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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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A swimmer tried to cross some very rough waters but was ultimately unsuccessful and needed to be rescued by authorities.

Sergey Kislyak, Moscow's Top Diplomat in the U.S., Returning to Russia

Moscow's top diplomat in the U.S. — the central figure in suspicions about Donald Trump connections with Russia — is returning home.

Eight Years Later, No Answers in Disappearance of Washington Girl

Lindsey Baum disappeared while walking home on June 26, 2009.

Death Race: Florida's First Responders Rush From One Overdose to the Next

On a recent Friday night, NBC News rode along as Delray Beach Fire Rescue revived a series of opioid overdose victims.

Salvador Dali's Remains to Be Exhumed After Paternity Claim

A Madrid judge has ordered the remains of surrealist Spanish artist Salvador Dali to be exhumed in order to take DNA samples following a paternity claim.