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Evening storms lead to crop damage in southern Ward County


South Dakota bull buried in blizzard last winter, now caught in flash flood


Ward County Commissioners moved to put weather modification on the ballot


Heavy storm sweeps through ND


Power outage in Northwest Bismarck, Update: Power is back on


Wild storm passes through Watford City


Gov. Burgum visits Mott after tornado


Gov. Burgum to survey Mott tornado damage, recovery


Power Outage in Western North Dakota and Eastern Montana, UPDATE: Power is restored in Dickinson


Hettinger County Fair cancelled after tornado levels building


National Weather Service surveys tornado damage in Mott


NWS confirms EF-1 tornado damage in Mott


Remembering the July, 8, 2009 tornado 10 years later


Severe weather stretch damaging Carson ranches


Tornadoes sweeping through the US


Linemen work to repair power poles from overnight storm


April blizzard affects ranchers in South Dakota


Road conditions and closures


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