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"Homes for Hope" project donates to local charities


Update: Police say missing Fargo boy has returned home


Special Olympics USA Medalist Bowls a Win in Dubai


Changes Coming to Bismarck City Building Codes


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UPDATE: 56-year-old Bismarck woman has been located


Bismarck Parks and Recreation proposes indoor community recreation complex


Go Fund Me page for Williston man shot and killed


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3rd Street bridge reopens in Minot


Bismarck Larks Receive “You Make a Difference Award”


Minot city council hosts community discussion on recycling


"Old Glory" Run to Honor Fallen Service Members


Bismarck Street Closure


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Probe into abuse at America's oldest deaf school finds 'appalling truths'

Officials apologized for the "inexcusable actions" of staff and faculty members and the "fact that the school did not prevent or stop them."

U.S. prosecutors to lay out case against Julian Assange at extradition hearing

Julian Assange has been indicted in the U.S. on 18 charges over the publication of classified documents.

Were these six Chinese trespassers confused tourists or spies? The FBI wants to know.

FBI counterintelligence agents are probing whether the spate of incidents at Trump's Mar-a-Lago club and a military site might be part of a coordinated espionage effort.

2nd person struck and killed by Mardi Gras parade float in New Orleans

A woman was killed earlier this week in an accident similar to one that occurred Saturday night.

Daredevil 'Mad' Mike Hughes dies in homemade rocket launch

He was working on a TV show, "Homemade Astronauts," when his craft crashed in the California desert.