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.

90th Annual ND Farmers Union Convention

It's a gathering of insurance companies, restaurants and farmers.

City of Williston discusses potential use for airport land

When the last plane departs Sloulin Field in the next few years, something will need to be done with the land the airport is on.

Local grocery stores struggle to keep shelves stocked during snowstorms

The same weather conditions that make your journey to the store nearly impossible also keep the delivery trucks away.

Snow removal costs city, tax payers about $500,000

The winter storms we have seen in the last two weeks have cost the City of Bismarck and its tax payers quite a junk of cash.

Bison vs. Jackrabbits

South Dakota State is the only three-loss team to get a first round bye in the FCS Playoffs

Rancher draws from experience to create impressive metal art

Many words come to mind when you think of ranchers: grit, toughness, resiliency.

 

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Bombing Near Cairo Christian Cathedral Kills 25

Most of the victims are thought to be women and children.

Boeing, Iran Air Clinch $16 Billion Deal for 80 Planes

Boeing said the deal will support tens of thousands of U.S. jobs directly associated with production and delivery of the 777s and nearly 100,000 U.S. jobs overall.

160 Worshipers Killed After Church Collapses in Nigeria

Metal girders and the roof of a crowded church collapsed onto worshipers in southern Nigeria, killing at least 160 people with the toll likely to rise

Crystal's Cage: A Story of Abuse, Drug Dealing and Murder

Her mother seduced a prison guard. Then a detective. One gave Crystal life. The other helped dig the 3-year-old's grave.

Coffee Truck Helps Refugees Find Their Feet in America

While most look for a place that's convenient for coffee, people from all over are driving well out of their way to one Georgia town for what might be called a 'world brew.'