The North Dakota State Fair has a system in place to help visitors cool down. Minot Community Ambulance has a cool-down station that is open all day. More>>
The new owners of a popular pizzeria in Bismarck say they plan on building on the businesses previous success. More>>
Jobs, like oil, isn't lacking in our state. But having a booming economy can create challenges for some.
The 47th case of hepatitis C has been identified in Minot. More>>
A Dickinson man was sentenced today for robbing a Medina bank back in October. More>>
If you are trying to beat the heat, well so are the animals at the Dakota Zoo. More>>
When heat is at its worst, your body can be forced beyond its capacity to cool itself down. And that can lead to some major problems. More>>
Bismarck and Mandan Rural Fire Departments were dispatched to a large house fire near the Island Road Area earlier this afternoon. More>>
A Minot man was arrested for possession on meth late last night. More>>
A 30-year-old Bismarck woman was arrested for child abuse and neglect after police found drugs within reach of two children in her custody. More>>
A Bismarck woman was injured after a hit and run early Saturday morning. More>>
A 35-year-old man is dead after he lost control of his vehicle early Sunday morning. More>>
A mobile home near Burlington was destroyed in a late-morning fire, but nobody was hurt. More>>
A man from the Fort Berthold Reservation was sentenced in federal prison Wednesday on sexual abuse charges. More>>
The Public service commission has approved a pipeline that will supply crude to an oil hub and a refinery in Dickinson. More>>
There's a yearly event in Bismarck that's not only raising money for suicide prevention, it's also bringing those affected a little bit closer together. More>>
Police are looking for the driver of a 2007 GMC pickup. More>>
The temps are still scorching and unfortunately some homes in South Bismarck were without power tonight. More>>
We're less than six weeks away from Bismarck State College celebrating its 75th anniversary with a party at the newly remodeled MDU Resources Community Bowl. This is the first major event that the MDU Bowl will host before its grand opening in September. The celebration is in conjunction with the BJC/BSC all-school reunion.
Football players from the Bismarck Demons team traded in their helmets and pads for running shoes today. More>>
Earlier this week we told you about drowning prevention and how most of the incidents we've seen here in North Dakota could have been avoided if the victim knew how to swim better, or if someone there knew how to help. More>>
The North Dakota State Fair may have started Friday, but the fun kicked off Saturday with the annual State Fair Parade. More>>
In this weeks Dan's Garden Dan Cashman shows us some unique features in a local Bismarck residents back yard. More>>
The population explosion in Dunn County has law enforcement stretched thin even with an increase in deputies. The sheriff's department currently has 13 deputies and is looking for two more. More>>
Shanks Golf Shop and La Tejana Mexican Market are both the first of their kind in the capital city.
In this week's Don't Buy It, Till We Try It, TaTiana Cash tests out the efficiency of the Universal K Cup.
Almost half of the work related fatalities in North Dakota were from the oil and gas industry. OSHA is trying to reduce those numbers and is implementing the focus enforcement initiative throughout the state. More>>
Communities across the state have seen rapid growth over the last few years. And with that growth comes change. There's a new church in Bismarck. And it just might surprise you. More>>
Dickinson residents may have to hold out on watering their lawn and washing their cars for the next few weeks. The city announced they are implementing temporary water restrictions. More>>
Trinity Health in Minot responded to a lawsuit filed by a care facility that was home to a major hepatitis C outbreak saying it was not responsible, but ManorCare stands by their convictions.
Sen. John Hoeven is pushing for rail officials to relieve the current backlog of rail traffic that ships agriculture products before this fall's harvest. More>>
A 55-year-old Bismarck man was arrested for heroin. More>>
Members of the Legislative Council spent the last six months putting together a website that details the history of the Legislative Assembly. More>>
The Dunn County state's attorney is retiring and that's going to put even more pressure on the present assistant state's attorney.
It could be a sign that Microsoft is falling behind the times. The software giant has announced it will cut 18,000 jobs within the next year. More>>
Seven-hundred barrels of oil was recently stolen from a well sites. At more than $100 a barrel that makes this theft total over $70,000. The Dunn County Sheriff's Office is pursuing all leads, but no one was present at the time of the theft. More>>
Estately has published a study of the scariest states, and North Dakota came in 49th place, just ahead of South Dakota. More>>
Trinity Health says it's not responsible for the hepatitis C outbreak at a Minot nursing home.
The North Dakota State Fair kicks off tomorrow. More>>
You're never too old to help someone else. That seems to be a theme at the Good Samaritan Center in Bismarck. More>>
The state legacy fund has hit another record. State Treasurer Kelly Schmidt transferred $112 million into the account today. More>>
School starts in a few weeks, and health officials say now is the time to get your children vaccinated. More>>
Basin Electric's board of directors approved the energy co-op to join a regional transmission organization called SouthWest Power Pool. More>>
Prosecutors say Jonathon Horvath shot and killed Derrick Spiegel after an argument outside a strip club in Williston in March of last year. More>>
North Dakota schools are going to get a payout next spring.
Sen. Heidi Heitkamp wants to make sure that the federal government provides resources to the northern border. More>>
Interstate Ave. will be closed to through traffic between Century Ave. and Springfield St. starting July 21. More>>
An update to a story we ran Monday. Bismarck police say a stabbing was reported at the Bismarck Motor Hotel Sunday night. More>>
Clean up of the brine spill on the Fort Berthold Reservation continues this week, with the spill impacting some of the vegetation in the area. More>>
A recent article published in the Business Insider ranks the state as having the most fatalities per 100,000 people. More>>
Boaters check the pump before hitting the water this summer, or you could cause harm to your engine.
Water may not be everywhere in North Dakota, but drowning is still a concern, especially now that the temps are high and the pools are packed. More>>
The monkeys often steal the show when visitors go to the Dakota Zoo, and construction of a new primate center will give them even more opportunity to shine. More>>
Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem says the Industrial Commission, of which he is a member, violated the open records law. More>>
A recent survey shows people are actually willing to pay more for their big day than ever before. While couples used to look to cut costs by using fake or less expensive flowers, businesses are seeing fewer clients concerned with penny-pinching when it comes to tying the knot. More>>
Back in May, we told you about three men from Mandan who ventured from Bismarck to Clearwater, Fla. on bicycles raising money for cancer research. More>>
The Senior Babe Ruth State Tournament begins tomorrow for every team except the Fargo Jets, the number-one seed earned a first-round. The Bismarck Senators are the number-three seed. More>>
The Dunn County Sheriff's Department is asking the public to look for a Killdeer woman that has been missing since Saturday. More>>
A Bismarck teacher wanted to connect home school students and teachers with the click of a mouse.