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UTTC, UMary team up for mid-winter powwow


Bismarck Mandan women exchange stilettos for skates


Dakota Zoo receives support from local motorcycle club


Keeping history alive at Dakota Gun Show


Walk the Mall brings 5K out of the cold


Remembering Colt Allery, three years later


County by County: Jan. 17, 2020


Beulah bond to update high school


Dominick Stephens to be honored in North Carolina, Maryland


Mandan roads submitted for 2024 Urban Road Program Funding


City of Bismarck developing comprehensive plan


Custer Park name change debate


Refugee resettlement debate in Burleigh County


The BisMan Bean Bags Club


Saxvik Elementary is turned into Inspire Family Fellowship


Investigation concludes on ND Renaissance Festival


Park Board members to hear public comments on renaming of Custer Park Thursday


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At tense Virginia rally, gun rights activists vow their fight is just getting started

About 22,000 people attended the rally, 6,000 on Capitol Square and 16,000 outside the security gates, authorities said.

Body of Montana teen Selena Not Afraid found near rest stop where she was last seen

Selena Not Afraid was last seen on New Year’s Day 2020 at a rest area on I-90 between Billings and Hardin, Montana. On Monday, January 20, the 16-year-old Native American’s body was found about a mile from the rest area. The Big Horn County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate.

Florida man arrested and being investigated in string of sexual assaults

The man was taken into custody on a sexual battery warrant out of Miami-Dade County.

Suspected teen killer during arrest: Follow me on Instagram

A 19-year-old man facing capital murder charges recited his Instagram account to reporters during his arrest, calling himself an "an upcoming artist."

Two schools work together to build racial understanding on MLK day

Thanks to a free video program, two schools in New Jersey and Tennessee -- both in highly segregated communities -- are working together on projects that build racial understanding.