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New Seat Belt Policy on School Buses

Brian Rogers reporting

Twenty-five million kids ride the big yellow bus to school every day. Most of these school buses don't have seat belts for their riders. But a new policy recommendation could change that in the near future.

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Etiquette Taught at UND

Kari Strandberg reporting

For many families, table manners and nightly dinners have been pushed aside in recent years. I had the opportunity to meet one woman who believes it's important to preserve these lost traditions.

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Karen Schwandt Serves up Kuchen

Brady Kappes reporting

Family cooking and traditions go hand in hand. A local business takes a sweet approach to traditional cake and serves it up the German way.

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Center for Innovation Helps Dreams get Started

Morgan Goulding anchoring

A study by Enterprise Nation shows the number of people under 35 starting a business has risen more than 70 percent since 2006. At the University of North Dakota, the Center for Innovation helps these ventures get started. Business specialist Emily O'Brien is with us today to talk about her experience as a young entrepreneur.

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Safety while Snow Shoveling

Michael Rauser

That first blanket of snow can be beautiful, but it can also be a pain. Terry Wynne, Associate Director for Safety at UND says shoveling isn’t just an inconvenience, it can lead to a number of injuries.

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E-news stories

It is not always easy to be a student athlete. Not only do you have to take care of your homework but also make sure that your performance on the field doesn’t slack. The biggest problem: current employers are looking for employees who have a lot of experience, and there is no way student athletes can fit an internship in their busy schedule.

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Catch up on the latest news with Morgan Goulding, Kari Strandberg, and Emily Pogatshnik. This week features a new seat belt policy, kuchen making, and a young entrepreneur.

 

 

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