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Chateau Apartments Nearing Completion Video included

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If at first you don't succeed, try again...and again. More>>

Grass Fires Cause Damage in Sioux and Stark Counties

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Firefighters respond to a large grass fire in Sioux County.  A KX news crew reports the fire appears to have originated somewhere near the town of Cannon Ball.Earlier Monday afternoon, the wind was pushing the fire south toward the Missouri River. More>>

Bismarck Students Volunteer to Help a Friend in Need

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Several Bismarck high school students donate their time to help one of their classmates in need.  Ben Smith takes us to a local restaurant where volunteers are making food to make a difference. More>>

Bismarck Condo Unit Suffers Fire Damage

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The Bismarck fire department responded to a report of smoke at a condo complex near Sertoma park. More>>

BNSF Outlines Future Safety Improvements

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North Dakota's Governor talks train safety with one of the nations top railway companies. More>>

Senate Appropriations Committee Hears Testimony on Oil and Gas Gross Production Tax Distribution Formula Video included

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Several city and county leaders testify in support of proposals to amend the House's version of the oil and gas gross production tax distribution formula bill... More>>

Idaho Man Charged with Attempted Murder

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An Idaho man is charged with attempted murder after police say he tried run over an officer during a vehicle chase. More>>

Missing Teenager Located

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A teenager who had been missing for more than two weeks has been located. More>>

Rural Flood Control Plan Information Video included

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People living in rural areas along the Mouse River in North Dakota have some choices to make when it comes to protecting their property from flooding. More>>

Eye on Energy: Industrial Park Expansion Video included

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Railroad and highway access are key for developing export businesses in North Dakota. More>>

Pres. of Sanford Research Talks About Their Clinical Trials Video included

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Sanford Health is currently working on 350 clinical trials at their research centers across the nation. More>>

Change of Plea Hearings Scheduled in Prostitution Business Case

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Change of plea hearings are set for two people charged with running a prostitution business in Minot and Dickinson. More>>

Wildfire Threatening Gas Wells and Homes in Harding County Video included

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A major grass fire is threatening natural gas wells and other structures in Harding County, South Dakota. More>>

House Passes "Problem-Solving Courts" Bill Video included

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The North Dakota House passes a bill to establish a committee that looks into "problem-solving courts." More>>

North Dakota Senate Commemorates Vietnam Veterans Day

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Sunday marked Vietnam Veterans Day in North Dakota.And, today the state Senate showed their support to those who served... More>>

Train Collisions Increase in 2014 Video included

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Distracted drivers can be linked to another alarming safety statistic in North Dakota. More>>

2015 State Spelling Bee Competition Video included

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All 53 counties in North Dakota send their top spellers to the 2015 State Spelling Bee Competition. More>>

Man charged with attempted murder

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An Idaho man is charged with attempted murder after police say he tried run over an officer during a vehicle chase. More>>

Man guilty of child abuse hears his sentence

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A Bismarck man accused of hitting a 5-month-old child and fracturing the infant's skull has been sentenced to three years in prison. More>>

Man Involved in Motorcycle Accident Taken to Hospital Video included

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A motorcyclist is taken to the hospital after an accident this morning around 11:30AM. More>>

Police search for missing trailer

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Paramount Builders report to Bismarck Police a trailer was stolen from a property under construction. More>>

Felony arrests in Williston double

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Felony arrests in Williston in 2014 more than doubled from the previous year. More>>

Hoeven on the Nuclear Triad Video included

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The Air Force requested more than $130 million in funding for the 2016 Fiscal Year. More>>

Vietnam Vets Gather in Remembrance Video included

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The gathering gave them a chance to talk about what happened and be with people who share similar memories. More>>

Gun Show Offers Old and New to Buyers

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Over three hundred booths were set up today for the 44th annual Minot Rifle and Pistol Club gun show in Minot. More>>

8th Annual Make a Wish Fashion Show Video included

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Today some kids and young adults are strutting their stuff for a good cause at the 8th annual Make a Wish Fashion Show. More>>

Large Grass Fire Damages Land North of Bismarck Video included

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A controlled burn north of Bismarck gets out of control and spreads across hundreds of acres. More>>

Police Officer Sent to Hospital After Being Hit by Bismarck Man

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An 18-year-old Bismarck man is facing several charges after allegedly assaulting 2 police officers. More>>

Moose Lodge Hosts Beardstock

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Beardstock is getting people excited about new music while helping the homeless in the Minot area. More>>

Thor Bake Sale Satisfies Spring Fever Video included

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The Thor Lodge was getting prepared for Easter today with the spring bake sale. More>>

Bismarck Police Warn Public About Scammers

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The Bismarck Police is warning residents about scammers pretending to be officers and IRS employees. More>>

Protesters are Encouraging Others to Educate Themselves Video included

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Members of Overpasses of America stood on the overpass of State Street addressing issues they see in today's society. More>>

Kids Get a Big Lesson on the Smallest Areas of Science Video included

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Gateway to Science is giving kids some hands-on experience with materials they can't even see. More>>

ND No Longer Has Lowest Unemployment Rate

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North Dakota no longer has the lowest unemployment rate in the nation due in part to sliding oil drilling activity. More>>

Heitkamp Launches #CutRedTape

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If federal regulations are failing to work the way they were intended -- Senator Heidi Heitkamp wants to hear about it.Heitkamp helped to launch a bipartisan grassroots initiative called #cutredtape. More>>

Minot Man Develops Card Game

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A local Minot man has developed a game that's trending all around the city. More>>

Fargo Driver Killed in Crash

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A Fargo man died in a collision on Highway 2 Friday afternoon. More>>

Drilling Rigs are Stacking Up Video included

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There were 97 rigs drilling in North Dakota today. That's almost 100 fewer than on the same day one year ago.Ben Smith shows us hard proof of more drilling rigs sitting idle. More>>

Named Released in Crash at Minot Intersection

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Authorities have released the name of a woman who died following a traffic accident at a Minot intersection on Thursday. More>>

Jury Trial Acquittal Verdict for Jones

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A jury has reached a 'not guilty' verdict in a Class AA felony case for Gross Sexual Imposition. More>>

Minot Disaster Resiliency Competition

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Minot City Officials have submitted their application early to the federal government in hopes of garnering funding to be used in recovery projects stemming from the 2011 flood. More>>

Artisan Alley Craft Show Coming Up

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During its first year, there were only 10 exhibitors at the Artisan's Alley Craft Show, but in 2015 that number has grown to 60. More>>

Eye on Education: Ft. Stevenson Maple Tapping

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The staff at Fort Stevenson State Park want people to experience all it has to offer; the sights, sounds, smells and even tastes. More>>

One Bismarck Street Holds Eight of the Top 50 Most Dangerous Intersections in the State Video included

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A report by the North Dakota Department of Transporation releases the top 50 most dangerous intersections in the state. More>>

ND Farmers Union Announces Plans to Get Corporate Farming On the Ballot Video included

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Dozens of farmers from across North Dakota rally against legislation allowing corporate farming for dairy and swine facilities... More>>

Devils Lake corrections officer charged with assisting in escape

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U.S. Marshals believe a corrections officer at a jail in Devils Lake helped a federal prisoner escape. More>>

Fashion Show Helps Grant Children's Wishes Video included

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College student Cara Mund is getting ready to host her 8th Annual Make-A-Wish Fashion Show. More>>

Man chases his coworker with a knife

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A 27 year old Bismarck man is charged with terrorizing after chasing a coworker with a knife. More>>

Mandan man charged with a second count of gross sexual imposition

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A Mandan man already facing a charge of gross sexual imposition, is charged with a second count of GSI. More>>

MPD Looking for Missing Juvenile

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Officers are requesting assistance in locating a missing juvenile. More>>

Nature's surprise, bald eagles nest near Standing Rock Video included

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We received reports of dozens of bald eagles nesting and hunting in south central North Dakota. More>>

Fatal Accident in Minot

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A Minot woman has died following a collision at the intersection of West Burdick Expressway and Western Avenue Thursday afternoon. More>>

Belfield Man Fatally Injured in Rear-End Accident on Interstate

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A 34-year-old Belfield man was fatally injured in a crash on Interstate around 4:30 Thursday afternoon.  According to the Highway Patrol, a freightliner had been parked on the shoulder of interstate near the Glen Ullin exit.  More>>

A Potential Roundabout for Burleigh County Video included

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 A roundabout, 200 feet wide could be in the future.

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When Junk Becomes Art Video included

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One mans trash could be another man's art.  The Bismarck Downtown Artist Co-op is holding it's 4th annual Reuse, Upcycle, Recreate exhibit.  More>>

Bond Hearing for Rodriguez-Rios

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Bond has been set at $750-thousand dollars cash or a surety bond for 18-year-old Jeremy Rodriguez-Rios. More>>

Plea Change in Minot Shooting Case

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A man charged with criminal conspiracy to commit murder - a Class 'AA' felony - has changed his plea for a lesser charge. More>>

Downtown Minot Street Closures

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As the city of Minot is set to begin a marathon of construction, City Manager Lee Staab says they are setting the pace with completion of the city's parking ramps and phase one of the Downtown Revitalization Project. More>>

Paramount Sports Complex Proposed

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A proposed sports complex for the Minot area was announced on social media this week. More>>

Botulism Case Identified

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A rare illness usually caused by soil or food contamination has been identified at Trinity Hospital for what clinicians believe is the first time. More>>

Lymphedema Therapy Offered

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People who experience swelling in their limbs due to fluid buildup have a new source of treatment. More>>

Business Beat - March 26th, 2015

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In Minot you can now have, a Taste of India...right here in the food court of Dakota Square Mall. More>>

Girl Scout Cookies for Patients

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The cookie selling season has come and gone,but the Minot Air Force Base Girl Scouts are still making the day sweeter for some. More>>

North Dakota County Tops the U.S. for Population Growth

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A North Dakota county continues to lead the nation in terms of population growth. More>>

Economic Survey Results Released Video included

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Professionals gather to discuss Bismarck-Mandan's business performance at an Economic Outlook Forum. More>>

Common Core testing delayed in North Dakota

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Common core, state assessment test were schedule to begin yesterday in North Dakota. More>>

Lawmakers Discuss Agreement That Would Allow State to Control Operations and Assets of Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center Video included

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North Dakota lawmakers are in discussions to allow the State Parks and Rec Department to take over operations of the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, as well as Fort Mandan... More>>

Bismarck Ground Round Receives National Honors

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A local restaurant is recognized as the most profitable in the nation. More>>

A Living Museum of Rough Riders Video included

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There are 41 recipients of North Dakota's Rough Rider Award.Today people at the Capitol get to meet a some of them... through students. More>>

UMary Students Get Big Lesson in Business

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Students at the University of Mary get a lesson from a distinguished business leader. More>>

Hockey fans brave weather and lines for NCAA tickets

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Hockey fans braved the chilly morning temperatures to get their hands on some last-minute tickets. More>>

No charges against UND Officer in February shooting

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The Grand Forks County State's Attorney has charged the man involved in the officer involved shooting in the Altru parking lot February 28 with Reckless Endangerment and Fleeing or Attempting to Elude a Police Officer. More>>

Suspect in court as bond is set in Landa murders

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Bond has been set at $750-thousand dollars cash for 18-year-old Jeremy Rodriguez-Rios. More>>

All Boil Orders Lifted

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Water test results received today indicate that the tap water in Crosby is safe for human consumption. More>>

House Fire in Northwest Minot Video included

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A fire burned inside the walls and floor joices of a Northwest Minot home Wednesday afternoon. More>>

Mission of Deployed NDNG Soldiers Won't Change Due to Withdrawal Slowdown Video included

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Fifteen North Dakota National Guard soldiers deployed for Afghanistan last September.  A spokesperson for the Guard says their mission will not change because of the delay in the drawback. More>>

WWII Veteran Remembers Time With Two Presidents on 99th Birthday Party Video included

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Harold Bruschwein served in World War II and was stationed at Pearl Harbor when it was attacked on December 7, 1941.  President John F. Kennedy sat down and talked with him about the experience afterward. More>>

State Troopers Continue Aggressive Enforcement Along Highway 85 Video included

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The North Dakota Highway Patrol plans to continue a program to crack down on aggressive driving on the state's most dangerous highway. More>>

Dakota Star Gymnastics Due For an Upgrade Video included

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City Commissioners recently approved the language a ballot measure that would increase the sales tax for the city of Mandan.  Local athletes who say a sports complex funded by the tax is a win for the city's future. More>>

UPDATE: Murder charges filed in Landa pig farm deaths Video included

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Authorities in Bottineau County have charged a man in the shooting of two people at a Landa hog farm Tuesday. More>>

Governor Proclaims April Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Prevention Month Video included

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Governor Jack Dalrymple proclaims April Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Prevention Month. More>>

Zaycon Foods Delivers to Bismarck Residents Video included

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It's a quick way to get farm fresh meats to your family table. And in this chilly weather, you don't even have to get out of your vehicle. More>>

Bismarck 2nd Graders Learn Valuable Life Lesson Video included

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A group of Bismarck students is getting the chance to learn a life lesson that some may not have otherwise gotten. More>>

Economic Survey Results to Be Released March 26th Video included

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Results from an economic survey will be released to business leaders tomorrow with the help of a few University of Mary students. More>>

Study Shows Which ND Counties are Healthiest

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A recent study shows which North Dakota Counties are healthiest.  More>>

North Dakota Senate Passes Bill to Restrict Public Funds for Conservation Land Purchases Through Nonprofits Video included

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The North Dakota Senate passes a bill to prohibit the state from providing public funds to non-profit organizations for the purchase of land for conservation or wildlife purposes... More>>

Re-Election Date Set for Lincoln Mayor Video included

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A date has been set for a new election in Lincoln to oust the city's Mayor. More>>

Border Patrol Bill Passes ND Senate Video included

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The Senate unanimously passes a bill to grant Border Patrol agents more authority in North Dakota... More>>

AMVC reacts to two employees killed at Turtle Mountain Pork

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We received a statement from AMVC, the company that owns Turtle Mountain Pork.
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Man Admits to Murdering Two Men in Bottineau County

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One man has been arrested facing two murder charges following a shooting at Turtle Mountain Pork in Landa on Tuesday. More>>

Suspect Caught in Bottineau County Shooting

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Authorities in Bottineau County have arrested a man in the shooting of two people at a Landa hog farm. More>>

Quiet Rail Zone a Reality for Bismarck Video included

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For those living in downtown Bismarck, trains passing through the city might become a little quieter. More>>

Mandan Residents React to Potential Tax Increase Video included

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A proposed increase in sales taxes could support a new sports facility in Mandan. More>>

Bottineau County Fatal Shooting

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Authorities in Bottineau County are investigating a fatal shooting at a Hog farm near Souris in North Central North Dakota. More>>

Sentence Amended in Murder Case

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Charges were amended in court today for a Minot woman accused of killing her three-month-old daughter. More>>

Minot PD Dealing with ISIS Threat Video included

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An international terror group known as the Islamic State, or ISIS has released an internet 'Hit List'. More>>

Today at the Legislature - March 24

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A bill regarding rail safety has been halted in the House... for a second time. More>>

Low Income Kids ASPIRE

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Growing up and deciding what to do with your life can be hard for anyone, but especially for those who coming from low-income families that are living with a disability. More>>

National Nutrition Month Video included

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We are coming to the end of national nutrition month, and to make sure those who've changed to healthier habits in March stay on the right track, dietitians at Trinity Hospital are offering some tips. More>>

Eating Disorders Video included

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When Troy Roness appeared on the Dr. Phil show, he didn't think he had an eating disorder. More>>

The Number of Active Drilling Rigs in North Dakota Reaches Five-Year Low Video included

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North Dakota's Department of Mineral Resources reports 100 active drilling rigs as of today.  This is down from 197 on the same day last year, and down about 54% from the all-time high. More>>

Housing Opportunities Expand in Downtown Bismarck Video included

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Housing is a hot topic in downtown Bismarck and in the heart of the city, more living opportunities are in the works.


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Reconsideration of Rail Safety Bill Debated in the House Video included

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A bill regarding rail safety gets halted in the House for a second time... More>>

Lawmakers Discuss Resolution Relating to Sexual Assault on College Campuses Video included

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A resolution to study policies and procedures related to sexual assault on college campuses makes its way through the North Dakota Senate... More>>

Update: Bottineau County Shooting

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Authorities are investigating a report of a fatal shooting this morning at a hog farm in Bottineau County in north-central North Dakota. More>>

Roof Collapses on Old Building in Willow City

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The roof collapsed on the old Hardware Store building in Willow City last night. More>>

ND Dept. of Health Recognizes World TB Day Video included

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The Department of Health is also recognizing World TB Day today. More>>

Man guilty of three GSI's fighting extradition

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A Garrison man wanted for raping a girl under the age of fifteen is in custody in Arizona. More>>

Williams County Asks for Help Identifying Suspect

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The Williams County Sheriff's Department is asking for help identifying and locating a suspect involved in a string of crimes. More>>

ND Dept. of Health Encourages Residents to Take Diabetes Risk Test

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Over 190,000 North Dakotans are currently at risk for developing Diabetes, that's why the Department of Health is urging residents to starting living a healthier lifestyle. More>>

A Sweet Celebration at Shiloh Christian Video included

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Things are getting extra sticky at Shiloh Christian in Bismarck. More>>

Williams County looking for theft suspect

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The Williams County Sheriff's Office is asking for assistance from the community.
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Power Lifter Gets Unexpected Surprise Days Before Relentless Competition Video included

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Power lifter Mike Silbernagel does his best to set an example for the athletes he trains.Both in athletics and in his actions.What he doesn't know is that students are following in his footsteps closer than ever. More>>

Shooting in Bottineau

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The Bottineau Sheriff's Office is on scene of a shooting near the town of Souris. More>>

Explosion rocks Mexico City hospital

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MEXICO CITY-- A powerful gas tank truck explosion shattered a maternity and children's hospital in Mexico City on Thursday, killing at least three adults and one baby and injuring dozens. 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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  • Bismarck Man Makes Art With Recycled Items

    Bismarck Man Makes Art With Recycled Items

    Monday, April 28 2014 3:23 PM EDT2014-04-28 19:23:22 GMT
    Many people dream of being their own boss. Some are just afraid of the risk of being self employed. Ben Smith has the story about a man who took that risk to make a living doing what he loves.Chris Thomas can make something out of nothing."There's nothing better than getting a new pile of junk you haven't used before and turning it into something." He uses materials from used gas tanks, old forks, and even garden tools--he uses his skills "If it's iron I can weld to it." to turn useless junk ...
    Many people dream of being their own boss. Some are just afraid of the risk of being self employed. Ben Smith has the story about a man who took that risk to make a living doing what he loves.Chris Thomas can make something out of nothing."There's nothing better than getting a new pile of junk you haven't used before and turning it into something." He uses materials from used gas tanks, old forks, and even garden tools--he uses his skills "If it's iron I can weld to it." to turn useless junk ...
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  • Tennis Practice Underway for Majettes

    Tennis Practice Underway for Majettes

    Monday, March 30 2015 11:49 PM EDT2015-03-31 03:49:59 GMT
    After being hit hard by graduation and losing one of their up and coming players to a transfer, the Minot High Majettes tennis team will have a number of holes to fill this year.
    After being hit hard by graduation and losing one of their up and coming players to a transfer, the Minot High Majettes tennis team will have a number of holes to fill this year.
  • Knights to Open Golf Season Next Week

    Knights to Open Golf Season Next Week

    Monday, March 30 2015 11:45 PM EDT2015-03-31 03:45:05 GMT
    The Our Redeemer's Knights boys golf team is hoping it can pick up where it left off last season. 
    The Our Redeemer's Knights boys golf team is hoping it can pick up where it left off last season. 
  • Century Girls Soccer Looking to Get Back to State Championship

    Century Girls Soccer Looking to Get Back to State Championship

    Monday, March 30 2015 8:40 PM EDT2015-03-31 00:40:04 GMT
    We showed you some high school baseball from this past weekend, but they're not the only Spring sport to get going this week. Soccer is also back in action!The Century girls team hit the field today to start practicing for their first game against St. Mary's next week. The coaches and players say they usually practice inside for the first few weeks, but since the weather has been so nice they are starting outside right away. The Patriots lost in the state championship game last year, but they...
    We showed you some high school baseball from this past weekend, but they're not the only Spring sport to get going this week. Soccer is also back in action!The Century girls team hit the field today to start practicing for their first game against St. Mary's next week. The coaches and players say they usually practice inside for the first few weeks, but since the weather has been so nice they are starting outside right away. The Patriots lost in the state championship game last year, but they...
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