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Dozens of South Prairie students start their day with yoga


Boil order lifted in Upham


Williston medical marijuana dispensary to open in Williston June 1


Trinity Homes lifts flu-related visitor restrictions


Grant provides AED's for Ward County Sheriff's Department


ND sees decrease in drug overdoses


Poison prevention week


Boil Order in Upham


Medical Minute: Genetic testing


Sanford Health partners with V.A. to offer genetic testing


Report says many seniors are not being assessed for cognitive impairment


Medical Minute: UND dietitian student emphasizes National Nutrition Month


Shingles vaccine Shingrix shortage


CHI St. Alexius nurses vote to unionize with Minnesota Nurses Association


Pharmaceutical company proposes generic insulin to help save diabetics money


Children's Health Insurance Program changes would save ND millions


Well water samples return satisfactory in Sawyer, boil order remains for now


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Officer who fatally shot Antwon Rose is acquitted

Prosecutors pushed for a conviction against Michael Rosfeld, 30, in the the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager last year in East Pittsburgh.

Stormy Daniels protests Illinois 'pole tax' on strip clubs

The adult film star called the tax "sexist and wrong," saying it ties nude entertainment to violence against women without justification.

Husband suspected of killing wife in North Carolina flown back after arrest in Arizona

"There is a key piece of evidence" in the murder case, the sheriff said, but he would not elaborate.

FEMA put 2.3M disaster survivors at risk of identity theft, watchdog says

Survivors of the 2017 California wildfires, hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria were among the millions whose privacy was violated, the inspector general's report says.

Two officers indicted for allegedly beating handcuffed man

The officers allegedly repeatedly struck the man in the face, causing him to fall backwards, then continued to punch him repeatedly while he was handcuffed on the floor.