YMCA encourages youth fitness with triathlon

In the spirit of the Olympics, the YMCA decided to host an event inspiring kids towards great fitness.


Thousands showed up for "Slide the City", where you could ride as a family, go solo, or slide with a group of friends.


Reports are coming in about serious damage from a tornado that touched down near Hillsboro, North Dakota.



BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A man working on the four-state Dakota Access oil pipeline was killed in an apparent accident in western North Dakota, a state regulator said Saturday.


Minot-area women's coalition celebrates anniversary, tackles human trafficking


NDNG recruiter helps high school students with post-graduation decisions


Pledge of Allegiance opt-out stirs controversy for school district


Dickinson woman sends lunchboxes to Louisiana flood victims


Man biking across America, writing book about citizens' perspectives


Planting pear trees in ND


Social service workers, day care providers talk licensing process


City Brew opening Bismarck location


Teen uses her own money to help homeless couple


Bismarck Food Truck Festival returns


Don’t Buy It Until We Try It: Engrave It Pro


Williston School District introduces two student resource officers


Centennial 2nd grade teacher has had "Love" for teaching for 32 years


Families affected by August tornado work with Farm Rescue to restore land


Army Corps of Engineers confirms there is no written easement for Dakota Access Pipeline construction on Corps property


Styled by a Child working for women’s issues


Two nuns stabbed to death in Mississippi, killer on the loose


City of Bismarck introduces enhanced property search information


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