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Justice Lange case now classified as 're-opened'

Lonesome Dove wins restraining order against Mandan over mural

Hearing moved up in Minot murder case

Post-conviction relief ruling appealed in Minot quadruple homicide

Suit tossed over death of North Dakota man turned informant

Convicted murderer wants to change plea

$50,000 bond set for karate instructor accused of taking videos of minors in the changing room

Judge: No site permit needed for refinery near national park

Trial set for former BPD officer suing Bismarck and former chief of police

Guilty pleas in Minot drug diversion case

UPDATE: Bismarck man accused of touching a 4-year-old enters Alford plea

Initial appearance for man charged in connection to January 2017 incident at Backwater Bridge

Wahpeton man charged federally for trafficking a teen from Minn. to N.D.

Bowman County conspiracy to commit murder convict appeals case

North Dakota, Dakota Access developer settle land dispute

Chicago man convicted for heroin, fentanyl death in oil patch gets 30 years

Not guilty pleas in Mountrail County negligent homicide case

Deferred sentence for woman who stole from Bismarck bank

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Two dead after tornado tears through Oklahoma, destroying hotel

The second story of a El Reno motel collapsed in the Saturday night storm, officials said.

Missing Hawaii hiker says she 'chose life' after falling from cliff

Amanda Eller says the 17 days she was lost in the Maui forest were "the toughest" of her life.

Tourist dead after apparent shark attack in Hawaii

The victim's family said he had gone for a swim. Officials described the waters as calm and clear.

Utah judge suspended for criticizing Trump

The court noted multiple times when Kwan had provided political comments that criticized Donald Trump, as a presidential candidate in 2016 and as president.

Hiker found alive after more than two weeks in Hawaii forest

35-year-old Amanda Eller went hiking alone in Maui, leaving her cell phone in her car, and was more than found two weeks later, barefoot and skinny, at the bottom of a ravine.