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A Minneapolis-based company focusing on bringing organic and non-GMO foods to market has broken ground for a new elevator in northwest North Dakota. Pipeline Foods... [Read More]
A Minot woman admits helping her husband kill his ex-wife. Cynthia Wilder changed her plea to "guilty" today in district court - saying she did... [Read More]
A North Dakota hunter bagged what could turn out to be one of the largest whitetails ever measured in the state. Jim Olson went to... [Read More]
City-owned land could still be available to bow hunters under changes being considered by a Minot panel. [Read More]
An area man has a new lease on life thanks to the selfless generosity of a friend - and strangers far away. Jim Olson has... [Read More]
The harvest of corn and sunflowers was slowed by very cold and snowy weather last week. The USDA reports 76% of corn has been harvested... [Read More]
Your local hospital is likely busy these days trying to make sure you'll have the fluids and drugs you'll need if you become a patient. [Read More]
Two men from Indiana are in a North Dakota jail after police say they were found with more than five pounds of marijuana onboard an... [Read More]
Only nine years after the Wright Brothers made their first public airplane flight, the squadron now knows as the 23rd Bomb Squadron was born -... [Read More]
It's football championship weekend in North Dakota. But that's not the only sporting event on the schedule. [Read More]
FCCNN  MINOT, N.D. -- The mayor of North Dakota's fourth largest city has announced he will not seek a second term in the June... [Read More]
Melissa Bliss, the director of Ward County Social Services, has won the President's Award from the North Dakota Conference of Social Workers for 2017. [Read More]
A new member of Minot's city council wants to move into the mayor's chair. One day after Mayor Chuck Barney said he would not seek... [Read More]
Minot Mayor Chuck Barney says he's not going to run for re-election. [Read More]
20 people will be looking for work in January when the Minot location of Food Services of America is taken off line. [Read More]
A school coop is putting a nearly-12-million dollar project in front of voters next week after a larger project failed to get enough support in... [Read More]
A Minot man is charged with terrorizing after, according to police, he brandished a handgun while driving away from a reported hit and run. [Read More]
The U-S Army Corps of Engineers is asking you to comment on a major portion of the Mouse River flood protection plan. [Read More]
Thousands of oil well sites that were drilled decades ago in North Dakota have left a legacy of trouble for farmers and ranchers. [Read More]
When floodwaters raced through Minot in 2011, they washed away many things - including thousands of books. [Read More]