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Bismarck man arrested after house fire

Police arrested a Bismarck man Friday night after a fire in his home.


There are now 186 positive COVID-19 cases in North Dakota with 3 deaths, 30 hospitalized, and 63 recovered. 6207 have been tested in total.


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North Dakota is open for business! View or submit operational statuses for local businesses during COVID-19.


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Amidon COVID-19 testing site


MSU nursing education goes virtual


Operation Drive In


Evening weather 4-4-2020


Spring is in the air


Alternatives to hands-on lab classes


Dickinson church hosts drive thru to hand out blessed palms


US braces for more coronavirus deaths; Europe hopes crisis peaking


Coronavirus pandemic impacting oil prices


Operation Drive-In



Only passenger on flight, woman going to see dying mother upgraded to first class for free


Teddy Roosevelt gives truckers, law enforcement a presidential thank you


Good Samaritans spend more than $1,000 on gas for Detroit nurses treating coronavirus


CBP temporarily reducing hours at several ND ports of entry


Nearly $25 billion in agriculture assistance is available in the CARES Act


Minot Moose Lodge offers meal service during COVID-19


Pet fostering takes off as coronavirus keeps Americans home


Robocalls advertising fake coronavirus-related products and bogus deals


Bismarck man donates 3D printed masks to hospitals


Actress-author Patricia Bosworth dies from coronavirus at 86


Knifeman in France kills 2 in attack, terror inquiry opened


Another cruise ship with virus victims docks in Florida


Trump, Dems clash on boosting mail-in voting during pandemic


Kobe, Duncan, Garnett headline Basketball Hall of Fame class


‘Don’t take chances:’ Wash. nursing home patient back home after defeating coronavirus


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