Dickinson Police seek help locating missing girl

The Dickinson Police Department is asking for help in locating 13 year old Madalynn “Maddy” Johnson. Maddy was last seen on foot in north Dickinson last night.

Seven handlers and their dogs are training together in Bismarck. It's part of the second annual Midwestern K9 Training Seminar.

House Bill 1169, or "Constitutional Carry", allows any resident to carry a firearm without a permit. But law enforcement stressed the new law still has exceptions to where you can and can't carry.

Carson Wentz met with the media for the first time during Eagles Training Camp today. Many of the questions were directed at comparing his rookie camp to this year, and bringing the receiver to North Dakota to work out this summer.

Pair charged in Minot hotel brawl

Las Vegas man tied to Minot trafficking ring accused of violating probation

American Legion Riders honor Vietnam Navy veteran

Pro's Pointer 7-25-2017

Sunday "blue law" repeal effort moves forward

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Meal under $10: Tilapia & crab roulade

Increase in commercial burglaries in Ward County

Drought's impact on local lawn mowing services

87-year-old completes bike race for 30th time

Sex offender who worked as mall Easter bunny facing more accusations

Senate health care debate

Wisconsin company implanting microchips in employees

Special commissioner recommends McKenzie County Sheriff Schwartzenberger return to post

Solar Eclipse HQ

Inspired Woman Magazine: Brig. Gen. Gigi Wilz

Two women admit to damaging parts of the Dakota Access pipeline

Deputy's office space

Bismarck Govs in State AA Tournament

People's Choice for Best Fair Food: Roughneck Nachos

Fire destroys hay field in McHenry County

University of Mary students modify cars for local kids with disabilities

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Another American Volunteer Killed Fighting ISIS

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Charlie Gard's Parents Want to Take Boy Home to Die

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Records show the head of the Environmental Protection Agency spent weekends in his home state during his first three months in office, frequently flying to and from Oklahoma at taxpayer's expense.