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Bomb-Screening Technology

Over the past six years, the United States has seen a dramatic rise in bomb threats. According to the United States Bomb Data Center’s 2016-2017 Explosive Incidents Report, there were a total of 15,943 recorded bomb-related incidents. Now, numerous…

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A case of a missing person escalated in 2013 when local authorities realized that the 11-year-old, Anthony Kuznia, had autism. Chief Mike Hedlund, along with the East Grand Forks Police Department, assisted the Polk County Sheriff Department with an…

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A group of bipartisan lawmakers are putting House Speaker Paul Ryan in the hot seat over immigration legislation. Republican and Democratic lawmakers alike are placing increasing pressure on Ryan to make a final commitment to bring open debates regarding…

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Activists Angry Over ADA

When news arrived that the House passed legislation for the American with Disabilities Education and Reform Act Thursday, Feb. 15, numerous bouts of anxiety came to Democratic leaders and disability activists across the nation. Ultimately, the decision of the…

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According to the National Health Council, chronic diseases affect approximately 133 million Americans, representing more than 40 percent of the total population. When diagnosed, many are left feeling discouraged. However, the HeartSprings Center in Fargo, North Dakota is helping…

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The Nuclear Question

Sen. Heidi Heitkamp has officially announced her statement in regard to the 2018 Nuclear Posture Review. As of Feb. 2, 2018, Sen. Heitkamp has released her official statement regarding the Nuclear Posture Review for 2018. The review examines current…

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North Dakota State graduate students are facing their fear as they participate in what is known as the annual Three Minute Thesis competition. The competition is hosted by the College of Graduate and Interdisciplinary Studies. The students’ primary objective…

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Prevention is the Best Medicine

Two more flu deaths have recently been reported in North Dakota. According to the North Dakota Department of Health’s weekly flu update, these deaths have brought the total up to 10 in 2018. North Dakota hospitals are responding to…

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North Dakota State students are training for the real world in high-tech labs. A large room in Sudro Hall now serves as a skills lab where future nurses are able to perfect their technique. The lab looks like a…