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Government Guidelines Set for Next State Budget Video included

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State officials met at the capitol to discuss new budget guidelines. 

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Eye on Agriculture: Cultivating Hope Video included

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Profitability in North Dakota's largest industry is in question this year.

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Puppies Greet WSC Students Before Final Exams Video included

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This afternoon Williston State College students were greeted by four furry friends in between their classes.

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Trash To Treasure Video included

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"Like this is not a bad piece it's pretty solid wood. It's not rotted. It's kind of dirty," says Darcie Malsam. One man's trash. "If you took the gear off of it that would be kind of cool. You have seen where they take the different types of gears and hang them on the wall," says Malsam. Is another man's treasure. "I've seen where they would put pictures behind it, build out a shelf. Like there is some fun stuff you could do with that," says Malsam. ... More>>

People React to Donald Trump Coming to Bismarck Video included

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You can hardly turn on the TV or your computer without seeing his picture, and soon you'll see him in Bismarck.  

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Some State Programs are Exempt From Budget Guidelines Video included

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There are some departments in the state that don't have to deal with the cuts in the same way.

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Women United Makes Donations

Women United Makes Donations Video included

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Wearing a Little Black Dress went a long way. The fundraising campaign by 40 women of Women's United raised more than $13,000. 

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Postal Service Help for Small Business

Postal Service Help for Small Business Video included

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Small business supports our nation's economy, now the U.S. Postal Service is doing what they can to offer better business solutions.

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Flood Wall Takes Shape

Flood Wall Takes Shape Video included

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Nearing the five year anniversary of the 2011 flood, work on flood protection in Minot is beginning to solidify. Today, the foundation of the flood wall was poured on 16th street near the Water Treatment Plant.

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May the 4th be With You Video included

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While many have gone as far as to camp out to be first in line for Black Friday, May the fourth had some Star Wars fans lining up early for a permanent tribute to their favorite fictional series.

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Sex Offender Moves in To Minot

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A high-risk sex offender has moved in to Minot.

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Robbery in Surrey

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A man with a knife held up a convenience store in Surrey Tuesday night.

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Donald Trump to Visit North Dakota

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The man who virtually wrapped up the GOP nomination for president yesterday is headed for North Dakota this month. 

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Pipe bomb found during traffic stop

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A Fargo man is facing multiple charges after police find a homemade pipe bomb in the glove box of his car after he was pulled over.

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A Fresh Look Coming to Downtown Bismarck Video included

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Over the next several years, downtown Bismarck will have a fresh look. 

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Donald Trump to speak in Bismarck

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Donald J. Trump to Deliver Keynote Address at 24th Annual Williston Basin Petroleum Conference

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What to Expect and Keep in Mind During Road Construction Season Video included

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 According to the North Dakota DOT there were 155 crashes in construction zones in 2015 with one fatality.

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Honoring Prince in a Unique Way Video included

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A small town in North Dakota gets thrust in the spotlight thanks to a picture of a cornfield.

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Billings County Commission Opts to Wait to Vote on Davis Refinery Video included

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The proposed Davis Refinery project would be within three miles of the national park.

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North Dakota Officials say Proposed Stream Protection Rule Hurts Coal Industry Video included

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Some say the regulation is the biggest coal industry has seen in decades.

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New Radio Station Soon in Rugby

New Radio Station Soon in Rugby Video included

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In January, we announced that an FM station would be headed to Rugby. It is -- not yet, but soon.

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Foster Care Meeting

Foster Care Meeting Video included

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Imagine a community were no child feels unwanted and unloved waiting for a forever family. That's the hope of a few Minot foster care providers.

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New Bank Breaks Ground

New Bank Breaks Ground Video included

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There was a groundbreaking in Watford City today. With all of the growth in that town in recent years, that might not seem like news.

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Overnight Robberies

Overnight Robberies

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Minot Police say an employee at The Vegas Motel reported a man with a knife demanded money shortly after midnight.

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Kids Get Severe Weather Training

Kids Get Severe Weather Training

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It won't be long before kids break free from their school schedules for another summer. And the National Weather Service wants to make sure they're safe from severe weather.

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Fire Emergency Declared

Fire Emergency Declared

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Ward County has declared a fire emergency, outlawing burning.

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Another City Council Idea

Another City Council Idea Video included

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A reduction of Minot City Council is being considered. That much is clear.

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Former Coach Files Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit Against University of Mary

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A former head volleyball coach at the University of Mary has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the school.     

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Common Core Will be Replaced in North Dakota Video included

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Common Core will be replaced in North Dakota.

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Parents of drug informant to sue Richland County

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FARGO—A lawyer for Tammy and John Sadek says the couple plans to file a wrongful death suit in the case of their son, Andrew, whose body was found in the Red River in 2014 after he worked as a drug informant in Richland County, N.D.

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Alternate City Council Reform Proposal Introduced

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The resolution would only be taken into consideration if the MakeMinot proposal fails in the June election.

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Dickinson Man Shot by Stray Bullet Talks about Incident Video included

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A man shot by a stray bullet in his trailer home is feeling angry about what could have happened.

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Richardton-Taylor Residents Will Vote on School Update Video included

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The Richardton-Taylor Public School District building was built 55 years ago.

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4H Concerns In Mountrail County Video included

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Is Mountrail County in danger of losing its 4-H program? That's a hot topic right now on social media in the county.

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Sidney School Vote is Tuesday Video included

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For the first time in eight years residents are being asked to pay more in property taxes to support elementary students.

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A Few Tips to Cut Down on Waste Video included

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The Bismarck landfill is a mountain of trash.  And according to Galon Bren, a recycling specialist for the city of Bismarck, about a third of it doesn't have to be here.  

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Basketball Player Gives Back to Community Video included

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A University of Mary athlete is working on more than his basketball skills. 

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Health Officials Discuss Zika Virus in North Dakota

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North Dakota has the first Zika-infection.

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MHS Spring Fling

MHS Spring Fling Video included

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Celebrating spring and student success, Minot High School is hosting a Dr. Suess-themed spirit week.

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Seymour Retiring

Seymour Retiring

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After more than three decades of service, an award winning professor is celebrating his retirement from Minot State University. 

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Downtown Work Begins Phase Two

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It's that time of year again -- construction season that is. And Minot residents can expect to see construction downtown.

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Inmate Walks Away from Correctional Center

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Leroy Hollmann walked away from the center around 3:30 Monday morning. 

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Wachter Middle School Band Performs Prince Medley Video included

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The Wachter Band Director signed up to order a Prince medley before news had come out of the musician's death.

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A May Day Tradition Video included

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Ring and run. That's exactly what the Dailey Family did all morning on Sunday.

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Mandan Rural Fire Fights Fire On Foot

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Mandan Police say a fire was called in around 3:40 p.m. along the Heart River near the trolley in Mandan.

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Fire Threatens Homes Near Burlington Video included

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A controlled burn got out of control east of Burlington this afternoon. 

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Miss Indian World

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An Arizona State University law student and North Dakota Native American has been crowned Miss Indian World. Pageant officials say 25-year-old Danielle Ta'Sheena Finn was announced the winner Saturday night at the 33rd Annual Gathering of Nations at the University of New Mexico arena in Albuquerque. Finn, of Porcupine, North Dakota, and a member of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, was chosen from among 24 Native American women from different tribes and traditions. As Miss... More>>

Long-Time Music Professor Gets Sendoff Video included

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A man who has helped shape the lives of students for decades at Minot State University is stepping down. 

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Spring Clean-Up Week

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Bismarck and Mandan residents can get a jump start on their spring cleaning this week.

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One Man Injured as Multiple Gunshots were Fired in Dickinson Saturday Afternoon

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Dickinson police say multiple gunshots were exchanged by unknown shooters Saturday afternoon around 2:20 pm in Heartland Village in southeast Dickinson. 

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State Fair Center Impact Video included

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The State Fair Center in Minot is branching out.

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Drones Approved Video included

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A county law enforcement unit in North Dakota that's been at the leading edge of unmanned aircraft development is cleared to fly drones throughout the country. 

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MSU Students' Research Video included

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Are you more motivated by intrinsic or extrinsic factors? 

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Not Just Any Graduation Video included

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University of Mary graduates bid farewell to their college years.

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Surgeons

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The North Dakota Orthopedic Society held their annual meeting in Bismarck Saturday afternoon.

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Housing in Dickinson Cheapens After Western ND Oil Decline Video included

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 When the oil boom was at its height, housing in the city of Dickinson was extremely high.

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After Wet Week, Farm Work Resumes

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After a week of rainy, cloudy weather, the weather has brightened up considerably.

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After the Boom: Those Who Stayed Video included

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Population numbers have dropped, a statistic that can be tracked with an untrained eye on any highway in western North Dakota.
But our small towns are a bit bigger than before the oil rush began. 

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Enbridge Donates To Berthold Groups Video included

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The pipeline company that has a major facility on the outskirts of Berthold made contributions to a few groups in the community today.

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Child Psychologist Speaks For Child Abuse Prevention Month Video included

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It's Child Abuse Prevention Month. To mark it, the NDSU Extension Service brought in renowned speaker and psychologist Dr. David Walsh.

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Eye on Education: Music Teacher To Retire Video included

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As the school year draws to a close, students and staff at Bishop Ryan Catholic School are singing a bittersweet tune.

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Tribal Members Ask Army Corps to Deny Permit for Dakota Access Pipeline Video included

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Over 200 people gather in Mobridge to ask the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to deny a permit for the Dakota Access Pipeline.

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Student Arrested Following Possible Threats at Mandan Video included

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Mandan Police investigated two separate incidents involving possible threats made by a Mandan High School student.

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Real World Camp

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Life is tough for all of us at times.  So these students are working to get a head start when they get older... 

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After School Program Teaches Kids a New Skill Video included

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One middle school teacher is promoting an interest in music for local students at a young age. A free after school program at Wachter Middle School in Bismarck is offered to elementary students interested in learning a new skill.

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Speeding up your Time in Line

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Bismarck airport is making some updates to make you travel experience a little less stressful.

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Around Town 4/29/16: Subs, Salon and Art Video included

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It may not look like much now but by July a new sub shop will open its doors in Bismarck.

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Wentz Fans Flock To Buy Eagles Gear Video included

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Philadelphia Eagles apparel flew off the shelves at Pro-Image Sports after the Eagles chose Wentz in the NFL Draft.

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The Community Bowl Goes Crazy for Carson Wentz Video included

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(Matt Dowell, KX Sports) Johnny, it was a ton of fun. We were there all evening. The crowd watched the draft on the big screen at the bowl. We were there to see it all first hand and this is how it went down.

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Carson Wentz Selected Second in the 2016 NFL Draft

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Quarterback Carson Wentz was selected second by the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL Draft Thursday night.

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After the Boom: Crowding Courtrooms

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In December of 2015 the price of oil was the lowest we'd seen since 2004. At that same time at the end of last year, some North Dakota court districts were collecting highest numbers of cases on record.

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Child Development Conference At Grand Hotel

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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. To mark it, the NDSU Extension Service is sponsoring a day-long child development conference at the Grand Hotel.

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Business Beat: Coastal Cuisine

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One business is traveling 1,500 miles by land -- 30 hours on the road -- all to deliver seafood.

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Teacher Honored With Barnes & Noble Award

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Teachers have a big influence on the minds of our children Today, students were given the chance to say 'thank you.'

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C Is For Carson Wentz Video included

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Green, gold and Bison pride. That's what it was all about in Mrs. Morris's classroom Thursday morning.

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Severe Weather Training

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The National Weather Service hosted a skywarning training session earlier Thursday afternoon.

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Zika in North Dakota

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State health officials say a pregnant woman from North Dakota who traveled to Puerto Rico has tested positive for the Zika Virus.

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Horizon Celebrates Former Student

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Draft day is extra special today at this Bismarck middle school.

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Task Force Wants To Address Seclusion and Restraint in North Dakota Schools

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North Dakota is one of five states with no law protecting students in the use of seclusion and restraint in schools. The North Dakota Protection and Advocacy Project is working to change that.

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Bad Eating Habits You Might Not Know You Have Video included

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Clinical dietitian Enzminger says there's a few bad eating habits, you might not even know you're doing. 

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Accident on I-94 Blocks Eastbound Traffic for Hours Near Sterling

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      An accident on I-94 near Sterling this morning blocked traffic in both eastbound lanes.

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One Day Memorial Held on the Capital Grounds

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The skies cleared earlier this morning for a special event to honor workers who have passed. Members of the Missouri Slope Labor Council put up 24 hour memorial on the capital grounds. 

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Extra Patrol Results in Gun, Drug Charges

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A Minot man is facing six felony charges after a sheriff's deputy saw him near an open storage unit on north Broadway Wednesday night.

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North Dakota Woman Tests Positive for Zika Virus

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A North Dakota woman has contracted the Zika Virus, apparently during a trip to Puerto Rico while the woman was pregnant.

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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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    Eye on Agriculture: Cultivating Hope

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    Profitability in North Dakota's largest industry is in question this year.

    Profitability in North Dakota's largest industry is in question this year.

  • Puppies Greet WSC Students Before Final Exams

    Puppies Greet WSC Students Before Final Exams

    Wednesday, May 4 2016 7:48 PM EDT2016-05-04 23:48:20 GMT

    This afternoon Williston State College students were greeted by four furry friends in between their classes.

    This afternoon Williston State College students were greeted by four furry friends in between their classes.

  • Women United Makes Donations

    Women United Makes Donations

    Women United Makes Donations

    Wednesday, May 4 2016 4:20 PM EDT2016-05-04 20:20:32 GMT

    Wearing a Little Black Dress went a long way. The fundraising campaign by 40 women of Women's United raised more than $13,000. 

    Wearing a Little Black Dress went a long way. The fundraising campaign by 40 women of Women's United raised more than $13,000. 

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