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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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Astronauts complete historic all-female spacewalk

Jessica Meir and Christina Koch made history as they replaced a failed power system on the International Space Station -- taking part in the first-ever all-female spacewalk.

Meghan Markle speaks out about media attention in new documentary

The Duchess of Sussex said that the press attention was a heavy burden, especially while she was pregnant with her son Archie. “Any woman, especially when they're pregnant, you're really vulnerable,” she said. The documentary from ITV follows Meghan and Prince Harry on their recent tour of Africa.

Illinois teen's 1991 disappearance from Devil's Playground remains a mystery

Joshua Mahaffey got into an argument with his mother and climbed out of his Centralia bedroom window on October 12, 1991. Witness Tonya Collins claims she saw him being tortured and murdered at nearby Devil’s Playground. His body has never been found. The Marion and Clinton County Sheriffs’ Offices are investigating.

Police seize guns of suspected neo-Nazi leader in Washington state

Washington police took five rifles, three pistols and other components away from a man they say is the local leader of a small but violent neo-Nazi group. Prosecutors filed a lawsuit invoking the state’s red flag law that allows authorities to take guns away for up to a year from people deemed to be a risk to themselves or others.

Florida panhandle braces for Tropical Storm Nestor

The storm launched a wave of last minute storm preps in the Florida panhandle and is expected to impact communities still dealing with the devastation from Hurricane Michael. It’s also a concern in New Orleans after the recent hotel construction site collapse.