Civil rights activist and 'Avenger' join Dakota Access Pipeline protest

As protesters prepare for a clash with police along the construction route, they're getting some famous help.

The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a no fly zone in the Cannon Ball, N.D. area.

One in three women and one in six men worldwide experience some form of sexual violence, while less than 50 percent of victims report these crimes.

Morton County has finished its investigation into the proper licensing of private security guards used on a Dakota Access Pipeline construction site.

$6 million in emergency funding for law enforcement in relation to DAPL protest nearly used up

Actor Mark Ruffalo visits ND to support opposition to DAPL, says Leonardo DiCaprio will also be joining

Comfort dog named Smokey on duty at fire station

Minot parents, advocates discuss barriers to therapy for children on autism spectrum

Rev. Jesse Jackson, Al Gore support Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's opposition to Dakota Access Pipeline

Measure 4 opponents scrutinized for sending fliers picturing Veterans, saying to vote no

Celebrity chef Sara Moulton to cook in Minot

Ad-hoc committee moves recommendations on restructuring to Minot City Council

Comfort dog named Smokey on duty at fire station

Recent Gallup poll shows Americans' respect for law enforcement

Early voting popular choice in Burleigh County

North Dakota Navigator Project ready for open enrollment

Burke County Courthouse closed Thursday for building maintenance

North Washington Street expansion project completed

Dept. of Justice says Lake Oahe DAPL permit is on hold while addressing Standing Rock Sioux Tribe issues

Shooting suspect livestreams during manhunt

Army Corps of Engineers holding public meetings on flood protection

McKenzie Co. Commission holds special meeting to discuss removal of sheriff, lieutenant

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