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The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is helping members make sure they have the ability to vote on Election Day. [Read More]
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Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., and Congressman Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., square off in Senate debate Thursday night. [Read More]
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Insurance Commissioner Jon Godfread says they're looking into a letter claiming the state's Medicare cost plans are going away. [Read More]
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Wednesday was Sauerkraut Day in Wishek. [Read More]
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UN Ambassador Nikki Haley announced her resignation Tuesday after 3 years in the position. Her resignation takes effect at the end of the year. [Read More]
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Four weeks from Tuesday, North Dakotans will be voting in the midterm elections. Your Election Leader will be talking with candidates from all races helping... [Read More]
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In a 6-2 vote, the Supreme Court has denied an application to vacate a stay regarding North Dakota's voter ID laws. [Read More]
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The war on coal, California, and new supreme court justice Brett Kavanaugh were all talking points for the state's congressional delegation and energy leaders at... [Read More]
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October 1 marked the start of Dickinson's recycling program. [Read More]
Guitars for Vets, a national nonprofit which came to Bismarck in August, is looking for more volunteers to expand the program. [Read More]
President Donald Trump announced another cut to the number of refugees allowed into the U.S. It will be 30,000 for 2019. [Read More]
After one year of the Every Student Succeeds Act, or ESSA, North Dakota's Department of Public Instruction is looking to expand it. [Read More]
North Dakota's house race has officially gained a third challenger. [Read More]
The North Dakota Insurance Department says new short-term, limited health insurance plans are coming to you. [Read More]
CHI St Alexius is opening two urgent care clinics in Bismarck, hoping to get non-life threatening conditions handled outside the emergency room. [Read More]
North Dakota is always seen as a small state, but every day, more than 250,000 people access the state's computer network. [Read More]
Sanford's new Children's Therapies building in North Bismarck is moving ahead of schedule and is expected to open in late October. [Read More]
The Public Service Commission is reviewing an administrative judge's suggestions on moving forward with the Davis Refinery, which would be built just three miles from... [Read More]
After allegations of sexual misconduct in the 1980s, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh faces new challenges in his confirmation. [Read More]
The state collected $5.15 billion in taxable sales during April, May and June. That's an increase of 9.46 percent over the same period last year. [Read More]
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