DETROIT LAKES, Minn. – Drivers in the Detroit Lakes area can expect a brief reprieve this weekend from some of the area's recent construction-induced traffic delays along Highway 10, but Minnesota state transportation officials say enjoy it while you can.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – After a long period of record increases, the number of people passing through the airport here has dipped, indicating that the pace of the region's economic growth may be moderating.RELATED CONTENT
Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport has recorded a decline in boarding tickets, which could affect revenue and services if it continues, officials said.RELATED CONTENT
PARK RAPIDS-The City of Park Rapids was recognized with two awards recently by state organizations for work associated with the municipal airport.
WILLMAR — Bright yellow stands are being set up today at 21 sites near public buildings and businesses.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – The North Dakota Public Service Commission has approved two separate pipeline projects from Meadowlark Midstream after the company involved in a large saltwater spill offered assurances about improvements to leak detection.
The oil industry is challenging new federal oil train safety rules.
GRAND FORKS-The Amtrak station in Grand Forks will lose its staffing and baggage checking services, effective June 1.
BISMARCK—The number of airplane travelers appears to have leveled off for North Dakota from last year, though most airports saw some decrease.
MOORHEAD—City leaders from Fargo and Moorhead are set to vote this month on an agreement to run a shuttle bus between the two cities' downtowns.
HEIMDAL, N.D. – Wheel fragments found at the scene of a fiery oil train derailment here are “of great interest” to federal officials investigating the cause of the wreck, the lead investigator said Thursday as BNSF Railways prepared to reopen the track Friday.RELATED CONTENT
TIOGA, N.D. -- Hess Corp., the company that owns the railcars that caught fire in Wednesday’s derailment near Heimdal, N.D., said the oil on the train met North Dakota’s new oil conditioning rules.
HEIMDAL, N.D. – Curt Benson was in the middle of his morning shave when an explosion sent vibrations through his house on Main Street here Wednesday.RELATED CONTENT
ST. PAUL—A North Dakota oil train derailment reinforces the fact that Minnesota legislators have a week and a half left in their 2015 session but have not settled on what they would do to improve rail safety.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO—Local fire chiefs say their crews are better-prepared for a fiery train derailment since the 2013 accident near Casselton, N.D.,—but also said oil train fires are too intense to fight.RELATED CONTENT