200 Bismarck-Mandan residents come together for spring cleaning

In North Dakota, littering fines rose from $100 to $500 to anyone who tosses trash along any publicly maintained road, including cigarette butts.


Over 60 athletes gathered for the 7th annual Dakota River Runners Race for Parkinson's disease Saturday.


A Surrey man will serve five years in prison for selling methamphetamine to a confidential informant in 2014.



Mandan city leaders are hoping to fill empty downtown commercial buildings to spur the economy.


Minot Police investigate death of 22-year-old


Main Street Minute: Noodle Zip, Rustic Petal


Honoring the sacrifices of military children


Workers Memorial Day


Main Street Minute: Noodle Zip, Rustic Petal


New Burleigh Morton Detention Center Tours begin May 15


New Burleigh Morton Detention Center Tours begin May 15


Workers Memorial Day


Get the kids moving with this living room workout


Most mule deer hunting restrictions to be lifted in N.D.


17-year-old charged in accidental shooting in Dickinson


Saving produce from spoiling with a low-tech solution


Minot man charged with DUI after rear ending school bus


State of the Air Annual report


Bismarck Infrastructure Task Force Committee favors diverting more sales tax to pay for roads


Fergie, Paramore to perform at 2017 North Dakota State Fair


Lawmakers pass final bill, finish legislative session


White House Chief of Staff grades POTUS: “He gets a solid A”


Medical Minute: Getting your 8 hours of sleep


U-Mary's first class of engineers show off their projects to Bobcat


Major changes headed to flood insurance for Minot


Starion Bank to hold Kindness Cash event for International Pay it Forward Day


N.D. lawmakers to study public employee health care


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