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.
The former movie mogul is expected to be charged by the Manhattan district attorney and turn himself in Friday.
"We are willing to give the U.S. the time and opportunity with our big and open heart," a top Foreign Ministry official said.
The U.S.-North Korea summit medallion has become the butt of many jokes, but buyers could have the last laugh if it proves valuable.
MSNBC asked people across the country to share personal experiences with racism. Here are some of their stories.
A federal indictment says the intended victim goaded Tyler Barriss into sending armed police to the wrong Wichita address.