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Inventor of electric stove inducted into BHS Hall of Fame

Bismarck Public Works checking the city's hydrants

Burleigh County taxes to go up in 2020

Drive Electric ND trying to spark interest in electric vehicle infrastructure

NDHP looking for pickup owner with possible fatal crash information

Lincoln City Council ratifies police chief firing

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and ND leaders agree to elk management deal

Bill Sorenson entering final weekend of Medora Musical

ND DOT adding safety corridors to dangerous roadways

I-94 construction projects on schedule

Bismarck hosts suicide prevention summit

Burleigh County receives federal funding for bridge projects

Summer public fossil dig uncovers hundreds of prehistoric pieces in North Dakota

Burleigh County road project hits speedbump

UPDATE: Watford City Police say runaway teen found safe

Nebraska court uphold's state's approval of Keystone XL pipeline path

Active shooter drills at Minot Public Schools

Incident causes temporary lockdown at Trinity Hospital

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California is still swimming in illegal marijuana

"The real underlying problem is that there’s insufficient licenses address market demand," said the CEO of Weedmaps.

Fetal remains found in abortions doctor's garage are decades old, police say

The remains were found sealed in individual bags inside more than 70 boxes and from abortions performed in 2000, 2001 and 2002 in Indiana, officials said.

1 dead, 5 hurt in shooting in Washington, D.C.

Five adult men and a woman were shot, and one of the men died. Police tweeted they were looking for a car with two males armed with an "AK style" rifle.

Colorado police searching for mosque vandal

"I was not really shocked [by] what happened because I know this happens all over the United States," the mosque's vice president said

Missouri Governor pledges state resources to combat wave of violence in St. Louis

After nearly two dozen fatal shootings of children in and around St. Louis this year, Gov. Mike Parsons announced state resources to help the city.