'Blue Line Bears' honor memory of Dep. Colt Allery

'Blue Line Bears' honor memory of Dep. Colt Allery

The family of Deputy Colt Allery now has another way to remember the sacrifice Colt made for the people of North Dakota.

Longtime Minot Central Campus secretary retires

Cheryl Lenton, a secretary at Minot Central Campus, is retiring after nearly 47 years with the school.

Minot Central Campus Principal looks back on legacy

There will be a new leader at Minot Central Campus next year.

Bismarck-Mandan high school graduates celebrate Native American culture

In order to celebrate Native American culture the schools in Bismarck help organize a celebration for the graduating seniors in our area, and this year for the first time Mandan's schools took part as well.

World War II plane passes through Bismarck

Eleven friends from Portland, Ore. are going half-way around the world in a refurbished plane from World War II to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the D-Day Invasion.

Evening weather 5-24-19

Friday evening weather forecast with Chief Meteorologist Kevin Lawrence.

Dan's Garden: Flowering crab trees

Crab trees are in full bloom and Dan Cashman from Cashman Nursery and Landscaping shows off the great color of the winter flowering crab, and the red and pink flowering crab apple trees.



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Two dead after tornado tears through Oklahoma, destroying hotel

The second story of a El Reno motel collapsed in the Saturday night storm, officials said.

Missing Hawaii hiker says she 'chose life' after falling from cliff

Amanda Eller says the 17 days she was lost in the Maui forest were "the toughest" of her life.

Tourist dead after apparent shark attack in Hawaii

The victim's family said he had gone for a swim. Officials described the waters as calm and clear.

Utah judge suspended for criticizing Trump

The court noted multiple times when Kwan had provided political comments that criticized Donald Trump, as a presidential candidate in 2016 and as president.

Hiker found alive after more than two weeks in Hawaii forest

35-year-old Amanda Eller went hiking alone in Maui, leaving her cell phone in her car, and was more than found two weeks later, barefoot and skinny, at the bottom of a ravine.