Sara Medalen honored as North Dakota Teacher of the Year finalist

Fri Sep 20 17:34:35 PDT 2019

Sara Medalen honored as North Dakota Teacher of the Year finalist

There are more than 8,000 teachers in North Dakota. Five have been recognized as North Dakota Teach of the Year Finalists, and one of those finalist teaches in Minot.

EPA looking to change ethanol projections

Two weeks ago, the EPA announced it would maintain ethanol production levels next year, but there's no guarantee beyond that.

Minot local beat breast cancer, now wants to help others

The Susan G. Komen foundation says that in 2019, it's estimated among U.S. women there will be more than 260,000 new cases of invasive breast cancer. And they estimate more than 41,000 deaths from breast cancer this year alone.

Babies are booming in the Bakken

More than 1,500 have been born at Williston's hospital within the last two years. This baby boom is evident at Williston's Fire Department.

Evening weather 10-16-19

Evening weather forecast with Meteorologist Henry Blakes.

A stinky situation

When there's an unwanted animal on your property, many people's reaction is to call animal control. But critters like bats, skunks, and rodents aren't the city's responsibility.



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Ex-officer who killed retired librarian during drill gets no jail time

The 73-year-old woman who had volunteered to participate in a police demonstration was shot and killed in front of about three dozen people, including her husband.

Hundreds of thousands lose power in Northeast in 'bomb cyclone'

In Boston, winds gusted at 70 mph at Logan International Airport early Thursday, and a gust of 88 mph was recorded at Yarmouth on Cape Cod.

Conspiracy theorist must pay Sandy Hook father $450,000, jury says

Retired professor James Fetzer, co-author of the book "Nobody Died at Sandy Hook," was found guilty in June of defaming Leonard Pozner.

Elijah Cummings, influential Democrat and Trump foil, dies at 68

Cummings passed away at Johns Hopkins Hospital, his office confirmed.

Celebs, 2020 candidates send messages to LGBTQ youth on #SpiritDay

The anti-LGBTQ bullying campaign started in 2010 and takes place every year on the third Thursday of October.