Outdoors

Bismarck outdoor ice skating rinks finally freezing


Hunting Dakota with Roosevelt shooting for $1 million raised


Entrance fee will be waived at Theodore Roosevelt National Park Friday


Making things right at Double Ditch after 2011 flood


Bismarck's outdoor pools announce closing schedule


Fur Traders Rendezvous brings history to Life at the State Fair


New trail improvements hope to increase traffic to Patterson Lake


A day in the life of a lifeguard


Boating safety tips for summer


Forestry team works to plant, maintain Bismarck gardens


Wilton Mine Shooting Range will be closed until further notice due to dry conditions


Law enforcement patrols to increase as summer activities begin


Safety tips for summer boating season


Getting ready for fishing season in N.D.



 

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Gulf Coast wreck could be last U.S. slave ship

The remains of a wooden vessel recently found near Mobile, Alabama, may be the last slave-carrying ship to land in the United States. Experts say the wreckage could be the Clotilda, which was burned after delivering African captives to Mobile in 1860.

Sexual harassment cancellations cost Netflix $39 million

Buried in Netflix's latest earnings report: The company spent $39 million on shows that it didn't release because two leading men were accused of sexual harassment.

Submarine owner charged with abusing journalist before killing her

Kim Wall, a freelance journalist who was researching a story on the entrepreneur and aerospace engineer Peter Madsen, went missing after he took her out to sea

Kim Jong Un's Olympic thaw doesn't mean he's now a 'very good neighbor'

This year's games in South Korea's PyeongChang will be the first to feature athletes from the South and North on a unified Olympic team.

'Same blood' bonds unified Korean Olympic hockey team

Kim Jong Un's regime isn't worried about a lack of bonding as the Korean Olympic women's hockey team bids for it own "miracle on ice."