Howl'oween entertains at the capitol for people and pets alike

In the spirit of the season , Oct. 23 was the first annual Howl'oween parade at the Capitol Grounds.


Bismarck wet plate photographer's portrait of boxing legend headed to Smithsonian

The piece didn't come from a typical photoshoot.


Don’t Buy It Until We Try It: Couch Coat

A coat is something you put on to protect you from the elements, rain, snow, wind, whatever mother nature can throw at you. So the people with As Seen on TV products took that concept and adapted it for your furniture.


How to keep color in your planters during the winter months

If you want to keep a little color in your outdoor pots, Dan Cashman has an interesting idea that will get you through until spring.


Measure 2: whether or not to spend K-12 education rainy day fund

Measure 2 is a fight over the state's K-12 education rainy day fund.


Baby with rare birth defect born twice at Texas Children's Hospital

Early in her pregnancy Margaret Boemer got some scary news about her baby.


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Cops Policing Online Transactions in Person

Online deals gone bad are so common that cops are teaming up to establish 'safe zones' where surveillance cameras track all in-person transactions.

California Tour Bus Crashes Into Truck, Killing 13

A tour bus crashed into the back of a truck on I-10 in Palm Springs. In addition to 13 deaths, at least 31 other people were injured, officials said.

Long Silence Common Among Sexual Assault Victims

Regardless what Donald Trump says about his accusers, legal experts say a delay in reporting or publicizing a sex crime doesn't mean it didn't occur.

More than 23 Years Later, Idaho Girl's Disappearance Remains a Mystery

Stephanie Crane was last seen on October 11, 1993.

Driver Hits Miami Church, Injuring 12

Emergency responders transported 12 people Sunday after a car crashed into an Miami Gardens house of worship.