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Mon Jun 01 18:15:39 PDT 2020

Bismarck Governors return to action

In the return to a sense of normality, the Bismarck Govs held their first day of tryouts Monday at the Municipal Ball Park.

Bismarck Governors return to action

In the return to a sense of normality, the Bismarck Govs held their first day of tryouts Monday at the Municipal Ball Park.

Evening weather 6-1-2020

Monday evening weather forecast.

Miss Sparkles takes story time on the road

After two months of virtual story time, Miss Sparkles is taking her daily story times on the road.

Former living mascot for NDSU is let loose to retire on the prairie

Corso the bison was an orphaned calf before becoming the NDSU football team mascot.

Mask requirements causing controversy

Mask wearing has prompted plenty of controversy.

Summertime Weather

As we turn the calendar from May to June we can also expect more active and intense weather systems. Meteorologist Curt Olson is here with us to explain some of summers weather issues and what to look for when the weather threatens.

 

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Carole Baskin awarded 'Tiger King' Joe Exotic's former zoo

Exotic is currently serving a 22-year prison sentence for a murder-for-hire plot against Baskin.

Curfews not enough to keep the peace with protests, arrests coast to coast

Police fired tear gas outside the White House and in Philadelphia as looting and small fires were reported in New York City.

Police shot, hit by vehicles in escalating George Floyd protests nationwide

“Thankfully, they’re alive. They’re alive,” St. Louis Police Commissioner John W. Hayden said after four officers were shot early Tuesday.

NYPD officer appears to brandish gun at protesters in video

The incident follows others that have come under scrutiny, including video of two NYPD SUVs plowing into a crowd of protesters in Brooklyn.

Dentists extract new fee from patients to keep up with rising COVID-19 costs

A growing number of dental offices across the country are charging patients an "infection control fee."