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'The O' gets the demo

Advice from the Dispatcher who Took the First Call on Sunday’s Apartment Fire

First Western Bank merging, expanding

Lily Valley Baby Moving to North Bismarck

Costco plans to bring jobs and money to the community

More Retail Coming to North Bismarck

Village Family Service Center Relocates to New Bismarck Location

Second Phase of Tacoma Avenue Plaza Underway

Daybreak Center Coming Soon to Mandan

Phase two construction at Memorial Square is complete

Copper Dog Café Opens in Mandan

Costco submits site plans for City review

Kitchen Korner & More Opens Shop in Bismarck

Bitcoin Price Might Impact State Banks Incorporating Cryptocurrencies

City approves fill station for Costco

Daniel Companies Starts Phase One of Retail Development

Owner of former Spa D'Athena building is looking for new tenants

New Retail Building Coming to Memorial Highway in Mandan

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Illinois man sentenced to life for killing Chinese scholar

The remains of Yingying Zhang have not been found. Her family pleaded with the man convicted in her death to tell them where she is.

Kim Kardashian West thanks Trump for reported help to free A$AP Rocky

Kardashian West tweeted thanks to the president following a report that he had intervened to win the rapper's release from a Swedish jail.

4 Chicago officers fired over statements they made after Laquan McDonald shooting

The officers had a "duty to act with honesty and integrity and to accurately and completely report their observations," the police board wrote.

Trump to nominate son of Antonin Scalia to be next labor secretary

Eugene Scalia would replace former secretary Alex Acosta who resigned last week amid a firestorm over a plea deal for convicted sex-offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Entire city of Fort Lauderdale was without water after main break

Service is being restored to the more than 200,000 customers affected, but Florida officials are advising residents to boil their water.