Energy

The importance of energy independence


North Dakota sets three new all-time highs in August


Lignite Energy Council’s fall conference highlights hard work


Brine spill reported near Antler


State Industrial Commission considers relaxing oil conditioning rules


ND gas capture goal to increase, Trump rolls back federal regulations on methane


PSC reviewing judge’s recommendations at Davis Refinery


Natural gas pipeline project proposed


U.S. takes lead in global oil production


Major transmission line completed in the Magic City


Fate of Pioneer Village to be discussed Thursday night


160 acres to be added to North American Coal's Falkirk mine


Three Affiliated Tribes files lawsuit over drilling of oil wells near Lake Sakakawea


EPA coal roll back to give North Dakota control over emission standards


ND Petroleum Council to chronicle history of oil and gas in North Dakota


Energy Secretary Rick Perry visits North Dakota, talks energy expansion


Power outages across North Dakota and in parts of Montana


Natural gas users may see MDU refund


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The mariachi who's bringing internet to Detroit

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The Orange County Sheriff's Department said the use of force was necessary.

New anti-hazing law signed in Pennsylvania after death of student

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Student's class essay about being raped sends man to prison

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