Entertainment

‘Fantastic Beasts’ flies to top of weekend box office


Kelsea Ballerini bringing her tour to Bismarck, Fargo next May


Bismarck theatre to present New York Opera


Alabama cancels show at Norsk Hostfest, Righteous Brothers to perform


Aerosmith to launch residency in Las Vegas next year


Campgrounds filling up for Sturgis Motorcycle Rally


‘Stranger Things,’ other terrors at Universal for Halloween


Faced with losses, MoviePass discount tix service hikes fee


Bismarck Larks, American Bank Center present 'Movie Night At The Ball Park'


Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts to headline 2019 North Dakota State Fair


Fun rides at the ND State Fair


Nickelodeon announces new ‘Rugrats’ episodes, movie


‘Downton Abbey’ movie to shoot this summer


ND Country Fest kicks off second year


Streaming rules Emmys as Netflix snaps 17-year HBO streak


Cowboy Lyle Glass passes away


Host of Medora Musical enjoys spending the summer with his whole family


Last surviving 'Wizard of Oz,' munchkin Jerry Maren dies


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Top USOC official fired after independent report details Nassar cover-up

"The report firmly establishes that the top leadership of the U.S. Olympic Committee was aware of Nassar’s criminal conduct year before they have publicly acknowledged it."

Star drummer Robin DiMaggio accused of embezzling $750,000 from kids' charity

Prosecutors said DiMaggio, who was music director for an Arsenio Hall show, used part of the money to buy his ex-wife a house.

Thousands still without power after deadly winter storm hits Southeast

At least three people were killed in North Carolina, the worst-hit state in the weekend's snow storm.

Man gives his first-class seat on flight to mother with ailing baby

Kelsey Zwick was flying from Orlando to Philadelphia so her 11-month-old daughter Lucy could be treated for a chronic lung disease, when an American Airlines flight attendant told her that a man had asked to switch seats with her. She was in economy. He: first class.

Dog refuses to abandon his home, even after it burned in Paradise, CA fire

Andrea Gaylord had to flee her home in Paradise, California when the Camp Fire hit. When Andrea was finally allowed to return and search for her missing dogs, she found that her dog Madison had been there all along, waiting for his family to come home.