Actor Mark Ruffalo visits ND to support opposition to DAPL, says Leonardo DiCaprio will also be joining

Ruffalo is co-founder of The Solutions Project, which promotes clean and renewable energy.

It's said that 1-in-68 children are somewhere on the autism spectrum.

The Rev. Jesse Jackson says he is going to North Dakota to join the protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Measure 4 opponents in North Dakota are facing fresh scrutiny after sending mailers with the images of veterans, telling people they should vote no.

Celebrity chef Sara Moulton to cook in Minot

Ad-hoc committee moves recommendations on restructuring to Minot City Council

Parents return from deployment to surprise kids

Recent Gallup poll shows Americans' respect for law enforcement

Early voting popular choice in Burleigh County

North Dakota Navigator Project ready for open enrollment

Burke County Courthouse closed Thursday for building maintenance

North Washington Street expansion project completed

Family honors son's death by giving back

Dept. of Justice says Lake Oahe DAPL permit is on hold while addressing Standing Rock Sioux Tribe issues

Shooting suspect livestreams during manhunt

Army Corps of Engineers holding public meetings on flood protection

McKenzie Co. Commission holds special meeting to discuss removal of sheriff, lieutenant

Study finds legalized marijuana does not affect crime or economics

Courthouses process 71 DAPL related cases with aide of technology

Minot Finance Director Cindy Hemphill to step down in February

Raise It for Health ND files complaint, claiming Measure 4 opponents are violating election law

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