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Minot city leaders say feeding wild animals is prohibited, will research hunting program


One-year anniversary of death of Rolette Co. Deputy Colt Allery


Main Street North Dakota a focus for Burgum


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Blue Alert System used for the first time in Bismarck


Flu restrictions for Trinity Homes in Minot


The Barber's Wife new location


Bismarck Animal Advisory Board discusses 2018 ordinances


Tourism rates at Fort Abraham Lincoln expected to rise


Mandan police seeking public's help locating stolen vehicle, suspect


Minot city council lifts ban on certain species of snakes, keeps ban on backyard hens and BSL


Science panel backs lower drunken driving threshold


House releases bill to overhaul harassment reporting process


Senate Dems question legality of Medicaid work requirements


Amazon releases list of 20 possible cities for second HQ


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At least 11 hurt as car drives into crowd in Rio

Brazilian media quoted police as saying the driver told them he had an epileptic seizure when he plowed into the Copacabana Beach boardwalk.

Prosecutor wants 19 women to testify at Bill Cosby retrial

Bill Cosby faces retrial in April on charges he drugged and sexually assaulted Andrea Constand in 2004.

Feds drop charges against two-thirds of inauguration protest defendants

Prosecutors said they would focus their efforts on 59 remaining defendants who they alleged were the ringleaders of the violence on Jan. 20, 2017.

White supremacists committed most extremist killings in 2017: ADL

White supremacists and other far-right groups committed the majority of extremist-related murders in the United States last year, according to a new report by the Anti-Defamation League.

Amid sex-abuse scandal, Olympic gymnasts will no longer train at Karolyi Ranch

USA Gymnastics says athletes won't have to train at the Karolyi Ranch, where some gymnasts say they were molested by doctor Larry Nassar.