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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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Wet weather holds back lake region farmers

Farmers in the Lake Region are once again standing on the sidelines waiting for wet weather to subside before getting out into the fields.

WDAZ, 05/12/2014

Native Spirit: Bdecan Presbyterian Church

In Native American cultures, it's important for family members to share a close bond. Some of those close-knit families are not as fortunate as others.

WDAZ, 05/09/2014

The North Dakota Oil Boom - Part 2

Business is booming in North Dakota - thanks to the lucrative Bakken oil fields. The state has the one of the nation's strongest economies, and thousands are flocking to the area, looking to join the prosperity.

WDAZ, 05/09/2014

The North Dakota Oil Boom - Part 1

The Bakken oil fields have changed life across North Dakota, and beyond. The state is enjoying an economic surge, with both people and businesses flocking to the region. But rapid growth can be a bumpy ride.

WDAZ, 05/08/2014

Rain marks delay for Devils Lake outlet opening

The last couple weeks have seen consistent rainfall in the region - water that is delaying efforts to lower water levels on Devils Lake. Still, lake levels aren't expected to get dangerously high this year, but more rain does mean more time until the Devils Lake outlets can start moving water off of the lake.

WDAZ, 05/05/2014

Devils Lake teacher honored

A Devils Lake teacher was surprised with a major honor today. Prairie View Elementary reading coach Dawn Johnson was named the Devils Lake teacher of the year.

WDAZ, 05/05/2014

Sen. Hoeven presses top Indian Affairs officials in Washington on child welfare issues on Spirit Lake Reservation

One week after an infant was found dead on the Spirit Lake Reservation, North Dakota Senator John Hoeven is pressing for answers about what the federal government is doing to solve the case, and keep children safe.

WDAZ, 05/02/2014

Rep. Kevin Cramer joins 2 ND Senators to fight to try to keep kids safe on Indian Reservations

Congressman Kevin Cramer is joining North Dakota's two senators in offering legislation to help protect children on Indian Reservations. Congressman Cramer says he wants to make sure no children are placed in harms way on Indian Reservations.

WDAZ, 05/01/2014

Michigan residents fight a proposal to close two access points from Highway 2 into the town

Residents of Michigan, North Dakota are fighting to preserve access to their town.

WDAZ, 04/29/2014

Uncertainty surrounds the death of an infant on the Spirit Lake Nation

Uncertainty surrounds the death of a child approximately 8 months old, on the Spirit Lake Nation.

WDAZ, 04/28/2014

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