Energy

New records, low prices


Senate energy bill brings help to tribes


Public Service Commission listens to input on proposed Emmons-Logan Wind Project


Gas prices fall


EPA meets with energy supply companies


Opinions mixed on flaring rule changes


Record-breaking oil and natural gas production


Project Tundra gets go-ahead with $15 million from the Lignite Energy Council


Saving on electric bills


Gas prices expected to drop in coming weeks


Environmental groups appeal PSC’s decision on oil refinery near Theodore Roosevelt National Park


North Dakota oil industry sees upturn


Refracking use in North Dakota oil fields


Federal judge blocks construction of Keystone XL pipeline


Proposed wind farm in Burleigh County causing issues between neighbors


Mckenzie County spill


Standing Rock Sioux tribe challenges Corps findings on Dakota Access pipeline


Saulsbury Industries looking for ND workers in 2019 for Watford City plant


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Powerful storms shatter records, cause huge waves

"Stay well back from the ocean or risk certain death," the National Weather Service tweeted in all caps.

Mass shootings, economy ranked as most significant news events of 2018

The 2018 data comes after yet another grim drumbeat of gun violence in schools, places of worship, and watering holes throughout the year.

Huge spike in teen vaping: Many think it's 'just flavor'

Fewer teens are using opioids and fewer are binge-drinking, the survey finds.

Guatemalan girl likely died of sepsis shock after crossing border, hospital officials said

Jakelin Caal Maquin, 7, had a 105.9-degree temperature and was revived twice by medical technicians before being life-flighted to a hospital.

California deletes plan to tax text messages

The proposal was withdrawn after a new FCC ruling limited states' authority over texting.