Graduation pressures: Part 1

Mon May 20 09:40:38 PDT 2019

Graduation pressures: Part 1

Graduation is an exciting time, but it can also be a challenging period.

Trinity Health prepares amidst coronavirus concerns

Hospitals throughout the state are taking action. In Minot, Trinity Hospital says it is preparing in the event the virus makes its way here.

Evening weather 2-17-2020

Thursday evening weather forecast with Chief Meteorologist Kevin Lawrence.

Sit down and move

The Burleigh County Senior Center hosted a special yoga lesson called Chair Yoga.

General training for Olympic volunteers has been halted due to coronavirus

The Olympics welcomes thousands of athletes, along with a similar number of volunteers.

Letter on late oil royalties gets clarification

A controversial letter sent to North Dakota oil producers is getting clarified after backlash from the industry.

Williston State College's Stevens Hall renovations start next month

An extensive renovation to Williston State College's Stevens Hall starts March 1.



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Victims, shooter in Molson Coors attack identified by Milwaukee police

Police identified the five employees who were killed and the co-worker who opened fire at the campus known locally as Miller Valley.

After mystery coronavirus case, health officials go into detective mode

The UC Davis patient is not believed to have had exposure through travel or a known infected individual — so health officials have to find the "invisible line of transmission," one expert said.

Lori Loughlin trial has an official start date

The trial of Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannulli will begin in October, despite their lawyer arguing that prosecutors hid evidence that would clear the couple of the charges against them in the college admissions scandal.

Water main break submerges Houston highway, threatens homes

A 96-inch water main break backed up traffic for miles on a busy Houston interstate and forced closures at the University of Houston, courts and some early voting locations.

18,000 students see ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ at Madison Square Garden

The cast took the show on the road for a one-time-only performance at MSG, which has never hosted a Broadway play before. The free show was for a very special audience: 18,000 NYC public school students.