Ramp to freedom | Cory Robertson reporting
A woman is stranded at home after a devastating diagnosis. Because of her strength and a college fraternity project she finds her freedom once again.
Anti-bullying program “Rachel’s Challenge" | Stephanie Getsman reporting
Learn about this powerful movement to stop bullying, formed after the tragedy at Columbine.
College in high school | Cecilie Engeseth reporting
An early jumpstart on college while still earning high school credits helps students save money, and get a head start freshman year.
Unusual workout routine | Kyle See-Rockers reporting
Follow someone that uses unconventional materials for an intense training session.
Meet a woman who brings out her passion for decorating extra early for the spooky season.
To reduce the seven out of 10 dropout rate by pregnant teenage girls, 13 New York City schools are providing access to the "morning after" pill.
This measure is part of a pilot program. It provides birth control methods to schools with higher pregnancy rates and less access to healthcare. We wanted your thoughts on if it is a good idea for school to be passing out birth control pills to students.
Classifying clouds | Brianna Kump reporting
Clouds have a system of organization similar to the animal kingdom.
UND and NASA | Mark Askelson
Professor Mark Askelson leads a team of scientists in developing a technology to improve unmanned aircraft.
Cars, houses, and salaries | Kristine Paranica
Kristine Paranica is the Director of the UND Conflict Resolution Center. She provides a class for women about negotiating skills. Paranica uses her prior negotiating experience as an attorney to break down the stereotypes about women negotiating deals and the transformation this topic has had over the years.
What’s with the wind? | Stephanie Waldref anchoring
Find out the explanations for the windy conditions this past week.
Damaging Winds | Stephanie Waldref anchoring
A major windstorm hits Twin Falls, Idaho causing some damage.