It's been a very tough year for potato growers in some areas of North Dakota. The 2016 crop in the northeast corner of the state is being described as one of the worst ever because of excessive moisture.
An EPA regulation that would have priced many agricultural retail facilities out of selling anhydrous ammonia has been struck down by an appeals court in Washington.
The Bismarck Fire department says they responded to a storage unit fire early Thursday morning at about 6 a.m. on the 2400 block of Morrison Avenue.
The Harlem Globetrotters travel the world entertaining fans with their unique style of basketball.
The Democratic-Non Partisan League has three Native Americans running for statewide or national office on the November ballot.
Interest rates are linked to almost every financial transaction we make. Whether it's taking out a mortgage, a car loan or even a credit card. When we make payments on those loans, we pay interest and the amount we pay in interest could be going up.
The hacker claimed to have photos of the Duchess of Cambridge with her children Princess Charlotte and Prince George, and naked pics of her fiance.
The president opened the National Museum of African American History and Culture in D.C. by ringing a bell from a historic African-American church.
The reversal comes a day after NBC News obtained cellphone video taken by Scott's wife showing his fatal encounter with police Tuesday.
Police Chief Kerr Putney says officers had a compelling reason to stop Keith Lamont Scott and says was in possession of a handgun.
Charlotte breathed a sigh of relief as protesters stayed passionate but peaceful following the release of the video showing Scott's final moments.