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4 People Killed in Sisseton Shooting Video included

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Four people have been shot and killed and one is seriously injured in Sisseton, South Dakota. More>>

UTTC Winter Market Video included

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United Tribes Technical College held their Winter Market show today. More>>

Christmas Art and Craft Fair at Bismarck Civic Center Video included

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Hundreds of people packed the Bismarck Civic Center for Christmas crafts this afternoon. More>>

Authorities say a 22-year-old man has shot and killed three people and wounded a fourth at a home on a South Dakota Indian reservation. After the attack he then killed himself.

4 people shot in South Dakota

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Authorities say a 22-year-old man has shot and killed three people and wounded a fourth at a home on a South Dakota Indian reservation. After the attack he then killed himself.The state attorney general's office said the shooting happened early Saturday at a home in the town of Sisseton.The attorney general's office identified the alleged attacker as 22-year-old Colter Richard Arbach. Arbach is from Sisseton and the attorney's office did not identify the victims or say how they knew Arbach.A ... More>>

State officials say they don't want the EPA taking control over North Dakota water and they're willing to go to court to stop the federal agency.

State says no to EPA proposal

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State officials say they don't want the EPA taking control over North Dakota water and they're willing to go to court to stop the federal agency.The Environmental Protection Agency wants to clarify the Clean Water Act.The proposal would give EPA the authority over all U.S. surface and sub-surface ground water.Governor Jack Dalrymple says we already have the laws in place to manage and protect all the waters in the state.Dalrymple is concerned federal regulations would take over local jurisdic... More>>

More than 100 prospective students came to Minot State University, for the first ever Fall Preview Day.

Fall Preview Day at MSU

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More than 100 prospective students came to Minot State University, for the first ever Fall Preview Day.Around 10 this morning, President Dr. Steven Shirley welcomed the guests to campus through some engaging break out sessions and a campus-wide tour.Faculty members and students hosted Ted Talk-style presentations, while parents and visitors got a look at what Minot State is most proud of-- It's diverse programs and small class sizes.With a student body of about 4,000 students, Minot State ins... More>>

For more than a decade, the Sons of Norway have held their annual bazaar at the Heritage Park Center.

Sons of Norway Bazaar

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For more than a decade, the Sons of Norway have held their annual bazaar at the Heritage Park Center. The fundraiser takes place on the Saturday before Thanksgiving and features a luncheon, bake sale, grandma's attic, and book sale.The bazaar started at 9 a.m. but the homemade lefsa and knefla soup didn't last past 11:30.Sons of Norway is the largest Norwegian-American organization in the world and they say they are passionate about preserving and promoting Norwegian culture.The money raised ... More>>

Huff Hills Opens Earliest in History Video included

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Recent cold weather has kick-started a couple winter sports a little early this year.
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The McKenzie County Sheriff's Department says the Long X bridge, located next to the North Unit Entrance to Theodore Roosevelt National Park has been closed by the North Dakota Department of Transportation until further notice.

Long X Bridge Closed

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The McKenzie County Sheriff's Department says the Long X bridge, located next to the North Unit Entrance to Theodore Roosevelt National Park has been closed by the North Dakota Department of Transportation until further notice. More>>

10pm State Volleyball Highlights 11-21 Video included

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State Volleyball Highlights More>>

Hundreds Come Out to Support Creation of New Home for Wounded Warrior Video included

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Hundreds come out to support the creation of a new home for a wounded veteran. More>>

Semi Tears Through Lawn, Barely Misses House Video included

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An out-of-control semi loaded with grain came within a few feet of a rural house near Velva last night before crashing into a stream bed. More>>

State Chamber Leader on Legislature Video included

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Top legislative priorities seem to be repeated across the state: housing, childcare and infrastructure. More>>

State Helps Townships With Flood Repairs Video included

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Townships still wading through flood repair debt while waiting for FEMA to approve payments for the completed work will soon have the opportunity for financial help from the state. More>>

Dinner and Auction Organized for Injured Rock Climber

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Rock climber, Jimmy Burckhard, was doing what he does best in the Black Hills of South Dakota when on September 26th, his support strap gave way causing him to take a 70 foot drop. More>>

Virtual Rehab Machine Helps Patient Video included

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In life we're sometimes confronted with obstacles that leave us looking for a reset button. More>>

Arrest in Bank Robbery

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An arrest has been made in connection with a bank robbery last week in Watford City. More>>

Freezin' for a Reason Video included

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According to the North Dakota Coalition for Homeless People, there are around 12 hundred homeless people living in North Dakota. More>>

Local Gas Stations Make a Change Video included

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You may have noticed some of Bismarck gas stations have a new name. More>>

Thick Ice Brings the Anglers Out Early Video included

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It takes a certain kind of person to really appreciate the cold weather in North Dakota in November. More>>

Around Town 11-21 Video included

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The excitement continues for Northeast Bismarck as progress continues on Sunrise Town Centre. More>>

Ag Careers 4 U App Video included

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Your next career could be waiting for you at the touch of your finger tips. More>>

Number of Corn Acres a Concern for 2015 Video included

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This year's corn crop is expected to be one for the record books. More>>

Operation Christmas Child Video included

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For the second year in a row, Operation Christmas Child has come to Minot's First Assembly of God church. More>>

The Banquet Serves Hundreds Thanksgiving Dinner Video included

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Every Thursday night volunteers at The Banquet serve a free meal to help those in need... More>>

Arrests Made in Burglaries Video included

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Last night's shooting capped a very busy day for Ward County deputies. More>>

Rape Case Moves On Video included

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A Minot man accused of raping a woman says he's not guilty.22-year-old Kihley Dailey entered the plea in Northwest District Court today. More>>

Arkansas Man Killed in Rollover

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An Arkansas man was killed in the rollover of the utility truck he was driving yesterday near Ryder. More>>

Great American Smokeout Video included

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If you are a smoker, the North Dakota Department of Health wants to help you quit, especially today during the Great American Smokeout. More>>

Missouri River Stakeholders Meet in Bismarck Video included

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A group of North Dakotans wants to unite to take on issues surrounding the Missouri River. More>>

Business Beat - November 20th, 2014 Video included

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Hi there, welcome to Caribou Coffee what can I get for you today? More>>

Debate if E-Cigs are an Effective Way to Quit Smoking Video included

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"You can just get sick and die just from being around it."  More>>

Students Make Blankets for Teens in Foster Care Video included

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A group of high school students is planning to warm the hearts of other teens their age. More>>

Homelessness 101 Video included

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A local organization gives the community an idea of what it means to be homelessness. More>>

Give a Can, Break a Rule Video included

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Employees of a local beauty salon gets to break all the rules... for a good cause. More>>

Bismarck Man Charged after Sending Teen Girl Nude Photos

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A 29-year-old Bismarck man faces a second charge after investigators found nude photos of a 16-year-old girl on his iPhone. More>>

Minot Shooting Wounds Two

Minot Shooting Wounds Two

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An altercation just southeast of Minot ended in gunshots last night, with two people wounded.  More>>

Minot Shooting Leaves Two in the Hospital Video included

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An altercation just southeast of Minot ended in gunshots last night, with two people wounded. More>>

Manhunt Ends in Arrest of Murder Suspect Video included

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A 9-week manhunt has ended with the arrest of a man suspected of a Minot murder in September. More>>

Helping Ranchers Purchase the Right Animal Video included

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The steak you want on your plate is becoming a driving force in which animal a rancher purchases at the auction barn. More>>

Mandan Officials Discuss Potential Half-Cent Sales Tax Video included

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Mandan officials discuss a potential half cent sales tax to fund public facilities, including City Hall. More>>

Frostbite Common as Winter Weather Conditions Worsen Video included

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It's a busy time of year for weather-related accidents and trips to the emergency room. More>>

Shooting in Southeast Minot

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Authorities say two people were shot at a business in southeast Minot this evening. More>>

Priorities Set for New MHA Chairman Video included

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Oil production on the Fort Berthold Reservation is over 180,000 barrels of oil a day. More>>

Burke County Authorities Searching for Man Video included

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Authorities are asking for your help in locating a missing man. More>>

Veterans Share Stories Video included

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This week begins the second ever session of Warrior Words at Minot State University. More>>

Salvation Army Looking for Recipients Video included

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With Christmas just around the corner, Minot's Salvation Army is looking for volunteers to donate food or free will donations so that less fortunate families can still have a Christmas dinner. More>>

Students Get Help with College Plans Video included

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College can be a scary thing for many high school seniors, but the Magic City Campus is making the transition a little bit easier with help from a national initiative. More>>

Caring Rose Week Gives to Community Video included

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There's a sweet deal on buying a dozen roses... More>>

ND Music Awards Video included

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North Dakota is gearing up for special event in 2015. If you're a fan of music award shows, this is for you. More>>

Bismarck Roads Could Become More Narrow Video included

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The Mayor of Bismarck has an idea he thinks could save you money. More>>

Staying Safe on Icy Interstates Video included

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Last night, I-94 was closed between Belfield and Dickinson after icy roads caused a 4-vehicle crash..Macy Egeland speaks with Highway Patrol about how to stay safe on slick streets. More>>

Man Charged after Admitting He Fired Glock at Another Man in Williston

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A man is in custody after firing a handgun multiple times in Williston. More>>

Bizarre circumstances lead to woman's arrest Video included

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A woman is charged with child abuse and DUI. More>>

Ag Groups Meet in Bismarck Video included

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The Ag Industry comes together.  More>>

Three Injured, Interstate Closed After Accident Near Belfield

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Both lanes of Interstate-94 were closed last night following a four-vehicle accident near Belfield. More>>

Bismarck Officials Discuss Growth Management Video included

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With the Bismarck population projected to increase eighty percent by 2040 city officials are discussing ways to manage the growth. More>>

Interstate 94 Closed Between Dickinson and Belfield

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The North Dakota Department of Transportation says I-94 is closed between Dickinson and Belfield due to multiple vehicle accidents.http://www.dot.nd.gov/travel-info-v2/ More>>

Moose Makes Friends in Mandan Video included

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A moose is on the loose just north of Mandan..Several people have been lucky enough to see the young buck and have affectionately named him Bill. More>>

Recycling Picks Up in Bismarck Video included

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Bismarck residents are recycling more than ever before. More>>

County Sets Date for Jail Vote Video included

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Residents of Ward County will be asked to approve up to 41 million dollars for a jail expansion and major renovations and improvements at the existing courthouse. More>>

Outgoing Commissioner Makes Requests Video included

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Longtime Ward County Commissioner Jerome Gruenberg presided over his final meeting on the group today. More>>

Senate Rejects Keystone XL Pipeline Bill

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The U.S. Senate has failed to clear the way for construction of the Keystone-XL Pipeline project from Canada to Texas. More>>

State to Raise Western Employee Pay

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The cost of living in western North Dakota is forcing the state to spend millions of dollars to retain workers. More>>

Rugby Landmark Demolished Video included

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A building that has stood as a hub for community activity for more than half a century is being torn down. More>>

National Diabetes Awareness Month

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According to the Centers for Disease Control between the years of 1994 to 2010, North Dakota's adult diabetes rate has gone from under 4.5 percent to about 7 and has continued to rise. More>>

Dentist Offers Snoring Treatment Video included

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If you don't get a good night's sleep, it can affect your entire day. More>>

International Artist Series: Musical Comedian Video included

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He says laughter is the best medicine, and encourages people to come out and warm up with some laughs. More>>

State Radio is Expanding Video included

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The Department of Emergency Services' State Radio has undergone some recent changes to better respond to North Dakota's growing population. More>>

Safety Tips When Firing Up Your Furnace Video included

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As the cold weather settles in, it's time for us to crank up the heat in our homes. But with any heat source, there's always safety precautions to take. More>>

Civic Center Expansion Update Video included

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The cold has settled in but this hasn't stopped construction workers from finishing up the remainder of the Civic Center Exhibit Hall expansion. More>>

Florida Man Charged with Promoting Prostitution in Williston

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A Florida man is jailed in Williston on prostitution related charges. More>>

Mandan man charged with promoting obscenity of minors

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A 23 year old Mandan man is charged with promoting obscenity to minors. More>>

Businesses Get Recognized for Employees Moving at Work Video included

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Spending too much time sitting?Go! Bismarck/Mandan is trying to change that. More>>

Rail Mandates End November 30th Video included

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Big changes are happening on the rail at the end of month. More>>

Man Charged with Three Class A Felonies

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There is an arrest warrant out for Ty Rahn. Rahn allegedly sold 350 dollars worth of meth to a confidential police informant on October 6th. More>>

Medicine Shoppe Robbed in Mandan

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Mandan Police say the Medicine Shoppe was broken into early Tuesday morning. More>>

Keystone XL

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The Senate will vote on a bill today that authorizes construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. More>>

UND Stakeholders Discuss School Nickname in Bismarck Video included

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UND stakeholders discuss school nickname.

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Years Before Flood Protection Building Begins Video included

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It's likely to be at least two more years before the people of Minot will see work done on the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection plan. More>>

Research Shows No Water Contamination

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A government study of shallow groundwater in Montana and North Dakota shows no oil contamination of well water supplies. More>>

Kalix Upgrades Recycling Equipment Video included

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One hundred twenty million pounds of garbage. More>>

Downtown Tree Erected

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Christmas decorations are going up all over - including downtown Minot where today, the downtown Christmas tree was put into place. More>>

Geography Week at MSU

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Students and faculty at Minot State University are encouraging people to change what they think they know about geography. More>>

Eye on Energy: New Town Bypass Opens to Traffic Video included

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The North Dakota Department of Transportation has been on a mission to support the state's oil and gas region by enhancing traffic movement. More>>

Caregivers Get Care Advice Video included

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At any given time one out of ten North Dakotans is providing care for an ailing loved one. More>>

Soup Kitchen's Creative Approach Video included

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More than a dozen food pantries try to feed the hungry in the Bismarck/Mandan area. More>>

Governor Dalrymple Pardons Two North Dakota Turkeys Video included

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At least two North Dakota turkeys will not be gobbled up this Thanksgiving dinner. More>>

More Details Emerge as Victim Identified in Dickinson Shooting Video included

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Police have identified the man killed after a shooting in North Dickinson Sunday afternoon. More>>

Little Black Dress Campaign Kicks Off Video included

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A little black dress is widely-considered a classic fashion statement. But one group of women is making good use of their black dresses all week. More>>

Man arrested after shooting through apartment wall Video included

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A 30 year old Bismarck man has been arrested for shooting a gun through his apartment wall into the neighboring apartment. More>>

Dickinson Police Investigate Shooting Death Video included

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Dickinson police is asking for help locating a vehicle following a shooting death Sunday afternoon. More>>

Falling Cattle Prices and Ranching in Oil Country are Topics at Conference

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From preparing for a falling cattle market to caring for the land, ranchers have a chance to learn about it all. More>>

Mandan Man Arrested after Found Walking Down Highway 10 Drunk at Night

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A 43-year-old Mandan man is arrested after he's found drunk walking down Highway 10 west of Mandan at night. More>>

Man Survives Jump from Expressway Bridge

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A man survives a jump from the Expressway Bridge into the Missouri River Friday morning. More>>

UND Seeking Input on Nickname

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The search for a new nickname for the University of North Dakota continues, and UND officials are hoping you'll chime in with thoughts about how to make the choice. More>>

Chili Feed Raises Funds for Student Ministry Video included

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The cold weather isn't so bad when there's chili involved... And heated up with a little friendly competition. More>>

Seasonal Spice Offers Unique Crafts Video included

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Over the past three decades, one group has been sewing, constructing, and crafting their way into the homes of Minot. More>>

Missouri Valley Chamber Orchestra Holds First Concert This Season Video included

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Today the Missouri Valley Chamber Orchestra held their first concert of the season. More>>

Man Arrested for Threatening to Kill Girlfriend

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A 30-year-old Bismarck man is facing serious charges after physically assaulting his girlfriend around midnight last night. More>>

Alabama Man Killed in Rollover Crash in McKenzie County

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A 39-year-old man was killed this morning when the semi truck he was driving rolled on County Road 13 in McKenzie County. More>>

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  • Authorities say a 22-year-old man has shot and killed three people and wounded a fourth at a home on a South Dakota Indian reservation. After the attack he then killed himself.

    4 people shot in South Dakota

    4 people shot in South Dakota

    Saturday, November 22 2014 8:27 PM EST2014-11-23 01:27:52 GMT
    Authorities say a 22-year-old man has shot and killed three people and wounded a fourth at a home on a South Dakota Indian reservation. After the attack he then killed himself.The state attorney general's office said the shooting happened early Saturday at a home in the town of Sisseton.The attorney general's office identified the alleged attacker as 22-year-old Colter Richard Arbach. Arbach is from Sisseton and the attorney's office did not identify the victims or say how they knew Arbach.A ...
    Authorities say a 22-year-old man has shot and killed three people and wounded a fourth at a home on a South Dakota Indian reservation. After the attack he then killed himself.The state attorney general's office said the shooting happened early Saturday at a home in the town of Sisseton.The attorney general's office identified the alleged attacker as 22-year-old Colter Richard Arbach. Arbach is from Sisseton and the attorney's office did not identify the victims or say how they knew Arbach.A ...
  • State officials say they don't want the EPA taking control over North Dakota water and they're willing to go to court to stop the federal agency.

    State says no to EPA proposal

    State says no to EPA proposal

    Saturday, November 22 2014 8:25 PM EST2014-11-23 01:25:14 GMT
    State officials say they don't want the EPA taking control over North Dakota water and they're willing to go to court to stop the federal agency.The Environmental Protection Agency wants to clarify the Clean Water Act.The proposal would give EPA the authority over all U.S. surface and sub-surface ground water.Governor Jack Dalrymple says we already have the laws in place to manage and protect all the waters in the state.Dalrymple is concerned federal regulations would take over local jurisdic...
    State officials say they don't want the EPA taking control over North Dakota water and they're willing to go to court to stop the federal agency.The Environmental Protection Agency wants to clarify the Clean Water Act.The proposal would give EPA the authority over all U.S. surface and sub-surface ground water.Governor Jack Dalrymple says we already have the laws in place to manage and protect all the waters in the state.Dalrymple is concerned federal regulations would take over local jurisdic...
  • More than 100 prospective students came to Minot State University, for the first ever Fall Preview Day.

    Fall Preview Day at MSU

    Fall Preview Day at MSU

    Saturday, November 22 2014 8:22 PM EST2014-11-23 01:22:01 GMT
    More than 100 prospective students came to Minot State University, for the first ever Fall Preview Day.Around 10 this morning, President Dr. Steven Shirley welcomed the guests to campus through some engaging break out sessions and a campus-wide tour.Faculty members and students hosted Ted Talk-style presentations, while parents and visitors got a look at what Minot State is most proud of-- It's diverse programs and small class sizes.With a student body of about 4,000 students, Minot State ins...
    More than 100 prospective students came to Minot State University, for the first ever Fall Preview Day.Around 10 this morning, President Dr. Steven Shirley welcomed the guests to campus through some engaging break out sessions and a campus-wide tour.Faculty members and students hosted Ted Talk-style presentations, while parents and visitors got a look at what Minot State is most proud of-- It's diverse programs and small class sizes.With a student body of about 4,000 students, Minot State ins...
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  • 37 homes collapse, dozens injured in Japan quake

    37 homes collapse, dozens injured in Japan quake

    A strong earthquake struck central Japan on Saturday night, but there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage, and no tsunami warning was issued.
    Helicopter surveys on Sunday showed more extensive damage than earlier thought from an overnight earthquake in the mountainous central Japan area that hosted the 1998 Winter Olympics.
  • AP Exclusive: Some in NSA warned of a backlash

    AP Exclusive: Some in NSA warned of a backlash

    Dissenters within the National Security Agency, led by a senior agency executive, warned in 2009 that the program to secretly collect American phone records wasn't providing enough intelligence to justify the...
    Dissenters within the National Security Agency, led by a senior agency executive, warned in 2009 that the program to secretly collect American phone records wasn't providing enough intelligence to justify the backlash...
  • Uber investigating if exec broke 'God' app rules

    Uber investigating if exec broke 'God' app rules

    Uber Technologies is investigating whether one of its general managers violated the popular car-booking service's privacy policies by snooping on a reporter's whereabouts.
    Uber Technologies confirmed Wednesday that it is investigating whether one of its general managers violated the popular car-booking service's privacy policies by snooping on a reporter's ride.
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