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Governor signs medical marijuana bills

Senate passes Theodore Roosevelt library funding a second time

Pioneer Village move funding bill sent to governor

Lawmakers goof on Secretary of State salary, will fix before end of session

Gov. Burgum signs ‘Natalee’s Law’ Tuesday morning

Pioneer Village funding bill inches closer to approval

House members storm out over governor’s budget committee

Lawmakers hitting home stretch for 2019 session

Does Marsy's Law protect companies?

Legislature passes flood protection funding for Minot, awaits Governor's decision

Committee eliminates conceal carry in schools, public gatherings amendment

TR Library to go on Governors budget over constitutionality concerns

Spend or reinvest? Lawmakers face decision with Legacy Fund

Burgum signs pore space bill

Senate might want to do more work funding PERS

Minot legislator elected as Senate Pro Tempore

ND congressional delegation responds to Mueller Report

Burgum signs Natalee’s Law, social service redesign

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Woman falls at Grand Canyon, becoming fifth death at the park this year

Tuesday's death is the second fatal fall inside the park this year, and the third in the Grand Canyon area.

R. Kelly accuser wins judgment in suit singer failed to answer

Kelly, who has faced similar allegations for decades, has pleaded not guilty to the charges and denied any wrongdoing.

Crash that injured pedestrians in Calif. was 'intentional act,' police say

Police are recommending the driver be charged with eight counts of attempted murder.

Body of missing 5-year-old found, parents charged with murder

The body of a 5-year-old boy who was reported missing last week from his home in suburban Chicago was found Wednesday buried in a shallow grave, and his parents were charged with murder.

California Senate OKs ban on hairstyle discrimination

Sen. Holly Mitchell, a Los Angeles Democrat, said the bill was necessary to challenge "Eurocentric standards of beauty" that have dominated dress codes.