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Recent articles by Nick:

Farm worker rescued from grain bin in Steele County

The 21-year-old man was conscious and able to speak after the rescue. → Read More

UPDATE: Westbound I-94 reopens following 9-vehicle pileup between Valley City and Jamestown

Motorists are advised to reduce their speed due to dangerous weather conditions. → Read More

School district in Marshall County seeks approval on school expansion, renovation

The Warren-Alvarado-Oslo School District is asking voters to support a $24.9 million school expansion. → Read More

Moorhead home built in 1896 trashed after tenant received eviction notice

With smashed out windows, holes in the walls and blood on the floor, landlords are out thousands of dollars after a renter trashed a more than century-old home in Moorhead. → Read More

Moorhead City Council tables CBD ordinance over concerns of samples, underage use

Further discussion on the new proposed ordinance over the sale of CBD products was postponed by the Moorhead City Council until more members can be present. → Read More

'We’re at a point where it’s critical': Moorhead bus driver shortage felt in the sports world

Moorhead Athletic Director Dean Haugo comments on the shortage's impact on sports, district. → Read More

Moorhead student lunch debt collection idea could soon be voted out of proposed policy

WDAY News received clarity from the Moorhead superintendent about proposed debt collection for student lunch accounts. → Read More

Red River Valley Fair Association CEO responds to man camp expansion concerns

The CEO of the Red River Valley Fair Association is trying to ease concerns from neighbors about a proposed campground expansion. → Read More

Experts recommend servicing heating units ahead of winter season as expense rises

As we inch closer to the colder months, we are bracing for heating bills that are expected to get more expensive. But there are things you can do right now that might help and save you some money down the road. → Read More

Engineers gather data on Main Avenue lane closures in Moorhead

A traffic experiment in Moorhead is enraging drivers across the metro as parts of Main Avenue are down to three lanes instead of five. Closures are a test to see if changing the road permanently would be a good idea. → Read More

Artificial intelligence could be the key to detecting diabetes and cancer early

It could forever change the world of medicine, and potentially save lives. Researchers at North Dakota State University are using artificial intelligence to detect things like diabetes and cancer much earlier. We find out how it works, and explain when this emerging technology could be in the hands of patients. → Read More

Car wash employee fired after a customer says $4,000 went missing from their car

Fargo police are investigating after a couple says a Don's Car Wash employee stole more than $4,000 dollars from their van while they were getting a car wash. That employee lost his job, but so far, no charges have been filed. → Read More

Griggs County appoints new interim sheriff after a heated resignation

Faced with only having one deputy after their sheriff resigned at a heated meeting, Griggs County is appointing a new sheriff. The sudden resignation is impacting their local election, and tells us who's stepping up to fill the leadership gap. → Read More

Minnesota college loan borrowers may face additional taxes

Anyone with college loans in Minnesota are being urged to keep on eye on how state lawmakers address how forgiveness could be taxed. → Read More

Moorhead students expected to walk to school amid bus driver shortage

With an ongoing bus driver shortage, more children are expected to walk to class this school year. This means drivers have to pay more attention to the roads. → Read More

North Dakota Attorney General aims to crack down on violent crime with tougher sentences

North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley believes harsher sentences will discourage violent crime, so he's putting together a package of new laws targeting violent crimes in which a gun was illegally used. → Read More

Nationwide cement shortage could delay local road projects

It might take longer than normal for those pesky orange cones to go away. A nationwide cement shortage is slowing down projects in the region → Read More

The house that hemp built: Fargo developers build hempcrete home to study energy-saving benefits

Justin Berg and Sydney Glup built two identical tiny houses -- one the conventional way, the other with a hemp-derived material called hempcrete -- to help prove hemp's superiority in terms of energy savings, moisture control and air quality. → Read More

Coalition aims to hinder Red River Women's Clinic's move to Moorhead

The group PLAM Action is working to keep the Red River Women's clinic from moving to Moorhead. Their effort is intensifying, with the North Dakota trigger law kicking in in about three weeks, forcing the clinic to stop operations in the state. → Read More

House made of hemp to test durability of unorthodox construction material

FARGO — An experiment is underway in Fargo to see how a house made of hemp holds up compared to traditional construction materials. It is a small brown house being built near 10th Street and Third Avenue North, near downtown Fargo. → Read More