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Linemen work to repair power poles from overnight storm

April blizzard affects ranchers in South Dakota

Road conditions and closures

Delta flights in, out of Minot impacted by winter storm

Weather radar approved for Williams County

Scientists to deploy drones in thunderstorm study

Missouri River Flood Stage Surpassed near Williston

UPDATE: Highway 22 at Lost Bridge CLOSED

Williams County approves weather radar project

Minot man can't wait for spring, snowblows backyard shirtless

With spring flowers comes spring potholes

Clearing the roads

Bismarck Snow Dragon

Cold temps keep people off slopes at Huff Hills

I-94 to open at 1 p.m. from Bismarck to Fargo

Truck stops filling up

UPDATE: I-29 now open from Fargo to Grand Forks

Fire hydrants buried in snow

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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange indicted on 17 new charges under Espionage Act

"This is madness. It is the end of national security journalism and the first amendment," WikiLeaks tweeted shortly after the charges were announced.

Celebrity chef Mario Batali faces criminal charge

Mario Batali, the world-famous chef who stepped away from his restaurant empire following sexual misconduct allegations in 2017, has been charged with indecent assault and battery after he was accused of groping and forcibly kissing a woman that same year.

National Enquirer museum spotlights O.J. Simpson, Michael Jackson and Princess Di

Museum operators hope "Enquiring minds" in Tennessee want to know more about tabloid news.

College student fell to her death while trying to snap a photo, Oregon officials say

The tragic fall is the latest in a series of deaths involving photos or selfies, and comes as authorities continue to warn the public to exercise caution while taking pictures in locations that can be dangerous

‘American Taliban’ John Walker Lindh released after 17 years in prison

John Walker Lindh, called the “American Taliban” after he was arrested while fighting with the group two months after September 11, was sentenced to 20 years but qualified for time off for good behavior.