People concerned with Highway 1806 barricade ask Morton County Commissioners for answers

The Morton County Board of Commissioners heard public testimony regarding the Dakota Access Pipeline for nearly in an hour at Tuesday's meeting.

Wednesday is the annual Fill the Boot campaign in Williston.

The decision people were eager to hear at Tuesday's Williston City Commission dealt with Ordinance 1050.

Wednesday is the first day of school in Williston. But the high school isn't the only new school opening up

Williston City Commission meeting moved to new location after bomb threat

Jamestown Police catch convicted sex offender after 4-hour manhunt

Quads come early, doubling family's size

Minot High School Magic City Campus has new security procedure

Edison and Perkett Elementary Schools renewed and ready for school

If passed, federal guidelines regarding fracking could cost ND close to $24 million

Minot Main Street Minute: The Market on 4th

Dakota Access Pipeline protesters march across Memorial Bridge, release sacred tobacco into Missouri River

Mom's warning about grocery store incident goes viral on Facebook

Local organization helps Seeds of Hope recover after theft

ND Department of Health reminds parents of vaccination requirements for school

Emergency services recalled from Dakota Access Pipeline protest site

Williston man sentenced to 2 years for corruption of minor

UPDATE: Minot Police have identified person of interest in fraud investigation

Domestic Violence Crisis Center continues fundraising goal

Minot man charged with killing his brother changes plea to guilty

Burglary suspect accused of trying to escape from jail cell

Clinton, Trump mostly campaigning in swing states

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