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Bison Football Coach Matt Entz attends Velva Golf Scramble


Struggling to fill Bismarck Youth Football League roster


Former NFL quarterback Peyton Manning coming to Fargo


Volunteers needed for Babe Ruth World Series


Corbett Field is 400th stop for ballpark chaser


Carson Wentz at Sanford Power in Bismarck


McQuade Softball Tournament by the numbers


USA Patriots in town for McQuade weekend


Golf tournament honors memory of Jock Stevick with dental scholarship


Sabre Dogs' Brock Baughcum makes transition from player to coach


How many people does it take to make McQuade happen?


Bismarck man arrested with stolen car in Berthold


Athletes compete in North Dakota Paragames


Larks fireworks spark concern


Toronto Raptors Connections to Bismarck


Bismarck golf dome goes down for summer renovations


PBR back in Bismarck


Carson Wentz talks about his contract


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Man charged after allegedly killing teen, posting photos of her body on Discord

Brandon Clark, 21, stabbed himself in the neck before police took him into custody.

Texas woman allegedly lived with dead mother's remains for three years

Authorities think Jacqueline Crayton, then 71, suffered a non-life-threatening fall in 2016 and died a few days later.

At least 1 dead, 15 injured in gas explosion at California home

Southern California Gas Company confirmed that one of its employees died in the blast at the Murrieta home.

Founder of neo-Nazi site Daily Stormer should pay $14 million to victim of 'troll storm,' judge says

A federal magistrate denounced the "particularly egregious and reprehensible nature" of Andrew Anglin's anti-Semitic intimidation of a Montana woman.

South Bend police officer who fatally shot black man resigns

Many residents of the Indiana city were angry Sgt. Ryan O'Neill's body camera⁠ — part of a program launched by Mayor Pete Buttigieg — was turned off during the shooting.