Minot law enforcement officers react to Rolette County shooting

Law enforcement around the state is reacting to the tragic passing of Deputy Colt Allery.

Winter Daze brings promise of summer to Mandan

Mandan Winter Daze has begun, bringing family fun to Mandan this week.

Triple H Horse Rescue saves 15 starving horses and more

Two Slope County residents are awaiting trial for not feeding their animals. Those animals have been rescued by Triple H Miniature Horse Rescue.

Bismarck women's rights protesters march on the capital

Mr. Donald Trump swore in as the 45th president yesterday. Today protesters in Washington DC are joining hands for one of several Women's Marches.

UND rematch with Duluth

It was a series the University of North Dakota wanted to forget. Now it�s providing some inventive as the Fighting Hawks take on Minnesota Duluth again.

Braves Girls Basketball

It�s about the midway point of the WDA basketball season, and on the girls side there are three teams with four conference wins

Home weekend for Marauders

After sweeping last week�s road double-header, the University of Mary Men�s Basketball Team is back on the right path.


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