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Williston awaits opening of new airport


Mandan High School marching band heading to Ireland


Report of potential Amtrak route changes causes some concerns


Crews remain patient until it's time to treat the roads


United Airlines adds third Minot flight


NDDOT Western District struggles to de-ice roads


Winter weather impacts Amtrak's Empire Builder route through North Dakota


Plans for future of public transit in Bismarck taking shape


UPDATE: Bis-Man Transit/CAT cancels services for Tuesday, Wednesday due to weather


Stuck at Denver International Airport


UPDATE: Extreme weather causes travel frustrations


Weather causes flight delays, cancellations


Teen dies after falling from cruise ship, landing on pier


Businesswoman who sued Minot loses 8th Circuit appeal


ND Highway Patrol responds to 6 snowplow-related accidents


Bill would legalize remote car starting


Winter storm wreaking havoc on travelers


Santa delivers lower gas prices for holiday travel


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The officers allegedly repeatedly struck the man in the face, causing him to fall backwards, then continued to punch him repeatedly while he was handcuffed on the floor.