Cause behind string of Atlantic hurricanes

One of the strongest hurricanes to ever hit Puerto Rico made landfall Wednesday, uprooting trees and peeling off roofs.

The City of Minot's prohibited animals committee met for the first time Wednesday.

Across North Dakota, 96 percent of firefighting forces are volunteer.

Construction of the new daycare is underway to accommodate the growing need for child care in Crosby.

UTTC hosts career fair

100 West Main senior living building to hold open house

Donate: Hurricane Relief

Walmart announces that they won't hire temporary employees for holidays

Burgum looking to help bolster towns through Main Street Initiative

7 money-saving moves that can backfire

Flasher man arrested for sexually assaulting two teenage boys

A Day in Prison Life: Helping battle addiction

High school seniors' class shirt stirs controversy

Hoeven supportive of new bill to undo Obama health law

N.D. PSC unanimously approves agreement with Dakota Access LLC

New tax on health care coverage

Berthold scammer identified

Diesel fuel leak impacts storm drain, dead loop of Souris River in Minot

UPDATE: Williston couple wanted for abduction arrested, child found safe

BSC Professor treating patients in Florida while managing classroom

NDSC opens new campus

Doctors: 'Get a flu shot early'

Minot gains access to $5 million for flood protection property buyouts

Oil industry fuels taxable sales in N.D.

App uses GPS to detect police 'traps' on your route

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