Drought disaster funding denied by FEMA

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Cause behind string of Atlantic hurricanes

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Nations rush to help Caribbean islands hit by Hurricane Irma

Bismarck's National Weather Service helps track Hurricane Irma with balloons

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Gov. Burgum requests a presidential major disaster declaration

Fire emergency downgraded for Morton County

Total solar eclipse countdown

N.D. Congressional Delegation pushes White House to declare drought disaster for entire state

Drought conditions stressing local markets and gardeners

Bismarck residents with Montana roots collect for wildfire Relief

Gov. Burgum declares drought disaster for counties, tribal nations in N.D.

Bismarck residents enjoy rain for a change

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Alleged Killers Return to Where Kim Jong Un's Half-Brother Was Poisoned

Defense lawyers say the women thought they were involved in a prank for a reality TV show when they encountered Kim Jong Nam.

Niger Attack Was Likely a Set-Up by Terrorists, Officials Say

An emerging theory among investigators is that the U.S. soldiers killed in Niger were set up by terrorists, who were tipped off they'd be in a local village.

Nevadans Can Retroactively Become High School Graduates

Nevada no longer requires high school seniors to pass exit tests to graduate, so it's letting 35 years of students who failed the tests re-apply for diplomas.

Grieving Dad: Find 'Psycho' Behind Shootings in Tampa

Tampa police have linked three fatal shootings in the Seminole Heights neighborhood this month.

Top General Says Families Deserve Answers on Niger, but Has Few

The top U.S. general says the American people, including the families of the fallen soldiers in Niger, deserve answers about this month's deadly ambush. Gen. Joseph Dunford, the Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman, says the four U.S. special operations forces died Oct. 4 amid a "complex situation" and "difficult firefight." Dunford says American forces have been in Niger intermittently for more than two decades.