Veterans from Standing Rock Sioux, other tribes march to Dakota Access Pipeline construction site

Veterans from the Standing Rock Sioux and other tribes participated in a march to show opposition for the pipeline.

No decision has been made today regarding the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline near Cannon Ball, N.D.

Protesters at the camps set up north of Cannon Ball are anxiously awaiting a decision from a federal court in Washington, DC, over the fate of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

A Burleigh County Sheriff's Deputy tells the Mandan Police Department he saw someone possibly taking video outside his house.

In election year, bipartisan group of lawmakers working to diminish big money in politics

Bismarck woman in critical condition after being shot Wednesday

Pledge of Allegiance opt-out stirs controversy for school district

Two children killed in Highway 5 vehicle crash

People concerned with Highway 1806 barricade ask Morton County Commissioners for answers

City of Williston hosts Fill the Boot fundraiser

Williston City Commission unanimously passes crew camp ordinance

New Bakken Elementary School brings changes for students

Newly married couple has 53 year age difference

Williston City Commission meeting moved to new location after bomb threat

Jamestown Police catch convicted sex offender after 4-hour manhunt

Minot High School Magic City Campus has new security procedure

Edison and Perkett Elementary Schools renewed and ready for school

If passed, federal guidelines regarding fracking could cost ND close to $24 million

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ND Department of Health reminds parents of vaccination requirements for school

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