Golfers hit the links to promote heart health

Nearly a hundred golfers hit the links today giving back to the Healthy Hearts Club in a heart friendly way.


One of the surest signs of summer in Bismarck is back in the water.


Williston is taking the arts to the streets.



The United Blood Services is teaming up with the Minot Police Department and fire department for the annual 'Battle of the Badges' blood drive this week.


Dakota Zoo prepares for summer season


Another great season for Canada goose hunters in N.D.


Thinking FAST helps woman survive stroke


Bond set at $1 million for Cynthia Wilder on murder conspiracy charge


North Dakota traffic fatalities up sharply compared to 2016


Watermelon caprese salad


2 oil spills reported from Dakota Access Pipeline in March


Construction on Highway 6 in Mandan to begin Tuesday


Holocaust survivor awarded honorary diploma by high school seniors


N.D. AMBER Alert system will be tested Thursday


3 Minot High School students face jail time after water balloon fight in cafeteria


Police chase of stolen car ends in ground search and arrest


General Sibley Park to celebrate 50 years with a new trail


Bismarck teen whips the professionals in baking contest


BSC students to see four percent tuition hike


Elks Lodge Hosts classic car show


Global War on Terror Wall of Remembrance honors those lost


Behind the scenes on a Tigirlily music video shoot


Head-on crash near Grandin leaves several in the hospital


Heitkamp meets with business leaders to discuss regulatory reform bill


Touch a Truck gives attendees a hands-on experience


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