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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.

Spring is in the air

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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Robert F. Kennedy's granddaughter and her son presumed dead after canoeing accident in Maryland

The pair went missing Thursday after their canoe apparently capsized in the Chesapeake Bay.

Faced with their own coronavirus fears, crisis hotline counselors answer surge in calls

“Suddenly our counselors are experiencing some of the same crises that callers and chat visitors are.”

'It's a new world': Police get creative to stay safe and keep order as coronavirus spreads

Police are relaxing traffic enforcement, avoiding going into homes and substituting arrests for tickets and summonses.

Dating during coronavirus turned upside since everything is a long-distance relationship

The coronavirus outbreak has changed how people date. It's brought long-distance couples together and let singles date a million people they'll never meet.

Domestic violence calls increase amid coronavirus lockdown, police say

Isolation and financial stress can contribute to domestic violence, police and advocates say.