Minot man signed new home thanks to Resilient Homebuyer Program

One Minot man, whose house was impacted in the 2011 flood, signed for a new home Thursday thanks to the Resilient Homebuyer Program.

Minot man signed new home thanks to Resilient Homebuyer Program

One Minot man, whose house was impacted in the 2011 flood, signed for a new home Thursday thanks to the Resilient Homebuyer Program.

Students learn importance of ND agriculture on Pride of Dakota school lunch day

Pride of Dakota school lunch day is bringing class to the lunchroom to teach students about North Dakota's number one industry: agriculture.

Make-A-Wish reveal

A special moment happened earlier Wednesday for one Minot native.

LIVE: New regional healthcare campus and medical district celebrated in Minot

Rain wouldn't prevent medical professionals, political leaders and locals from heading out to celebrate the 'Breaking More Ground' ceremony hosted by Trinity Health.

Brave vs. Patriots volleyball

It's as good as it gets in the regular season in the W.D.A. Mandan and Century are undefeated in the conference. They meet tonight in the Olson Gym.

Weekly Wentz Watch

The Century High School graduate is back on the field this week for the Philadelphia Eagles.

 

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Tropical Storm Florence death toll climbs

South Carolina's storm losses alone were estimated at $1.2 billion.

Prosecution rests in murder trial of Chicago police officer who killed black teen

Among the final witnesses to testify was a former FBI agent who said Laquan McDonald's killing wasn't justified.

Want a plastic straw in California? You'll have to specifically ask for one

California Gov. Jerry Brown says plastics of call kinds are 'choking our planet.'

Trump identifies remains of two American soldiers killed in Korean war

"These HEROES are home, they may Rest In Peace, and hopefully their families can have closure," the president tweeted.

Ex-Southwest employee alleges 'whites-only' break room at Houston airport

A former Southwest Airlines employee claims that other employees created a "whites-only" break room at a Houston airport and that the company knew about it, according to a discrimination lawsuit filed Wednesday in federal court.