The Renaissance Zone Program in Bismarck

The city of Bismarck is lending a helping hand with their Renaissance Zone Program to help Gov. Burgum and his Main Street Initiative.

Senator John Hoeven is planning a trip to Russia.

Bismarck Police say they received multiple reports of cars being egged near Pioneer Elementary School.

A Bismarck man has been identified after showing his genitals and engaging in lewd conduct in front of three women in his car.

City of Lincoln under water boil advisory due to E. Coli contamination

Bear takes a stroll through town in Ottertail, MN

Bismarck Public Works director not concerned about Missouri River flooding at this time

NDT Pet of the Week is Lavina

Bismarck PD warns public of phone scam

Roughneck Coffee 'Fueling the People Fueling America'

Grilled kabobs with smoked sausage and veggies

Minot pension board gets update on retirement plan

Senate blocks president's plan to cut $15 billion in unused spending

Marijuana to be legal in Canada as of October 17

UPDATE: Texas motorists rescued from flooded roads

Rice Lake home relocation and lift bid rejected by county commissioners

Crowd protests as California fights US immigration lawsuit

Teen in 'Making a Murderer' asks high court to take his case

US to require more screening of powders in carry-on baggage

Stuffed animal donations made to law enforcement agencies to comfort children

UPDATE: 2 airlines ask US not to put migrant children on flights

U.S. Senate defense bill includes provisions for Minot

Minot woman arrested in stabbing incident

Summer watercraft safety tips

Methodists, prosecutors scold AG Sessions over border policy

UPDATE: Over 100 arrested in Ohio during 2nd large-scale immigration raid

EU to tax Harleys, peanut butter and other US goods beginning Friday

UPDATE: US says others must help in world refugee crisis

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Former Washington cardinal punished after teen sex abuse claim

Church officials also reveal past allegations of sexual misconduct with adults

Night terrors and numbness: Foster mom on trauma of separated migrant children

"It's just painful to see a child this young have to go through that," said a Michigan woman who takes in children who've been separated from their families.

Puerto Rico's new law moves to privatize its outdated power grid

"Our objective is simple: provide better service, one that's more efficient and that allows us to jump into new energy models," Gov. Ricardo Rosselló said.

Central America's violence, turmoil keeps driving families to U.S. border

"If my country would be OK ... I would not try to cross," said a mother from Honduras hoping to cross the U.S. border with her 7-year-old son.

Mom, girlfriend charged in death of 'Little Jacob' after boy's body identified

The Galveston Police Department have identified "Little Jacob" as four-year-old Jayden Alexander Lopez, who washed up on a Galveston, Texas beach in October 2017. His mother Rebecca Rivera and her girlfriend Dania Amezquita Gomez have been arrested in connection to his death.