Not guilty pleas in Minot trailer court shooting

A Minot man pleaded not guilty Monday to 18 felony counts over two case files, including attempted murder, stemming from a January shooting at a Minot trailer court.

It came and went in a flash, but millions of people around the country saw the rare eclipse. The Gateway to Science Center decided to get in on the action.

Like for many, for Chris Heth, the solar eclipse is one of those special moments in life you don't want to miss.

Minot Police are asking for help finding a missing teen.

Monsignor travels to Casper, Wyo., to view totality of eclipse

Impact of total solar eclipse on solar grids

Some schools using baseline testing to diagnose concussions

Dakota Zoo animals' reaction to total eclipse

Hunger Free ND Garden Project provides fresh produce for food banks

6 ways to save time and money on meal plans

69-year-old man killed in semi-truck accident in Williams County

Police investigate murder-suicide in Jamestown

Paramedics often give overdose victims multiple doses of Narcan

Bismarck residents take to the sky

Fatal accident near Williston

Motorcyclist killed near Lake Metigoshe

Girl Scout's ropes course opens to public next month

Dan's Garden: Ornamental grasses

CoSchedule wins award for outstanding community service

Ducks Unlimited hosts youth duck hunting lessons

Bismarck Cancer Center's Drive to Survive event surprises special patient

Tigirlily, from Hazen to Nashville

'Home Movies Hit the Road'

Street opening in downtown Minot

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Woman Killed After Car Veers Into Crowd Watching Solar Eclipse

The cause of the crash in Hyden, Kentucky, is under investigation, authorities said.

1 Dead, 25 Injured After Quake Strikes Italian Tourist Island

Ten people were also missing after an earthquake rocked Ischia, just west of Naples.

Police Fatally Shoot Man Suspected in Barcelona Attack

Catalan police said Monday that they have fatally shot the man suspected of killing 13 people in a van attack on Barcelona's La Rambla.

'Wow': Plane Full of Scientists Got Earth's First Glimpse of Eclipse

A dawn flight over the ocean took scientists and journalists for an up-close look at the total solar eclipse. They were the first people on the planet to see it with their own eyes.

Total Eclipse Crosses America, and It Didn't Disappoint

With the eclipse carving a "path of totality" from Salem, Oregon to Charleston, South Carolina, millions turned their eyes to the sky on Monday.