Unified Sports comes to Bismarck high schools

Many students with intellectual disabilities have never gotten the chance to wear a school jersey, or be on the home team.

Fargo Democrat Ben Hanson announced his intention to run for North Dakota's lone seat in the United States House of Representatives Wednesday.

Bismarck police are looking for the driver of a vehicle that crashed into a house while going about 90 miles per hour on a city street.

Kindergartner Jillian Bossie, could only describe the first day of school excitement one way.

Countdown to solar eclipse

Minot man accused of photographing nude women headed for trial

Zoo releases rehabilitated bald eagle with ceremony

Judge: no bail relief for convicted trafficker

National Roller Coaster Day

Personal journey: Living with a GI tube

New Innovation School in Bismarck uses strength-based model

Defense fires back over no-contact order in Minot murder case

Vietnam graffiti exhibit offers honest depiction of wartime introspection

North Dakota PSC reschedules DAPL hearing for early October

Minot's Domestic Violence Crisis Center receives $15,000 grant

Name of new Bismarck Public Schools athletic complex announced

United Way Day of Caring takes over Bismarck

Under pressure, Trump disbands business advisory councils

Fire emergency downgraded for Morton County

Mandatory water ration in Minot lifted

City of Burlington shutting off water temporarily Wednesday for repairs

State Senator Campbell to run against Heitkamp

Man arrested in Minot stabbing

State, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe collaborate for elk hunting season

Total solar eclipse countdown

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HBO Investigating Hack of Twitter Accounts

Several of HBO's Twitter accounts were briefly taken over by a hacker or hackers claiming to be the notorious OurMine Team.

Marchers Let 'Little Light' Shine to Replace Torches of Hate at UVA

Footage from the vigil showed a sea of flickering candles and glow sticks waving in the night sky, where days earlier white nationalists bared menacing torches.

Military Joint Chiefs Denounce Charlottesville Racism

A group of military leaders broke with President Donald Trump and rebuked the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville over the weekend — a near-historic development for U.S. civil-military relations.

Phoenix Mayor Doesn't Want Trump Rally in His City Next Week

The Aug. 22 rally will take place at the Phoenix Convention Center, the campaign said.

Sen. Ted Cruz Blasts White Nationalists in Charlottesville as 'Idiots'

"The Nazis and Klansmen and white supremacists who gathered there — they're racists, they're bigots, they're idiots," Cruz said Wednesday.