Weekend Events in the Magic City

Posted: 10/02/2015 - Another weekend is upon us and with rain in the forecast it's a good time to get to the Hostfest if you haven't already.

How to Fight Like a Viking

Posted: 10/02/2015 - The Vikings are a popular piece of Scandinavian history and are housed in the Viking Village at Hostfest.

Hostfest Sweaters Show Scandinavian Heritage

Posted: 10/02/2015 - Hostfest hosts a lot of hype over Scandinavian sweaters. Some of the sweaters may cost you a pretty penny, but the volunteers who work at the shop say they're worth it.

SNO Outerwear at Hostfest

Posted: 10/02/2015 - It's difficult for clothing brands to create something that can withstand a North Dakota winter, but one Hostfest vendor is pretty sure her hand-knit items can withstand some serious chill.

Making Lefse the Hostfest Way

Updated: 10/01/2015 - Lefse is a staple of the Norsk Hostfest and has a history you may not know. It was originally used to help preserve potatoes that were leftover.

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Each year, more than 1.6 million Americans will be diagnosed with cancer. It's the second leading cause of death, right behind heart disease. The American Cancer Society's Cancer Action Network is working to change this.


Grandma's Smoking Could Impact Your Kids

Posted: 09/30/2015 - Scientists now believe the effects of smoking could skip a generation. So if a woman smokes during pregnancy, it could cause asthma in her grandkids.

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Primetime Tonight

Updated: 4:08 AM - Tonight on Sunday Night Football, the Dallas Cowboys take on the New Orleans Saints. Plus tomorrow the blind auditions continue on The Voice followed by an all-new Blindspot.

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Supercar Flies Off Maltese Track, Injuring 26

The limited-edition Porsche 918 Spyder was being demonstrated at a fundraiser that benefits Malta's Community Chest charity.

SCOTUS to Weigh Cash for Iran Terror Victims

The Supreme Court agreed Thursday to weigh whether Congress exceeded its powers in letting terrorism victims seize nearly $2 billion from Iran's bank.

New Search for Ship Lost Off Bahamas in Hurricane Joaquin

The El Faro departed from Jacksonville on Sept. 29, when Joaquin was still a tropical storm, with 28 crew members from the United States and five from Poland.

Oregon Shooter Showed No Sympathy in Killings: Witnesses

The gunman had already shot several students at close range when he stood inches from Lacey Scroggins and demanded she stand up.

Medical Charity Exits Afghan City After Deadly Airstrike

International medical charity Doctors Without Borders said it had left the northern city of Kunduz after an apparent U.S. airstrike killed 19 people.

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