Bismarck Cancer Center's Drive to Survive event surprises special patient

The Bismarck Cancer Center is holding it's Drive to Survive fundraiser Friday.

Cliff Naylor reports on a couple of small town girls from Hazen who are heading to Music City.

There's a way to relive those memories without having to track down an old-time projector that still works.

Downtown construction continues to shrink as projects reach completion.

Countdown to solar eclipse

Minot, state leaders push FEMA to rethink city's floodplain map

Woman donates supplies for every student at school

Don't Buy It, Until We Try It: Trusty Cane

MSU move-in day offers excitement and nervousness

Moms chat about social media sales pitches

PSC hears NSP's plan to upgrade transmission line to Minot

Bismarck Main Street Minute: Farouche, Schweitzer's Gourmet Meats

Stranger watched over 3-year-old left behind on field trip

Study shows alcohol disorders are up in U.S.

Minot man arrested for robbing a GameStop at gunpoint

Steve Bannon out as White House chief strategist

Names released of 2 Minot men killed in rollover crash in Ward County

Fact finding commission to review school funding

Project Service Connect gathers groups to help the homeless

BSC Astronomy Club gets ready for total solar eclipse

Body of 25-year-old man found in submerged vehicle in Stutsman County

One-year sentence in Ward County undercover sex sting

Medical Minute: The perils of sitting too much

Dog Days Rummage Sale Fundraiser for Central Dakota Humane Society

Johnny Norwood, Jr., to serve 25 years for 2015 murder in Minot

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Football star with 33 offers - including all 8 Ivies - makes his pick

Jahmir Smith, a standout football player and student from Sanford, North Carolina, received offers from more than 30 colleges, including all eight Ivy League schools. Now he's made his decision.

Judge Rejects Bid by Polanski's Rape Victim to End Case

A judge ruled that the court could not dismiss a case "merely because it would be in the victim's best interest."

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Thousands set out on a pilgrimage of peace along Barcelona's famous La Rambla after the horrific van attack that claimed at least 13 lives.

Campaign to Topple Confederate Statues Expands to Other Markers

An invigorated movement to take down Confederate monuments has brought more attention to markers that honor figures who have been deemed racist.