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Westmoreland can scrap health care, contract to sell mine

Giving Hearts Day Raises $16.2 Million

Minnesota man catches huge sturgeon while ice fishing

Big weekend push to find missing girl ends without breakthrough

After weather delay, search resumes for South Dakota girl

Georgia's House will soon become a reality

Plane involved in Sunday’s crash had a prior accident

Burgum, Hoeven, Bakken release statements on plane crash

UPDATE: Names of deadly Bismarck Air Medical plane crash victims released

BREAKING: Man found dead in chemical pond in Wishek

Fort Berthold landowners filing suit against pipeline

UPDATE: Pilot dies after crashing aircraft into Missouri River near Fort Rice

Searchers recover remains of ND doc missing in MT since 2015

Board of school with hazing incident accepts resignation

Fargo restaurant owner apologizes for booting breast-feeding woman

Black Nugget liquor license suspended; Underwood bar to close temporarily

Rugby regains title of "Center of North America," sort of

Wintry mix caused multiple car crashes near Dickinson

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Chicago police reveal how Smollett case was cracked

Chicago police chief said they were suspicious of Smollett's hate crime claim but gave him the "benefit of the doubt."

Cyclorama to be unveiled again amid diverging views of past

Though the painting depicts a northern victory, Southerners saw in the painting an Atlanta rising like the mythical phoenix.

A bit of snow in Los Angeles, and suddenly it's #snowmaggedon

"Correct, that is snow!" the National Weather Service tweeted in response to a video posted from the L.A. area. If precipitation is "in flakes it's snow."

Alabama woman who joined ISIS sues to return to the U.S.

The Obama administration initially determined Hoda Muthana was not a citizen and notified her family that it was revoking her passport in January 2016.

Virginia pupils told to act as slaves for Black History Month

Children "don't need to relive slavery," said the head of the local NAACP. "We've done enough. We've paid enough."