Soybean tariffs unlikely to hurt ND farmers

Last summer's drought crippled crop production in North Dakota. This year, the problem could be manmade for soybean farmers.

Remembering Barbara Bush

Barbara Bush was first lady when she visited North Dakota in January of 1992 to campaign for her husband's re-election.

Beyond the Score: Javelin thrower

Minot State University's only female javelin thrower embodies what it means to be a student-athlete.

Walter Piehl Gallery Preview

Minot State University is getting ready to debut the new look for its Northwest Arts Center tomorrow and honor one of the center's most celebrated contributors.

Live from the Moose Lodge fundraiser

For Minot's Monte Reiner, it's been a long wait for a heart transplant, but his call has finally come in.



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Power in Puerto Rico restored after islandwide blackout

The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority said electricity was restored to all of its customers who had power before the blackout.

Fentanyl-laced pills killed Prince, prosecutor says

"Prince had no idea he was taking a counterfeit pill that could kill him," the Minnesota prosecutor said.

FDA advisers recommend first CBD product

Approval would be the first product actually demonstrated to work

Inspector general urges criminal investigation of McCabe

Sources say the Justice Department has been urged to investigate whether McCabe, the fired FBI deputy director, lied to federal officials.

Black men arrested at Philly Starbucks say they feared for their lives

Philadelphia's police chief apologized for his handling of the fallout, saying he exacerbated the situation.