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Discussion on human trafficking

A discussion on human trafficking was held at the Bismarck library today. The talk focused on Human trafficking in North Dakota specifically.

Parents and kids of all ages were welcome to join the take your kid mountain biking day in Mandan today.

A Casselton woman was injured in a rollover accident Sunday afternoon on I-94 near Tower City.

The weather was great today to get out and run the dog, and that's exactly what lots of animal lovers did.

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Apple-bobbers attempt to break world record in Bismarck

Students using 3-D printers to create prosthetic hands

Impact Gallery to shut its doors

Legacy High School hosts Gamechanger

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints hold open house for new building

Group of archaeologists asks President Obama to pause Dakota Access Pipeline construction

Laying out the welcome mat

Shoe artist creates custom sneakers for athletes

Anhydrous ammonia rule struck down

China lifts ban on U.S. beef

Roosevelt Park Zoo retains key park accreditation

Williston's El Rancho Hotel up for sale

Don’t Buy It Until We Try It: Dial Vision

Honeybee exhibit brings buzz to Roosevelt Park Zoo

Potato harvest of plenty

Pulitzer Prize winners gather in Bismarck for GameChanger Ideas Festival

Film maker brings together Bismarck to create a North Dakotan rom com

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