Dickinson High students show skills to local businesses

Bismarck-Mandan unemployment rates reach record low

Bismarck named one of the best cities for global trade

About 12,000 Sears Canada employees to lose jobs as company shuts down 130 stores

Millions of job openings lead to struggles for businesses to find workers

Employment numbers continue to improve in U.S.

Bismarck Larks host job fair to fill out gaming staff

CHI St. Alexius Health to eliminate 25 positions in Bismarck

Job Service North Dakota releases March employment numbers

Under injunction, many say Department of Labor's overtime rule will never see the light of day

Job Service Williston releases latest numbers

Williams County Job Service numbers released

Lawmakers concerned as millennials show little interest in public service

Price recovery leads to rebound in oil jobs



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Terrorism not suspected in fiery Air Force base crash

Why a driver breached the main gate of Travis Air Force Base in California and set himself ablaze with a gas can remains a mystery.

Tens of thousands expected to participate in March For Our Lives

"Let us pray with our legs, let us march in unison to the rhythm of justice, because I say enough is enough," said one Parkland shooting survivor.

State anti-abortion measures gain ground

In Idaho, abortion providers will have to report how many abortions their patients have had, as well as other personal details.

Remains found in Maryland woods identified as missing New Jersey man

The Howard County Police Department says David Gipson Smith's body was found in February 2018 in Green Ridge State Forest in Flintstone, Maryland.

Wayne Huizenga, Blockbuster and Miami Dolphins owner, dies at 80

Huizenga, who began as a garbage hauler, eventually owned the largest trash company in the world. He was also founding owner of baseball's Florida Marlins and the NHL Florida Panthers.