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Fire Prevention Week: What exercises can keep you safe


Troopers on a Train


More North Dakotans using car seats correctly


Ruptured gas line causes leak in Bismarck neighborhood


Medical Minute: Water safety


Motorcycle rider says ABATE of ND's safety course saved his life


Bike ride raises awareness before Share the Road Safety Week


Recognizing when someone is drowning


North Dakota Safety Council holds violence preparedness training


Construction safety week in Williston


ND Safety Council employee shares her story on distracted driving


Family Rescued after being stranded on a sandbar


“The unsung heroes:” Dispatchers raise awareness during telecommunications week


Red Cross Home Fire Campaign


North Dakota residents share stories of tragedy in hopes of inspiring others to be safe


First responders request Little Missouri River bridge in Medora


Importance of seat belt Safety


Avalanche training class in Minot for snowmobilers


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3 soldiers killed, 3 injured in Georgia during training accident

“We are extremely saddened by the loss of three Dogface Soldiers, and injuries to three more," said Maj. Gen. Tony Aguto.

11-month-old baby shot three times in Philadelphia is in critical condition

The infant's stepmother was driving with the child in the car on Saturday evening when shots rang out.

No 'plan B': Iranian students despair as visa applications revoked

Some 20 Iranian students were barred from boarding flights to the U.S. during September, despite having the necessary paperwork.

Astros seek second world title in 3 seasons

The 2017 champs top the New York Yankees, winning the American League pennant.

Storm brings wind, rain, tornadoes to Florida Panhandle

Nestor, once a tropical storm, continued to weaken Saturday as it moved toward Georgia and the Carolinas.