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Many North Dakotans put personal stamp on their license plates

North Dakota IT Department relocates employees

Contestants prepare for Miss North Dakota Scholarship Competition

ND Highway Patrol audit shows underutilized grant dollars

Auditor: State Crime Lab facing major backlog

Audit reveals improper school bus inspections

Audit reveals possible mismanagement of school buses

First online State Fleet auction

Department of Environmental Quality up and running in Bismarck

Burgum requests disaster declaration for flooding recovery

NDDOT warns about driving through construction

NDDOT to add online vehicle auctions

NDDOT drivers license chief resigns

New North Dakota state record walleye caught

Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library passes Senate vote

Burgum declares Friday Vietnam Veterans Day in ND

Controversy Over Installation of New Cable Barriers in ND

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Woman found dead in Costco parking lot likely attacked by dogs

Three dogs — a pit bull, a large mixed-breed dog and a stray — were taken into custody by animal control and euthanized.

FX renews 'Pose' for Season 3

The show features the largest cast of transgender actors in series regular roles and the largest recurring cast of LGBTQ actors in a scripted series.

Suicide rates among young people rise, study finds

One teenage girl is working to prevent youth suicides and reduce the stigma of mental illness.

Kansas boy very lucky to survive knife impaling his face

The knife was embedded in the teen's skull and extended to just under his brain. The blade's tip, meanwhile, was pushing against his carotid artery, which supplies the brain with blood.

Newtown parents score a win in growing fight against hoaxers

The father of a victim of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre has won a defamation lawsuit against the authors of a book, "Nobody Died at Sandy Hook," that claimed the shooting never happened.