The state Commerce Department has laid off 13 workers as part of a reorganization.
After a four-day trial, a jury returned a guilty verdict in the Bradley Morales murder case.
Bismarck is taking a closer look at whether fees for utilities are evenly levied among customers.
In a year's time, BisMan Transit ridership numbers increased 25 percent.
Villagers feared gangs of kidnappers were targeting children, but police say there is no indication they existed.
"We have no indication to call it a hate crime or any kind of terrorism act."
Hard-liners won this round, sinking a nuclear deal with Kim Jong Un.
The U.S.-North Korea summit medallion has become the butt of many jokes, but buyers could have the last laugh if it proves valuable.
The president was caught between Pompeo and Bolton, say multiple officials.