City of Mandan asking public to help evaluate snow removal operations through ad hoc committee

U.S. Army band leading Trump's Inauguration Parade led by BHS graduate

Brave the Shave celebrating 10th year

Group of Bismarck citizens push for petition to recall Mayor Mike Seminary

Public Service Commission to hold public input meetings on potential MDU rate increase

Bis-Man Transit fares increasing Jan. 15

Local authorities investigating overdoses, suspected overdoses in Bis-Man area

Bismarck Fire Department asking residents to Adopt-a-Hydrant

Family raising money to send hit-and-run victim's body home

Snowmobiling can be harmful to wildlife

Snow removal update for City of Bismarck

Visitors to ND State Capitol asked to park in visitor lot, use south main entrance

Plenty of space at local homeless shelters

Local singer performs for first time in 4 years after recovering from stroke

United Way Home Delivered Meals Program running short on funding

Winter storms put Juke Joint's shipments on ice, pushing it to the brink of closure

St. Mary's Central High School comes together for student injured in fatal explosion

Load More Stories

Upcoming Events

Friday January 20

Saturday January 21

Sunday January 22

  • No Community Events Scheduled for Today

Most Popular

NBC News Headlines

Watch President Trump and First Lady's First Dance

President Trump and the first lady danced to "My Way" at the Liberty Ball.

Driver of Limo Torched in Inauguration Protests Says Things Got Ugly Fast

Veteran limo driver Luis Villarroel said when he asked to protesters to stop banging on his car, they turned on him and objects rained down.

More Than 200 Arrested in Inauguration Day Protests

217 people were arrested and six police officers suffered minor injuries after some protesters set fires and smashed windows in the nation's capital.

What Does It Take to Protect the President?

The operation, especially in the post-9/11 era, is the most sophisticated protection and communications system in the world.

'Chapo' Appears in Court For 'American Justice'

"As you looked into his eyes you could see the surprise, you could see the shock, and ...you could actually see the fear," a federal agent said.