The InForum 5: A jam-packed day of news, here are the top five stories of the day to get you caught up
Here are the top five stories of the day for Wednesday, March 22, 2017:
5.) Body discovered next to railroad bridge in downtown Grand Forks partially enclosed in ice
Police say a person was found dead and partially encased in ice Wednesday afternoon at the base of the railroad bridge over the Red River.
Grand Forks Police Lt. Bill Macki said a passerby spotted the body inside the wooden structure at the base of a pier next to a Greenway walking path. Officers were dispatched to the scene at 3:17 p.m. and had the area taped off by 3:40 p.m.
4.) Van Dellen ready to show he can factor into future Bison quarterback plans
The spring football quarterback depth chart at North Dakota State was over before it started. Easton Stick is the returning starter, senior Cole Davis is the veteran backup and redshirt freshman Henry Van Dellen is the third stringer.
Stick is 20-2 as a starter, although NDSU would like to see his passing game improve. Davis will enter his fifth year in the program and the Bison coaches know they have a solid No. 2 guy. Sophomore James Hendricks, a quarterback his first two years at NDSU, moved to strong safety.
3.) Former WDAY-TV anchors travel Europe and narrowly avoid London attacks
A terrorist attack in London has killed four people and injured 20 others.
Two former WDAY-TV employees, Aaron White and Lane Zyvoloski, along with their friend Tim Kuhn of West Fargo, are on vacation in Europe and missed that attack by just hours.
2.) Five dead, around 40 injured in UK parliament 'terrorist' attack
Five people were killed and about 40 injured in London on Wednesday after a car plowed into pedestrians and a suspected Islamist-inspired attacker stabbed a policeman close to Britain's parliament.
The dead, in what police called a "marauding terrorist attack," included the assailant and the policeman he stabbed. The other three victims were among those hit by the car as it sped across Westminster Bridge before crashing into railings just outside parliament.
1.) Fire destroys ND church white supremacist Craig Cobb was buying, no cause known
A fire destroyed the former Zion Lutheran Church here Wednesday afternoon, March 22.
White supremacist Craig Cobb was listed on a recent deed as an owner of the building at 295 3rd Ave. in Nome, which is about 70 miles southwest of Fargo. Nome residents told The Forum earlier this week it didn’t appear as if Cobb had moved in yet.