Car fire shuts down I-94 east bound near Hebron

Interstate 94 east bound shut down for about 40 minutes this evening near Hebron when a Chevy pickup caught fire.

Sunday, people gathered at the Heritage Center to hold a discussion about atomic power and nuclear destruction.

In the spirit of the season , Oct. 23 was the first annual Howl'oween parade at the Capitol Grounds.

Ghosts and ghouls galore gathered out at Fort Abraham Lincoln today for the Kids' Bash.

Protesters block road north of camps, according to police

Police say protester drones violated FAA rules at DAPL protest site

Special light bulbs become beacons for first responders

Protest actions against the Dakota Access Pipeline continue Sunday

Enderlin man facing life in prison in shooting

Dickinson man dies in fatal crash near Beulah

DAPL construction nearly finished in South Dakota

CHI St. Alexius Health Minot holds breast cancer awareness event

One small lab's big fight against heroin

Vendor Show at the Mandan Eagles Club benefits Hope Manor

The National Historic Preservation Act turns 50

Baby Expo helps families expecting and new parents with care

Police release more information regarding Saturday's DAPL protest

Red Warrior Camp protesters compare Morton Co. actions to Wounded Knee

Highway 1806 closed due to protest action against the Dakota Access Pipeline

Bismarck Fire responds to early morning fire

Burlington Haunted House makes a comeback

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