NDDOT & Lyft team up to give discounted rides around the holidays

The North Dakota Department of Transportation wants you to stay safe this holiday season on the road and that's why they've teamed up with Lyft to make sure you always have a sober ride.


In 1948, thousands of people dreamed of living in North Dakota's Dream House.


A 24-year-old man is dead after a rollover crash 4 miles south of Velva.



A business owner, police officers and members of the community came together at Lincoln Police Department to give Christmas gifts to children who may not receive a gift this year.


Bismarck teen inspires others to donate to Brave the Shave with Donuts


North Dakota guardsmen receive a welcome home after year-long mission


Ruling to strike down health law puts GOP in a quandary


North Dakota's Dream House


Wreaths Across America


Fit Tips: Crossfit


Community honors thousands of fallen veterans with wreaths


Stanley Shopko will remain open according to store manager


Masonic Lodge picks up the grocery tab for 20 shoppers in Minot


The Latest: Schumer: Cabinet to be 'less foul' without Zinke


Bison going back to Frisco



Human remains found on Montana’s Blackfeet reservation


Bismarck School Board narrows superintendent search to 4 candidates


Wilton students help their community


New records, low prices


Pat Renz retires from BPD after 26 years


Missouri Ridge students focus on the arts with a short film


Minot's Wreaths Across America


Man arrested after squatting in camper at workplace


DHS: Gov. Burgum’s behavioral health proposal 'the most robust we’ve ever seen'


'Montanan of the Week' from Sidney


McKenzie County concrete truck rollover accident


Pet photos with Santa at Tractor Supply Company in Williston


1 arrested in Williston drug bust


KFYR-TV's first news anchor passes away


Prairie Knights celebrating 25 years


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Buyer beware: Some cars flooded during hurricanes still on the market

Some 750,000 cars were flooded during Hurricanes Florence, Harvey and Irma. Many were taken off the market, but experts warn that some have been refurbished and resold. NBC’s Tammy Leitner looks into what you need to know as you shop for a used vehicle.

Pilot who survived military plane crash says he’s ‘looking forward to flying again’

Matt Pothier, a civilian contractor and former Navy fighter pilot, was flying a jet during military exercises in Hawaii when he noticed something was very wrong. He’s now talking about the near-death experience, when he ejected out of the plane and into the splashed-down water below.

Mississippi’s crumbling infrastructure delays emergency services and puts lives at risk

Nearly 500 bridges in the state are in such disrepair that they’re closed and state, county and local governments lack the funding for repairs. This has serious, sometimes deadly, consequences for residents when emergency responders can’t quickly reach those in need.

Volunteers care for pets separated from families after devastating Camp Fire

More than 2,000 animals were displaced during the deadliest and most destructive fire in California’s history. Some families are still desperately searching for their pets, while others have no homes to bring their animals back to. Volunteers have stepped in to care for them, a gesture of hope for the many who are grieving.

Daughter recounts her dad's moving friendship with Charles Barkley

“Everybody’s like, ‘Who’s the Asian dude over there?’ I just start laughing. I said, ‘That’s my boy, Lin,’” Barkley told Shirley Wang.