KFYR-TV is your local NBC Affiliate in Bismarck, North Dakota. We provide local news, weather and sports, as well as, NBC Network programming. | KFYR - News


American Legion hopes to keep up highway safety program in Montana

Travel agents say not to cancel trips to Dominican Republic

Will electric vehicle study spark new way to move through North Dakota?

Bis-Man Transit to stop bus services to Gateway Mall parking lots

Full-scale emergency exercise Wednesday at Minot International Airport

FAA awards $8 million in grants for XWA in Williston

Airlines prepare for summer travel

Highway 200 chip sealing starts Monday

Williams County, Williston to start paving project Monday, drivers should plan for delays

Phase three of runway reconstruction project underway at Bismarck Airport

One Fatality Outside of Jamestown Monday Night

Sun Country plane still grounded at Bismarck Airport

Renowned Egyptologist returning to Minot to share his story

Experts say ND should get fair share of summer traffic

Birdstrike grounds Sun Country plane at Bismarck Airport

Weather impacts flights at Bismarck Airport

UPDATE: No Travel Advisory lifted for County Road 7B

Williston awaits opening of new airport

Load More Stories


NBC News Headlines

Vanderbilt wins college baseball title

The Commodores top the Wolverines, keeping the Big Ten from its first CWS title since 1966.

Former USC gynecologist, accused of sexual misconduct, arrested in Los Angeles

Dr. George Tyndall was taken into custody on charges involving 16 women.

FAA finds potential flaw in Boeing 737 Max software updates

The software update was supposed to improve safety after the jets were grounded worldwide following two fatal crashes.

Mom allegedly beaten up by 13-year-old after she complained about bullying of her son

"They told my son Mexicans should go back behind the wall," said the woman, Beronica Ruiz, of the city of Passaic.

America’s biggest chicken producing companies under investigation for price fixing

Investigators are looking into whether Tyson Foods, Pilgrim’s Pride, Sanderson Farms and Perdue conspired to drive up prices on everything from chicken breasts to chicken tacos to chicken nuggets -- costing a typical American household an extra $210 a year, NBC News estimates. All four companies deny allegations of collusion and promise a robust legal defense.