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The North Fork River was flowing well beyond its banks on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 21, 2018, covering a long stretch of County Road 2650 N... [Read More]
Construction continues at the new St. Mary's Central High School campus in north Bismarck. [Read More]
Just yesterday morning Bismarck PD and Metro Ambulance had to give multiple doses of Narcan to save a man's life. Around 2 p.m. on Tuesday... [Read More]
North Dakota girls state hockey has been dominated by Bismarck over the last five years.The Blizzard have won four titles during that span, the one... [Read More]
The U.S. Commercial Service says that excluding oil, North Dakota exported more than $2 billion worth of products last year, which is a 5.6 percent... [Read More]
The chairwoman of North Dakota's Democratic party is running for state tax commissioner.... [Read More]
Agweek The Area 4 Research Farm, North Dakota State University, Bismarck State College and the U.S. Department of Agriculture will hold the fourth annual Farming... [Read More]
Supporters of providing specialized vehicle license plates at no charge for volunteer firefighters and other emergency responders can begin circulating petitions to try to bring... [Read More]
Britta Curl has been one of the best hockey players in North Dakota for the past five years.She finished in the top five in the... [Read More]
ST. LOUIS, Mo. – Schools across the St. Louis area are closed or have a late start this morning due to icy road conditions. Here's a... [Read More]
North Dakota's largest business organization has a new president and chief executive. The North Dakota Chamber of Commerce announced Tuesday that Arik Spencer will take... [Read More]
Tobacco use remains a serious problem at home and around the country. Jordyn Schaefbauer from Bismarck-Burleigh Public Health is here to talk more about that. [Read More]
An herbal supplement known as kratom is becoming popular in some North Dakota communities despite concerns from the Federal Drug Administration. The Bismarck Tribune reports... [Read More]
The Greater North Dakota Chamber named Arik Spencer as its new president and CEO Tuesday, Feb. 20.Spencer, the executive vice president of the North Dakota... [Read More]
An online presence threatened to release a Bismarck woman's naked photographs when she denied sending them money. [Read More]
A citizen-led effort to rework North Dakota's oil tax structure has fizzled. Former Democratic Rep. Ed Gruchalla of Fargo says the idea to reverse legislation... [Read More]
90% of the land in North Dakota is used for agriculture. 24% of our population is employed in the ag industry. We found some surprising... [Read More]
Gavin LeNoue's dominant weekend came down to the 145-pound state championship match against the defending champ, Bismarck's Devin Steidler. LeNoue turned in a solid match,... [Read More]
Style points do not matter in the postseason. The only thing that mattered to Paxton-Buckley-Loda's boys basketball team in Monday's IHSA Class 2A Hoopeston Area... [Read More]
LaWayne J. "Wayne" Buelow, 62, Bismarck, died Feb. 19, 2018, at CHI St. Alexius Health, Bismarck. Mass of Christian burial will be held at 12:30... [Read More]