If you enjoy driving around to watch Christmas lights, you can add a 10-minute show on the corner of Lone Peak Drive and Walter Way in Bismarck.
The Department of Public Instruction is asking for public comment on a program that allows schools to have armed first responders.
ecent incidents at naval bases in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and in Pensacola, Florida, have brought to light the security of military installations around the country.
A man who tweeted that he would give $500 to anyone who would kill a federal immigration officer was acquitted Friday in a case that centered on whether a threatening social media post is protected speech.
Our Gadi Schwartz went to West Virginia for the annual Bridge Day, the one day every year when the New River Gorge Bridge closes off traffic and opens to pedestrians, to allow them to watch BASE jumpers fly 876 feet into the gorge below.
“It could’ve been avoided,” UPS driver Frank Ordonez’s stepfather said. “Other tactics should have been applied and they weren’t applied.”
Today’s deadly shooting in Pensacola follows an incident at Pearl Harbor Naval shipyard on Wednesday, where an active duty sailor killed two people and himself.
Military and law enforcement officials say that Mohamed Saeed Alshamrani was a second lieutenant in the Saudi Arabian Air Force, in Pensacola for flight training.
Officers were on the scene in less than 5 minutes and engaged Mohammed Alshamrani, the suspected shooter, in a gun battle -- ultimately killing him.