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Former Arizona Wildcats men's basketball coach Lute Olson recovers from stroke


Class-B Basketball Polls


Bismarck Larks need help naming new mascot


Man buys ultra-rare Babe Ruth card for $2


Class-A Basketball Polls


Sports Spotlight: Ryan Ripplinger


Class-B Basketball Polls


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


NDAPSSA Class-A Basketball Polls


Sports Spotlight: Tayt Wolding


National Signing Day


Holsteins Wrestling


Mosbrucker Rodeo Company Extreme Bull Riding returns to Bismarck


NDAPSSA Class-A Basketball Polls


Sports Spotlight: Aric Knopik


Mandan woman to bowl at World Special Olympics


33rd Annual Bowling Classic


Trinity Boys Basketball


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Sports reporter comes close to getting knocked in the head by hockey puck

NBC Hockey analyst Pierre McGuire came close to getting hit in the head by a flying hockey puck at a game between the Columbus Blue Jackets and Tampa Bay Lightning.

World’s best-selling drug costs five times more in U.S. than Europe

Critics accuse the maker of Humira of exploiting U.S. patent laws to keep competitors’ less expensive versions off the market. The company, AbbVie, says it’s balancing the need to keep the drug affordable to patients with the need to fund new drug development.

HUD official gets stuck in complex elevator

New York public housing residents "endure this type of debilitating systematic failure on a regular basis," HUD's Lynne Patton said.

New details in the disappearance of Colorado woman who vanished

Prosecutors say the woman's fiance is responsible for her death and laid out their case today during a preliminary hearing.

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.