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David Schwab

Dave is a Crookston native who started his reporting career over a decade ago. A graduate of Saint Cloud State University, Dave started his news career in Bismarck, ND, and first joined WDAZ News in 1996.

He was an instrumental part of WDAZ's award-winning 1997 flood coverage. After leaving to work in Denver for several years, Dave is back at WDAZ and proud to once again be a member of the Home Team.

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Amtrak's President visits Grand Forks

Amtrak's President says local officials need to start talking about passenger rail traffic. At a meeting Thursday with Grand Forks officials Amtrak's President Joe Boardman asked for help to convince their representatives to increase funding for operating and capitol improvement projects.


City Administrator: "several factors" involved in decision to place EDHA Director on leave

The East Grand Forks City Administrator says there are several factors that warranted putting Economic Development Housing Authority Director Jim Richter on leave, including Richter signing an unpaid 510,000 dollar loan between Boardwalk Enterprises and the city of East Grand Forks.

GR8 Outdoors: Grape Vine Design

Even with our cool spring people are making time to get out to prep their yards and gardens for summer. Many like accentuate their area by adding outdoor art.

Wet weather has raised river levels above flood stage in Grand Forks

Our cool, wet weather has raised river levels above flood stage in Grand Forks. Tuesday the Red River was at just over 28 feet, which is considered flood stage. The nation weather service says the river is slowly dropping.

Contractors looking to fill jobs for construction season

As construction season ramps up, contractors are searching for workers to fill jobs.

Polk County Humane Society reopens but still struggles with the lack of funding

The Polk County Humane Society has reopened it's doors. But there is still a lack of funding. Donations and volunteers to help run the facility are in short supply.

State legislators visit Grand Forks Air Base to learn about impact UAS are having on the state

North Dakota is leading the nation in Unmanned Aerial Systems. It's a hot topic among lawmakers and the subject took center stage at an important gathering Wednesday.

Red River Valley Flood of 1997 - Where We Are Now: Part 2

Except for markers and memorials around town it's hard to tell that 17 years ago this week, Greater Grand Forks was experiencing it's worst flood in it's history.

GR8 Outdoors: Learning to identify wildlife

As the weather warms up and people get out and explore the outdoors, many people pick up a field guide to identify plants, birds, and animals.

Local businesses react to the hike in minimum wage

This week, Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton signed into law the first minimum wage increase in more than a decade. 300,000 minimum wage workers will get a series of raises beginning in August when the new law takes affect.

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EGF Family & Friends Remember Marine

The family of a Marine from East Grand Forks is mourning the loss of their son and brother.