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Old Hope Village gets own Flood Recovery Help

Our Savior Lutheran Church Construction

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Our Savior Lutheran Church, sits on the south side of Minot and was supposed to go under construction back in 2011, but because the Mouse River flooded, the church opened it's doors as "Hope Village" instead. Three years later they are finally able to put themselves first and get some construction done. The church had a high water table, and flooding issues of its own even before the Mouse waters reached its crest. By creating a new parking lot, and angling the flow future water will take, th... More>>

Eye on Health: Update on West Nile

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Health officials say 17 cases of West Nile Virus have been reported in North Dakota this year. They also say 8 people have been hospitalized and one death has been attributed to the mosquito-borne virus. State health authorities have been monitoring the West Nile virus since 2002 and cases have been reported in every county in North Dakota. Last year, there were 127 West Nile virus cases among humans and also two deaths. More>>

Whooping Crane Migration

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Officials are asking anyone who spots an endangered whooping crane in North Dakota to report it to state wildlife officials so the birds can be tracked.The state Game and Fish Department says the federally protected birds will be passing through the state over the next several weeks during their spring migration.Whooping cranes stand about 5 feet tall and have a wingspan of about 7 feet. They are bright white with black wing tips. More>>

NDSU Searches For Missing Student Video included

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North Dakota State University in Fargo is searching for a missing student. More>>

Name Released in Deadly Crash Near Lisbon

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The name of the man killed in a roll-over crash near Lisbon this weekend has been released. More>>

Central Dakota Humane Society Shaggy Shuffle Video included

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Today this Bismarck Capitol Grounds were filled with fur. More>>

Man Killed in Roll-Over near Lisbon

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A 26-year-old man is killed in a roll-over crash near Lisbon, North Dakota. More>>

Beef Cattle Research

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It's the end of the summer and these cows are in the corral.In fact, they haven't seen grass all year. For the past 6 years these cows have spent everyday here in the feedlot.(Chanda Engel / Research Specialist) "A big question we usually get to is have you seen increased health problems in the calves of those cows and we just really haven't seen that happening." With pasture prices being at all time highs, the Carrington Research Extension Center is researching if it's viable for ranchers to... More>>

2014 Miss Hostfest Crowned

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Earlier this morning, the 2014 Miss Norsk Hostfest was crowned. Macy Christianson is from Minot, and going to college in Grand Forks. The 18-year old winner is proud of her Scandinavian heritage, and excited for the upcoming celebration.Macy has dreamed of this day for quite awhile, and says a lot fo hard work went into the pageant. She says she plans to get her Ph.D. in Psychology, and while this title means a lot to her, it means even more to her community.(Macy Christianson, Hostfest Queen... More>>

Hoeven Meets with Corps about Mouse River

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North Dakota Senator John Hoeven stressed the importance of moving forward with flood control measures on the Mouse River this week in Washington during a meeting with Corps of Engineer official Col. Daniel Koprowski.Koprowski was in Minot a few weeks ago for a meeting with Sen. Heidi Heitkamp where he heard many of the same requests -- to get moving on work on the river system.This latest meeting with the St. Paul district office commander hit on a number of different areas that Hoeven wants... More>>

Oil Fatalities in ND

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¤0 ]] C2.1 G 0 [[Oil and Gas workers in North Dakota are three times more likely to get killed on the job than those who work in other states.That's according to an investigation done by Inside Energy, an independent journalistic cooperative focusing on the energy industry --The Bureau of Labor Statistics report 23 people died working for North Dakota oil companies between 2011 and 2012.It's the third most deaths in the country.North Dakota's fatality rate is the highest taking into account t... More>>

Local Church Supports Community Art Video included

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A local church in Bismarck is bringing some beautiful artwork to the community. More>>

ND National Guard's 164th Infantry Remembers Their Fallen Video included

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Soldiers who served together in a battle more than 70 years ago reunite today to remember their fallen. More>>

Heitkamp Talks Human Trafficking Video included

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Female leaders from across the state gather in Bismarck to fight human trafficking. More>>

Bismarck Community Walks to Shine a Light on Suicide Prevention Video included

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Hundreds come together to shine a light on suicide prevention in Bismarck. More>>

Mayor on Williston City Budget Video included

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Williston's city budget has increased nearly fivefold in just three years. More>>

Williston Public Workers Needed Video included

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Williston Public Works will be adding more than one hundred employees over the next seven years. More>>

Baby Spider Monkey Learns the Ropes at the Dakota Zoo Video included

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A little spider monkey is learning the ropes at the Dakota Zoo. More>>

Men's Winter Home Video included

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Minot now has a place of refuge for homeless men in the region. More>>

Bismarck Man Helps Bring Theodore Roosevelt to the Screen Video included

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A new PBS documentary is bringing Teddy Roosevelt to life and a Bismarck man played a big part. More>>

More West Nile in North Dakota Video included

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The number of people who have tested positive for West Nile Virus in North Dakota has grown to 17. More>>

Carson's Ambulance Service is Short on Volunteers Video included

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One small town is losing its ambulance service..Carson, North Dakota no longer has enough Emergency Medical Technicians to keep the ambulance service licensed. More>>

iphone Release Video included

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Today is the release of the new iphone 6 and lines ran out the door at the verizon store. More>>

Science Museum has Exciting News for 20th Birthday Video included

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"Science is everywhere. Science is discovery. So if you're interested in the world around you, you're interested in science." said Beth Demke, Executive Director of Gateway to Science. More>>

Around Town 9-19 Video included

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43rd Avenue is quickly becoming the new business hub in town. More>>

Frost Concerns for Farmers Video included

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Overnight lows in the 30s didn't just hurt your flower bed, but fields in the area. More>>

Multiple Injury Accident Reported in Morton County

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A 27-year-old man faces drunk driving charges after crashing into a stopped vehicle resulting in four injuries. More>>

World War II Vets Receive a Hero's Welcome

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A group of battle buddies reunites after serving together more than 70 years ago. More>>

Police Searching for Runaway Teenager

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Minot authorities are trying to locate a Minot teenager reported as a runaway. More>>

Pilots Traveling to State Capitals Across the Country Arrive in Bismarck

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A pair of pilots is making a landing in nearly every United States capital city. More>>

Minot Aero Center Expands Video included

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A booming energy industry is driving Minot's air passenger numbers to new height. More>>

Investigators Facing a Heavy Workload Video included

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Two high profile cases in two weeks are requiring the best work of local law enforcement. More>>

MSU NOTSTOCK Underway Video included

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It started in 2007 and now takes over more and more of Minot State's campus each year. More>>

Business Beat - September 18th, 2014 Video included

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It was another groundbreaking day for a final phase of the new Minot Country Club yesterday.  More>>

Duck Banding at J Clark Salyer Video included

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Every year at the J. Clark Salyer National Wildlife Refuge the crew works together to band ducks for the upcoming hunting season. More>>

Fatality Rate High for North Dakota Oil Workers Video included

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Oil and Gas workers in North Dakota are three times more likely to get killed on the job than those who work in other states. More>>

Moped Travelers Raise Hunger Awareness Video included

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Imagine visiting all of the lower 48 states in 48 weeks. Now imagine doing that on a moped. More>>

Touchmark Holds Zumba Class Video included

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It's National Healthy Aging Month and as a way to keep their residents active, Touchmark in Bismarck is offering free exercise classes for people over 40. More>>

Hoeven Pushing For Pipeline Decision

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It's been nearly 6 years since TransCanada applied for a presidential permit to build the Keystone XL pipeline.Today, the day before the 6th anniversary, Senator John Hoeven along with the 44 other Republican senators sent a letter to President Obama calling on him to approve the pipeline immediately.In the letter it states that since the permit was filed the US Department of State completed five environmental impact statements.All of which, according to the letter from the senators, have fou... More>>

Busy Harvest Season for Farm Rescue Video included

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A late spring, cool summer and wet August has made harvest tough for producers .Making Farm Rescue's efforts more important than ever. More>>

Voters with New Addresses Should Update Licenses

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North Dakota voters need current driver's license information with the Department of Transportation in order to vote in November. More>>

Public Open House Hosted for 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan Video included

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A long term transportation plan is in the works for the Bismarck/Mandan area. More>>

35th District State Senate Candidates Gear Up for General Election Video included

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State senate candidates gear up for the November election. More>>

Proposed Pipeline Causing Controversy Video included

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The newest and longest pipeline proposed in North Dakota already has some opponents. More>>

Latest on Murder Investigation Video included

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An autopsy is being performed today in the murder investigation of 25-year-old man Shannon Brunelle. More>>

Hit and Run Death Still Mystery

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The family of a toddler, who was the victim of a fatal hit and run labor day weekend, is working with police to help set up a reward for any information to help find the vehicle's driver. More>>

Child Abuse Case Psychiatric Evaluation Video included

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Trial dates will not be set for a woman charged with Class Double A murder -- pending a mental health evaluation. More>>

Thiel Jury Trial Scheduled in February Video included

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No plea deal was reached for Nicholas Thiel --- charged with multiple felonies related to online crime. More>>

Theft and Burglary Suspects Sought Video included

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Eight arrests have been made in connection to a series of thefts and burglaries throughout rural Ward County. More>>

Primary Winners Don't Include Hall Video included

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The Three Affiliated Tribes will be under new leadership later this year. More>>

Berthold Development Groundbreaking

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A new housing addition is coming to Berthold. More>>

Eye on Ag: Rugby Livestock Changes Hands Video included

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The call of the auctioneer was heard loud and clear Monday morning in Rugby once again. More>>

Students Compete in Envirothon Video included

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The 14th annual North Dakota Envirothon kick off today. More>>

Legislators Propose Sending $800 Million to Western ND Video included

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Senate and House Republicans announce a proposal to send 800-million dollars to communities impacted by the oil industry. More>>

Reza's Pitch Gets Face-Lift Video included

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It's one of the go-to sports restaurants in town...but you may notice, it's starting to look a little different. More>>

iPhone 6 to be Released September 19 Video included

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Sales will begin at 8am in all Apple retail stores, but since September 12th, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have been available for pre-sale. More>>

Henrikson Indicted on Murder for Hire Deaths of Two People Video included

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A felon linked to fraud and terror in the North Dakota oil patch has been indicted on charges he hired people to gun down a former business associate in Washington state and kill a former employee whose body has not been found. More>>

Driver Cited for Operating Motor Vehicle Without Headlights After Injury Accident Video included

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A 32-year-old male from Dickinson is injured in a two-vehicle crash along Highway 22. More>>

TSA Reminds Travelers of Prohibited Items Video included

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TSA officials at the Bismarck Municipal Airport are reminding passengers of prohibited items in carry-on bags. More>>

Thiel Jury Trail Scheduled in February

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No plea deal was reached for Nicholas Thiel --- charged with multiple felonies related to online crime.A jury trial has been scheduled for February.Thiel is charged with 12 Class C felonies for promoting obscenity to minors, terrorizing and five counts of luring minors.Since his last court appearance, a new lawyer was appointed for Thiel.Defense requested two weeks to complete the discovery phase --- reading through 14,000 pages worth of facebook chats from 13 child victims.If a plea deal is ... More>>

City of Dickinson Asks Residents to Conserve Water Video included

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The City of Dickinson is urging residents to conserve water today through Friday. More>>

Rep. Cramer Plans to Support President's Plan to Train and Arm Syrian Rebels Against ISIS Video included

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Rep. Cramer plans to support an amendment allowing President Obama to train and equip Syrian rebels to fight against ISIS. More>>

Head-On Collision Reported South of Mandan Video included

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A 26-year-old Mandan man has to be life-flighted after a head-on collision south of Mandan early Tuesday morning. More>>

Suspicious Death Deemed Homicide Video included

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Minot police have deemed the suspicious death of a 25-year-old man homicide. More>>

Authorities Respond to Reports of a Male Jumping Off Interstate Bridge Video included

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Authorities respond to reports of a male jumping off Interstate Bridge. More>>

County Board Faces Budget Questions Video included

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The budget process continued forward in Ward County today with long debate about the prospect of county taxes going up... More>>

School Board Faces Funding Decision Video included

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Bids were awarded today for work at Edison Elementary that will take the school to what is known as a four-section elementary -- offering four sections of each grade. More>>

Tennis Association Funds

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After months of reconstruction the final touches were made to Hammond Park this afternoon. More>>

Getting the Ice In Place

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Maysa Arena is gearing up for another season on the ice. Today, community volunteers, arena employees and the Minot Park District all came together to add some color to the rink. More>>

A Changing Future for North Dakota Pipelines Video included

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Authorities discuss the route of North Dakota's newest and largest pipeline.The path for the Dakota Access Pipeline will cross through much of the south western part of the state. More>>

Man Sentenced for Attempted Sex Trafficking of a Child Video included

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A 42-year-old Minnesota man is sentenced for attempted sex trafficking of a child in North Dakota. More>>

4 Charged after gun theft Video included

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An Idaho man is charged with 44 different crimes. More>>

Local Barber Shop Says Goodbye Video included

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It's a haircut haven that's been a staple in the Bismarck community for nearly 60 years. More>>

Two Gladstone Residents Killed in Accident Identified Video included

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The North Dakota Highway Patrol says 82-year-old Frank Miller and 65-year-old Judith Miller both of Gladstone, died from injuries sustained in an accident along interstate in Stark County Monday morning. More>>

New Town Child Fights Pledge Requirement Video included

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A New Town first grader is receiving national attention for quietly refusing to participate in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance at school. More>>

Grain Bin Business Booming Video included

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Farmers in need of grain storage are making those in the bin business busier than ever. More>>

Man Charged with 44 Crimes in Williston Including Guns, Drugs and Theft

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An Idaho man is charged with 44 different crimes. Police arrested Robert Rehfeldt while investigating a September 4th burglary of Napa Auto Parts. More>>

Bismarck Crime News, September 16

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\A Bismarck man says someone stole some of his prize Star Wars memorabilia.
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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sprays Sandbars to Save Endangered Birds Video included

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An endangered bird in North Dakota is getting a little help from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. More>>

City Council Passes Budget Video included

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A final city budget for Minot in 2015 was passed at tonight's City Council Meeting. More>>

New City Manager Assumes Position Video included

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With a new budget comes new leadership as well. Minot's newest city manager started today. More>>

Minot Police Investigating Death

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Authorities are investigating what's been deemed a suspicious death in Minot. More>>

Driver Struck by Train

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A Texas man died after a train struck the truck he was driving this morning. More>>

Bismarck Human Relations Committee Hosts "Diversity University" Video included

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The Committee is working with United Tribes Technical College this fall to present "Diversity University." More>>

Local Women's Group Reflects on Violence Against Women Act Video included

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This week marks the 20th year since the Violence Against Women Act was signed into law. More>>

Mandan Municipal Airport Receives Federal Grant Video included

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One local airport is taking off with a $126,000 grant to study its surrounding environment. More>>

Woman Makes Plea in Child Neglect Case Video included

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A 22-year-old woman pleads not guilty to abuse and neglect charges associated with a drunk driving incident in August. More>>

Four Marathon Runners Team Up to Take on a Cause Video included

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About two thousand runners will wind the streets and parks around Bismarck for the Kroll's Bismarck Marathon.  While they all will take the same path, they all do it for different reasons. More>>

Eye on Energy: Williston Welcomes New Teachers Video included

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Williston schools increased enrollment by about 300 students for a K-12 total of 3,447 students. More>>

Kenmare Dedication Day Video included

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It is the end of an era and the beginning of a new one in Kenmare today. More>>

Wine and Gardens Video included

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Northeast of Carrington lies a gem in the prairie. More>>

Two Killed in Accident on I-94 Near Gladstone Video included

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Two people are dead following an accident on I-94 this morning. More>>

Little Movements Opens in Kirkwood Mall Video included

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A brand new studio opened the beginning of this month and it's already a hit for families with little tikes. More>>

Around Town 3-21 Video included

It's now officially Spring..even though it might not feel like it quite yet. Steph Scheurer shows us a business aiming to get you ready for the golf season in this week's Around Town. Shank's Golf Shop More>>

Cobb's Bond Set at One Million Dollars Cash

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Bond is set at one million dollars cash for Craig Cobb after the North Dakota Supreme Court ruled Cobb be eligible for bond.. Cobb has been in jail since November when he was arrested and charged More>>

National Flu Vaccination Week

National Flu Vaccination Week

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With the exciting holiday season also comes a not so jolly time -- influenza season. And if you haven't gotten your vaccination for the year, now's the time, because this week is National Flu Vaccination More>>

Cookies for Airmen

Cookies for Airmen

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Along with the holiday season, often comes holiday baking. The Minot Area Chamber of Commerce is helping to share sweetness by the dozen once again. Today the annual cookie drive for Minot airmen kicked More>>

Sleepy Hollow Presents "Les Miserables"

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A Broadway musical and award-winning movie comes to life on-stage in Bismarck.


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County Applies For State Buyout Money

Ward County is putting in a request for 14.6 million dollars of state funds for buyouts of flooded property. Commissioners this morning received information on the request from Ryan Ackerman of Ackerman-Estvold More>>

FEMA Wants Ramstad Rebuilt in Current Location

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A plan to rebuild the flood-wrecked Ramstad Middle School on Minot's north hill is not winning support from FEMA. More>>

Canadian Water Releases Begin

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Significant water releases have begun from Rafferty and Alameda Reservoirs in Saskatchewan.
    The Saskatchewan Watershed Authority announced it began releases yesterday, in an effort to make space in the reservoir for potentially-high spring snow melt and runoff.
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  • Old Hope Village gets own Flood Recovery Help

    Our Savior Lutheran Church Construction

    Our Savior Lutheran Church Construction

    Sunday, September 21 2014 10:31 PM EDT2014-09-22 02:31:43 GMT
    Our Savior Lutheran Church, sits on the south side of Minot and was supposed to go under construction back in 2011, but because the Mouse River flooded, the church opened it's doors as "Hope Village" instead. Three years later they are finally able to put themselves first and get some construction done. The church had a high water table, and flooding issues of its own even before the Mouse waters reached its crest. By creating a new parking lot, and angling the flow future water will take, th...
    Our Savior Lutheran Church, sits on the south side of Minot and was supposed to go under construction back in 2011, but because the Mouse River flooded, the church opened it's doors as "Hope Village" instead. Three years later they are finally able to put themselves first and get some construction done. The church had a high water table, and flooding issues of its own even before the Mouse waters reached its crest. By creating a new parking lot, and angling the flow future water will take, th...
  • Eye on Health: Update on West Nile

    Eye on Health: Update on West Nile

    Sunday, September 21 2014 10:28 PM EDT2014-09-22 02:28:59 GMT
    Health officials say 17 cases of West Nile Virus have been reported in North Dakota this year. They also say 8 people have been hospitalized and one death has been attributed to the mosquito-borne virus. State health authorities have been monitoring the West Nile virus since 2002 and cases have been reported in every county in North Dakota. Last year, there were 127 West Nile virus cases among humans and also two deaths.
    Health officials say 17 cases of West Nile Virus have been reported in North Dakota this year. They also say 8 people have been hospitalized and one death has been attributed to the mosquito-borne virus. State health authorities have been monitoring the West Nile virus since 2002 and cases have been reported in every county in North Dakota. Last year, there were 127 West Nile virus cases among humans and also two deaths.
  • Whooping Crane Migration

    Whooping Crane Migration

    Sunday, September 21 2014 10:27 PM EDT2014-09-22 02:27:05 GMT
    Officials are asking anyone who spots an endangered whooping crane in North Dakota to report it to state wildlife officials so the birds can be tracked.The state Game and Fish Department says the federally protected birds will be passing through the state over the next several weeks during their spring migration.Whooping cranes stand about 5 feet tall and have a wingspan of about 7 feet. They are bright white with black wing tips.
    Officials are asking anyone who spots an endangered whooping crane in North Dakota to report it to state wildlife officials so the birds can be tracked.The state Game and Fish Department says the federally protected birds will be passing through the state over the next several weeks during their spring migration.Whooping cranes stand about 5 feet tall and have a wingspan of about 7 feet. They are bright white with black wing tips.
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  • NDSU Montana Football Recap

    NDSU Montana Football Recap

    Sunday, September 21 2014 11:48 PM EDT2014-09-22 03:48:48 GMT
    Number one battling number three. A winning streak on the line.Two FCS Powerhouses meeting inside the Fargo dome yesterday. And in the end, The Bison proving why they're favored for a fourth national championship.
    Number one battling number three. A winning streak on the line.Two FCS Powerhouses meeting inside the Fargo dome yesterday. And in the end, The Bison proving why they're favored for a fourth national championship.
  • Local MMA Fighter Still Undefeated

    Local MMA Fighter Still Undefeated

    Saturday, September 20 2014 11:57 PM EDT2014-09-21 03:57:00 GMT
    Last week we brought you a story about Jake Maher--a local Bismarck MMA fighter who fought just one fight in his career. Well tonight he was looking to prove himself yet again in front of his home crowd at the Civic Center.
    Last week we brought you a story about Jake Maher--a local Bismarck MMA fighter who fought just one fight in his career. Well tonight he was looking to prove himself yet again in front of his home crowd at the Civic Center.
  • Local Highlights 9-20

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    Saturday, September 20 2014 11:49 PM EDT2014-09-21 03:49:45 GMT
    Cross County and Soccer Highlights
    Cross County and Soccer Highlights
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  • Some 130,000 Syrians reach Turkey, fleeing IS

    Some 130,000 Syrians reach Turkey, fleeing IS

    Monday, September 22 2014 4:08 AM EDT2014-09-22 08:08:34 GMT
    Turkey's deputy prime minister says the number of refugees in Turkey who have fled the advance of Islamic State militants in Syria has reached 130,000.
    Turkey's deputy prime minister says the number of refugees in Turkey who have fled the advance of Islamic State militants in Syria has reached 130,000.
  • SpaceX launches 3-D printer, other station gear

    SpaceX launches 3-D printer, other station gear

    Monday, September 22 2014 4:08 AM EDT2014-09-22 08:08:10 GMT
    A SpaceX cargo ship is rocketing toward the International Space Station.
    A SpaceX cargo ship rocketed toward the International Space Station on Sunday, carrying the first 3-D printer for astronauts in orbit.
  • Affluence eludes poor crowding into Asian cities

    Affluence eludes poor crowding into Asian cities

    Monday, September 22 2014 3:57 AM EDT2014-09-22 07:57:04 GMT
    Down a concrete path, between rail tracks that buzz with each approaching train and a river choked by plastic and raw sewage, Asih Binti Arif cradles her baby and reflects on dreams gone dark.
    Down a concrete path, between rail tracks that buzz with each approaching train and a river choked by plastic and raw sewage, Asih Binti Arif cradles her baby and reflects on dreams gone dark.
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  • Skunk with head stuck in beer can rescued in Ohio

    Skunk with head stuck in beer can rescued in Ohio

    Sunday, September 21 2014 7:07 AM EDT2014-09-21 11:07:05 GMT
    A skunk with a beer can stuck on its head had to be rescued near a fraternity house in southwestern Ohio.
    A skunk with a beer can stuck on its head had to be rescued near a fraternity house in southwestern Ohio.
  • Police: Lonely man made repeated 911 calls

    Police: Lonely man made repeated 911 calls

    Sunday, September 21 2014 7:07 AM EDT2014-09-21 11:07:03 GMT
    A Pennsylvania man has been charged with making three 911 calls to report bogus emergencies simply because he was lonely and wanted paramedics to show up.
    A Pennsylvania man has been charged with making three 911 calls to report bogus emergencies simply because he was lonely and wanted paramedics to show up.
  • 46 years later, owner to get stolen Jaguar back

    46 years later, owner to get stolen Jaguar back

    Sunday, September 21 2014 7:06 AM EDT2014-09-21 11:06:59 GMT
    Forty-six years ago Ivan Schneider, successful Manhattan lawyer, bought himself the Jaguar convertible that would feature in a most unusual tale of unrequited love.
    Forty-six years ago Ivan Schneider, successful Manhattan lawyer, bought himself the Jaguar convertible that would feature in a most unusual tale of unrequited love.
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