Main Street Minute: Noodle Zip, Rustic Petal

A few new businesses are blossoming in town, Rustic Petals, a new flower shop and Noodle Zip, an Asian restaurant are opening their doors to the public.

Leaders of the new Burleigh Morton Detention Center are encouraging people to visit the new facility on tour day.

Labor unions across the country and in Bismarck are recognizing those who died on the job today.

Wildlife officials in North Dakota are lifting almost all restrictions on mule deer hunting.

17-year-old charged in accidental shooting in Dickinson

Minot man charged with DUI after rear ending school bus

University uses horses to raise scholarship money

Workers Memorial Day

Main Street Minute: Noodle Zip, Rustic Petal

New Burleigh Morton Detention Center Tours begin May 15

State of the Air Annual report

Bismarck Infrastructure Task Force Committee favors diverting more sales tax to pay for roads

Get the kids moving with this living room workout

Fergie, Paramore to perform at 2017 North Dakota State Fair

Lawmakers pass final bill, finish legislative session

High school basketball player dies after collapsing at school

White House Chief of Staff grades POTUS: “He gets a solid A”

Medical Minute: Getting your 8 hours of sleep

U-Mary's first class of engineers show off their projects to Bobcat

Major changes headed to flood insurance for Minot

Starion Bank to hold Kindness Cash event for International Pay it Forward Day

N.D. lawmakers to study public employee health care

New Nara-Bassinet introduced at Bismarck hospital

MSU's capital campaign raises more than $30 million for university

UPDATE: Eight extradited from Jamaica to North Dakota to face lottery fraud charges

Mandan Police seek help locating missing 14-year-old girl

Des Lacs-Burlington voters narrowly defeat $15 million school bond

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