Trump appoints Ret. Gen. James Mattis as secretary of defense

Trump doubles down on past campaign promises and appoints Ret. Gen. James Mattis as secretary of defense.

The area has been closed to traffic. Police say people should avoid the area of 10th and Phillips. Emergency crews are on the scene.

Anyone with information is asked to call the sheriff's department at 667-3330.

OPEC's decision to decrease production could benefit North Dakota

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Federal judge denies restraining order filed by DAPL protesters against ND law enforcement

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Ninfa Ramirez becomes first All-American D-II soccer player for Minot State University

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Snow, freezing temps cause problems for area ranchers

Invasive mussels found in Montana's Tiber Reservoir

More than 92 percent of DAPL complete, last portion at Lake Oahe

Sen. Heitkamp to meet with President-elect Trump Friday

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