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Senate makes major changes to medical marijuana program


Governor signs informed consent law for abortion reversal drug


District 20 has a new Senator


Sand bagging site available in Burleigh County


Bill expands number of locations where babies can be abandoned


Senate sinks resolution to remove ND colleges from state constitution


Senate unanimously passes law enforcement training bill for missing and murdered indigenous people


Legislative Log: Gov. Burgum vetoes first bill of the session


Secretary of Labor visits North Dakota


Medical marijuana bills amended, faces Senate votes in coming days


Bill for new ND Logo continues in the Senate


Panel mulls North Dakota agency’s budget behind locked door


Penalty for fleeing from police bill passes in Senate


Hearing held on combatting drug usage in Indian country


Ward County facing shortage of prosecutors


Gov. Burgum signs 'Operation Prairie Dog' for local infrastructure projects


ND Legislature passes bill to study internet data privacy


Senate kills bill exempting bike, horse riders from DUI laws


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Officer who fatally shot Antwon Rose is acquitted

Prosecutors pushed for a conviction against Michael Rosfeld, 30, in the the fatal shooting of an unarmed black teenager last year in East Pittsburgh.

Stormy Daniels protests Illinois 'pole tax' on strip clubs

The adult film star called the tax "sexist and wrong," saying it ties nude entertainment to violence against women without justification.

Husband suspected of killing wife in North Carolina flown back after arrest in Arizona

"There is a key piece of evidence" in the murder case, the sheriff said, but he would not elaborate.

FEMA put 2.3M disaster survivors at risk of identity theft, watchdog says

Survivors of the 2017 California wildfires, hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria were among the millions whose privacy was violated, the inspector general's report says.

Two officers indicted for allegedly beating handcuffed man

The officers allegedly repeatedly struck the man in the face, causing him to fall backwards, then continued to punch him repeatedly while he was handcuffed on the floor.