If you live in north Bismarck and use North Washington Street then here's some good news.
Measure 4 opponents in North Dakota are facing fresh scrutiny after sending mailers with the images of veterans, telling people they should vote no.
A new survey suggests the majority of people nation-wide have a positive view of law enforcement.
For many of us, it seems like the presidential campaign has been going on forever.
There were long lines of prisoners waiting for their day in court Monday at Morton and Burleigh County Courthouses.
The Morton County Sheriff's Department and State Highway Patrol have shut down Highway 1806 indefinitely after protesters set up their own roadblock over the weekend.
The offensive to oust ISIS from the Syrian city of Raqqa will begin within weeks, Defense Secretary Ash Carter told NBC News in an exclusive interview Wednesday. When asked whether U.S. special forces or other troops would be sent inside Mosul or Raqqa, Carter said they 'are not going to be part of the occupation or hold forces.' Carter also said he was 'outraged' by revelations the Pentagon was forcing thousands of soldiers to return bonuses given out more than a decade ago to get them to reenlist.
It will replace the RS-36M — which was dubbed "Satan" by NATO after entering service in the 1970s.
Nearly 200 pumpkins were stolen from a family-run farm stand in an overnight heist that was caught on camera.
Two children escaped from the Australian theme park accident in which 4 adults died. Robert Ovadia of 7 News Australia reports.
'You heard it here first,' Michael Lee wrote for his picture in the 1993 yearbook at Mission Viejo, Calif., High School.