Will-Moore Walks to DC for Technology Fundraiser

Posted: 10/02/2015 - To raise money for new technology, Will-Moore Elementary students went for quite the adventure Friday. Students walked all the way to Washington, D.C., but in a different way.

Couple Makes Sawdust Together

Posted: 10/02/2015 - You'll find Alan and Dolly Erickson in their garage just as often as you'll find them inside the house. This is their sanctuary, their refuge from the rocking chair.

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El-Dweek Sworn in as Northwest Judicial District Judge

The oil industry may be slowing down, but the caseload for Northwest Judicial District judges isn't. There are three district judges in Williams County and one in McKenzie County. Wednesday, one was added to the list.

Grandma's Smoking Could Impact Your Kids

Posted: 09/30/2015 - Scientists now believe the effects of smoking could skip a generation. So if a woman smokes during pregnancy, it could cause asthma in her grandkids.

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Primetime Tonight

Updated: 4:08 AM - Tonight on Sunday Night Football, the Dallas Cowboys take on the New Orleans Saints. Plus tomorrow the blind auditions continue on The Voice followed by an all-new Blindspot.

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4 California Students Arrested in School Shooting Plot

Four students were arrested Friday in California after police discovered a "detailed" plan to "shoot and kill as many people as possible" at a high school.

FBI Issues Safety Warning to Philadelphia Area Colleges

The FBI has issued an alert to all Philadelphia area colleges and universities because of a social media threat.

Doctors' Group Denies Taliban Were Firing From Hospital

"In any case, bombing a fully functioning hospital can never be justified," Doctor's Without Borders said.

New Search for Ship Lost Off Bahamas in Hurricane Joaquin

The El Faro departed from Jacksonville on Sept. 29, when Joaquin was still a tropical storm, with 28 crew members from the United States and five from Poland.

Families Mourn Victims of Guatemala Landslide

Weeping families lit candles for relatives buried in a massive landslide in Guatemala that killed at least 95 people and left another 300 missing and feared dead, as final, desperate rescue efforts began on Sunday.

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