Crews respond to fire at Capitol RV in Bismarck for second time in two weeks

For the second time in two weeks in Bismarck, fire crews have responded to Capitol RV.

As he tunes his guitar, just like he's done thousands of times before, Roman Sanchez reflects on how a friend tried to talk him out of moving to Dickinson.

Farmers and Ranchers in the western half of North Dakota have been looking to the sky, begging for rain for months. Producers of one crop, however, aren't sweating as hard as the rest.

Oilfield worker Ben Fitzsimmons spends a lot of time behind the wheel, and the work's put strain on his back.

Bill introduced to Improve School Kitchen Equipment throughout the state

Minot man sentenced for dragging horse, assaulting man

World War II veteran returns from Honor Flight trip to D.C.

Sidney kids get creative in Art Camp

July 4 fireworks in Minot at risk of being canceled for lack of funding

Have you ever disciplined someone else's child?

Blue-green algae linked to livestock deaths in N.D.

Search, rescue teams working to find missing boater on Lake Metigoshe

Teams target storm drains looking for mosquito larvae

Bismarck Wolves honor teammate who died in car wreck

Budget office: Senate health bill adds 22 million uninsured

Jury selection complete in Williston GSI, attempted murder case

Bismarck PD reminds public to be cautious after several reported burglaries

79-year-old Bismarck woman falls victim to phone scam

Man arrested for DUI after rear-ending 72-year-old woman in a golf cart

Court partly reinstates Trump travel ban, fall arguments set

Recalled: Russia's controversial U.S. ambassador stepping down

Runners conquer Harmon Lake Trail Fest

20-year-old Bismarck man dies in single car crash

Sailor who died at Pearl Harbor returned to North Dakota

McQuade Tournament offers much more than just softball

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