Millennials move to North Dakota

A strong economy, growing industries and low unemployment rates are very appealing to the incomers, especially to millennials


A Minot woman will serve two years in prison after admitting to exposing a young boy to meth and abandoning the child with a man she hardly knew.


Court records indicate that a detective from Pauling County, Ga., contacted Minot Police regarding an investigation into 31-year-old Timothy Sprenger.



Glencoe Farm and Kennels trains and breeds pheasant hunting dogs.


DEVELOPING: House on Fire on Minot's southeast side


Medical Minute: Breast cancer awareness


Too harsh? Student suspended for bringing butter knife to lunch


MDU asks PSC to approve natural gas price rate increase


Real ID coming to North Dakota next year


How to teach children to express themselves without aggression


2-story ‘Star Wars’ replica in yard for Halloween is big hit


Pentagon faces demands for details on deadly attack in Niger


School's Real Talk program offers life lessons before class


Melissa Etheridge arrested in Burke County for marijuana possession


Minot Zoo mourns loss of elder Bactrian camel


White House Chief of staff Kelly defends Trump phone call to widow


Three die in shooting near Colorado State University


Dickinson High School in North Dakota helps sister school in Texas


30 years ago: Wall Street's "Black Monday"


Runnings hosts Ladies’ Night for breast cancer awareness


UPDATE: Burlington man found dead near ATV identified


Trump's health subsidy shutdown could lead to free insurance


HEALTH CARE UPDATE - 2 senators formally propose health deal


Senators push for more online transparency in elections


Trump welcomes Puerto Rico governor to White House


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Pentagon Sends Team to Niger to Find Out What Happened

Defense officials are careful not to call the inquiry an investigation, but admit they simply don't know what happened Oct. 4 when four U.S. soldiers died.

Weinstein Threatened AIDS Charity Board Over 'Sex Life'

Kenneth Cole says Harvey Weinstein "exploded with threats" when he thought a lawyer for an AIDS charity was looking into his sexual affairs.

CIA Director Wrongly Says U.S. Found Russia Didn't Affect Election Result

CIA Director Mike Pompeo said U.S. intel agencies had found Russian meddling didn't affect the election result, but the agencies didn't reach that conclusion.

Hundreds Protest Richard Spencer's Speech in Florida

White nationalist Richard Spencer's appearance at the University of Florida in Gainesville drew protesters who defied the school's request to stay away.