Fire destroys Bismarck apartment

A fire destroyed an apartment on the 1400 block of North 22nd Street just after 2:30 this afternoon, according to a Bismarck Fire Department official.

A high speed chase ended this afternoon after the driver lost control trying to avoid spike strips on Highway 6 north of St. Anthony.

Dozens of flyers were buzzing around the Fore Seasons Golf Dome Saturday.

CHI St. Alexius teamed up with Kohls Care to host the annual Minot's Children's Olympics at the M-S-U Dome.

Pinochle tournament raises money for the Bismarck Cancer Center

Beautiful Wholeness helps young women overcome challenges

Man reunites with off duty officers, nurse who saved his life

Volunteers honor heroes by cleaning the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery

Police find $500,000 worth of meth during traffic stop

Police say man arrested for firing gun in downtown Minot

Burleigh County Sheriff's Department adds four-legged officer

Minot's Sunnyside Elementary uses innovative methods to make students feel at home

Heart transplant teen meets donor's mother, shares heartbeat

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Iseman Home Show expects thousands

City of Williston to host public input meeting on how to redevelop Sloulin Field

Legislature discusses logistics of medical marijuana being legalized in ND

Bismarck Main Street Minute: Core Family Chiropractic, Desperado Firearms

Imagination Library Williston chapter needs funding to expand

Minot City Offices to be closed Monday

Trump administration memo says they are considering proposal to use up to 100,000 Guard troops to round up immigrants

Complaints against ND utility companies down in 2016

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