You won't find many members of this team riding the conventional stationary bike. But they'll do what their bodies allow them to. More>>
Author Roxane Solonen presented her work to Standing Rock students today.
Melted snow has revealed another illegal dumping site in the northern part of the state. A dozen garbage cans, and two dozen garbage bags containing low level radioactive filter socks were discovered on a property north of Crosby.
Even though Earth Day was yesterday, the Earth Day's planning committee hosted it's seventh annual festival this afternoon. More>>
Townships and counties in western North Dakota will receive $6.1 million for road repair projects. More>>
Many tobacco smokers are making the switch to electronic cigarettes. But, some say they aren't a safer alternative.
A Scranton woman is capturing the attention of millions of people around the country and on social media. More>>
The man accused of setting fire to Dickinson Trinity High School last month will go to trial soon. More>>
A Bismarck man was arrested for marijuana and synthetic drugs after a search warrant was issued on his car and apartment. More>>
It's no secret medical equipment and the services that come along with it are expensive. Dr. Murphy and his team were determined to find a solution.
The body of a 39-year-old woman has been found in a field near Fort Yates. More>>
Some of us need a little help when it comes to selecting a piece of artwork, or redecorating a whole house. More>>
Graduation ceremonies for the class of 2014 are almost here. One of the most popular and traditional ways to capture special occasions like these. That's not new. But what is fairly recent is the selfie craze. More>>
Senator Heidi Heitkamp visits United Tribes Technical College to host a roundtable discussion about her bill that would create a Commission on Native Children. More>>
Most people don't want to think about filing their taxes next year, but new IRS expensing rules could mean major changes for small business owners and farmers. More>>
A former University of Jamestown student has been found guilty of terrorizing. More>>
A Dickinson man has been sentenced to seven and a half years in prison for bank robbery. More>>
A transmission line that would bring energy to western North Dakota, is one step closer to putting poles in the ground. More>>
If you want to skip the line at the Post Office counter, these types of machines can help, the United States Postal Service is sending six new mobile, point-of-sale devices to North Dakota. More>>
Fifth St. in Bismarck will be closed between Front and Sweet Ave. until the end of the week. More>>
The former Trinity High School principal accused of setting a fire inside the school in early March waived his preliminary hearing today, and pleaded not guilty to felony charges of arson and endangering by fire or explosion. More>>
A tribal paleontology department is hoping to bring a museum to Standing Rock. More>>
A Wyoming man drowned on Saturday after his canoe tipped over in Patterson Lake southwest of Dickinson. More>>
Graduates may find DEAL One loan beneficial because of lower interest rates. More>>
Students have to retain a lot of information to succeed, and some of them might turn to prescriptions for focus.
North Dakota can help create energy independence for the U.S. and reduce European reliance on Russian natural gas. More>>
Ruth Meiers will move it's main office to the new location tomorrow, and they are expecting the apartments to be done in late June. More>>
Tonight, First Lady Michelle Obama and Megan Mullally guest star on the special one-hour Parks and Recreation Season Finale followed by the the Saturday Night Live Presents SNL Shorts Special hosted by Andy Samberg. Later, Steven Tyler stops by on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and Late Night has Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann.
The animals at Roosevelt Park zoo received some new toys on Thursday, and it's all geared toward enhancing their quality of life.