Monster truck wish comes true for aspiring driver

Eleven-year-old Sampson Schmidt lives, breathes, and eats monster trucks.

Those that wished they were an Oscar Mayer Wiener got to sit in one.

Some issues are so polarizing today that some might need a couple of stiff drinks to even bring them up. That's part of the idea behind this new event.

The Dakota Access Pipeline has dominated headlines for months, as demonstrators have occupied federal land they say belongs to Native Americans under an 1851 treaty.

Beulah gas station delivers old time charm and big time service

Single-car crash kills Bismarck woman near Double Ditch Recreation Site

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Carrington community comes together after fire

Polar Plunge raises money for the Special Olympics

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Furry Friends Rockin' Rescue helps dogs left behind at DAPL protest camp

Trinity Health hosts fair to promote heart health

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S.D. man dies in snowmobile accident on Devils Lake

Oak Park Theater set to return to Minot Friday night

Souris Valley Animal Shelter Change in Adoption Prices

60 students graduate at Burdick Job Corps

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Caring for sacred items, structures at Oceti Sakowin camp during clean up process

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