Protest actions against the Dakota Access Pipeline continue Sunday

Police say Highway 1806 south of Mandan is once again closed Sunday morning due to protesters on the road.

Paul Miller, accused of killing another man in Enderlin last February, is set to stand trial in March.

A 93-year-old Dickinson man died in a 2-car crash north of Beulah Saturday afternoon.

The parent company of Dakota Access, Energy Transfer Partners, tells the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission that construction is nearly finished.

CHI St. Alexius Health Minot holds breast cancer awareness event

Vendor Show at the Mandan Eagles Club benefits Hope Manor

Best birthday ever: Young boy gets unique surprise

The National Historic Preservation Act turns 50

Baby Expo helps families expecting and new parents with care

Police release more information regarding Saturday's DAPL protest

Red Warrior Camp protesters compare Morton Co. actions to Wounded Knee

Highway 1806 closed due to protest action against the Dakota Access Pipeline

Pharmacy celebrates 160 years in business

Bismarck Fire responds to early morning fire

Burlington Haunted House makes a comeback

A beet harvest to remember

Williston jury finds Omar Toure guilty on 5 counts in kidnapping incident

Bid approved to finish exteriors of Minot parking structures

Minot City Council formally approves Thomas Barry as new City Manager

Salvation Army offers thrifty costume ideas and ways to donate

New Escape Room in Minot

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