Friends, colleagues remember the life of Mark Vickerman

Wed May 15 17:22:39 PDT 2019

Friends, colleagues remember the life of Mark Vickerman

Mark Vickerman was 55-years-old when he lost his life last week.

Bismarck Demons soccer wins state title

It was a season to remember for the Bismarck Demons soccer team as they won their second state title in four years.

Evening weather 10-18-19

Friday evening weather forecast with Meteorologist Henry Blakes.

Sprucing up your flower pots for winter

Snow is here and if you have flower pots that are empty and need some color for the winter, spruce top are an easy way to get that color.

E-Sports at Bismarck State College

E-Sports used to be something to do outside of class. But at Bismarck State College, they've dedicated a room in the Student Union to make gaming an in-school activity.

UND, NDSU on Athlete Bill

Athletic directors from North Dakota Universities are weighing in on a state lawmaker's plan to introduce a bill allowing student athletes to be compensated for endorsements or their image.

Jamestown mayor urges more to volunteer in fall flood fight

Over 100 volunteers gathered at Sandbag Central in Jamestown Friday.

 

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Giant cranes at collapsed Hard Rock Hotel where 3 died to be demolished

Controlled explosions are planned to bring down the construction cranes towering above the hotel site.

New video shows when school coach took student's shotgun, hugged him

Keanon Lowe, a former star player for the University of Oregon Ducks who works at the Portland school, said he knew from the student's face the gun was real.

Man who said he tried to save parents, sister in fire is a suspect

"You can lock me up, but you're not going to take me in for me to say this, 'I did it,'" Wilber Romero, 26, told a local TV station. "I'm not going to say it because I didn't do it."

Chicago police chief had been drinking before he was found asleep in car

Superintendent Eddie Johnson said Thursday that his medication had been changed and that he felt light-headed while driving home.

'Light years apart': Police shootings in Dallas-Fort Worth expose disparities

In Texas' Metroplex, a pair of similar police shootings have residents wondering if justice can be equally served.