State Water Commission votes on drought, flood measures

Gov. Doug Burgum and the state water commission voted on funding measures that affect a number of issues throughout the entire state.

Minot City Manager Thomas Barry guided the aldermen through a crash course of sorts on the city’s history, along with the city’s current governmental structure.

Suspended McKenzie County Sheriff Gary Schwartzenberger appealed a district court's decision to the Supreme Court.

A woman accused of firing a gun at police officers during a Dakota Access Pipeline protest is being released to a halfway home while she awaits trial.

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City to eliminate one-way streets in downtown Bismarck

University blends coding and literacy with new platform

Not guilty plea entered in Hwy 83 drunk driving crash

FTC, N.D. Attorney General file federal complaint to halt Sanford's acquisition of Mid Dakota Clinic

Contract may help keep your teen driver safe

Senate GOP releases bill to cut Medicaid, alter 'Obamacare'

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Youth vendor permits meant to inspire young entrepreneurs

Remains of World War II sailor killed during attack on Pearl Harbor return to N.D.

N.D. wheat crop struggles to survive in dry conditions

Minot police officer injured while making an arrest

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AP sources: Senate GOP health bill would reshape Obama law

N.D. legislative leaders will challenge Gov. Burgum's vetoes in court

Methadone treatment now available in Bismarck

St. Joseph’s Hospital could find new way to serve Dickinson

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Suspect in string of Ward County thefts back in custody

Max man accused of beating up brother over stolen televisions

Edgewood hosts carnival acknowledging Alzheimer's

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