Don't Buy It, Until We Try It: Flippin' Fantastic

Pancakes are a breakfast favorite, and in this week's don't buy it, until we try it, Stephanie tests out a product that claims to make the perfect pancake.


The Sam McQuade Sr. Charity Softball Tournament bills itself as the largest event of its kind in the world.


Ranchers in counties affected by drought are eligible to receive payments under USDA's Livestock Forage Disaster Program.



A new 'State of the Art' body shop called Centennial Collision and Paint came to town, and Schillings Building on 43rd and State Street in Bismarck has broken ground.


Trial rescheduled for multi-million dollar Jamaican lottery scam


Guilty plea in undercover meth bust in Minot


Keep your food safe in the summertime heat


USDA releases CRP acres for emergency grazing in N.D.


Governor Burgum declares drought emergency


Easy outfits for moms on-the-go


Controversy from Johnny Depp remarks that he supports the assassination of President Trump


State Water Commission votes on drought, flood measures


Wedding will go on despite fire that destroyed couple's home of 30 years


Minot's new aldermen go through orientation


Suspended McKenzie County sheriff appeals to Supreme Court


Red Fawn Fallis released to halfway house while she awaits trial for involvement in DAPL protest


Medical Minute: Recent study shows Obese Pregnancy and Birth Defects Relation


City to eliminate one-way streets in downtown Bismarck


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


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


No tapes: Trump says he didn't record meetings with Comey


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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