Federal Government grants $5 million for crime fighting in Indian Country

The federal government announced that tribal governments in North Dakota will receive 10 grants totaling about $5 million.


A trial for four men accused of selling heroin in Williston has been delayed in federal court.


Those showing their opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline say they wanted to gather peacefully Tuesday.



Any week leading up to Hostfest is busy for the students at Rinat Mouzafarov's Minot dance studio—though this one may be extra special.


Hundreds of Hostfest staff and volunteers prepare for opening day


Minot State Professor weighs-in on first presidential debate


Deputy who survived shooting ready to get back to work


Minot Air Force Base enforces new visitor pass policy


Triple H Miniature Horse Rescue adds 'Kitty City'


College students encourage young adults to register and vote


Senator Sherrod Brown vying for NCAA Championships taken away from North Carolina


Work begins Thursday on new governor's residence


A cut above the rest: Teen gives haircuts to homeless


Spin alley craze: Both campaigns claim victory


Missing Williston woman found safe


ND Highway Patrol investigates reports of 2 suspicious men at Jamestown rest stop


Dakota Hope Clinic hosts former Planned Parenthood director


How were 858 immigrants wrongly granted U.S. citizenship?


Clinton and Trump square off for the first time


New sculpture coming to Enchanted Highway


Bismarck couple wins $5,000 in video contest


City of Williston finalizing 2017 budget


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