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Inner Groundwork planning mental health programs in Bismarck Public Schools

According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, In North Dakota, the suicide rate per 100,000 has almost doubled over the past decade and a Bismarck woman says she's on a mission to expand mental health programs.

Local community reacts to Sri Lanka bombings

This violence hits close to home many in the Bismarck-Mandan area, as thousands of people pack area churches for Easter services. The news was a surprise for some and devastating for others.

Spring boater safety on the Missouri

North Dakota's Game and Fish Department says boater safety is very important because the tide and current of the Missouri River is constantly changing.

A&B Pizza celebrates 50 years

Four generations have been keeping the tradition alive at A&B Pizza.

Moment of silence

The Bismarck Bobcats hockey team faced a make or break game Friday night in a playoff showdown against the Minot Minotauros.

 

NBC News Headlines

New hope rises for would-be LGBTQ parents in New York

New York is one of only three states across the U.S. that bans paid surrogacy outright. That may soon change.

N.Y. cases drive U.S. measles count up to 626

"The implications of this are huge for the city, the state and the country," says a Brooklyn doctor whose practice is at the epicenter of the outbreak.

Kansas zookeeper mauled by tiger out of intensive care unit

The Sumatran tiger named Sanjiv attacked the longtime trainer Saturday in Topeka as visitors watched.

'Big-hearted' American, billionaire's kids among dead in Sri Lanka attack

Colleagues of Dieter Kowalski, 40, were urged to "remember his love of life and his love of solving people’s problems."

Woman with baby waves gun, threatens to blow up Easter church service

The baby and the suspect's 5-year-old daughter, who was discovered at a different location after the incident, were taken into protective custody.