USDA releases CRP acres for emergency grazing in N.D.

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Sonny Perdue has released Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) acres in North Dakota for emergency grazing effective immediately through September 30.

Gov. Doug Burgum has declared a drought emergency for 26 counties in the state.

Johnny Depp, speaking in England last (Thursday) night, appeared to jokingly suggest he endorsed the assassination of President Trump.

Gov. Doug Burgum and the state water commission voted on funding measures that affect a number of issues throughout the entire state.

Minot's new aldermen go through orientation

Suspended McKenzie County sheriff appeals to Supreme Court

Uncommon birth made the newspaper in 1937; now they're on TV

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Red Fawn Fallis released to halfway house while she awaits trial for involvement in DAPL protest

Medical Minute: Recent study shows Obese Pregnancy and Birth Defects Relation

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City to eliminate one-way streets in downtown Bismarck

Not guilty plea entered in Hwy 83 drunk driving crash

Student and teacher reunite after decades

FTC, N.D. Attorney General file federal complaint to halt Sanford's acquisition of Mid Dakota Clinic

Senate GOP releases bill to cut Medicaid, alter 'Obamacare'

No tapes: Trump says he didn't record meetings with Comey

Remains of World War II sailor killed during attack on Pearl Harbor return to N.D.

N.D. wheat crop struggles to survive in dry conditions

Minot police officer injured while making an arrest

WATCH: Motorcyclist kicks car, sparking road rage incident that causes multi-vehicle collision

AP sources: Senate GOP health bill would reshape Obama law

N.D. legislative leaders will challenge Gov. Burgum's vetoes in court

Methadone treatment now available in Bismarck

St. Joseph’s Hospital could find new way to serve Dickinson

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