ND PSC says three hearings were held in 2015 for public input on Dakota Access Pipeline construction

Some protesters say they were not aware of any public hearings before approval of the pipeline, but the Public Service Commission says there were three last year.


After months of construction, Williston's new high school opened this morning.


A five-year study yielded big results for NDSU scientists.



Hundreds of protesters from across the country swarmed a federal courthouse in Washington D.C. Wednesday, where a federal judge did not immediately rule on a request by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to stop a four-state oil pipeline under construction near their reservation.


Gov. Dalrymple reacts to federal judge's nondecision on Dakota Access Pipeline injunction


Woman trapped under vehicle saved by bystander


Why people pull out their phones in violent situations


Clinton, Trump mostly campaigning in swing states


ND PSC moves forward with one of the largest single wind farm projects in the state


Dakota Access Pipeline protesters prepare for extended stay at Sacred Stone Camp


Lower Yellowstone Irrigation project installs special dam to assist with erosion on Sidney, MT farmland


Aerial view of Sacred Stone Camp, Dakota Access Pipeline construction site


Couple finds true love through cycling


Federal judge in Dakota Access Pipeline case says he wants to 'absorb both sides of argument' before ruling


Minot Public Schools back in session


Minot parents react to rising cost of EpiPens


Sacred Stone Camp reacts to federal judge's non-decision on the Dakota Access Pipeline


Minot Public Schools address bus safety concerns


Plea changes in robbery, jail escape case


Durum wheat crop suffering in Plaza, ND


Red Cross responds to Mandan house fire


Veterans from Standing Rock Sioux, other tribes march to Dakota Access Pipeline construction site


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