Scams around Medicare Part D

Thu Sep 19 10:13:01 PDT 2019

Scams around Medicare Part D

Open enrollment for Medicare Part D begins in October and Josh Askvig with the North Dakota AARP along with Janelle Middlestead from the North Dakota Insurance Department are here with us.

Minot State students support Glenburn's music program

A new tune is taking over the halls of Glenburn Public School.

Skyhawks buzzer beater

For every "thrill of victory,' there is an "agony of defeat". It played out that way in the final seconds of the Region Five girls basketball championship Thursday night.

Evening weather 2-28-2020

Friday evening weather forecast with Chief Meteorologist Emilie Hillman.

Legacy High School students learn to 'Stop the Bleed'

Legacy High School medical career students got a chance to train and be certified in the "Stop the Bleed program."

Peer outreach

First responders are tasked with a difficult job. Many times they leave traumatic scenes and the result is an emotional impact that's never dealt with. The Burleigh County Sheriffs Department is saying no more.

Howard, Entzel plead not guilty in preliminary hearing

The man and woman charged in the murder of a Bismarck man have pleaded not guilty to all charges.



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After missteps, CDC says its coronavirus test kit is ready for primetime

"This has not gone as smoothly as we would have liked," Dr. Nancy Messonnier of the CDC said.

Meet the 7-year-old space expert with out-of-this-world dreams

Jerry Morrison has always been fascinated by space. The 7-year-old was inspired by his Uncle Joey, who works as a NASA engineer. Now Jerry teaches other kids about the galaxy and is shooting for the stars when it comes to his bright future.

What Americans should know about preventing coronavirus spread

Masks are most helpful when worn by people who are already sick to help prevent infecting others, experts say. The CDC advises to wash your hands regularly, cover your cough and avoid touching your face.

Investigators search for answers in mystery California coronavirus case

The CDC is working with Sacramento doctors to find out how a female patient was infected with COVID-19 outside of quarantine. Medical staff who treated her are in isolation and her family under a 14-day quarantine as doctors reach out to her employer and those who may have been in contact with her.

False claims online distort coronavirus symptoms, promote bogus cures

Here are some of the claims spreading online, and the facts you need to know about them.