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Disturbance on 19th Street bridge closes portion of I-94 Friday afternoon


NDDOT seeks public input on safety projects amendment


Highway 83 alternatives


Tips for dealing with icy roads when behind the wheel


Medical issue to blame for school bus accident Thursday


Two injured after two Bismarck school buses crash


Bismarck City Commission reveals freight movement study findings


NDDOT says vehicle fatalities decreased in 2018


Ward County Commissioners sponsor plans for pedestrian bridge in Burlington


Two to three-lane conversion project revised again


Two killed in head-on collision in Ward County


Sleepy Hollow park getting improvements


Conversion to three lanes on Main Avenue could become permanent next year


Temporary traffic flow change on Minot's Broadway Bridge


ND Hwy 41 Temporarily Closed


Vehicle/pedestrian crash sparks conversation about crosswalk safety


Two killed in snowy crash


UPDATE: Man killed in accident that diverted traffic on Highway 85 south of Williston


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