Safety

North Dakota election systems targeted but not breached


NDSC opens new campus


N.D. AG says more than 248,000 North Dakotans affected by Equifax data breach


Minot offers Citizens Public Safety Academy


An inside look at Bismarck Rural Fire Department training


Public safety officials emphasize safety during 2017 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally


New child passenger safety law takes affect August 1


Remembering to share the road with bicyclists


Railroad crossing safety awareness


Minot Dive Team conducts rescue training


Bismarck Event Center addresses safety in wake of Manchester attack


NDDOT uses virtual reality video to educate people on importance of wearing seat belts


Bismarck Police give bicyclists safety tips


Distracted drivers cause 1 in 4 accidents


Minot fire crews ask residents to check smoke detectors


When it's time to change your clocks, it's time to change your smoke alarm batteries


Firefighters attend 63rd Annual State Fire School


ND seat belt use below national average, but increasing


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