USDA's upcoming rules could impact school lunches

Fri Nov 08 19:15:11 PST 2019

USDA's upcoming rules could impact school lunches

The USDA is considering the removal of automatic qualifications for food stamp benefits in order to improve the verification process.

Handmade with love

Students in Jessica Frohlich's fourth grade class at Northridge Elementary are making some handmade gifts that they hope will make this holiday season a little happier for others.

Bison regular season finale

The Bison head to Southern Illinois to close out the regular season. LT landed in St. Louis earlier today. Here he is with a preview of tomorrows game from a historic monument.

BSC viewing party

The Bismarck State College women's volleyball team has been having a Cinderella run at the national tournament in West Virginia. And for the second day in a row, the college is making a video feed available on campus.

71 wind turbines will soon be built in Williams County

Just east of the Lindahl wind farm near Tioga, construction on the Aurora Project is underway.

Second farm payments

The U.S. Senate avoided a shutdown this week, funding the government for another month. The budget fully funds the remainder of the Market Facilitation Program, which directly assists North Dakota farmers.

11-year-old Mercier girl selling homemade lefse to purchase a horse

Jana Carlson is only 11 years old and has been selling lefse for a little over a year.

 

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Navy veteran found in his apartment had been dead for 3 years

The rental community where Ronald Wayne White lived said his body was discovered by maintenance personnel responding to a service issue at his apartment.

Watch this boy’s powerful reaction to seeing color for the first time

12-year-old Jonathan Jones is colorblind and has never been able to imagine how vivid the world must be. That changed when his school principal, who is also colorblind, let him try on his special glasses.

Daughter of abuse victim disguises call to 911 as a pizza order, alerting cops to domestic violence

A woman called 911 for help as she saw her mother being beaten and pretended to order a pizza, a discrete plot to alert emergency services that something was wrong. The quick-thinking operator caught on after a few questions and managed to get the information needed to send police -- where a man was arrested on a domestic violence charge.

Boston College student returns to U.S. to face charges in boyfriend’s suicide

Inyoung You pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter in the suicide death of her boyfriend, Alexander Urtula. Prosecutors allege she was physically, verbally and psychologically abusive to him and repeatedly told him to kill himself but messages obtained by The Boston Globe suggest she tried to stop him.

Woman who called 911 for pizza was really reporting domestic violence

"This is the wrong number to order a pizza," the dispatcher said, then added shortly after, "I’m getting you now, OK. ... The guy still there?"