In this week's Dan's Garden, Dan Cashman shows off one local Bismarck property that adds a little flare to create a unique look.
Police say all of them had a window smashed to gain entry. More>>
TaTiana Cash teams up with a professional organizer to try Space Saver Bags. More>>
Brent and Jessica Naslund are showing their two youngest children what Africa was like the last time they were there with their older children. More>>
A small plane crashed into a wheat field northwest of Lisbon Thursday evening, killing the 64-year-old pilot. More>>
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends having your child get the human papillomavirus vaccine, which helps protect both girls and boys from HPV infection and cancers caused by HPV. More>>
A new parking ramp in downtown Bismarck has been in the making for more than a year, and it's not going to be finished for a few more months. More>>
A Cannonball man pleaded guilty to assault with a dangerous weapon yesterday. More>>
The Education Funding Committee met this morning at the Capitol to talk about student enrollment growth. More>>
Williston police have made another sex trafficking arrest.
A car dealership that has been around since the early '80s is growing. More>>
Sometimes, it really doesn't pay to draw attention to yourself. More>>
For the first time in state fair history, three pigs on exhibit tested positive for a strain of flu known as Influenza A H3N2. More>>
While the ebola outbreak is affecting the west part of Africa, here in Bismarck a family is preparing to go on a mission trip to the eastern part of the continent. More>>
United Tribes Technical College was recently awarded a grant of more than $500,000 from the state's department of commerce.
They've been with Urban Harvest since the beginning, Dwight and Patsy Duke say Skyline Ranch Produce
The University of Mary is one of the only Catholic schools in the country to start this new degree, Master of Science in Bioethics. More>>
Prices at the pump have seen the largest July decline in five years through the state of North Dakota. More>>
Col. Michael Gerhart announces the promotions and reassignments of several Bismarck staff effective tomorrow, August 1. More>>
Nearly $200,000 will be coming from the U.S. Department of Transportation to help improve emergency preparedness. More>>
More than $600,000 is coming to the state to provide support for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. More>>
Police are asking for the public's help in finding a Bismarck woman who has been missing for 20 years this Saturday. More>>
MomsEveryday correspondent Jen Lennon explains how much sleep is enough. More>>
Menoken celebrated the groundbreaking for a new elementary school yesterday. More>>
The North Dakota Oil and Gas Division says an oil and saltwater spill near Ross has been contained. More>>
With no understudies and no nights off, performers at the Medora Musical have a more rigorous schedule than actors on Broadway. More>>
Children at Bismarck's Theo Arts camp are in England this week, at least in their imaginations. More>>
The Public Service Commission has set a hearing date for ONEOK's Bakken Pipeline. More>>
As we told you last week, the Williston School district needs to hire a lot of teachers quickly. More>>
A natural gas processing company will build another plant in the state, right in the heart of the oil boom.
Whether you've gone to the chiropractor for back pain, muscle spasms or a sports injury, chances are the doctor used their hands to manipulate the muscles or joints. More>>
As of July 7, there are four illegal children in North Dakota and the Department of Health and Human Services has been notified. More>>
The president of the Independent Beef Association says labeling the beef by it's country of origin is good news for the consumer. More>>
One teen boy is in custody after the Mandan Police received a report of car break-ins. More>>
A man who consistently is being arrested for panhandling is back at it. More>>
Another man is arrested and charged for breaking into vehicles. More>>
Officers arrested a man in Minot last night after they found him hiding in an apartment closet.
A Fargo man has pleaded not guilty to killing his cousin and roommate. More>>
Bismarck High School has chosen a new assistant principal.
We've all heard those horror stories of getting away for a vacation - and coming back with bed bugs. MomsEveryday correspondent Annie Payne explains what to look for to keep this from happening to your family More>>
A Minnesota man was arrested in Minot for criminal mischief last night after police received multiple reports of disturbances.
A nine year old from Velva may have broken a world record. More>>
The Burning Hills Singers are the marquee attraction at the Medora Musical. But not many people know that the talented performers they see on stage also work behind the scenes doing less glamorous jobs during the summer. More>>
The Department of Mineral Resources also presented their first quarter report of the year with information on the permitting production and well count. More>>
The U.S. District Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia upheld the Country-of-Origin Labeling Law today for the third time.
Members of the Industrial Commission want to take a deeper look at data that could establish a benchmark standard for Bakken crude oil. More>>
Hundreds are expected to travel to the Environmental Protection Agency's listening sessions this week to share their views on the agency's existing power plant proposal, including one group from North Dakota. More>>
When stabbings occurred at two hotels in Bismarck just a few weeks apart, it put hotel security in the hot seat. But both police and hotel managers say guests have nothing to worry about. More>>
President and CEO of St. Alexius Medical Center Gary Miller released a statement in response to the information put out by the Federal Trade Commission that St. Alexius has been purchased by Catholic Health Initiatives. More>>
Missing Williams County girl, 15-year-old Megan Grandbois, was found this afternoon after going missing on Monday.
The state is in desperate need of physicians in rural areas, and the North Dakota Area Health Education Center is working to fill that need. More>>
In this week's Inside Business Jim Christianson takes us inside the Center for Technology and Business. More>>
Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring announced a third round of grants to help landowners enhance their property and restore habitat damaged by overland flooding, erosion, and infestation by noxious and invasive species. More>>
North Dakota Insurance Commissioner Adam Hamm announced an agreement with Austin Mutual Insurance Company to resolve an issue over whether it used rates in North Dakota that were not approved by the department. More>>
The North Dakota Highway Patrol and the Burleigh County Sheriff's Office recovered a stolen vehicle after a traffic stop near Menoken yesterday. More>>
It's not always easy finding employment when you're a teenager, but as Moms Everyday correspondent Melanie Bloom shows us - technology is making it easier. More>>
From mic check to makeup, we are taking you behind the scenes at this year's Medora Musical. More>>
An art gallery in downtown Dickinson is drawing a new canvas for those who enjoy to paint, draw and watercolor. More>>
A Belcourt man was sentenced in federal court today on charges of assault with a dangerous weapon. More>>
In August, NBC's Today show will be hosting a 30-day detox, in which people from around the country give something up. More>>
An oil company that has been exploring for gas in an unconventional part of the state has been successful. More>>
The Better Business Bureau is warning consumers about an illegal phone scam that displays their own phone number on caller ID. More>>
If you've spent any time in a hospital you know it can get pretty hectic, especially with the constant noise of alarms. More>>
A family recently lost everything in a house fire and the BHS cheerleaders are hosting a car wash to help out. More>>
A 39-year-old Bismarck man was arrested for terrorizing after threatening his family with a butcher knife. More>>
Six cars were broken into over the weekend and Bismarck police may have caught the man responsible. More>>
An Emmons County man was sentenced to 11 years and seven months in prison after his role in a drug overdose death. More>>
A Bismarck woman was arrested after a report of aggravated assault early Sunday morning.
The Minot man charged with terrorizing, luring minors and promoting obscenity was in court today.
Race day is two months away, but this year's marathon will have a new course that will lead runners over both the Expressway and Memorial bridges and through Sertoma park. More>>
The Burleigh County Highway Department announced that there will be construction from July 28 through the month of September on 80th St. NE. More>>
The driver of a motorcycle was thrown off his bike this morning in North Bismarck. More>>
Police are still investigating what happened to the seven-year-old girl who was shot at on her bicycle on July 25. More>>
Six vehicles had their windshields damaged, possibly by a pellet or BB gun. More>>
You know what they say, breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and MomsEveryday correspondent Taryn Vanderford has this great recipe. More>>
Two people out for a walk Friday evening saved a house from going up in flames. More>>
A traffic stop lead police to a wanted man near 20th Ave. and North Broadway on Sunday.
As North Dakota closes in on it's 125th year of statehood, a special celebration today honored the cultures that were here before that. More>>
Multiple people were arrested in Minot yesterday for using meth. More>>
The Southwest Water Authority announced that contractors will be working on a Southwest Pipeline Project July 28 through the afternoon of July 30.
Last week we told you about Sanford AirMed moving in to the Dickinson area, and when you hear air-ambulance, you're probably thinking about a helicopter. But instead, Sanford will operate a King Air B-200 fixed wing aircraft that can carry a two patients and a highly trained team of flight paramedics, nurses, pilots and mechanics.
More than one hundred people saddled up their horses and headed to Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park to ride for a good cause. More>>
Whether it was their first time shooting or if they've been doing it for years, those who attended the annual family shoot day were bound to learn something new. More>>
Hundreds of hours go into setting up everything at the North Dakota State Fair, but what about tearing it all down? More>>
Royalty could be found running all over the Capitol's South Lawn earlier today. More>>
With all the things to see, do and eat, it can be hard to plan out the perfect way to end the state fair. More>>
In this weeks Dan's Garden, Dan Cashman shows us how to get them out of the container and into the ground. More>>
He's worked for the state's Geological Survey for 33 years, and today John Hoganson was honored for his years of service after announcing his retirement. More>>
The Mayo Clinic is celebrating 150 years of service and to celebrate a mobile mayo museum is traveling across the country to share the history of the hospital. More>>
The Department of Transportation secretary discussed the state's Bakken crude oil as higher in volatility than other oil when announcing new rules for transporting oil by rail. More>>
The former Mandan Fire Chief Peter Gartner was buried today. More>>
Gov. Jack Dalrymple promised, and now 15 new Highway Patrol troopers are headed to western North Dakota. More>>
A West Fargo woman accused in the death of her newborn son has been released on bail. More>>
FEMA has awarded North Dakota three grants totaling more than $7 million to help with state and local preparedness programs to ensure the safety. More>>
Bismarck State College is doing some major renovations this summer. More>>
Another saltwater pipeline leak has been reported by the North Dakota Department of Health, this time near Arnegard.
A seven-year-old girl was shot yesterday while riding her bike in Williston. More>>
A Williston man has pleaded guilty to terrorism and reckless endangerment. More>>
Investigators in West Fargo say a baby's death last month was not by natural causes, and prosecutors have filed charges against the mother. More>>
The intersection of Airway Ave. and Northern Plains Drive will be closed starting July 28.
BNSF crews could be shifting to one man crews to operate trains after a tentative agreement with the Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation union. More>>
A Fort Yates man pleaded guilty to sexually abusing a child. More>>
A huge victory in the State Supreme Court for North Dakota teachers. More>>
Today, Senator Heidi Heitkamp met with VA secretary nominee, Robert McDonald, and questioned him on his approach to restore trust in the VA. More>>
Sen. John Hoeven has introduced the LNG Certainty Act, which he says would expedite permitting of liquefied natural gas facilities. More>>
A Belcourt man pleaded guilty in court today to assault. More>>
It was a rainy and windy morning, but that didn't stop venders from setting up downtown for Urban Harvest. More>>