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Mandan High advances to esports regional championship

Tauros search for everyday heroes

Weather postpones Special Olympics North Dakota State Winter Games

Sabre Dogs GM Darrell Handelsman resigns

Bison back in Fargo with help from JMU's plane after travel troubles

NDSU Wins FCS National Championship, 8th title in 9 years

The stories behind the Bison fans herding to Frisco

Former DSU player Jay Liggins on training camp roster of St. Louis BattleHawks

NDSU going back to Frisco, TX

Former Bismarck hockey standout Britta Curl makes Team USA

NDSU Advances to National FCS Semifinals again

NDSU Bison win 37-13 against Nicholls State in the second round of the FCS Playoffs

Weekly Wentz Watch

DSU's Season ends in 57-14 defeat to #1 Morningside College

Player with cerebral palsy scores touchdown

Dickinson State to play defending national champions in NAIA football playoffs

(1) NDSU wins 49-14 against South Dakota Coyotes

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Browns' Kareem Hunt cited for speeding, marijuana in car

Hunt, who was suspended eight games by the NFL last season for two physical altercations, was cited for speeding only and released.

College fraternity member accused of shooting student in leg in hazing

"I expected a little bit of hazing. I didn't think they were going to hurt us," the injured student said of the initiation event for Kappa Sigma at New Mexico State University.

34 U.S. service members diagnosed with brain injuries after Iran attack

Iran fired more than a dozen ballistic missiles at two Iraqi air bases on Jan. 8 in retaliation for the U.S. killing of Gen. Qassem Soleimani.

NYPD officer and fiancée charged with murder of his 8-year-old son

NYPD Officer Michael Valva, 40, and Angela Pollina, 42, were taken into custody in connection to the death of Thomas Valva.

How does the new coronavirus spread?

Here's what scientists and public health officials know so far.