BSC hosts sexual violence speaker

One in three women and one in six men worldwide experience some form of sexual violence, while less than 50 percent of victims report these crimes.


North Washington Street expansion project completed

If you live in north Bismarck and use North Washington Street then here's some good news.


Measure 4 opponents scrutinized for sending fliers picturing Veterans, saying to vote no

Measure 4 opponents in North Dakota are facing fresh scrutiny after sending mailers with the images of veterans, telling people they should vote no.


Recent Gallup Poll shows Americans' respect for law enforcement

A new survey suggests the majority of people nation-wide have a positive view of law enforcement.


Early voting popular choice in Burleigh County

For many of us, it seems like the presidential campaign has been going on forever.


Courthouses process 71 DAPL related cases with aide of technology

There were long lines of prisoners waiting for their day in court Monday at Morton and Burleigh County Courthouses.


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The HIV virus that causes AIDS first landed in New York in the 1970s and spread to the world from there, a new genetic study shows.

Airstrike Near Syrian School Kills Children

Syrian activists say an airstrike outside a school in Hass, northern Idlib killed at least 17 people, most of them children.

Defense Secretary Orders a Stop to Reclaiming Reenlistment Bonuses

'This is a case where we have a trust with the service members who have served us and ... we need do justice,' Secretary Ash Carter told NBC News.

U.S. Abstains on UN Vote on Cuba Embargo

The U.S. on Wednesday abstained for the first time in 25 years on a UN resolution condemning America's economic embargo against Cuba.