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Shots fired in Northwest Minot

The City of Minot is reporting shots fired in a trailer park in Northwest Minot.

When these three students aren't working hard in the classroom, they're working out ways to help other students learn about different political groups and how to vote.

The North Dakota Legislature will consider legislation that would prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation for the fourth time in eight years.

A 29-year-old Bismarck man was sent to the emergency room after being assaulted at an intersection.

Bismarck man out $1,200 in puppy scam

3 arrests made as protesters converge on Backwater Bridge

Young family makes decision to live life at sea

First Warn Local Weather 01/17/17

Human Trafficking: Where there's a will, how the community can help

Proposed bill would delay medicinal cannabis implementation in N.D.

Local schools honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Secretary of State requests funding for electronic poll books

DAPL bills would remove liability from unintentionally hitting people obstructing traffic, wearing masks

16-year-old takes first solo flight

Bismarck Main Street Minute: New location for Rivers Edge Plumbing and Heating, Shenanigans opens in Lincoln

27-year-old man who fired a rifle at a Beulah hotel will not serve any prison time

Ringling Bros. to close, has interesting connection to North Dakota

Rugby boy dealing with pancreatic transplant gets a Disney Line Cruise

Shenanigans hosts Mickey Mouse during family event

Bismarck Library helps make sure people know their rights

Competition tests people's ability to use firearms for defense

Minot police arrest felon for firearm possession after short chase

James Memorial Art Center puts student art on display

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