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Mandan family watches relative launch into space


Legend of Loch Ness Monster will be tested with DNA samples


Close new Earth-size world, where year lasts under 10 days


Students rock out at Gem and Mineral Show


Paleontologists educate community members for National Fossil Day


A look back at 1979 eclipse in Williston


View of near solar eclipse totality from Sturgis, S.D.


Monsignor travels to Casper, Wyo., to view totality of eclipse


Gateway to Science eclipse event brings in more than 400 visitors


Many view solar eclipse at MSU


Impact of total solar eclipse on solar grids


BSC Astronomy Club gets ready for total solar eclipse


What does the eclipse mean to Native Americans?


Bismarck man traveling to Wyoming to see eclipse


Students face off for chance to go to international environmental science competition



 

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Two teachers in New York fired after noose images displayed in classroom

The noose images were part of a larger collage that was in one of the classrooms at the middle school, which has a student body that is almost entirely black and Hispanic.

Native American inmates win fight to keep long hair

In their lawsuit against state's criminal justice department, they argued that their spiritual beliefs regard hair as an extension of the soul and should only be cut when in mourning.

San Francisco weighing e-cigarette ban

The California city already prohibits the sale of flavored tobacco and flavored vaping liquid.

Mother accused of abusing 7 adopted children to force them into making YouTube videos

The children told police their adoptive mother starved, beat and pepper sprayed them when they failed to follow direction for videos, officials said.

Border patrol announces 4th in-custody death of migrant since December

The Mexican man died shortly after he was arrested near an urban border crossing, officials said.