Medical Minute: Urgent Care patient increase

Medical Minute: Urgent Care patient increase

Sanford Health offers a walk-in service to patients in the Minot area.

Jeannette Myhre students 'horse around' as a reward

Students at Jeannette Myhre Elementary in Bismarck got to spend their Friday afternoon horsing around.

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.

Oversized load rolls, prompting closure of Hwy 2 west

An oversized load hauled by a commercial vehicle headed westbound overturned Friday morning near the junction of Highway 2 and 52, prompting the North Dakota Highway Patrol to redirect traffic.

Prairie Patriot offers unique date night at the range

Prairie Patriot Firearms Training is giving couples a unique date night experience.

Market Facilitation Program impacting farmers

The first round of financial assistance to farmers hurt by the Chinese trade dispute went out a few weeks ago, and some farmers have relied on them more than they had hoped.

Evening weather 9-20-19

Friday evening weather forecast with Meteorologist Henry Blakes.

 

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Trump admin accuses Duke, UNC of pro-Islam bias, threatens funding

The Department of Education is threatening to revoke funding for a joint Duke/UNC course because it allegedly favors Islam over Judaism and Christianity

Barron Hilton, hotelier and founding owner of Los Angeles Chargers, dies at age 91

Barron Hilton was an entrepreneur before succeeding his father, Conrad, as head of Hilton Hotels Corporation.

At least four dead after tour bus crashes in Utah, police say

About a dozen to 15 people were critically injured in the crash, the Utah Highway Patrol. China's embassy said the crash involved Chinese tourists.

Ex-Florida police chief: Jeffrey Epstein likely tipped off during 2005 child sex probe

Former Palm Beach police chief Michael Reiter spoke out to NBC News in one of his most extensive interviews to date.

Three Mile Island, site of 1979 nuclear meltdown, shuts down for good

Dismantling the remaining working unit and removing spent fuel could take six decades and cost more than $1 billion, its owner estimates.