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Bismarck drivers continue to deal with hazardous road conditions


Visibility issues continue on Hwy 2 west of Minot


Tips for safe driving on the snow, ice


Century Avenue closed, traffic reduced Tuesday for snow removal


Bismarck Public Works working hard to clear snow


Some Emmons County students have extended snow days


Downtown Bismarck businesses wait it out for snow removal


Bismarck snow removal update


Weather Closings & Delays


UPDATE: No travel advisory lifted for southwestern North Dakota


National Weather Service addresses concerns over snow and spring flooding


Kids in Minot using snow to their advantage


Bismarck small engine repair shop says snowblower repairs popular this winter


Snow causes business to slow for some in Downtown Bismarck


Dunn County Sheriff's Department purchases search and rescue equipment


Bismarck Public Works Department works to push, move snow throughout the city


No travel advisory lifted for City of Bismarck


UPDATE: Some MDU customers to have power restored Wednesday


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