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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

KFYR-TV says goodbye to anchor, producer Marcie Bollinger

Cause of death for man found in McIntosh County pond confirmed as drowning

ATV crash in Lincoln leaves one injured

Mandan connection to failed Soyuz rocket launch

Burleigh County Sheriff's deputy takes a tumble, but makes a quick recovery

Implosion at Stanton Great River Energy Station

Sen. Heitkamp's mother passes away

Search continues on Heart River for missing Bismarck man

Rep. Kevin Cramer's son Isaac passes away

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Treasurer accused of stealing $410,000 from charity for families of slain NYPD officers

The woman allegedly spent the money on her grandchild's private school tuition, dental expenses and Barbra Streisand tickets.

The military knew a Nebraska Air Force base faced flooding issues. But it didn't act in time.

Extreme weather is threatening bases across the nation, but preparations for the changing future have often been too slow.

Unlike professional actors, YouTube child stars have fewer protections

Laws ensure professional child performers are safe, educated and not working too many hours. But they don't extend to stars of popular YouTube channels.

Suspected kidnapper made Boston woman pose for selfies, read from Bible, officials say

The woman was found alive on Jan. 21 in Victor Peña's apartment, three days after she went missing.

'Ticket to the club': Why some families go after elite, selective schools

Do the nation's most selective universities guarantee economic returns or merely bragging rights?