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4-year-old boy hospitalized after being hit by a train


UPDATE: Construction worker injured after falling down elevator shaft in Minot


Brine, oil spill reported in Divide County


School bus gets stuck in Lincoln snow


Truck crashes into snow plow during No Travel Advisory


Morton County family files lawsuit against 2 companies after 2016 fatal home explosion


Two people are okay after being involved in a plane crash in Richland County


15-year-old dies in vehicle collision in McKenzie County


Zero visibility crashes on Interstate 94


No injuries reported in train derailment south of Carrington


Pick-up side swipes snow plow on I-94


6 injured in accident involving bus


UPDATE: Officials say water main break will likely be fixed Thursday evening


Snow plow accidents involving another vehicle numbers


ND Highway Patrol responds to multiple weather-related vehicle crashes


ND Oil and Gas Division reports brine spill near Williston


Driver Crashes into BNSF Train


Car rear-ends snow plow in Valley City


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