Commerce Department lays off workers

The state Commerce Department has laid off 13 workers as part of a reorganization.


After a four-day trial, a jury returned a guilty verdict in the Bradley Morales murder case.


Bismarck is taking a closer look at whether fees for utilities are evenly levied among customers.



In a year's time, BisMan Transit ridership numbers increased 25 percent.


EHM in North Dakota


Former Magician joins New York Yankees


Future outlook of the Bakken


Medical Minute: Sepsis


Former Wells County Sheriff Johnny Lawson sentenced


Jury finds Bradley Morales guilty of murder


UPDATE: Trump administration defends Keystone pipeline


No soldier left behind


Could changing date labels reduce food waste?


Grand Forks Police investigating death of 5-month-old


Jury finds Bradley Morales guilty of murder



Williston Police Department gifted 120 acres of land for training facility


Former Wells County Sheriff Johnny Lawson sentenced


Richland County Sheriff's Office seeks help locating missing 52-year-old Debra Susan Ballinger


Williston Middle School evacuated after empty gun holster was found


UTTC gets grant for storm water project


Medical Minute: Sepsis


Police say woman who killed her 3 kids, committed suicide in Grand Forks bought gun at pawn shop


Construction of new $1 million Morton County courtroom complete


UPDATE: Morton County Sheriff's Department says person who left suspicious package will not be charged


Officials: Harvey Weinstein to surrender in sexual misconduct probe


ND Secretary of State approves petition to change state voter law


First practice for Bismarck Mounted Police Unit


Facebook to label election-related 'issue ads' in US


Facebook won't pay compensation for Cambridge Analytica case


Morton County first responders train at Harmon Lake


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