Study shows alcohol disorders are up in U.S.

According to the American Medical Association, people in this country are drinking a lot more these days.

A Minot man was arrested Thursday morning after robbing a GameStop at gunpoint.

White House chief strategist Steve Bannon is leaving his White House post.

A truck with four men inside went off the right shoulder, vaulted over an approach, and rolled in the ditch on Ward County Road 9 Thursday.

Countdown to solar eclipse

Fact finding commission to review school funding

Family buried under roadway set to be exhumed

Project Service Connect gathers groups to help the homeless

BSC Astronomy Club gets ready for total solar eclipse

Five tips for the perfect movie night

Body of 25-year-old man found in submerged vehicle in Stutsman County

One-year sentence in Ward County undercover sex sting

Police officer organizes help for family in need

Medical Minute: The perils of sitting too much

Dog Days Rummage Sale Fundraiser for Central Dakota Humane Society

Johnny Norwood, Jr., to serve 25 years for 2015 murder in Minot

Bismarck oral surgeon dies from suspected overdose

Government, business leaders talk trade, energy and technology at policy summit

Team North Dakota ready for Special Olympics North America game day

Kindness project 'Rocks' Minot

Allete Clean Energy wind farm expansion proposal

Minot named fourth best college town in nation

Release of the Butterflies at Baptist Healthcare Center

'Green Card Youth Voices: Immigration Stories from a Fargo High School'

Trump decries monument removals, 'history ripped apart'

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