College can be stressful. The biggest cause of stress among students may be their pocketbook. However paying for their own tuition could have its own benefits.
Albatross | Kyle See-Rockers reporting
North Dakota is not the first thought that comes to mind when thinking about a destination to golf in the winter. But an avid golfer has found a way for the community to beat that scenario.
Rasalka dancers | Alyssa Dooley reporting
People pass traditions from generation to generation. One dance ensemble shows us how they pass on their heritage. Upbeat music, energy, and extravagant costumes, these are just a few things that represent an important part of the Ukrainian heritage.
Band names and the lead singers are what most people think about when it comes to popular music. One man’s musical gift took him to the big leagues. This audience came together to hear the musical journey of someone who made it.
Many people stay away from exercise because they are too busy or simply don't want to. A Jean company says losing fat can be as simple as putting on a pair of their jeans in the morning. A new line of Women’s Wrangler Jeans are now lined with moisturizing ingredients that they say can help reduce cellulite. We went out and asked women their thoughts on Wrangler’s newest product.
Frostbite dangers | Riley Bruestle reporting
The winter season can bring bitter cold temperatures. Without dressing properly, your body will be exposed to the dangers of frostbite.
Advancements in aviation | Sheriff Robert Rost & Professor Alan Frazier
The Grand Forks Country Police Department is joining forces with the UND Aviation Department to bring police enforcement to new heights. Alan Frazier, an associate professor of Aerospace with the University of North Dakota, began a research project in 2009 that utilized unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) for police regulation. He was hired a few years ago as the chief pilot for the unmanned aircraft systems unit and works under Grand Forks County Sheriff Robert Rost as a part-time deputy sheriff.
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Avian flu | David Bradley
David Bradley is an immunologist and a professor at the University of North Dakota. He is a part of a team that studies how avian antibodies effect geese. The team recently received a grant to do more research.
Measuring snowfall| Kellen Peters anchoring
The country has seen above average snowfall.
Texas sees rare snowfall | Kellen Peters anchoring
The Lone Star State receives a record breaking white blanket.