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State budget report shows strong economic growth


Japan Ratifies Trade Deal


Bitcoin prices spiked again, here’s what financial planners have to say


Burgum waives hours of service for haulers of propane, gasoline and diesel


Federal Reserve cuts interest rates


September's unemployment numbers


Runnings grand opening


McKenzie County sees near record labor force numbers


Markets Right Now: Dow drops 800 after bonds flash warning


Worldwide beef exports to come out of Williston


Full STEAM Ahead has new activities planned for the fall


Bismarck budget for 2020 includes additional funding for fire, police


Bismarck approves slight increase to property tax for 2020


ND has third lowest credit card debt


Housing market in Bismarck-Mandan stable, nationwide sales dropping


Taxable sales increase for eighth straight quarter


Bismarck-Mandan companies struggle to find employees


S&P 500 hits record, again


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Police officers among those killed in multiple shootings across country

At least 15 people caught in Kansas City violence were being treated at area hospitals, with three listed in critical condition.

Two police officers fatally shot in Hawaii as nearby homes burn

Two women remained missing Sunday night, and Honolulu police believe the suspect may have died in the fire, which destroyed seven homes.

The Super Bowl is set: 49ers face Chiefs after dominating conference championship games

Kansas City will face San Francisco in pro football's title game on Feb. 2 in Miami.

Your heartburn drug has been recalled. Now what?

There are alternatives to heartburn relief — including a doctor-approved bedtime trick.

What to know before Virginia's gun rights rally

Gov. Ralph Northam has declared a state of emergency amid fears that Monday's demonstration in Richmond will turn violent.