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Bluetooth technology aids the hearing impaired

Janell Cole has had at least one of her ears plugged with a hearing aid since she was 10 years old. The technology was basic.


A Minot business owner is brewing her own healthy tea.


A former New Town teacher accused of destroying one of the school’s printers has won an appeal to the North Dakota State Supreme Court over the amount of restitution he owes.



Tuesday morning, the government will reopen, ending a three day stale-mate.


Healthcare providers protecting senior citizens from the flu


State of the State Address in Minot


Appeal denied for former deputy US Marshal charged with filming women in fitting rooms


NDSC, Matro Ambulance partner to make Bismarck/Mandan cardiac ready


MSU students react to state of the state address


How to get cash back at the register


Substitute teachers step up


ND Country Fest looks to build off last year’s success


Mandan police investigate suspicious death


Names released of 2 killed in head-on vehicle collision near Thompson, ND


Microsoft TEALS Program expands in ND


UPDATE: Congress approves plan to re-open government


Red Fawn Fallis pleads guilty in Federal Court Monday


SHUTDOWN VOTE: US Senate votes to fund government, end shutdown


Burleigh County looks at $7 million plan for haul road in McKenzie


Donald Miller pleads not guilty to punching Bismarck police officer


UPDATE: Nassar victim says Michigan State billing her


Prosecutors to seek 21-month sentence for Rand Paul's neighbor


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