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Bismarck church holds Palm Sunday neighborhood parade

Cars were lined for for nearly two blocks, passengers waved their palms out of their windows. Homeowners came out of their homes to wave and greet the church members.

The number of positive North Dakota COVID-19 cases has exceeded 200. There are now 207 total cases with 3 deaths, 31 hospitalized, and 63 recovered. 6787 have been tested in total.

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Rachel's song

Social distancing at the barn

Bismarck art studio teaching through social media

Bismarck Parade

Palm Sunday

Evening weather 4-5-2020

Stonehome creates food project for hungry families

Virtual field trips allow visitors to explore Bismarck-Mandan attractions

Minot ramps up city employee safety

Dakota Zoo opening day postponed

Oldest female Marine in Calif. celebrates 104th birthday with drive-by party due to coronavirus

Family separated due to coronavirus reunited with newborn son after 10 days

Bismarck family spreads cheer through COVID-19 song

Second victim dies in crash with Minot fugitive in Milwaukee

Taliban warn peace deal with US near breaking point

Dakota Zoo purchases new trains

Bismarck man arrested after house fire

Pro Football Hall of Famer Bobby Mitchell dies at 84

Ukraine battles forest fires near Chernobyl

Search to continue for Kennedy Townsend’s daughter, grandson

Spring is in the air

Amidon COVID-19 testing site

MSU nursing education goes virtual

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson hospitalized with virus

Tiger at NYC’s Bronx Zoo tests positive for coronavirus

Alternatives to hands-on lab classes

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Dolly Parton starts virtual story time to entertain kids stuck at home

As part of her new web series “Goodnight with Dolly,” legendary musician Dolly Parton is reading bedtime stories for kids at home. It’s the latest chapter for her “Imagination Library,” a program started in 1995 to mail free books to kids each month.

Paramedics under pressure with record level emergency calls

Paramedics in Florida are now getting more and more calls for potential coronavirus cases. In Coral Springs, many paramedics took “quick-read” blood tests to check for antibodies to see if they have an inexplicable immunity and can take more calls.

New York death toll tops 4,000 as military called in to help

The federal government is deploying the military to help in hard-hit New York state, sending more than 1,000 doctors, nurses and support staff. Governor Cuomo said the state may be nearing its peak or plateau in cases. The state saw a drop in its daily death toll, but Cuomo warned it's too early to tell what that means long term.

Teen charged in 'calculated' double homicide of university doctor, husband

"We believe that this was not a random act," authorities said of the killings.

'Awful and beautiful': Saying goodbye to coronavirus victims without a funeral

“There is a deep sadness with not being able to comfort one another,” one faith leader said. “I tell families this will pass. They will get through this.”