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Robert Forster, Oscar nominee for 'Jackie Brown,' dies at 78


Bedbound and ‘bored stiff’ Ozzy Osbourne cancels tour dates


Williston drive-in movie theater petition


Raising the curtains for a cause


Jason Aldean coming to the FARGODOME


Rod Stewart secretly battled cancer for 3 years


Wife says Kevin Hart ‘going to be fine’ after car crash


Obi-Wan, Lizzie McGuire join new Disney Plus platform


History Channel's 'It's How You Get There' films episode in Bismarck


First-ever Dak Jam hits the stage in Minot


Why Not puts on last music festival


Preparing for a show at Minot State Summer Theatre


Minot native Josh Duhamel to star in Shark Week feature film on Discovery Channel


Dan + Shay to perform at 2020 North Dakota State Fair


Charlee's Ride of the Day at the ND State Fair


ND Country Fest kicks off third year


Minot Fireworks Association set for second 4th of July show


Medora tickets showdown


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American prosecutor slain in Pacific nation of Micronesia

The killing of Rachelle Bergeron shocked the tiny island of Yap, one of Micronesia's four states, where she served as acting attorney general.

More than 160,000 have fled northern Syria as Turkish offensive continues

One human rights observer called the flight from the region a “catastrophic civilian displacement.”

4.5-magnitude earthquake hits near San Francisco Bay area

Some reported intense shaking in the quake, which struck northeast of San Francisco. There is no tsunami threat, officials said.

Man arrives to police station with dead body in car, leads police to 3 others

The man told police in Mt. Shasta that he had killed people at his apartment, more than 200 miles away, officials said.

Power lines may be at fault in raging California wildfire

The Saddleridge Fire consumed 17 homes and other structures and was blamed in the deaths of a veteran park ranger and another person.