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Hospitals across the country are feeling the effects of an IV bag shortage. Hurricane Maria disabled a major factory in Puerto Rico and an early... [Read More]
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Nine months after being signed into law, the state health council approved the rules for medical marijuana putting the North Dakota closer to getting it... [Read More]
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Schools are joining the fight against the opioid crisis in North Dakota by learning how to use Narcan. [Read More]
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Floods in Bismarck 2009 and 2011 forced county and state leaders to look at ways to protect vulnerable places. Seven years later, many Fox Island... [Read More]
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The 'Geese in Flight' sculpture on the Enchanted Highway is in danger of being taken down. [Read More]
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Many children could lose their health coverage through the CHIP program if Congress does not act. [Read More]
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North Dakota is not expected to impacted by the repeal of marijuana enforcement rules. [Read More]
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More than 24,000 foreign born people live and work in North Dakota. Some lawmakers say those foreign workers fill the gaps in a job rich,... [Read More]
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Students in the Center-Stanton schools got an unexpected day off due to a pipe leak. [Read More]
The number of children in early intervention programs in North Dakota has increased more than 50 percent in five years. Funding those programs is becoming... [Read More]
Mandan High School will be the fourth school in the area to join the North Dakota State High School Clay Target League, along with Bismarck,... [Read More]
Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., says that tax bill is a big win for small businesses and farmers and ranchers in the state. [Read More]
Free Through Recovery will give behavioral health services to at-risk individuals that didn't have access before starting Feb 1. [Read More]
Bismarck-Burleigh Public Health is starting an education campaign to increase the amount of kids getting the HPV vaccination at a younger age. [Read More]
The year of 2017 started out promising for North Dakota according to Oliver County extension agent Rick Schmidt. [Read More]
It only took a few hours for the first Bismarck baby to arrive in 2018. [Read More]
Sergeant Kylan Klauzer is back with the Dickinson Police Department after completing a 12-week FBI Academy training course. [Read More]
Team spots are still available for the North Dakota Coyote Classic. [Read More]
Annette Krinke took pictures of some interesting ice formations on the river that runs through her farm 15 miles south of Scranton, N.D. [Read More]
The Dakota Zoo caters to the special needs of their animals during the cold winter months. [Read More]
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