NWS monitoring river levels, not anticipating 2011 repeat

The National Weather Service in Bismarck is monitoring the Missouri River around the clock.



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Burlington Northern Santa Fe says they aren't concerned with the rising water levels.


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Sand on standby for flood preparations


City of Leith faces possible dissolution


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Poll favors Republicans in four statewide races


Sabre Dogs giving back to their fans in the Magic City


Current Missouri River water levels


Boil order lifted for city of Lincoln, water safe to drink


Pickled beet and red quinoa salad


Floating docks pulled from Missouri River


Three car crash leaves one dead near St. Anthony



Poll favors Republicans in four statewide races


SCOTUS ruling against online retailers could bring tens of millions to ND retailers


Student: Cruz said 'get out of here' before school shooting


1 killed, 3 others hurt in shooting at California strip mall


Ex-New England Mafia boss 'Cadillac Frank' guilty in slaying


Delta bans pit bulls as service dogs, sparks backlash


US officials say girl on Time cover isn't separated from mom


House approves bill to expand treatment for opioid abuse


Man charged in deaths of 2 Kansas deputies


First ever auditorium being constructed at Bismarck High School


Immigrants await word on when they be reunited with children


UN chief to meet with US secretary of state


Michigan State approves $500 million bond for settlement


OPEC countries to pump more oil to contain price increase


After US, Israel also backs away from UN human rights body


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