Minot man charged with firing off gun in trailer

A Minot man faces a series of charges after investigators say he waived a gun at people and fired it off during a domestic incident.

A Lansford man is in custody after a national tip led to a child pornography investigation.

One dance company brought Hostfest to people who may not be able to attend this year.

Minot man faces terrorizing charges after holding woman at knife-point

Carson Wentz helps Eagles to a win

Parshall man accused of terrorizing to be sentenced Wednesday

Hostfest preview at Trinity Home

Lefse Masters in Minot turn up the heat ahead of Norsk Hostfest

Fall cleanup week begins in Bismarck

Bismarck city commission to review lane change recommendations

Buffalo Wild Wings opens second location in Bismarck

Tributes pouring in for victim in Sunday's homicide at Fargo McDonald's

Fort Yates man pleads guilty in federal court in knife throwing case

California man charged in meth bust expected to change plea in federal court

Mandan man pleads guilty to terrorizing, aggravated assault in knife fight incident

Fort Yates man accused of running child over sentenced in federal court

Man arrested for breaking into cars in Bismarck

Bismarck Airport main runway opening

Donald Miller to serve time from State Hospital

Dispensaries chosen in two cities

Victim identified in Fargo homicide, suspect still at large

Homicide in Fargo: man gunned down outside McDonald's

CIA director outlines priorities for the agency

Will Smith's bungee jump: The latest stunt near Grand Canyon

Disney World changes flexible-pricing with new tool

President's lawyers seek to toss Stormy Daniels' lawsuit

Tails were wagging at 2nd annual Barks and Beer

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Louisiana soldier who detonated chemical weapon sentenced to 11 years

The blast set off by 24-year-old Ryan Keith Taylor last year emitted chlorine gas, badly injuring two investigators.

Global warming is overheating and drying out U.S. national parks

Temperatures have gone up in U.S. national parks twice as fast as in the rest of the country. And it's going to get worse, a new study finds.

Federal judge restores grizzly protections, canceling bear hunt

"This case is not about the ethics of hunting, and it is not about solving human- or livestock-grizzly conflicts," the judge wrote.

Dallas Police Department fires officer after manslaughter charges

The dismissal was announced by Dallas Police Chief Reneé Hall on Twitter.

Family desperate for answers in missing California mother's disappearance

Lyn Palmer, 71, was last seen on April 20, 2018 leaving her home in Fall River Mills, California to take her stepdaughter's dog on a walk. The dog returned four days later, but Lyn is nowhere to be found.