Legalize ND working to get signatures for ballot measure

Legalize ND is an initiative to legalize recreational marijuana for anyone over the age of 21.


Residents spotted B-2s flying over the Williston area Thursday night.


The Great American Bike Race is just one week away. And, for the first time ever the State Penitentiary held their own competition to raise money.



Erase the E-Waste brought many resident out Friday to dispose of household electronics.


Bucks introduce new head coach


Energy Transfer Partners donates to UMary


Supporters take a pie in the face for GABR


Flood mark signs


Weather 4-20-18


GABR Pie in the face


Garden Expo kicks off in Bismarck


Tick season returns with warmer weather


How to avoid missing out on travel freebies


Marijuana reform rally at the state capitol


North Korea says it will suspend nuclear and missile testing


Wind Farm project set to begin in McHenry County


City of Minot remembers historic flood through art


Minot Symphony Orchestra set to perform 'Carmina Burana'


Dick's Sporting Goods plans to destroy all the assault rifles it pulled off its shelves


Local elections the focus of June primary


17 apply so far to be medical pot growers in North Dakota


Prairie West Golf Course opens after long winter


Bismarck Police are having some fun on social media in observance of 4/20


Person of interest in Minot shooting turns herself in


UPDATE: Dickinson hires Dr. Shon Hocker as superintendent


Bismarck Public Schools celebrates Multicultural Market


Children celebrate Earth Day


US says China, Iran, Russia are 'forces for instability'


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