Bismarck house fire causes estimated 50 thousand dollars in damage

Bismarck Fire Department responded just before 8 pm. Twelve firefighters responded to the scene, along with Bismarck police and metro area ambulance.

A Mandan man is alive after his house exploded Sunday morning, just moments after walking out the door. Around 6:30 in the morning State Radio received the call about the house explosion near Solen.

Dozens of Bismarck and Mandan residents hiked to the North Dakota Veterans' Cemetery to honor America's fallen. Hikers were encouraged to bring their American Flags big and small.

The Department of Transportation says hot days can be a factor for pavement to buckle, especially when dealing with extreme heat.

Lincoln community hangs out with local heroes

Travelers react to Bismarck airport evacuation

Military graves decorated by flags at Minot's Rosehill Cemetery

Family watching volcano activity

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Recap of Bradley Morales murder trial in Minot

UPDATE: Police say suspicious package at airport not dangerous

Marriage proposal plowed in field

How to teach children gratitude

$1 million for water improvements to Turtle Mountains

Confinement with compassion

Oil tax surplus won’t fix budget issues ahead of 2019 session

Local family feeling effects of Hawaii volcano eruption

Annual Memorial Day ceremony at Minot's Rosehill Cemetery

Students get a voice

NDGOP executive director steps down

Newest Minot firefighting recruits earn their pins

Accident on South Broadway and 20th

Summer reading heats up in Williston

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Bismarck Police Chief Dan Donlin awarded Distinguished Alumnus Award for 2018

Mandan man caught red-handed

Bismarck Police seek help locating missing 22-year-old Camille Lynn Crowe

Main Street Minute: Wide Open Motorsports

Bismarck man unresponsive for 8 minutes, was revived by 6 Narcan doses

Commerce Department lays off workers

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