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Williston Basin International Airport runway completion may be delayed due to railway flooding


Fox Island’s flood construction expected to finish this fall


President Trump approves North Dakota disaster declaration


Mckenzie county flood relief


Flood Protection for Burlington


UPDATE: Army Corps, State Water Commission clarifies what river levels will do in Bismarck


Damaging floods causing a rebound in the corn, soybean markets


Low river level on the Missouri


Minot flood walls taking shape with first concrete pour


Minot set to demolish Walders St. home bought in 2015


Minot marks 50th anniversary of the 1969 flood


Army Corps of Engineers now releasing 500 cfs from Jamestown reservoir


Minot, state leaders work with Army Corps on flood protection funding


Flood Resources


Raising money for Nebraska


East Grand Forks roads closing due to rising river levels


Flood emergency in Morton County


Morton County Commission declares flood emergency


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Family plans to sue Phoenix police for excessive force after 4-year-old took doll from store

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