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Sugar beet farmers face weather related set-backs


XWA Airport's goal to is break Williston all-time record


McKenzie County grandmother-granddaughter duo is hosting art show to help others


Landfill near Williston applying for permit to dispose of radioactive materials


Two Watford City natives launch online program to track mineral rights


More retail and big-name restaurants may be coming to Williston this spring


Plans for Williston's district 1 and district 8 are still up in the air.


Williston police seek help locating 16-year-old runaway April Haut


Williston Police seek public's help locating runaway teen Deacon Jones


Williston is a land of opportunity for those in need of work


State funding for hub cities


McKenzie County upgrading memorial park to honor veterans


Hedderich's sign may be salvageable


McKenzie County Amended Burn Ban order on the use of Fireworks


A new trend 'Rocks' the city of Williston


2017 Miss North Dakota Pageant contestants


Changing of the Guard Part 2


Changing of the Guard part 1


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Man accused of killing 1 at Missouri center was custodian angry at being sent home, police say

Michael Joseph Honkomp, 30, was shot in an exchange of gunfire with police and has been charged with murder and other counts.

Grandfather of toddler who died falling from cruise ship to plead guilty in her death

Salvatore Anello, Chloe Wiegand's grandfather, has filed paperwork to change his plea in a deal to avoid jail time, a family attorney told NBC News.

Person found dead at 9,400 feet on Mount Hood in Oregon; crews try to recover body

The sheriff's office initially said it was looking at the incident as a rescue after a call came in from a climber with Portland Mountain Rescue.

Two cheetah cubs born by IVF for first time

The cubs were born from in vitro fertilization to a surrogate cheetah mother in an effort to save the species. There are only 7,000 cheetahs left in the wild, where only 5 percent of cubs survive.

Inside Amazon’s first cashless “Go” supermarket

NBC’s Jo Ling Kent takes us to Seattle, where Amazon today opened its first cashless supermarket. Customers enter by scanning an app – and using sensors on the shelves and cameras in the store, their amazon account is charged for what they’ve taken.