Community members want bridge to stay in the community

Members of the community spoke out about the fate of the BNSF bridge.

The Canadian Pacific holiday train spent time in Minot.

North Dakota lawmakers discuss their opinions on Net Neutrality.

North Dakotans have started receiving their property tax statements in the mail, and state leaders are already hearing some of their concerns.

Task force seeks funding for special assessments

Deputy U.S. Marshal found guilty of recording women in fitting rooms files appeal

Narcan in Minot Public Schools

Ward County Deputy says he was put unfairly on unpaid leave

Sanford offering new vascular technology

Apps to help save on holiday shopping

Extension Services meets with community

Entrepreneur says owning a business is worth it

Impact of legalizing pool tipping

Colorado man arrested for transporting 30 pounds of marijuana

Grand Junction to open Mandan location

NFL Commissioner Goodell to retire in 2024

Minot Police see uptick in burglaries at coin-operated machines

ND AG says loaded guns may be carried in vehicles under new law

UPDATE: States warming up net-neutrality lawsuits

Huff Hills ski season postponed due to lack of snow

Marco Rubio demands bigger child tax credit in bill

BSC Communication students and programs win top awards

House Speaker says he's not leaving Congress anytime soon

Minnesota Democrats aim to clear Smith's path for 2018 bid

Online drought aid map being deactivated at end of month

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Firefighter killed battling powerful California wildfire

The raging Thomas Fire claimed the life firefighter on Thursday after charring nearly 250,000 acres of California since early December.

Net neutrality supporters vow a reboot after FCC pulls plug

State attorneys general said they would sue to overturn the FCC's vote to roll back "net neutrality" as advocates said the decision threatens the open internet.

Tax bill kills health insurance mandate

The tax bill being considered in Congress kills the individual mandate - the unpopular Obamacare provision that required everyone to buy health insurance.

NYPD opens investigation over Russell Simmons accusations

New York City police have opened a preliminary investigation into sexual assault allegations against hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons, two sources familiar with the matter said on Thursday.

Prosecutor: Not enough evidence yet to charge officer who shot bride

County attorneys do not yet have enough evidence to file charges against a Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed an Australian bride-to-be in July, the prosecutor handling the case said on Wednesday.