Bismarck man sentenced to almost 2 years in prison for aggravated assault, reckless endangerment

A 40-year-old Bismarck man will spend about two years in prison for assaulting a man, resulting in the victim being shot in the chest.


A sixth trial delay has been granted by a federal judge in North Dakota for a flight attendant accused of fabricating bomb threats back in July of 2015. Justin Cox-Server's attorney asked for more time to prepare for trial.


Investigators are searching for answers into what caused the deadly Hoboken train crash.



Government shutdown averted. With less than 48 hours until their deadline, Congress successfully passed a government funding bill. But in a few months, they’ll be at it again. The process has lawmakers on both sides fed up with the system. Washington Correspondent Kellie Meyer reports.


#MagicCashMob brings jolt of business to 52 West


Williston Retail Summit encourages business growth in the Bakken


K9 fights crime despite blindness


Dickinson State University fall enrollment increases


2016 Hostfest Chester Award recipients


Mandan man leads Dickinson Police on extensive foot chase


Law enforcement, protesters speak out regarding protest actions


Refugees share personal stories with members of Congress


Designer creates wedding dress to honor breast cancer survivors


Williston Police asking for help finding missing man


Sidney, Mont., Area Chamber of Commerce hires new executive director


Mayville, N.D. man accepts challenge from European golfers, sinks putt at Ryder Cup


Morton County addresses crop sprayer near DAPL protesters


North Dakota native Clint Hill talks 'Five Presidents' at Norsk Hostfest


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Minot man charged with child sex crime enters not guilty plea


Bismarck families tell stories of loss, hope battling childhood cancer


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