First Warn Local Weather 06/22/17

First Warn Local Weather 06/22/17

Runners conquer Harmon Lake Trail Fest

Runners of all shapes, sizes, and skill levels were challenging the trails around Harmon Lake June 23 and 24.

North Dakota's Cowboy Hall of Fame inducts eight

Cowboys and Ranchers were gathering in Medora by the hundreds this weekend.

Sailor who died at Pearl Harbor returned to North Dakota

On December 7th, 1941, North Dakota native Arnold Neuenschwander was assigned to the USS Oklahoma, which was docked at Ford Island, Pearl Harbor.

McQuade Tournament offers much more than just softball

Come for the games, stay for the good times.

A look at the process of chip sealing Bismarck's roads

Construction is eating up streets all over Bismarck. It seems like every time you make a turn you can see crews working on the roads.

 

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At least 31 more people were still missing after a boat carrying about 160 people sank in Colombia on Sunday, authorities said.

Dirty Business of Getting Clean: Florida's Drug Treatment Scandal

As three mothers learned too late, South Florida's billion-dollar drug treatment industry is a minefield of fatal overdoses, fraud and unscrupulous operators.

Fire Closes California Freeway; Evacuations Ordered

A brush fire in Santa Clarita climbed over hillsides north of Los Angeles and spread to about 750 acres Sunday, forcing freeway closures and evacuations.

Faulty Airbag Maker Takata Files for Bankruptcy

In a joint statement, the Michigan-based company buying Takata's assets said no layoffs or plant closings were planned.

153 Killed After Pakistani Oil Tanker Explodes

The Pakistan oil tanker explosion killed at least 153 people, mostly onlookers or motorists who stopped and attempted to gather leaking fuel.