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Active shooter drills at Minot Public Schools

Incident causes temporary lockdown at Trinity Hospital

Your News Leader debuts new set after months of prep

4.0 magnitude earthquake hits near Manhattan, Montana

Lanes closure along Divide Avenue

Hazen student shares Ridgecrest Earthquake experience

Edgeley farmer plows political message in field

Lemonade Day Bismarck Mandan

ND National Guard works on recruitment goal

USS North Dakota Commander applauds state for ship’s success underway

Former district judge passes away

Semi collides with snowplow on Interstate 94

Burleigh County Commissioners have approved the project priority list for 2019

U.S. Marshal, former McIntosh County deputy dies in the line of duty

Man charged in Williston for fleeing police officers

KFYR-TV's first news anchor passes away

United Tribes Technical College Evacuated

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2 firefighter friends went fishing. They haven't been seen since.

The two men from Florida and Virginia went fishing Friday on a 24-foot boat. Their disappearance has sparked a massive search.

'Our babies were taken': Woman sues archdiocese claiming forced adoption

“I reached for my baby only to find my arms and legs were tied down to the labor bed,” the woman said. "I was never allowed to see or hold my child."

Suspect in Mackenzie Lueck's death charged with sexual abusing another woman

Ayoola Ajayi, 31, is accused of sexually assaulting a woman he met on a dating app in March 2018 at his house.

Mattress mayhem: Watch airbeds fly as wind gust hits outdoor 'Bed Cinema'

The mattresses had been set up in a Denver neighborhood for an outdoor movie event.

Artisanal tobacco industry shows sparks of potential in Puerto Rico

Small-scale farmers usually grow and harvest tobacco leaves while artisans craft the cigars. But these young Puerto Rican farmers and artists do both.