Many of our Medical Minutes focus on how to stay healthy throughout the day, but now it's time to look at how we're taking care of our bodies when we're not awake.
The conference committees on tax bills were very busy the last two weeks and finally passed out some compromises to give tax relief to Social Security benefits and lower the tax rate on e-pull tab machines.
Students in Flasher Public School explored career opportunities Wednesday.
This weekend we saw waivers taken off of the Iranian sanctions. Heartland investors in Bismarck say this move will protect the price of oil.
A former TV sports reporter filed a lawsuit accusing Walton of sexual assault back in 2014
The CDC says that the increases could be the result of new diagnostic tools that help identify more cases.
Pugh went on leave April 1, saying she needed time off to recover from pneumonia. She's also facing intense scrutiny over the sale of her children's books to entities that do business with the city.
Nancy Perry, ASPCA's senior vice president, acknowledges they're in "frightening territory" with a "bold approach that no one has taken so far."
JoAnn Cunningham and Andrew Freund Sr. made their first court appearance Thursday and were ordered to be held on $5 million bonds.