49ers' Colin Kaepernick says sitting during national anthem is 'way to stand up against racial injustice'

As a professional athlete, Colin Kaepernick has made millions by running and throwing a football.


Today, people across the country are celebrating Women’s Equality Day. It coincides with the anniversary of the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote. It also comes just 74 days before Americans head to the polls. Washington Correspondent Kellie Meyer reports how women’s issues are shaping in this presidential campaign.


The Mandan Police Department is asking for help in finding a missing teenager from Mandan.



No one wants their child to be behind in their development.


After year anniversary of the Iran Nuclear Deal, experts divided on the results


Bismarck Police suspect 1 woman of filling fraudulent prescriptions at 4 pharmacies


Company releases mosquitoes to reduce mosquito population


Yoga classes giving back


Alexander finishes school renovations just in time for new year


Williston Police asking for help locating missing person


Bismarck's Main Street Minute: Grand Junction Subs


DSU leasing Strom Center to preschool


Veterans help hard-hit families with flood cleanup


Proponents of Dakota Access Pipeline emphasize safety, economy


Protesters opposing Dakota Access Pipeline construction gather outside law firm representing Dakota Access, LLC


Minot Main Street Minute: Jerry's Repair & Alignment, Little River Preschool


Airmen return after 6 month deployment


Trial begins in felony animal cruelty case in Minot


Salem Sue vandalized


Downtown Project continues progress around Central Campus


Minot Street Art Movement adding mural downtown


Guilty plea in child sexual assault case


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