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Nine dead in Brule County, SD plane crash

Minnesota pilot rescued after flying into power lines

High water creating challenges for fisheries on the Missouri River System

Game and Fish conduct mule deer surveys

ND students selected to create ornaments for National Christmas Tree Celebration

Biologists collect lake depth information

Garrison set to begin hiring police officers

Dakota Access Pipeline company donates to first responder groups

ND DOCR Receives Grant for Drug Court

Shiloh Skyhawks retire fallen teammate's jersey during senior night

Retired judge joins Abused Adult Resource Center Board of Directors

Border to Border: The war on drugs

Border to Border: Legal immigration

Border to Border: Protecting the South

Border to Border: A Tale of Two Crossings Part 2

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Police officers among those killed in multiple shootings across country

At least 15 people caught in Kansas City violence were being treated at area hospitals, with three listed in critical condition.

Two police officers fatally shot in Hawaii as nearby homes burn

Two women remained missing Sunday night, and Honolulu police believe the suspect may have died in the fire, which destroyed seven homes.

The Super Bowl is set: 49ers face Chiefs after dominating conference championship games

Kansas City will face San Francisco in pro football's title game on Feb. 2 in Miami.

Your heartburn drug has been recalled. Now what?

There are alternatives to heartburn relief — including a doctor-approved bedtime trick.

What to know before Virginia's gun rights rally

Gov. Ralph Northam has declared a state of emergency amid fears that Monday's demonstration in Richmond will turn violent.