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The most common method used by people to prevent car accidents due to icy roads and injuries caused by slipping on the ice could come... [Read More]
There are only a certain number of liquor licenses available in the city of Bismarck. [Read More]
A bill would try and protect animals from ending up in the hands of people convicted of animal cruelty. [Read More]
Wednesday, the Minot community got a chance to hear Clint Romesha's story. [Read More]
House Bill 1170 and 1346, in theory, would give schools the ability to work schedules around the winter time or even finish school sooner. [Read More]
Two fishermen managed to escape unharmed after their truck crashed through the ice near the Grano boat ramp on Lake Darling Saturday, according to the... [Read More]
Four-day school weeks are becoming more common in North Dakota and a bill before the legislature would make it even easier for schools to decide... [Read More]
A U.S. Marshal who formerly served as the deputy sheriff in McIntosh County died in the line of duty last week. [Read More]
We're joined by Kendall Krodel, the general manager at Buffalo Wings and Rings and we're talking feasts, specifically football feasts. [Read More]
It's the 33rd day of the partial government shutdown, but today marked a special day at Minot International Airport. [Read More]
Renita Brannan talks about white vs. brown fat. [Read More]
Venessa Lennick, a registered dietitian from Proximal 50 in Bismarck, stops by to talk about how good nutrition doesn't have to be boring. [Read More]
Girl Scouts Dakota Horizons will hold its Cookie University to help scouts earn their Cookie Business badge and practice business and entrepreneurial skills this weekend. [Read More]
Chef Tyler Romine from Terra Nomad makes Old Bay crab cakes. [Read More]
The North Dakota Senate passed a bill which prohibits felons from running for local school boards elections. [Read More]
Republican representatives and senators from across North Dakota are calling on Congress and President Trump to build a wall at the southern border. [Read More]
A day filled with witness testimony in the case of the Lfyt driver accused of sexually assaulting a passenger last year. [Read More]
One man is out almost $50,000 and another couple almost lost $33,000 after two identify theft and check fraud incidents in less than a week. [Read More]
The second Bismarck Public Schools candidate for superintendent is interviewing Tuesday. [Read More]
It wasn't too long ago that the Bismarck Civic Center's name was changed to the Events Center, and now, another name change could be in... [Read More]
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