Effects On Nov. 10, two men plead guilty to killing Karla Yellowbird. Yellowbird was shot during a robbery, and the men are now awaiting sentencing on all three charges, including second-degree murder. Yellowbird’s family is not alone in their…

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Political Notes

Sierra Heitkamp Sierra Heitkamp is running for the North Dakota District 21 Senate seat. Heitkamp is a North Dakota State student who is studying economics, politics and agriculture. Heitkamp is a chairwoman for the NDSU and National College Republicans….

Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden joined other democrats at the kickoff event for the “Bring it Home, Heidi!” rally that took place Nov. 1 at the Fargo Air Museum. The North Dakota Democratic candidates in attendance included Warren Larson, Dem-NPL…

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Caravan to Nowhere

When talking about immigration, Colby Warzecha, vice president of College Democrats at North Dakota State, said Americans have turned on what used to be a celebrated heritage of immigrants looking for a better life. Warzecha cited the coming of…

In a memo obtained by the New York Times, the Trump administration is considering changing the definition of gender and sex to center on a person’s biological sex at birth under Title IX, the federal civil rights law that…

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USDA Relocating Office

Some North Dakotans are looking to invite the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to relocate their research offices to Fargo. This would bring about hundreds of jobs for the state. The USDA said they would like to have…

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The fight over Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation is over, and he will be the next Supreme Court Justice on the bench. The process has been closely watched and hotly contested due to Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations of sexual assault dating…

Sen. Heidi Heitkamp told WDAY on Tuesday she will not vote to appoint Brett Kavanaugh amid sexual assault allegations. The announcement is coming at a time when her midterm poll numbers are looking less than favorable, falling behind Kevin…

Many might know Rick Steves from his popular travel show on public television, but on Friday, Oct. 5 Steves will be in Fargo for a different reason: to talk about the legalization of marijuana. Steves will be at North Dakota…

Members of the North Dakota State engineering staff attended an annual conference put on by the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) and the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) in Baltimore, Maryland. One of the projects presented…