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Mosquitoes are a nuisance for people, but they can also make your pets sick.


The North Dakota State Supreme Court has reached a split verdict in the appeals of a Somali national serving four consecutive life sentences for a quadruple homicide in Minot in 2011.



In the summer you see kids selling lemonade. But, it’s hard to sell lemonade without a stand.


Nickelodeon announces new ‘Rugrats’ episodes, movie


New details emerge in Minot pharmacy burglary


Friendly competition at Wee Links Golf Course


NDT Pet of the Week is Gator


Moose on the loose in Dickinson


Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training Grant Program complete


Secrets to the perfect swimsuit


Break-in reported at pharmacy in Minot


Four people arrested with more than $8,000 in counterfeit bills



Equipment failure causes oil, brine spill at well site near Maxbass


Minot Spraying for Mosquitoes


Williston Animal Control looking for homes for rescued feral cats


Court blocks measure asking voters to split California in 3


Inside Look at garden featured in 'Secret Garden Tour'


AP Sources: Charlotte poised to host 2020 GOP convention


US coal ash pollution rules eased


IOC adds 7 medal events to 2022 Beijing Winter Games program


Oil and Gas Expo offers insight for workers


Fisherman assist in plane crash rescue efforts


You can get cited or fined for jumping off a bridge


6 states and NYC sue US over immigration-related policy


Frustrated lawmakers threaten action on Trump administration's tariffs


Installing Blue Lights in Bismarck


Minot Public School board unilaterally issues teacher contracts


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