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Minot's 'Alpha Company' honored in emotional ceremony

A Minot-based national guard company that disabled hundreds of explosives during the war in Iraq received one of the nation's top honors Saturday.

I-94 crash

I-94 crash

Street Fair kicks off in Bismarck

Street Fair kicks off in Bismarck



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Why couldn’t United Auto Workers union come to deal with GM?

The United Auto Workers union plans to strike against General Motors after the two could not come to a deal before the deadline. The strike could cost General Motors hundreds of millions of dollars and is the first national UAW strike in a dozen years.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo moves to enact statewide flavored e-cig ban

The ban would go into affect as soon as the state's health council votes to approve the measure and would start being enforced in as soon as two weeks.

Man held in connection to fire that destroyed 119-year-old Minnesota synagogue

Duluth police arrested Matthew Amiot, 36, on Friday, but said at this time they have “no reason to believe” the fire was a hate crime.

California woman eats engagement ring in sleep while dreaming about it

"I popped that sucker off, put it in my mouth and swallowed it with a glass of water," Jenna Evans wrote in a Facebook post about the ordeal.

Ex-NFL player accused of staging hate crime at his own bakery

Police in Georgia arrested Edawn Louis Coughman for allegedly staging the crime to make an insurance claim and sell off the undamaged appliances.