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Taxable sales increase for 9th straight quarter


Equifax adds step to claim cash in data breach settlement


Reaction to Walmart's decision to stop selling certain ammunition


Community development block grant report


Bismarck Commission set to approve $4 million in road upgrades for proposed Costco


Costco submits building plans to City of Bismarck


Gun sales spike after tragedy


Kalix celebrates 25 years of recycling in Minot


Jax and Henley spring fashions


Arrowhead Plaza to get new grocery store


Kohl’s and Amazon extend partnership


Sales tax in Bismarck rises to 1.5 percent


$1 million Powerball ticket purchased in Edgeley


Walmart now offering grocery delivery service in Bismarck


Payless ShoeSource begins liquidation sales


Bismarck Staples to close on Feb. 22


New Cash Wise Open for Business


Bill would mandate Breathalyzer sales for retail alcohol licensee


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Fort Worth police officer who fatally shot Atatiana Jefferson charged with murder

The booking came just hours after Aaron Dean resigned from the Fort Worth Police Department.

Cyntoia Brown-Long to Lester Holt on her release from prison: 'There's nothing special about me'

In an exclusive interview, her first since being released from prison in August, Brown-Long says there are many women just like her still in prison.

NBC News Exclusive: Cyntoia Brown-Long’s first television interview since her prison release

Lester Holt has the first television interview with Cyntoia Brown-Long since her release from prison earlier this year, after her life sentence for murder was commuted.

Inspiring running champion crowned homecoming king

Last week, 18-year-old Caleb Freeman finished his first cross-country race after suffering a traumatic brain injury in a car accident 2 years ago. Now he’s been crowned his Oklahoma high school’s homecoming king.