Gov. Dalrymple delivers final budget proposal before leaving office

North Dakota's future looks very different today than it did in 2014, the last time Governor Jack Dalrymple advised lawmakers.

Weekly Wentz Update

Sunday was a tough one to swallow for Carson Wentz and the Eagles. They trailed 29-0 at one point in their loss to the 4-7-1 Bengals.

Sunday was a tough one to swallow for Carson Wentz and the Eagles.

Sunday was a tough one to swallow for Carson Wentz and the Eagles. They trailed 29-0 at one point in their loss to the 4-7-1 Bengals.

Cold temps cause ice to form rapidly on Missouri River

We don't typically think of flooding this time of year, but it can happen as ice begins to form on the Missouri River.

Legislation may allow homeowners to stay on the banks of Lake Tschida

After the Bureau of Reclamation told Lake Tschida homeowners being told they'd have to leave by 2021, a bill recently passed in the U-S House may soon allow them to stay.

Harsh winter weather presents challenges for ND ranchers

Massive snow drifts created by 50 mile per hour winds are forcing farmers to dig deep to manage livestock herds.

Blood banks asking for donations after snow storms closed centers

United Blood Services has been forced to close as employees have been unable to get to work.

 

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