Dreams in Motion camp works with people that have mobility challenges or visual impairments, but the camp is open to all. More>>
Many emergency crews responded to the fire yesterday, so Mercy Medical Center helped provide food for them. More>>
Several unexpected staff vacancies forced the Welcome House homeless shelter to close down this month. Board members say they plan to re-open within the next two months. More>>
The town of Napoleon and chiropractors from across the state are coming together to help out a local doctor and his family. More>>
A fruit packaging company has issued a recall for Sweet 2 Eat brand peaches, plums, nectarines and pluots because of potential contamination by listeria. More>>
A 34-year-old Fort Totten man was arrested for DUI, driving under suspension and terrorizing after an incident at Walmart in South Bismarck. More>>
A follow up to story we told you about in January. Thomas Bortness, 55, was scheduled to go on trial for luring minors over the internet. More>>
North Dakota's first fair was held in Minot in 1922 and was organized by the Northwest Agricultural Livestock and Fair Association. Ninety-two years later, the fair has grown and evolved, but it still holds true to its agricultural roots. More>>
A 26-year-old Minot man was arrested for drugs early this morning. More>>
A utility trailer was reported stolen sometime between Saturday morning and Sunday morning. More>>
More than $970 worth of items were stolen from a car parked in front of the Bismarck Scheels store. More>>
Residents in Bismarck and Mandan have seen prices level off in the past week. More>>
North Dakota's Superintendent is working to implement a new education program for North Dakota schools called Indian Education for All. More>>
Inspectors work hard to make sure the rides at the State Fair are safe each day.
Fire departments in the Minot area came together today to learn about hazmat situations on the railroads. The training sessions are going on over three days. More>>
In its 49th year, the North Dakota State Fair owes its success to its agricultural roots.
From fried food, to carnival rides and agricultural exhibits, you can find just about anything at the 49th annual North Dakota State Fair. That includes extreme pogo stunts. More>>
Members of the military work hard everyday to protect our country and the North Dakota State Fair has devoted a day to their services. More>>
The North Dakota Department of Health says their main concern for Williston residents is smoke inhalation after the explosion early this morning. More>>
Dickinson will soon be home to Sanford AirMed, an air-ambulance service that provides medical transport for critically ill or injured patients. More>>
Investigators don't know how long the fire from today's explosion will take to burn itself out, and crews continue to monitor Williston's air quality.
Streets were littered with leaves, branches and other debris in the small town. More>>
Two vehicles were involved in a crash just after 11:00 a.m. at the bypass on Highway 83. More>>
An update on the explosion at Red River Supply in Williston. More>>
The first Indian Education Summit for North Dakota was held at the capitol today. Educators from across the state were invited to come and share ideas as well as learn ways to help keep native children in school. More>>
Midcontinent Communications estimates 30,000 people were affected by an internet outage this morning. More>>
In this week's Inside Business Jim Christianson takes us inside the Broadway Centre condo project. More>>
Sinner says if elected, he wants to pass Legislation to ensure Congress does not get paid unless they are doing their job. More>>
The flames and the blast demanded the attention of Williston residents. Many went to the site to see what was going on. More>>
An update on a man reported missing yesterday in Dunn County. More>>
Police say a 50-inch flat screen TV was taken from a storage unit in Bismarck on Sunday. More>>
Police say a woman tasered and pepper sprayed her friend yesterday at a Bismarck hotel. More>>
Heavy rain and wind moved through the area yesterday evening.
Two weeks ago, the Williams County Commission met with Pilot Logistics to discuss the details on a pending fine.
Jobs, like oil, isn't lacking in our state. But having a booming economy can create challenges for some.
More than $175,000 in federal funding are headed to the Coalition of Indian Housing Authorities in North Dakota. More>>
There’s one game at the fair that you don’t have to buy tickets to play. It’s the Instagram contest. More>>
No visit to the North Dakota State Fair would be complete without a stop at the Fur Traders Rendezvous. More>>
The McKenzie County School District broke ground today for a new high school. More>>
The North Dakota State Fair has a system in place to help visitors cool down. Minot Community Ambulance has a cool-down station that is open all day. More>>
The new owners of a popular pizzeria in Bismarck say they plan on building on the businesses previous success. More>>
The 47th case of hepatitis C has been identified in Minot. More>>
A Dickinson man was sentenced today for robbing a Medina bank back in October. More>>
If you are trying to beat the heat, well so are the animals at the Dakota Zoo. More>>
When heat is at its worst, your body can be forced beyond its capacity to cool itself down. And that can lead to some major problems. More>>
While it's no secret unemployment is scarce in the city of Williston, a new demographic has been taking advantage of the employment opportunities offered from the oil boom. More>>
Bismarck and Mandan Rural Fire Departments were dispatched to a large house fire near the Island Road Area earlier this afternoon. More>>
A Minot man was arrested for possession on meth late last night. More>>
A 30-year-old Bismarck woman was arrested for child abuse and neglect after police found drugs within reach of two children in her custody. More>>
A Bismarck woman was injured after a hit and run early Saturday morning. More>>
A 35-year-old man is dead after he lost control of his vehicle early Sunday morning. More>>
Police ask the public for assistance in providing information regarding a bar fight in Minot this weekend.
A mobile home near Burlington was destroyed in a late-morning fire, but nobody was hurt. More>>
A man from the Fort Berthold Reservation was sentenced in federal prison Wednesday on sexual abuse charges. More>>
The Public service commission has approved a pipeline that will supply crude to an oil hub and a refinery in Dickinson. More>>
There's a yearly event in Bismarck that's not only raising money for suicide prevention, it's also bringing those affected a little bit closer together. More>>
Horse owners from across North America came to the All Seasons Arena on day three of the North Dakota State Fair for this year's horse pull. More>>
Police are looking for the driver of a 2007 GMC pickup. More>>
The temps are still scorching and unfortunately some homes in South Bismarck were without power tonight. More>>
We're less than six weeks away from Bismarck State College celebrating its 75th anniversary with a party at the newly remodeled MDU Resources Community Bowl. This is the first major event that the MDU Bowl will host before its grand opening in September. The celebration is in conjunction with the BJC/BSC all-school reunion.
Football players from the Bismarck Demons team traded in their helmets and pads for running shoes today. More>>
Earlier this week we told you about drowning prevention and how most of the incidents we've seen here in North Dakota could have been avoided if the victim knew how to swim better, or if someone there knew how to help. More>>
The North Dakota State Fair may have started Friday, but the fun kicked off Saturday with the annual State Fair Parade. More>>
The Minot City Council has officially approved Lee Staab as the new City Manager. More>>
If you didn't manage to get grandstand tickets before they sold out, there is still plenty of free entertainment at the North Dakota State Fair. More>>
Senator John Hoeven is pushing for rail officials to relieve the current backlog of rail traffic that ships agriculture products before this fall's harvest. More>>
Minot's City Council has approved a Flood Emergency Declaration today during a special meeting. More>>
12 vendors competed in the 2014 North Dakota State Fair Food Frenzy competition. More>>
In this weeks Dan's Garden Dan Cashman shows us some unique features in a local Bismarck residents back yard. More>>
The population explosion in Dunn County has law enforcement stretched thin even with an increase in deputies. The sheriff's department currently has 13 deputies and is looking for two more. More>>
Shanks Golf Shop and La Tejana Mexican Market are both the first of their kind in the capital city.
In this week's Don't Buy It, Till We Try It, TaTiana Cash tests out the efficiency of the Universal K Cup.
Almost half of the work related fatalities in North Dakota were from the oil and gas industry. OSHA is trying to reduce those numbers and is implementing the focus enforcement initiative throughout the state. More>>
Communities across the state have seen rapid growth over the last few years. And with that growth comes change. There's a new church in Bismarck. And it just might surprise you. More>>
Dickinson residents may have to hold out on watering their lawn and washing their cars for the next few weeks. The city announced they are implementing temporary water restrictions. More>>
Trinity Health in Minot responded to a lawsuit filed by a care facility that was home to a major hepatitis C outbreak saying it was not responsible, but ManorCare stands by their convictions.
Sen. John Hoeven is pushing for rail officials to relieve the current backlog of rail traffic that ships agriculture products before this fall's harvest. More>>
A 55-year-old Bismarck man was arrested for heroin. More>>
Members of the Legislative Council spent the last six months putting together a website that details the history of the Legislative Assembly. More>>
The Dunn County state's attorney is retiring and that's going to put even more pressure on the present assistant state's attorney.
Last week, Minot's City Council approved the plans and specs for the project, aimed at improving infrastructure in the downtown area. More>>
It could be a sign that Microsoft is falling behind the times. The software giant has announced it will cut 18,000 jobs within the next year. More>>
Seven-hundred barrels of oil was recently stolen from a well sites. At more than $100 a barrel that makes this theft total over $70,000. The Dunn County Sheriff's Office is pursuing all leads, but no one was present at the time of the theft. More>>
Minot's City Council approved the plans and specs for the project last week, but there are still more approvals needed before the city can put bids out for the project. More>>
2nd Ave. SW is closed from the driveway to the Minot Police Department east to 4th St. SW.
Estately has published a study of the scariest states, and North Dakota came in 49th place, just ahead of South Dakota. More>>
A Tioga woman survived a crash involving a semi in Burlington yesterday. More>>
Trinity Health says it's not responsible for the hepatitis C outbreak at a Minot nursing home.
The North Dakota State Fair kicks off tomorrow. More>>
You're never too old to help someone else. That seems to be a theme at the Good Samaritan Center in Bismarck. More>>
The state legacy fund has hit another record. State Treasurer Kelly Schmidt transferred $112 million into the account today. More>>
School starts in a few weeks, and health officials say now is the time to get your children vaccinated. More>>
Basin Electric's board of directors approved the energy co-op to join a regional transmission organization called SouthWest Power Pool. More>>
Prosecutors say Jonathon Horvath shot and killed Derrick Spiegel after an argument outside a strip club in Williston in March of last year. More>>
North Dakota schools are going to get a payout next spring.
Sen. Heidi Heitkamp wants to make sure that the federal government provides resources to the northern border. More>>
The Children's Music Academy uses musical instruments to train ears at a young age.
Interstate Ave. will be closed to through traffic between Century Ave. and Springfield St. starting July 21. More>>
An update to a story we ran Monday. Bismarck police say a stabbing was reported at the Bismarck Motor Hotel Sunday night. More>>
Clean up of the brine spill on the Fort Berthold Reservation continues this week, with the spill impacting some of the vegetation in the area. More>>
A recent article published in the Business Insider ranks the state as having the most fatalities per 100,000 people. More>>
Boaters check the pump before hitting the water this summer, or you could cause harm to your engine.
Every new beginning starts with a strong foundation. Large cross beams were slowly lifted off the ground, and then into place, on Wednesday at Christ Lutheran Church. More>>
Two families were displaced after a house fire in Minot early this morning.
Job Service of North Dakota says the average annual wage by county list is trending upward. More>>
Water may not be everywhere in North Dakota, but drowning is still a concern, especially now that the temps are high and the pools are packed. More>>
The monkeys often steal the show when visitors go to the Dakota Zoo, and construction of a new primate center will give them even more opportunity to shine. More>>
Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem says the Industrial Commission, of which he is a member, violated the open records law. More>>
A recent survey shows people are actually willing to pay more for their big day than ever before. While couples used to look to cut costs by using fake or less expensive flowers, businesses are seeing fewer clients concerned with penny-pinching when it comes to tying the knot. More>>
Back in May, we told you about three men from Mandan who ventured from Bismarck to Clearwater, Fla. on bicycles raising money for cancer research. More>>
The Senior Babe Ruth State Tournament begins tomorrow for every team except the Fargo Jets, the number-one seed earned a first-round. The Bismarck Senators are the number-three seed. More>>
Williston State College is going through a baby boom similar to what the city is experiencing. The college has made sure all the new mothers and pregnant employees get the help they need throughout the process. More>>
The Dunn County Sheriff's Department is asking the public to look for a Killdeer woman that has been missing since Saturday. More>>
Minot Park's Executive Director, Ron Merritt, confirmed that the Minot Park's Horticulturist, Steve Wharton, has been let go from the position. More>>
A Bismarck teacher wanted to connect home school students and teachers with the click of a mouse.
The Bureau of Land Management, which handles oil and gas leases on land owned by the federal government, sold 50 federal leases covering more than 15,000 acres in North and South Dakota today.
There's a lot of construction going on in North Dakota, but not all of it is legal. More>>
Police say a Grafton woman shot herself in the leg while trying to scare off an intruder. More>>
Several farmers were selling some of their harvest at the BisMarket in Sertoma Park this afternoon, but soon, they may have a stable spot to sell their goods. More>>
More than $1,300 worth of tools were stolen from a trailer home in south Bismarck. More>>
Stress and high saturated fat foods can increase inflammation which then causes different hormones to be released in the body, which decreases your fat-burning ability. More>>
Only six more weeks until Bismarck State College celebrates its 75th anniversary with a party in the newly remodeled MDU Resources Community Bowl. More>>
The North Dakota Forensic Examiner's office to be examined, where they were determined to be from the 1500s or 1600s. More>>
One century old business has learned to adapt with advancing technology without sacrificing quality. More>>
A nine mile long transmission line could have a big impact on transporting power generated in the state to other parts of the Midwest. More>>
It may feel like summer just started, but the words back to school are already popping up around Minot. Staples officially launched the 2014 back to school season today. More>>
The Highway Patrol released the name of the victim from the run over accident at the Towner County Medical Center parking lot on July 14. More>>
Total crime is up 5.5 percent from last year, which includes violent crimes such as rape and robbery along with property crimes like burglaries and shop lifting. More>>
Sen. Hoeven sent a letter to DEA administrator, Michele Leonhart requesting the support in light of the recent crime statistics.
Whiting Petroleum Corporation is now the largest producer in the state's Bakken formation. The company stole that title from Continental Resources after purchasing Kodiak Oil and Gas for $3.8 billion over the weekend. More>>
Policyholders with the state fire and tornado fund will not have to pay premiums this year. More>>
It's no secret that stress can lead to over eating. Well, new studies are showing that eating foods high in saturated fat can lead to gaining 11 pounds per year. More>>
The Footlights and Greasepaint Youth Theatre kicked off their performance of "The Unprincess in Sidney" last Saturday. More>>
After five years, North Dakota hunters will have another opportunity to hunt pronghorn antelope.
A Minot woman was injured in an accident just before noon Monday near Carrington. More>>
North Dakota celebrates 125 years of statehood this August with music, food, arts and games. More>>
A former Walmart employee was arrested for embezzling more than $1,700 worth of cash and merchandise. More>>
A 30-year-old man is dead after a semi driver accidentally ran him over yesterday. More>>
Make up used to be considered for women only, but not anymore. In this week's Inside Business Jim Christianson takes us inside the Lancome counter at Herbergers. More>>
The Burke County Sheriff says a woman drowned over the weekend when her boat capsized on Powers Lake. More>>
A public reception was held tonight at the Grand Hotel for people who want to meet the candidates for the city manager search. More>>
Suicide is the eighth leading cause of death right here in North Dakota. More>>
Cleanup began at Midway liquor in Mandan today after a truck slammed through the building over the weekend. More>>
The Industrial Commission passed a flaring order on June 1 that requires companies to submit gas capture plans. And the process has created a slight backlog in approving drilling permits. More>>
You've probably heard about distracted driving, but what about distracted dining? More people are using their cell phones while eating out. One server says it makes it more difficult to do her job efficiently. More>>
Moore's Shou Shu Martial Arts is offering free self-defense classes for women in the community. More>>
Children aren't the only victims of the dangers of secondhand smoke. Local experts say second hand smoke could be worse for your pets’ health than for your kids. More>>
Airmen, local community leaders and family members gathered in Minot Air Force Base's Doc 1 for the 5th Bomb Wing Change of Command Ceremony. More>>
The North Dakota State Fair is just days away, and visitors will get an opportunity to support North Dakota businesses from around the state at the annual Pride of Dakota Day on July 21. More>>
Fifteen thousand new libraries have been built across America with ten of them in Bismarck. These new reading centers aren't million dollar buildings but are simple structures like a mail box.
For Three Brothers, paintball is one of just two fields in the state and co-owner Tim Zander says all they wanted was a safe and fun environment to let the paint fly.
For Three Brothers, paintball is one of just two fields in the state and co-owner Tim Zander says all they wanted was a safe and fun environment to let the paint fly.
For many of us, flip flops are essential on hot summer days, but even though they're cool and comfortable, sandals can cause some problems for your feet.
Oil development and production have produced 55 thousand jobs in North Dakota. Petroleum employment can be dangerous, requires long hours in extreme weather, and for some, separation from family and friends.
A 16-year-old girl was thrown from a vehicle last night after the car she was riding in crashed into a ditch. More>>
The North Dakota Highway Patrol tells us a Reynolds, North Dakota man was driving towards Thompson when he lost control of his ATV on the loose gravel road. More>>