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Morton County sheriff requesting increase to 2020 budget

Mott to apply for disaster declaration

Coffee Break owner doing better after assault

Bismarck residents remember Apollo 11 launch after 50 years

Burleigh County preliminary budget projects 25 percent increase on mill levy

Williston Police Department searching for 15-year-old runaway

Medical Minute: Funding a new ambulance

Final set up before the ND State Fair begins

Donations are piling up

Tenants lose more without renters insurance

Minot State's Old Main getting an energy efficient upgrade

MSU Summer Theatre looks to renovate and expand

New outdoor mural being painted in downtown Minot

Central Dakota Communications Center plans to move into the Dakota Carrier Network Building

Bishop Zipfel passes away

Bush grant creates high-risk team in Minot area

Blackstone Hotel offering help to fire victims

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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.