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Drive-up microchipping for pets

According the American Veterinary Medical Association dogs that are microchipped have about a 22 percent chance of returning to their owner from the pound.

2,577 people have now tested positive for COVID-19 in North Dakota. With 61 deaths and 1959 recoveries, there remain 557 active cases.

The agency announced Tuesday that the grant will be extended through July 3.

Individual workouts have been running since May 18 in the organization's return-to-play plan. Chris Clements said he's happy to see competition come up next.

Minoters honor George Floyd, BLM movement with peaceful gathering

McQuade Charity Softball Tournament finds ways to give back

North Dakota Department of Tourism has had to readjust their campaign due to the pandemic

Evening weather 5-30-2020

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Senator Hoeven's statement about Saturday night protests

Burleigh County sheriff’s deputies sent to Fargo to help police with riot control

Senator Kevin Cramer releases statement about violent protests

Peace park protest takes to the streets in Bismarck

Tim Mahoney has declared a state of emergency in Fargo

Fargo police say protestors throwing rocks at officers; tear gas deployed

Officials see extremist groups, disinformation in protests

Christo, artist known for massive, fleeting displays, dies

Community garden at Minot State blessed in traditional ceremony

Traffic improvements begin in downtown Bismarck

Fargo Police ask public to avoid downtown area

North Dakotans travel to Florida to see space launch

Massive protests worldwide raise fears of new coronavirus outbreaks

Mississippi mayor apologizes for tweets on George Floyd

World alarmed by violence in US; thousands march in London

Memorial for Officer Cody Holte set for Tuesday

Trump says US will designate Antifa as a terrorist organization amid protests

GRAPHIC: US cities assess protest damage, await another day of unrest

Many states scrambling to update hurricane plans for coronavirus

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Escalating protests nationwide over death of George Floyd

Dozens of American cities saw major clashes between police and protesters over the death of George Floyd. Many now have curfews in place and called in the National Guard.

Authorities identify federal officer killed in Oakland during George Floyd protest

The FBI’s San Francisco field office said the officer, Dave Patrick Underwood, died after someone fired at him from a vehicle.

From Eric Garner to George Floyd: Protests reveal how little has changed in 6 years

A national reckoning over police brutality in 2014 was not enough to stop the deaths, or to break the fear and anger that millions of Americans feel.

Curfews continue across the country as cities expect more protests

Detroit, Los Angeles, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Chicago, Denver and other cities will impose restrictions Sunday night.

'Shame on you': NFL's Goodell accused of hypocrisy in protest response

"Colin Kaepernick asked the NFL to care about the lives of black people and they banned him from their platform."