Learn about a man who found his problem could be solved with some fresh paint and a crazy idea.
Every child needs a home | Ali Strand reporting
We'll show you how loving parents and foster kids can form a family.
Bipartisan gridlock | Victor Correa reporting
After the election Republicans control the house and Democrats the senate. But will this Congress only agree to disagree?
New heights for North Dakota | Brian Gendreau reporting
A climbing gym is bringing cliffs and crags to North Dakota’s flat terrain.
Watch the day in the life of a barista who spends her mornings helping others to wake up.
An athletic ability for hockey gives way to a passion for music. UND men’s hockey player Tate Maris talks about his passion for both pucks and picks.
A health care professional was fired for refusing a flu shot. We got your thoughts on whether it should be required.
Sub-zero construction | Johnathan Metz reporting
With winter closing in, construction projects still need to be completed.
Engineering interest for wreckage | George Bibel
A UND professor has written books on the wreckage of planes and trains, how they happen, and what to avoid.
Trumpeting success | Ronnie Ingle
One musical man makes a successful career out of his jazzy brass bugle.
Terrible twisters | Stephanie Waldref anchoring
Find out how two tornados destroyed communities in Southern Minnesota.
Eclipse in Australia | Stephanie Waldref anchoring
The sky has darkened down under, Stephanie Waldref explains why.