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Rick Hedberg remembers Maynard Sandberg's impact on the Magic City

Longtime Minot State booster Maynard Sandberg passed away on October 30 at the age of 88. University Vice President for Advancement Rick Hedberg described what he meant to not only the school, but to the Minot community.

It’s that time of year again for the Dakota Hope Clinic Festival of Trees.

Calls for action rang out in 2019 as mass acts of violence punctuated the year. They prompted law enforcement agencies in every corner of the country to prepare for the worst and local advocates to join hands for change.

Jana Carlson is only 11 years old and has been selling lefse for a little over a year.

Mistrial declared in child porn case in Minot

Open for Discussion: The Impacts of the Internet

Bismarck man sentenced to life in prison appeals case to ND Supreme Court

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Bison regular season finale

BSC viewing party

71 wind turbines will soon be built in Williams County

Former Lyft driver convicted of GSI appealing case to State Supreme Court

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ND Board of Pharmacy supporting drug transparency bill

ND lawmakers working on bill to cover pre-existing conditions if ACA overturned

Dunn County spill much worse than originally reported

Power outage in Bismarck affects three schools

Jury finds Emmanuel Perez guilty on 2 counts of GSI

Lincoln woman sentenced to 90 days for damaging police car, spitting on correctional officers

UND names three finalists in presidential search

UPDATE: 56-year-old Bismarck woman has been located

Update: Missing man located

US officials: Don’t eat romaine grown in Salinas, California

Shelter buds in rescue since 2017 adopted together

Transportation barriers for area homeless

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ND Behavioral Health to meet with residents in Minot

Woman charged in boyfriend’s suicide pleads not guilty

District 8 superintendent is ending his contract

Lone Bear family, federal investigators speak on Olivia's case

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Watch this boy’s powerful reaction to seeing color for the first time

12-year-old Jonathan Jones is colorblind and has never been able to imagine how vivid the world must be. That changed when his school principal, who is also colorblind, let him try on his special glasses.

Daughter of abuse victim disguises call to 911 as a pizza order, alerting cops to domestic violence

A woman called 911 for help as she saw her mother being beaten and pretended to order a pizza, a discrete plot to alert emergency services that something was wrong. The quick-thinking operator caught on after a few questions and managed to get the information needed to send police -- where a man was arrested on a domestic violence charge.

Boston College student returns to U.S. to face charges in boyfriend’s suicide

Inyoung You pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter in the suicide death of her boyfriend, Alexander Urtula. Prosecutors allege she was physically, verbally and psychologically abusive to him and repeatedly told him to kill himself but messages obtained by The Boston Globe suggest she tried to stop him.

Woman who called 911 for pizza was really reporting domestic violence

"This is the wrong number to order a pizza," the dispatcher said, then added shortly after, "I’m getting you now, OK. ... The guy still there?"

Former CIA officer sentenced to 19 years in prison for conspiring with Chinese spies

Federal officials say Jerry Lee revealed sensitive secrets to China’s intelligence service, severely setting back America’s ability to gather intelligence in China -- that country that spies most aggressively on the U.S.