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Williston State College's Stevens Hall renovations start next month

K-12 Vision Plan seeks to strengthen North Dakota's education system

Bismarck School District proposes plan for growing enrollment

Williston State College introduces new apprenticeship program

Legacy High School number 1 for receiving ND State Scholarships

Bismarck Public Schools plans to build two new elementary schools

Potential new high school for Killdeer

BSC names five presidential candidates

Closer look at security measures on Minot State campus following suspicious person

Stony Creek School to become daycare

Century High School students test out e-sports pilot program

Legacy Fund: school districts say invest in the west

Dickinson Public Schools plans to build new elementary school

District 8 is easing into 4-day weeks

Educators in Minot for CREA winter conference

Young students learn about engineering careers

Flasher teacher receives $5,000 grant to improve her science lab

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Victims, shooter in Molson Coors attack identified by Milwaukee police

Police identified the five employees who were killed and the co-worker who opened fire at the campus known locally as Miller Valley.

After mystery coronavirus case, health officials go into detective mode

The UC Davis patient is not believed to have had exposure through travel or a known infected individual — so health officials have to find the "invisible line of transmission," one expert said.

Lori Loughlin trial has an official start date

The trial of Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli will begin in October, despite their lawyer arguing that prosecutors hid evidence that would clear the couple of the charges against them in the college admissions scandal.

Water main break submerges Houston highway, threatens homes

A 96-inch water main break backed up traffic for miles on a busy Houston interstate and forced closures at the University of Houston, courts and some early voting locations.

18,000 students see ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ at Madison Square Garden

The cast took the show on the road for a one-time-only performance at MSG, which has never hosted a Broadway play before. The free show was for a very special audience: 18,000 NYC public school students.