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Adam Ladwig

Adam comes to WDAZ after spending a year and a half reporting for KDUH-TV in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. He now reports from WDAZ's Devils Lake bureau.

The Denver, Colorado native is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder with a degree in journalism.

Adam enjoys the outdoors and is excited to hear North Dakota has some of the best goose hunting in the country.

Adam is thrilled to be in North Dakota and telling the stories that matter to people in the Lake Region.

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Classes cancelled at one Devils Lake school after a water line broke overnight

Students at one Devils Lake school got an unexpected day off Thursday, after a water line broke overnight. Workers had to cut off water to the school and several businesses for most of the day in order to make repairs.

WDAZ, 03/06/2014

Devils Lake Kids day care makes changes to help strengthen child care

The city of Devils Lake is working with the new management of a struggling childcare center to help turn it around. Many says it's next to impossible to find childcare in the community, which makes existing day care centers all the more important to the community.

WDAZ, 03/05/2014

Passenger rail service restored in Devils Lake

Amtrak says passenger rail service has been restored in Devils Lake, after heavy freight traffic on the rails forced passenger trains to detour away from the city. But just because service is back, doesn't mean everyone who used to rely on the service are ready to trust the rails again.

WDAZ, 03/04/2014

Four sports team potentially getting cut at Devils Lake High School

The Devils Lake school board is about to decide the fate of four sports programs potentially on the chopping block. School administrators say dwindling participation is making the school district re-examine what sports can be supported.

WDAZ, 03/03/2014

100-year-old business closes its doors in York, ND

It's a shop that has been in business for 100 years in the small town of York, North Dakota. The Moller family ran a blacksmith and machine shop in town for four generations but Wednesday, the doors closed for the last time.

WDAZ, 02/26/2014

Two Devils Lake men honored for saving the life of a friend

Two men in Devils Lake are being hailed as heroes Monday evening for saving the life of a friend after he suffered a heart attack in December.

WDAZ, 02/24/2014

Native Spirit: Improving education at Cankdeska Cikana Community College

There's a push at Spirit Lake to improve education, help tribal members find well-paying jobs, and bring more businesses to the reservation.

WDAZ, 02/14/2014

Propane shortage causes one death in North Dakota

The propane shortage has apparently caused one death in North Dakota. Debbie Dogskin, a 50-year-old woman on the Standing Rock reservation was found dead Tuesday in a home with an empty propane tank. Friends say she froze to death

WDAZ, 02/05/2014

Devils Lake in talks with American Energy Holdings to build oil refinery

Talks are progressing slowly between the city of Devils Lake and an oil company looking to build an oil refinery in the city.

WDAZ, 02/04/2014

Amtrak service bypassing Devils Lake, local leaders are not happy

Local leaders in Devils Lake say they're not happy that Amtrak service has been bypassing the city.

WDAZ, 02/03/2014

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