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State agencies mixed on budget recommendations


Minot lawmaker looks to clear up language in state century code


US Senate unanimously passes Savanna’s Act


Governor’s Budget: Looking at adding to Justice Reinvestment


Feds award $15 million to rebuild road in the Turtle Mountains


Analysis: Bush faced controversy with civility


Gov. Burgum asks legislature to increase general fund spending


Hemp in North Dakota


Bush 41 praised for pushing through the Americans with Disabilities Act


Monica Hannan shares memory of interview with former First Lady Barbara Bush


Magic City reflects on George H.W. Bush's time in office as U.S President


Gov. Doug Burgum gives budget address to N.D. legislature


'Hail to the Chief'


Nation bids farewell to George H.W. Bush


Montana Sen. Steve Daines to visit troops in Afghanistan


Bob Dole salutes President Bush


Legislative Log: Eighteen legislators sworn into ND House, Senate


North Dakota tribal leaders formally sworn in


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Top USOC official fired after independent report details Nassar cover-up

"The report firmly establishes that the top leadership of the U.S. Olympic Committee was aware of Nassar’s criminal conduct year before they have publicly acknowledged it."

Star drummer Robin DiMaggio accused of embezzling $750,000 from kids' charity

Prosecutors said DiMaggio, who was music director for an Arsenio Hall show, used part of the money to buy his ex-wife a house.

Thousands still without power after deadly winter storm hits Southeast

At least three people were killed in North Carolina, the worst-hit state in the weekend's snow storm.

Man gives his first-class seat on flight to mother with ailing baby

Kelsey Zwick was flying from Orlando to Philadelphia so her 11-month-old daughter Lucy could be treated for a chronic lung disease, when an American Airlines flight attendant told her that a man had asked to switch seats with her. She was in economy. He: first class.

Dog refuses to abandon his home, even after it burned in Paradise, CA fire

Andrea Gaylord had to flee her home in Paradise, California when the Camp Fire hit. When Andrea was finally allowed to return and search for her missing dogs, she found that her dog Madison had been there all along, waiting for his family to come home.