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North Dakotan Earns Medal of Honor in 1899

Charles Davis is a Medal of Honor recipient buried at the North Dakota Veterans' Cemetery.

The Burleigh County Sheriff's office was searching for two suspects last night after a vehicle pursuit.

Two people are dead after a pickup rollover near Wahpeton.

Around the world today people of all races and creeds were working together to honor our nation's fallen.

Pearl Harbor victim honored as part of Minot's 'Wreaths Across America'

Massive fight at Kirkwood Mall caught on video

Volunteers still needed in search for Olivia Lone Bear

Disney-Fox deal may create a new nerdy nirvana

Author compiles series of books on Minot's rich history

Save time and money with meal planning

State and tribal officials meet to discuss tax revenue sharing

Reward offered to find coin thieves

Updated tipline, web site in search for Olivia Lone Bear

Predicted funding gap of $400-700 million

Slumberland's 'Homes for the Holidays' mattress donations

New records set in oil and natural gas production

Gov. Burgum to offer 'state of the state' address in Minot next month

Fargo man convicted of threatening Senator Heitkamp

Don't Buy It, Until We Try It: Chefman's Egg Cooker

Campaign drives business in downtown Minot

Stark County Courthouse nearly complete

Williston garage fire

ND attorney general approves marijuana petition format

Minot apartment association offering reward in coin machine burglaries

Main Street Minute: La Enchilada and Prairie Patriot Firearms Training

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Thousands protest as far-right party joins Austrian government

Protests held as the Freedom Party's (FPO) ministers were sworn in on Monday drew only a fraction of the tens of thousands who gathered in 2000.

Three kids, mom killed in Brooklyn house fire

At least four people — three children and their mother s are dead after a fast-moving fire broke out in Brooklyn, officials say.

House Republicans prepare to wrap up Russia investigation

House Republicans look to wrap up their investigation of Russian attempts to meddle in the 2016 election as Democrats protest that there's more work to do.

Power outage brings world's busiest airport to standstill

Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta — the busiest in the world — lost power, leaving passengers stuck on planes and inside terminals.

In the Arizona desert, coal era burns out for Navajo

America's largest native reservation has relied on coal: for jobs and economic vitality. Now the coal era on the Navajo reservation appears near an end.