournament.
Most do not like the long lines of security at the airport. This summer that is going to change. Body image scanners are being removed due to a violation in privacy. The TSA gave the machine manufacturer a deadline to install new privacy software for the machines. The deadline was not met forcing the TSA to take out the scanners. We wanted your thoughts on whether or not removing the scanners is a good thing.
Flight training delays | Tasha Olson reporting
Many people get frustrated because of a cancelled or delayed flight caused by weather. The same thing can happen to pilots in training at the University of North Dakota.
Misleading weight loss products | James Whitehead
James Whitehead is a Professor of Physical Education and Exercise Science. He recently did a lecture at the University of North Dakota about fraud in the health industry.
Energy drink caution | Frank White
Frank White is an assistant professor of Sociology, who became more educated on the new research and findings of energy drinks while teaching abroad in Norway during 2000. He decided to bring this factual information back to the States by collecting data on the effects of energy drinks. White uses a two-pronged approach in his research: the consumption of energy drinks by themselves and their combination with alcohol. White also examines the marketing aspect in how advertisers commercialize these products to a target audience.
Breeds of blizzards | Kellen Peters anchoring
Find out the difference between Midwest and East Coast whiteouts.
Heavy snow on west coast | Kellen Peters anchoring
The Golden State was recently covered in white.