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Bismarck Public School Board moves forward with building 2 new schools

Minot leaders rethinking reopen plan for city facilities

From Detroit to Bismarck: Longtime Bismarck Public School employee retires

Bismarck Public Schools hold outdoor, social distance graduation for three schools

While students are away, school renovations are underway

Goodrich Public Schools closes middle and high school; last senior class receives diplomas

Mandan Public Schools holds social distanced graduation

Minot High celebrates 2020 graduation at State Fair grandstand

Minot High graduation set up at State Fair grandstand along Smart Restart guidelines

Former CHS student appointed as student representative to State Board of Higher Education

Impact of distance learning on students

DLB staff honor class of 2020 with chalk designs

Full STEAM Ahead offering virtual French lessons

DLB students win scholarships, support local causes

DIY field day

Minot Public School leaders address summer session protocols

Jim Hill Middle School prepares for summer sessions amid COVID-19

Bishop Ryan plans for 2020 commencement

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U.S. death toll nears 100,000

Here are the latest coronavirus updates from around the world.

Tear gas fired at Minneapolis protests over George Floyd's in-custody death

A shooting was reported near the site of Monday's incident.

Police searching for Baltimore suspect who shot officer, carjacked another driver

A search is underway for the suspect who fired on the Baltimore police officer, who was likely saved by his bullet-resistant vest.

Pennsylvania man pleads guilty to paying bribe for daughter's admission to Georgetown

Robert Repella, a former biotech executive, could get 10 months behind bars for the scheme.

Wrongfully convicted man freed after 37 years inspires with ‘America’s Got Talent’ audition

Archie Williams spent 37 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit. Behind bars, he watched “America’s Got Talent” and dreamed of being on the stage. Now, he’ll perform for millions.