Search for answers in New Jersey train crash

Investigators are searching for answers into what caused the deadly Hoboken train crash.

The Magic Cash Mobbers were at it again Sept. 29, mobbing another Minot business.

Despite the slowdown, the Bakken is still expected to grow over the next 15 years.

There are more students at Dickinson State University this semester.

2016 Hostfest Chester Award recipients

Mandan man leads Dickinson Police on extensive foot chase

Designer creates wedding dress to honor breast cancer survivors

Law enforcement, protesters speak out regarding protest actions

Refugees share personal stories with members of Congress

Williston Police asking for help finding missing man

Sidney, Mont., Area Chamber of Commerce hires new executive director

Mayville, N.D. man accepts challenge from European golfers, sinks putt at Ryder Cup

105-year-old woman still loves to dance

Morton County addresses crop sprayer near DAPL protesters

North Dakota native Clint Hill talks 'Five Presidents' at Norsk Hostfest

Bismarck Main Street Minute: Jenz Trendz

Medical Minute: Nu Calm System

Minot man charged with child sex crime enters not guilty plea

Bismarck families tell stories of loss, hope battling childhood cancer

New Rockford man charged in wedding dance shooting pleads guilty to murder

OPEC expected to curb production which could help bring jobs back to the Bakken

Ross opening at Hay Creek Shops in Bismarck October 8

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