Celebrating Autism awareness month

It's a typical Friday night for many of these middle and high schoolers. Hanging out with friends, laughing and playing games. It's also about making new friends for people like Cain Kaiser, who was diagnosed with autism at the age of four.


Up to two boxes per person could be brought to the AARP shred day, an event that filled up last year in the first few hours.


A Boy Scout made it part of his Eagle Project to help organize the fair. He hoped to educate people so they could be ready the next time there is an emergency.



Golf Season in Bismarck-Mandan officially opened Saturday at Prairie West Golf Course.


Minot man arrested after trying to crash into brother's car


New goat yoga trend finds it way to the Magic City


UPDATE: Former first lady Barbara Bush laid to rest


Flood mark signs


Weather 4-20-18


GABR Pie in the face


K-9 with a purpose


Legalize ND working to get signatures for ballot measure


Two tasty breakfast-for-dinner recipes


B-2s spotted over Williston


Inmates at State Pen put pedal to the metal for good cause


Erase the E-Waste back in Williston


Bucks introduce new head coach


Energy Transfer Partners donates to UMary


Supporters take a pie in the face for GABR


Garden Expo kicks off in Bismarck


Tick season returns with warmer weather


Marijuana reform rally at the state capitol


North Korea says it will suspend nuclear and missile testing


Wind Farm project set to begin in McHenry County


City of Minot remembers historic flood through art


Minot Symphony Orchestra set to perform 'Carmina Burana'


Dick's Sporting Goods plans to destroy all the assault rifles it pulled off its shelves


Local elections the focus of June primary


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