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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Susan Rice briefly discussed the Obama Administration's efforts to secure human rights for LGBTQ communities across the world but acknowledged there is much more that can be done in those efforts.

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Opposition parties organized a day of protest marches across the country to demonstrate against the rule of President Nicolas Maduro.

SkyWest Pilot Charged With Trying to Fly While Drunk

Police said they were called to the Rapid City airport after the pilot showed up smelling of alcohol — at 8 a.m.

U.S. Strike Targets Senior al Qaeda Commander: Official

Al-Hababi oversaw a battalion and "directed the purchase of weapons, including rocket propelled grenades, to distribute to militants in Afghanistan."

Fired Doctor Found Guilty of Four Revenge Murders

Anthony Joseph Garcia could face the death penalty in the killings of four people with ties to an Omaha medical school, including a young boy.