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Ringling Bros. to close, has interesting connection to North Dakota


Competition tests people's ability to use firearms for defense


Mini Flea Market helps raise money for the Mandan Heritage Plaza


Quiet Rail Program implemented in Downtown Bismarck


Missing N.D. hunter found safe


N.D. Cowboy Hall of Fame unveils bronze 'Six Pack' sculpture


Don't Buy It, Until We Try It: MSA 30x Sound Amplifier


A look back at the top news stories from 2016


Snow emergency declared for Ward County, Minot leaders meeting Friday


North Dakota Supreme Court Justice Dale Sandstrom to retire


N.D. population hits all-time high


Puklich Sports Expo features live deer


Bank building blunder


Dressing for the Cold: Comfort and Fashion


Bismarck Police seek help locating missing 31-year-old Michigan man


Morton County Sheriff's Department releases names of victims in house explosion


Animals at the Dakota Zoo deal with bitterly cold temperatures and snow


Legislation may allow homeowners to stay on the banks of Lake Tschida


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