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SMSgt. Chris Edgerton awarded the Bronze Star Medal


Col. Huber promoted to brigadier general


Minot Air Force Base firefighters recognized for their work


Gov. Burgum signs bill exempting military retirement benefits from state income tax


Fargo native chosen as new Commander for the Blue Angels


Women's History Month: Breaking barriers


Senate budget expands National Guard tuition waivers, holds off on full Grafton expansion


USS North Dakota returns home Thursday


Minot airman selected for Air Force's Senior Leader Enlisted Commissioning Program


Minot Air Force Base Bronze Star Medal recipient


ND National Guard, Stockmen’s Association at odds over Grafton expansion


Soldiers return home


Prairie Patriot Firearms sits vets down for coffee, talks vet issues


Military appreciation lunch ahead of Veteran’s Day


ND vets receive hero’s welcome returning from honor flight


Remembering WWI veteran, Mandan resident Pvt. Everett Henry Gilbert


Midwest Honor Flight thanks heroes with trip to Washington, DC


Minot Air Force Base Military Retiree Appreciation Day


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Sacramento Kings investigate Luke Walton

A former TV sports reporter filed a lawsuit accusing Walton of sexual assault back in 2014

Chicken is often the culprit in food poisoning, study finds

The CDC says that the increases could be the result of new diagnostic tools that help identify more cases.

FBI, IRS agents search Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh's homes, City Hall

Pugh went on leave April 1, saying she needed time off to recover from pneumonia. She's also facing intense scrutiny over the sale of her children's books to entities that do business with the city.

Some horse advocates buck at new plan to save wild mustangs

Nancy Perry, ASPCA's senior vice president, acknowledges they're in "frightening territory" with a "bold approach that no one has taken so far."

Andrew Freund's parents killed him days before they reported him missing, police say

JoAnn Cunningham and Andrew Freund Sr. made their first court appearance Thursday and were ordered to be held on $5 million bonds.