Howl'oween entertains at the capitol for people and pets alike

In the spirit of the season , Oct. 23 was the first annual Howl'oween parade at the Capitol Grounds.


Ft. Lincoln hosts family friendly Halloween bash

Ghosts and ghouls galore gathered out at Fort Abraham Lincoln today for the Kids' Bash.


Bismarck wet plate photographer's portrait of boxing legend headed to Smithsonian

The piece didn't come from a typical photoshoot.


Don’t Buy It Until We Try It: Couch Coat

A coat is something you put on to protect you from the elements, rain, snow, wind, whatever mother nature can throw at you. So the people with As Seen on TV products took that concept and adapted it for your furniture.


How to keep color in your planters during the winter months

If you want to keep a little color in your outdoor pots, Dan Cashman has an interesting idea that will get you through until spring.


Measure 2: whether or not to spend K-12 education rainy day fund

Measure 2 is a fight over the state's K-12 education rainy day fund.


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California Deputy Saves Woman From Flaming Car

The deputy saw what looked like a cloud of fog, turned around and found a smoking Honda Civic that had driven off the road.

Women Defend Wearing Yoga Pants in Peaceful Parade

About 400 people — many of them women and young girls — came out for the event in the affluent, coastal town of Barrington, R.I.

In Iraq, Carter Highlights Defending U.S. Against ISIS

U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter held meetings in Irbil, roughly 40 kilometers from the front line of the battle to liberate Mosul from ISIS.

Carter Meets US Troops in Iraq

Speaking at a press conference in Iraq, US Defense Secretary Ash Carter expressed his commitment to supporting the counter-offensive against ISIS thro

Online Deals Gone Bad So Common, Cops Take Action

Online deals gone bad are so common that cops are teaming up to establish 'safe zones' where surveillance cameras track all in-person transactions.