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Bismarck Larks need help naming new mascot


Man buys ultra-rare Babe Ruth card for $2


President Trump invites NDSU Bison team to White House to be honored


Carson Wentz resolution passes in ND House


National Signing Day


Mandan woman to bowl at World Special Olympics


Sabre Dog host families


Minnesota Twins make a stop in the Magic City


Starion Sports Complex's first year


Inside look at a practice with the Minot Minotauros


NDSU Bison congratulated on Capitol Hill


Tioga Police start friendly hockey rivalry with area students


Fans cheer on Bison at official watch site in Velva


Bison win!


Bison fans prepare for game day


FCS National Championship Game


Bison fan bus heads to Frisco


Minot native Marney Gellner makes history with NBA broadcast


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Jussie Smollett could face criminal charges, according to law enforcement sources

The two men who Smollett claims attack him say they were hired by the actor to stage the attack, according to multiple police sources. The brothers could be called to testify in front of a grand jury.

'Young blood' company ends patient treatments

The FDA warned consumers against infusions of plasma from young donors, saying there is no evidence that they slow aging or memory loss, and can be dangerous.

'Are you gay, though?' Video shows man throwing punch in possible bias attack

Police in Salt Lake City have identified the suspect and said the caught-on-camera attack is “being investigated as a possible hate crime."

Nearly two dozen New York co-workers claim $437M Mega Millions jackpot

A group of 23 co-workers in Long Island claimed the largest jackpot in New York Lottery history — one totaling $437 million! The group claimed the prize Tuesday for the Jan. 1 Mega Millions drawing.

Don Newcombe, trailblazing Brooklyn Dodgers pitching great, dies at 92

He was among the first group of African-American players to break Major League Baseball's color barrier.