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Bismarck Police see uptick in scam calls to residents


UPDATE: Williston barricaded subject name released


Children held in domestic situation near NDSU campus reunited with mother


Mandan officer accused of causing crash while on patrol


Bottineau Sheriff warns of counterfeit money


Unloaded gun confiscated at Fargo high school


Williston man sentenced for threatening to kill 100 people in God-inspired hit list


Bismarck Police Officer bit during altercation at Parkade


Bismarck man arrested for pointing flare gun at passing motorist


Traffic Stop turns into Williams County Pursuit


Men face drug charges after chase


Guilty plea in burning of historic North Dakota church


Couple in custody after breaking into Williston home


City of Garrison moving forward with plans for own police department


Watford City police seek help finding hit-and-run suspect


Police officer assaulted in Jamestown Saturday night


Ward County employee not charged in credit card misuse, fired from department


Watford City PD investigates vehicle break-ins


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Mechanic who allegedly has ISIS ties pleads not guilty in airliner sabotage case

Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani, 60, is charged with deliberately disabling a key navigation component inside the Boeing 737 at Miami International Airport in July.

Vallejo police have grappled with force complaints. Now comes a wave of fresh lawsuits.

The newest suits allege officers of the Bay Area city have routinely violated people's civil rights — including a man who said he was physically attacked while filming a police stop.

Father, adult die in fall from 75-foot cliff, police say

A witness said Steven Price was at the edge of the cliff looking at something when he tripped. His son, Mark, tried to grab him, and they both fell.

Michelle Carter, convicted in texting-suicide case, is denied parole

"Ms. Carter's self-serving statements and behavior, leading up to and after his suicide, appear to be irrational and lacked sincerity," the board wrote.

'Time's running out' for presidential candidates, Puerto Ricans warn

On the second anniversary of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Ricans grieve the thousands who died and demand that presidential candidates make the island a campaign issue.