N.D. DOT driver's license offices closed for most of the week

The state Department of Transportation says driver's license offices across the state will be closed much of this week for employee annual training.


The City of Bismarck has received another accolade.


The Bismarck Police Department says they have arrested a man suspected of using a credit card skimmer to obtain credit card information.



The trial has begun for the man accused of killing a woman in Bismarck in April.


'Full STEAM Ahead' Program Offers More than just art classes


Minot Main Street Minute: Bone's BBQ opens brick-and-mortar restaurant


Delicious dreams: Chef cooks up a brighter future


Packed NICU at St. Alexius in Bismarck to benefit from fundraiser


Guilty pleas in Minot drug bust


3 easy DIY STEM projects for kids


3-car crash at 20th & Broadway in Minot


Wisconsin man arrested for possession of nearly 50 lbs. of marijuana near Casselton


Fifth grader gives up recess to start lunch recycling program


100,000 square-foot ag/retail center pops up in New Town


North Dakotans give reactions on NFL National Anthem protests


It's fall clean-up week in Bismarck


Stop the Bleed class comes to Bismarck


Great Plains Food Bank receives diaper donation


N.D. agencies awarded nearly $1 million to help support sexual assault survivors


Police investigate sexual assault report that prompted BPS to send 'stranger danger' text


N.D. Dairy Princess spreads milk message


North Dakota election systems targeted but not breached


Power outage impacts south Minot


N.D. pheasant season opens Oct. 7


Young deer could be a hazard to motorists


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