Back-to-school traffic safety

Temporary detour route in southeast Minot

Semi-truck blocks traffic on 6th Street in Minot

Drivers in Minot to regain partial access to Central Avenue

Bismarck police increase patrols around school zones

Lane reduction on Bismarck Expressway in effect until Sept. 8

Street opening in downtown Minot

Driving safety course targets young adults

One-way traffic on some downtown Bismarck streets changes to two-way

City to eliminate one-way streets in downtown Bismarck

Entrance changing for Roosevelt Park Zoo during Burdick construction

Downtown Minot infrastructure improvements update

Construction to begin June 19 on ND Hwy 6, 19th St. SW in Mandan

Road construction continues on Main Street in williston

Bismarck Police remind travelers to use caution during summer events

High temps lead to concrete crumbling in Bismarck

North Dakota traffic fatalities up sharply compared to 2016

Ward County Planning Commission changes course on right-of-ways following landowner backlash

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