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North Dakota Energy Experts Analyze Trump's Speech Video included

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Not everyone enjoyed Trump's Bismarck speech.

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Spillway Used for First Time June 1st, 2011

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June 1st--historic in terms of the 2011 flood of the Missouri River.

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Finance Committee Approves Resilience Fund Contract Video included

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A unanimous 'yes' vote to pass a 19-million dollar contract moves the agreement from city finance to city council.

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Affordable Housing Options Expand in Minot, Burlington Video included

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It was a big day for homeowners of all ages in Minot and Burlington today, as nearly 100 affordable living units were unveiled for people who qualify by income.

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Metro Ambulance Reports Increase in Narcan Use Video included

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Metro Area Ambulance says they administered 73 doses of Narcan in the 2015. 

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Trespassing Investigation Leads To Separate Arrests

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Two people were arrested on a variety of charges following an investigation of a possible burglary, according to the Minot Police Department.

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Fatal ATV Accident In Williams County

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A 69-year-old woman was killed in an accident east of Williston yesterday.

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Summer Construction Closes Portion of 16th Street Video included

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Two blocks of 16th Street near the Water Treatment Plant are now closed for the summer.

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Plaintiffs Want Trinity to Offer Hepatitis-C Testing

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Plaintiffs in a civil case regarding the Hepatitis-C outbreak in Minot are asking a judge to force Trinity Hospital to offer free Hepatitis-C testing to former patients and workers.

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Students Say Good-bye in Dr. Seuss Fashion Video included

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While it's the end of one chapter, It's the beginning of a new one this fall for staff and students at Saxvik elementary.

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Five Years Ago: Evacuations Begin Video included

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A look back at May 31st, 2011 - the day of the first evacuation along the Mouse River.

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Bismarck Man Robbed at Knife Point

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Police responded to 304 East Rosser for a report of an assault.  When they arrived the 28-year-old Bismarck man said he had been robbed. 

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Armed Robbery at Minot Superpumper

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A daylight robbery happened at Superpumper on North Broadway, near the Minot International Airport this morning.

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Keeping the trail heads to Harney Peak open

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Hill City, SD Because of the mountain pine beetle epidemic in the Black Hills, clearing fallen trees from recreational trails is an even bigger chore.

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Parade canceled, veterans march anyway

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PEPPERELL, Mass. - Rain may have canceled many Memorial Day parades across Massachusetts on Monday, but that didn't stop one group of local veterans, reports CBS Boston.

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Marine Wounded in Combat Summits Mt. Everest

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NEW YORK -- On this Memorial Day we remember a Marine's remarkable journey -- one which nearly ended on a minefield in Afghanistan.

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Memorial Day Ceremony At Rosehill Cemetery Video included

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Memorial Day invites a nation to stop to remember the men and women who died while serving in the country's armed forces.

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Veterans' Naval Service Honored In Minot

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Earlier in the day, Minot veterans organizations held a service to remember service members killed at sea.

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Five Years Ago: Memorial Day Flood Concerns Video included

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Memorial Day, 2011, was a day people living along the Mouse and Missouri Rivers in North Dakota will long remember.

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Eye on Energy: Detecting Gas Leaks Video included

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When it comes to gas leaks at oil well sites in western North Dakota, time is of the essence. A new piece of technology is at the disposal of state environmental scientists for that exact reason.

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Fort Buford Unveils Monument Video included

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More than 150 people came together Saturday near Williston to celebrate the contributions of African-American soldiers known as the Buffalo soldiers.

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Thousands Honor the Fallen at North Dakota Veterans Cemetery Video included

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A record 2,500 people came out for a memorial service at the North Dakota Veteran's Cemetery.

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Veterans Honored at North Dakota Heritage Center Event Video included

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People packed the auditorium at the North Dakota Heritage Center where the Bismarck AMVETS hosted an event in honor of North Dakota's military veterans.

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Zoo Chief says Gorilla Killed to Save Little Boy

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CINCINNATI, Ohio - The director of the Cincinnati Zoo defended on Monday the decision to kill a popular gorilla after a four-year-old boy fell into the animal's enclosure.

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Veterans Honored at Memorial Day Ceremony

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A Memorial Day ceremony that helps us remember those who have served was held at Dickinson State University.

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Ceremony Honors Soldiers Killed at Sea

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Minot veterans organizations began this Memorial Day with a service to remember service members killed at sea.

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Veterans Cemetery Fills with Flowers Video included

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The North Dakota Veterans Cemetery was full over people today getting ready for Memorial Day tomorrow.  

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19-year-old Man Arrested for Attempted Murder

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According to a police report, at 10:48 Sunday night, police responded to the 3100 Block of E. Rosser Avenue after victims reported a man started fighting with them. 

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Victims Identified in Horse-Drawn Wagon Crash

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The Highway Patrol has released the identities of a Rugby man was killed and four other people were hurt when the horse-drawn wagon they were riding on Highway 17 just west of Wolford was rear-ended by a three-quarter ton pickup Saturday afternoon. 

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Sunday Sitdown: Chase Iron Eyes Video included

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Over the last few months we've brought you conversations with some or North Dakota's most prominent politicians. Tonight, we talk with a newcomer. 

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Fatal Crash Video included

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A Rugby man was killed and four other people were hurt when the horse-drawn wagon they were riding on Highway 17 just west of Wolford was rear-ended by a three-quarter ton pickup Saturday afternoon. 

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Accident Leaves Truck in Pond Video included

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A single-vehicle accident sent a pickup and its trailer into a slough south of Berthold this morning.

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Graduation Day for Many Video included

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It was graduation day for thousands of high school seniors across North Dakota today. 

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1 Killed, 4 injured as Pickup Slams Into Horse-Drawn Wagon

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A Rugby man was killed and four other people were hurt when the horse-drawn wagon they were riding on Highway 17 just west of Wolford was rear-ended by a three-quarter ton pickup Saturday afternoon.

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Saturday, May 28 Sports

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Saturday, May 28 Sports with Jamie Council; coverage from WDA softball and baseball.

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Scouts Help Prepare For Memorial Day Video included

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Dozens of local Scouts spent the morning getting Rosehill Memorial Gardens ready for Memorial Day.

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State to Sue Feds Over Gender Rules

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North Dakota will file a lawsuit against the federal government over a recent letter sent to school districts around the country regarding rules to deal with gender identity issues.

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Final Graduating Class at Makoti Video included

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Makoti High School held its last-ever graduation this afternoon. 

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Migratory Bird Celebration Video included

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This year is the 100th anniversary of the International Migratory Bird Treaty Act, a milestone celebrated at Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge today.

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Learning From A Champion Video included

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It's not every day a person can be taught by a world champion. Today some horse riders of all skill levels got to do just that.

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Learning About North Dakota Wild Life

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Some kids were getting outside today and learning while they were at it.

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Blood Drive Wraps Up; Firefighters Win

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Minot Fire Department took on the Minot Police Department in a four-day competition to recruit the most blood donors for United Blood Services.

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Williston School Superintendent Retires

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Dr. Viola LaFontaine retired from her position Thursday after seven years serving the district.

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New Nedrose High School Graduates Five Seniors

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Early in 2016, the completion of the new Nedrose High School east of Minot was cause for celebration. This evening, it was the students' turn to be celebrated.

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Wild Weather Over The Past Week Video included

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All different types of weather have happened over the past week.

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Some Voting Questions Answered Video included

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The June election is about two weeks away and voters have questions.

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Lewis and Clark Riverboat Returns to the Missouri Video included

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It's that time of year when the Lewis and Clark River boat returns to the Missouri river.

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'Search and Discover' For Veterans' Stories Video included

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Many make time on Monday's holiday to thank our veterans for their sacrifices -- and one group is making sure no one is forgotten.

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Rosehill Bell Tower Dedicated For Memorial Day Video included

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The bell tower that stands tall at Rosehill Park Cemetery is about to be heard loud and clear on Memorial Day.

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Decisions To Be Made For Resilience Competition Funds Video included

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Minot's transition from flood recovery to resiliency is aided in part by a 74.3-million dollar grant from the Department of Housing and Urban Development -- money the city won through the National Disaster Resilience Competition.

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Williston HS Farewell Video Goes Viral Video included

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Current students and alumni of Williston High School are getting ready for a big move to a brand new building. To commemorate a generations-old building, they created a farewell video that went viral.

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Eye on Education: Nancy Fjeld Retires Video included

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For 35 years, Nancy Fjeld has been helping students in Minot Public Schools to reach their full potential in reading.

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Delegates Back Trump

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If you watched Donald Trump speak at the Bismarck Event Center, you may have recognized someone standing behind him. 

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Potential Sale of Public Health Building Could Cost Tax Payers $1 Million

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City officials say they would talk with us more about the issue when the University of Mary releases renderings of what it plans to do with the property on Tuesday.

They say it would mean big things for the city as well as the region.

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Minot Man Charged With Assault On Officer, Multiple Police Chases

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A Minot man is accused of fleeing from police multiple times in two days, according to the Ward County Sheriff's Office.

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North Dakota Joins Transgender Bathrooms Lawsuit

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North Dakota joins lawsuit against federal government over bathroom policy for transgender students. 

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Around Town 5/27/16: Shakes and Cars Video included

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One local car shop is driving its business north

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EGF Police investigate severed fingers

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East Grand Forks Police are investigating two severed fingers found a picnic table at the Red River Recreation area Thursday evening.

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$140,000 Worth of Items Stolen from Auto Shop

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At 8:44 this morning employees called police saying someone had broken through a glass door on the west side of the building.

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Sherwood Says Goodbye To School Video included

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Kids are packing up lockers for summer vacation, but one school's spring cleaning is extreme. Jennifer Kleen takes us to Sherwood, where the community was packing in memories on this last day.

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Trump Says Supreme Court Is Top Issue

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HELENA (KTVQ) - Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, in his first campaign stop in Montana, told a cheering crowd in Billings that “we’re going to win” – and that the most important election issue is the future makeup of the U.S. Supreme Court. “We have to win, because if we don’t win, No. 1, you’re not going to have your 2nd Amendment any more,” he told some 6,000 people at the Rimrock Auto Arena in Billings. He s... More>>

Trump Protests Remain Peaceful

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While some people enjoyed what Trump had to say, others protested outside. But not everyone was inside.

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Security Behind The Scenes Video included

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With Donald Trump in town there was a heavy law enforcement presence in and around the Event Center Thursday. There were some people working behind the scenes to ensure the safety of those attending Trump's speech.

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Trump Talks Energy at Petroleum Conference

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Donald Trump spoke about the plans he has for the United States' energy future.

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Man Receives Prison Time For Posting Underage Photos

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An Ohio man will spend three years in prison for posting nude photos online of an underage Minot girl he had met on the internet.

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Former MAFB Man Enters 'Not Guilty' Pleas In GSI Case

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A South Dakota man says accused of having sexual contact with his two step-daughters says he's not guilty.

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Central Avenue Parking Structure Opens

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After about 18 months of work, the Central Avenue Parking Ramp is officially open, joining the Renaissance Parking Ramp two blocks away to provide a total of 448 new parking spaces in downtown Minot.

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Business Beat: Airport Restaurant, Thai Food

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The Trestle Tap House and Cafe at the Minot International Airport serves more than just the travelers.

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Attendees of the Trump Speech Share Opinions Video included

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The Bismarck Event Center was packed as presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke at the Petroleum Conference this afternoon. His speech highlighted many things, including the federal government crippling North Dakota's energy industry and illegal immigration.  

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Students Use Barbie Dolls, Rubber Bands In Science Lesson

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Bishop Ryan took learning to a new level when 8th graders took barbie dolls for a bungee jump.

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TRNP Rangers Hope Bison Calf Story Can Educate Visitors Video included

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"Keep a safe distance from any form of wildlife," said Eileen Andes, Chief of Interpretation and public information officer at TRNP. "They are still wild and just because they don't run away, doesn't mean that their tamed.".

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Donald Trump clinches delegates for nomination

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Donald Trump has reached the number of delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination for president.   

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Trump says he'd debate Bernie Sanders

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Before hitting a private fundraiser in Los Angeles, Donald Trump taped a guest appearance on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," where he fielded questions from the late-night host on a range of topics -- including transgender bathrooms, and whether he'd debate Bernie Sanders.

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Major road closure in Bismarck Video included

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A major north Bismarck intersection will be closed for most of the summer.
 

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Rosebud man pleaded not guilty to shooting officer

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Rosebud, SD- A man indicted on charges of shooting and wounding a tribal officer on the Rosebud Indian Reservation pleaded not guilty on Wednesday.

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Fargo family goes extra mile to find hit and run driver

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An expecting mother is literally going an extra mile before her baby arrives this summer.

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Trump's Upcoming Speech Causes Buzz at Bismarck Petroleum Conference Video included

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For the most part, people are talking about oil as a source of energy. But as the last day of the conference draws near, some are feeling a different kind of energy.

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Minot Man Charged With Another Robbery

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A Minot man who appeared in court Monday on four counts of robbery is now facing a fifth.

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Trump Tips Video included

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When Bernie Sanders held a rally almost two weeks ago, Much of downtown Bismarck closed down for traffic. Even more congestion is expected tomorrow at the Bismarck Event Center.

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Farmers Welcome Rainy Forecast Video included

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Rain is in the forecast for the next few days -- and although some may not like it, others need it.

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Watford City Upgrades Tornado Siren System Video included

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North Dakotans are no strangers to severe weather. Two years ago Watford City was hit by a tornado -- but not everyone in the city could hear the sirens going off.

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Burgum Tours Minot Flood Zone Video included

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Four of North Dakota's major cities have faced major flood events in the past 20 years. Republican candidate for governor Doug Burgum says it's for that reason the state must maintain flood protection as a priority.

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Eye on Agriculture: Getting Out Or Staying In Video included

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NDSU has warned farmers that nearly every crop grown in North Dakota is likely to be a money-loser this year, due to low market prices.

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South Prairie Celebrates First Graduation Video included

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High school graduation season is among us, and for one high school in the area, it's a pretty special one.

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Sunrise Students Evacuated Following Hoax Video included

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Sunrise Elementary students were evacuated for about a half an hour this morning after a hoax similar to ones taking place across the country.

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Bomb Threat Called To Mostly Empty Nedrose School

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The Ward County Sheriff's Department says they responded to a bomb threat received by telephone at Nedrose School east of Minot.

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Huge Crowd Gathers at Capital to Hear From Franklin Graham Video included

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Thousands of people braved the rainy weather to hear Franklin Graham speak on the capitol steps. 

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Man Wanted in South Dakota Seen in Dickinson

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 Authorities in Rapid City say a minimum security inmate man who walked away from a job site may be in the Dickinson area.

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Local Pools and Water Park Face Employment Challenge Video included

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The majority of Raging Rivers and Bismarck pools's employees are high school and college students.

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Protestors clash with Police

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ALB Protests outside a Donald Trump rally in New Mexico turned violent Tuesday night as demonstrators threw burning T-shirts, plastic bottles and other items at police officers, overturned trash cans and knocked down barricades.

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Things to know for Donald Trump's visit

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Logistics for Donald Trump's visit to Bismarck

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Big effort for local law enforcement for Trump speech

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Donald Trump's speech at the Petroleum Conference Thursday will include a big effort from local law enforcement.

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Shots Fired Outside of Dan's Supermarket

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Police found 2 .45 caliber shell casings in the parking lot after the incident.  

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South Heart Set For Construction In August

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Students at South Heart School will be able to walk new halls in a couple of years.

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Firefighters come to the rescue Video included

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Some firefighters were heading back from a canceled call when they saw a man pushing a lawnmower in his wheelchair.

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3 of 4 suspects plead guilty in beating of Highway Patrolman

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Three of four Washington state residents accused in the beating of a South Dakota Highway Patrol trooper have pleaded guilty.

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Fort Peck passes transgender bathroom policy

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POPLAR -Tribal leaders of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation have adopted a transgender bathroom policy that mirrors the controversial bill in North Carolina

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South Dakota sales tax goes up

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Pierre, SD (AP) The South Dakota Department of Revenue is reminding residents and businesses that the state's sales tax is set to go up next week.

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Toyota adds more vehicles to recall

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DETROIT -- Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling nearly 1.6 million vehicles in the U.S. to replace potentially faulty front passenger air bag inflators made by Takata Corp. of Japan. The action expands what was already the biggest automotive recall in U.S. history. The U.S. government announced earlier this month that 17 automakers - including Toyota - are adding 35 million to 40 million Takata inflators to the 28.8 million that have already been recalled after multiple investigations sho...

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Acquittal in officer charged in Freddie Gray death

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BALTIMORE (AP) — A Baltimore police officer has been acquitted of assault and other charges in the arrest of Freddie Gray, a young black man who died a week after he was critically injured in police custody

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Billboard music awards

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Madonna paid homage to Prince by wearing his signature color and bringing another icon - Stevie Wonder - onstage to sing the classic "Purple Rain" at Sunday's Billboard Music Awards.

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CBS News Legend Morley Safer Passes Away

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Morley Safer, the CBS newsman who changed war reporting forever when he showed GI's burning the huts of Vietnamese villagers and went on to become the iconic 60 Minutes correspondent whose stylish stories on America's most-watched news program made him one of television's most enduring stars, died today in Manhattan.

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Search Underway for Missing EgyptAir Flight

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The location of an EgyptAir passenger plane was unknown early Thursday after the airline said the jet "had disappeared from radar." 

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S.C. lawmakers pass ultra-strict abortion law

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The South Carolina legislature passed a bill Tuesday prohibiting abortion after 19 weeks, becoming the 17th state to pass the restrictive ban.

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Alleged Trump supporters who beat homeless immigrant plead guilty

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It was an attack on a homeless man that gained extra media attention when authorities said the accused assailants were heard saying, "Donald Trump was right," as they beat the man with a metal pipe and then urinated on him.

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Polio virus kills cancerous tumor

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WSPA: The FDA is calling a clinical trial that killed a cancerous brain tumor in an Upstate woman a medical breakthrough.

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NTSB Investigators release cause of Amtrak crash

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CBS News has learned an Amtrak engineer was distracted by radio transmissions just before his speeding train jumped the tracks near Philadelphia one year ago.

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Two officers shot in New Hampshire

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MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Two police officers were shot early Friday morning in Manchester, New Hampshire, and a massive search was underway for the gunman, reports CBS Boston.

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Transgender bathroom guidelines clarified for public schools

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WASHINGTON -- Public schools must permit transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their gender identity, according to an Obama administration directive issued amid a court fight between the federal government and North Carolina.

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Gun used to shoot Florida teenager Trayvon Martin to be auctioned

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SANFORD, Fla. -- The pistol former neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman used in the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin is going up for auction online. In an interview with Orlando, Florida, TV station WOFL, Zimmerman said he had just gotten the pistol back from the U.S. Justice Department, which took it after he was acquitted in Martin's 2012 shooting death. "And I thought it's time to move past the firearm," Zimmerman told the station. "And if I sell it and it... More>>

Workers denied bathroom breaks resort to diapers

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Beyond the low wages and high injury rates, the nation's roughly 250,000 poultry workers are routinely denied bathroom breaks, leading some to wear diapers and others to not drink liquids

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Oklahoma hit with series of storms

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Tornadoes destroyed homes, overturned vehicles and stripped the bark from trees as they churned across Oklahoma

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Mercury making a move

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Mercury has begun a relatively rare move across the sun. The transit of Mercury got underway just after 7 a.m. on the east coast with the smallest planet appearing as a tiny black dot on the face of the sun. The transit will last for a total of about 7.5 hours. The last time solar-planetary ballet happened was 2006. It will happen again three years from now, but then not until 2032. Mercury transits occur just 13 times per century, on average. They're so rare ... More>>

North Carolina Governor faces deadline from federal government

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RALEIGH, N.C. -- North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory shows no signs of backing down in the face of the federal government's Monday deadline to declare he won't enforce the new state law limiting protections for LGBT people

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Ted Cruz picks his running mate

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — In need of momentum after a five-state shutout, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz has tapped former technology executive Carly Fiorina to serve as his running mate.

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Trump, Clinton Win Big Tuesday Night

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By STEPHANIE CONDON, EMILY SCHULTHEIS / CBS NEWS After resounding victories across the Northeast on Tuesday, both Republican front-runner Donald Trump and Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton demonstrated that they're ready to turn their focus squarely to the general election. "I consider myself the presumptive nominee, absolutely," Trump said to CBS News' Major Garrett from his rally at Trump Tower in New York City. After sweeping all five GOP primaries in P...

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Arsenic concerns for babies who eat rice cereal

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A growing amount of scientific evidence is pointing to an alarming connection between inorganic arsenic in brown and white rice and harm to children's immune systems and intellectual development.

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On This Day: President Reagan Shot

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On March 30, 1981 President Ronald Reagan was shot outside a hotel in Washington D.C. 

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Changes In Weather Over Past Week Video included

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There is quite a difference weather-wise compared to just a week ago. See how the capital area looks a bit different with some snowfall.

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Bismarck School Resource Officer Discusses Bullying Video included

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that in 2013, near 20 percent of students in the U.S. reported being bullied at school. More than half reported being bullied online. Averi Haugesag explains what to be on the lookout for.

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