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Summer Storms Threaten Car Dealerships

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When a storm is headed our way, most of us are able to find a place to park our car to protect it..But car dealerships have hundreds of vehicles they need to take care of. More>>

Woman Assaults Roommate, Causes Hotel to be Evacuated

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America's Best Value Inn in Bismarck is evacuated after a woman assaults another with pepper spray and a tazer. More>>

Ranchers Pay Checks Drive Equipment Sales

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Record high cattle prices aren't just good news for ranchers, but for those also selling the equipment needed to raise those high dollar animals. Ag Reporter Sarah Heinrich takes you to the State Fair for the story.Layne Ankenbauer/ Equipment Picker) "We just sold a baler here this morning."Ranchers getting paid...means it's also pay day for equipment dealers.Layne Ankenbauer is the owner of Equipment Picker in Kenmare.He says trailer sales have been hot, as well as post hole pounders.(Layne ... More>>

Chemical Fire to Burn Itself Out in Williston

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A fire in east Williston has closed Highway 1804 and forced officials to recommend the evacuation of a half-mile area surrounding Red River Supply in east Williston. More>>

Man Last Seen in Killdeer Found by GPS

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A man reported missing by Dunn County has been found.Jared Holloway had been missing since Friday evening. More>>

Fatal Accident Near Towner

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A Towner man was killed in the rollover of his pickup on a McHenry County road Sunday. More>>

Water Meeting is Wednesday

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The slow process of getting Missouri River water to north-central North Dakota takes an important step Wednesday. More>>

Fair Attendance Update Video included

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Attendance through the first three days of the North Dakota State Fair is lagging a bit behind last year's pace. More>>

Pride of Dakota Day Video included

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The North Dakota State Fair showcases the talents of this state in many ways, that's why today the fair wanted to take time to promote "Pride of Dakota" products. More>>

Food Drive at Fair Video included

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We've got some more food to talk about, but this time it's for donating. More>>

Who's Who: Dairy Booth Fundraisers Video included

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Thousands of people are walking the fairgrounds this week --- and thousands of dollars are exchanging hands. More>>

Eye on Energy: Bottineau County Oil Video included

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Bottineau County is the 11th top producing oil county in North Dakota. More>>

Bringing the Ranch to the Fairgrounds Video included

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Just because it's fair time doesn't mean the work on the farm stops...it just relocates for many kids. More>>

Littering Continues to be an Issue Along River Video included

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As the beach crowds with visitors, it's also populated by the things people leave behind. More>>

Distance is a Concern for Bismarck Rural Fire Dept. Video included

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In just the past couple of weeks,two homes have been destroyed by fire just outside of Bismarck. More>>

47th Hepatitis-C Case Confirmed

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A 47th person has been diagnosed with Hepatitis-C related to the outbreak in Minot. More>>

Woman Faces Eleven Felonies after Latest Child Abuse or Neglect Charge

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A 30-year-old Bismarck woman faces multiple charges after police found her passed out in the bathroom while she was taking care of two children. More>>

Fatal Crash Near Towner

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A Towner man was killed in the rollover of his pickup on a McHenry County road early Sunday. More>>

Fire Destroys Home in Hogue Island Video included

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A home in Hogue Island North West of Bismarck goes up in flames his afternoon. More>>

Midwest Dueling Pianos Video included

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The North Dakota State Fair is known for it's live country and rock music, but this year, fair-goers have the opportunity to hear any of their favorite songs by request - on two pianos.The Midwest Dueling pianos is a group of 14 pianists with the unique ability to hear songs on the radio, and be able to play them by ear on the piano.They travel around the country all year to perform at fairs, baseball games, weddings, and more.The pair that spent the weekend at the ND state fair says that ent... More>>

Downtown Infrastructure Milestone Video included

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It is a project 100 years coming... that's how old some of the underground infrastructure is in downtown Minot.In order to update and upgrade sewage pipes, water mains and the like, Project Manager Dave O'Shea has embarked on the biggest project of his career.The project is so big in fact, that Houston Engineering has enlisted the help of M.W.H. Americas, who has had associates all over the United State working on plans for the last 9 months.The 26-city-block, 25 Million Dollar PLUS project h... More>>

Who's Who at the Fair: Shovel Carriers Video included

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Horses are a parade favorite.But having about 50 horses walking the two main streets in Minot --- requires an extra clean up crew.Tonight in 'Who's Who at the Fair,' Jennifer Kleen introduces us to the volunteers bringing up the rear.The thing about dirty jobs: we're all grateful when someone else is willing.(Jayden Hausauser, Big Muddy Bandits Rodeo Drill Team) "We didn't have enough hands and I'm a non-riding member so I got nominated to be the pooper scooper, along with two other people."S... More>>

Bismarck Mounted Police Train at Fort Lincoln Video included

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This weekend, the Bismarck Mounted Police have been working in the heat with a trainer from Minnesota to teach their horses and riders an important skill. More>>

In Bismarck For Good

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As any one who goes to school can tell you, summer is the best time of year.  But while many young people spend this time going on vacation or going to summer camp, one group from Bismarck Community Church is rolling up their sleeves and getting to work. More>>

Frisbee Dogs Video included

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Going to work every day to spend time with your family - that includes 11 dogs - sounded like the perfect career to Jeff Wright and his wife, so they made it happen.The Wrights traveled all the way to the North Dakota State fair from Kentucky to show us Northerners what they do.The couple has spent the last 4 years traveling the country with their rescued dogs, to entertain audiences with their frisbee tricks.Crowds gathered at the state fair today to watch these dogs leap higher than 6 feet ... More>>

Burlington Mobile Home Fire Video included

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A fire west of Burlington claimed one family home this morning.Burlington and Minot Rural Fire Departments were called out around 11:30 for a mobile home fire located west of Highway 2 and 52 --- just before the highways split.Minot Rural Fire Assistant Chief,Rob Knuth says the family was home at the time of the fire but no injuries were reported.The Mid-Dakota Chapter of the American Red Cross has been contacted to assist the family.The Red Cross also delivered food and water to the crews wh... More>>

New Vein Surgery Trinity Video included

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Trinity Health estimates 30 million Americans suffer from varicose veins, but only about 2 million of them seek treatment.So last week they began providing a new radio wave procedure in hopes the less invasive procedure brings in more patients.It involves inserting a flexible tube into the diseased vein, then the vein is sealed shut, and blood re-routes into healthier veins.The procedure's name is Venefit Targeted Endovenous Therapy and it may be more affordable than you think.(Sidhar Naidu, ... More>>

Zombie Walk in New Town Video included

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What happens if a zombie catches you?If you're in the Zombie Walk in New Town, you turn into a zombie who helps raise moneyfor the local Boys and Girls Club.The group held a Zombie Walk at the Edgewater Golf Course in New Town this week.More than 250 people participated by walking or running the course - and trying to avoid the zombies who were lurking along the path.The walkers and runners wore belts with streamers attached - and if a zombie grabbed a streamer, the walker or runner became a ... More>>

Who's Who at the Fair: Parade of Kids Video included

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More than 220 floats traveled the North Dakota State Fair parade route this morning --- lasting about four hours from beginning to end.Restaurants, politicians and emergency services were creeping down the black top --- but in the wings, young and old alike stood by with waves and smiles.Jennifer Kleen talked to some of the youngest of those fair-goers for tonight's 'Who's Who at the Fair.'It may have been slow moving, but with the destination ahead, the journey was part of the fun.The parade... More>>

New Artist of the Month at Gallery 522 Video included

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Local Bismarck Painter Steve Schilling is artist of the month at Gallery 522.  Schilling held a reception today and put 23 pieces up on display. More>>

Woman Found Passed Out with Kids and Drugs

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A 30-year-old Bismarck woman faces multiple charges after police find her passed out in the bathroom while she was taking care of 2 children.Po More>>

Family Rocket Day at Gateway to Science Video included

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Kids and their parents come together today to learn about science and blast off their home made rockets..Good evening, I'm Macy Egeland.. Thanks for joining us tonight.Kids from across Bismarck are taking a unique approach at learning about science.Today was Family Rocket day at the Gateway to Science learning center.Ben Smith talks to one aspiring scientist about why taking the learning experience outside of the classroom can be a blast.Although its summer, and its a Saturday, these kids are... More>>

Woman Injured on Fair Ride Video included

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A young woman was injured on a carnival ride at the fair today.woman - in her early 20s - was on the Kamikaze ride…it turns upside down in a forward circle. More>>

First Day at the Fair Video included

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The State Fair brings people back year after year with attractions like the 4-H and FFA entries - more than 40-thousand of them - and the big name entertainment - such as Lady Antebellum - the group playing tonight at the grandstand. More>>

Lady Antebellum Concert

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Another big draw a the North Dakota State Fair is the musical entertainment. More>>

Council Hires Staab Video included

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The city of Minot officially has a new city manager. More>>

Leith Celebrates 105th Birthday Video included

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A small town with a troubled past now has a reason to celebrate.  Leith, North Dakota will hold an event this weekend in honor of its 105th birthday. More>>

Animals Keep Cool at the Dakota Zoo Video included

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It's a hot day for humans, but it can be even hotter for the furry friends at the Dakota Zoo. More>>

Food Frenzy Video included

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Each year a handful of food vendors debut a little something new for fair-goers to try here... More>>

Food Booth Inspections at Fair Video included

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Whether it's mini donuts or footlongs, many people take time to sample the food when they're at the State Fair. More>>

NDSF Who's Who: Benno Brothers Video included

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This year we're meet the people that make the state fair possible -- everyone from the clean up crew to you -- as the fair-goer. More>>

Master Gardener Shares his Passion for Plants Video included

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The 20th Annual Garden Walk is coming up and we found one man that is going above and beyond with his floral masterpiece. More>>

Bismarck Man Charged With Dealing Heroin Video included

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A 55-year-old Bismarck man is charged with taking and dealing heroin. More>>

Reminders When Out in the Heat Video included

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Well the heat haters aren't going to be fans of this weekend's forecast. Hot weather is here and looks like it will be sticking around through next week. More>>

Around Town 7-18 Video included

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Most people are excited to hear of new retail stores coming to the area. And it looks like there will be a few more. More>>

Murder Trial Delayed Video included

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A man charged with murder in connection with a homicide near Fort Yates has a new trial date. More>>

Frustrated Fliers Video included

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Travelers trying to fly Allegiant Airlines this morning had a frustrating time. More>>

Bismarck Parks and Rec Gears Up for National Softball Competition Video included

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The Bismarck Parks District gears up for its 12th national amateur softball association championship. More>>

North Dakotans Debate Pipeline Flowmeters Video included

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Some residents say flowmeters on saltwater pipelines could have prevented last week's million gallon spill. More>>

Trinity Issues Hepatitis C Response Video included

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Could the Hepatitis C outbreak in Minot have been spread intentionally?A Trinity Health Vice President says it's a plausible scenario, an investigation he says Trinity has encouraged since day one. More>>

State Fair Ribbon Cutting Video included

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The North Dakota State Fair officially begins its nine-day run tomorrow in Minot.But this afternoon, there was a special ceremony to kick things off early. More>>

Taylor on Oil Development Video included

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The Democrat who wants to unseat Republican Doug Goehring as Ag Commissioner says the state needs to do a better job of protecting farmers and ranchers as oil development continues. More>>

Grenora School Bond Approved Video included

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Schools all around the Bakken region of North Dakota are experiencing a rapid expansion. More>>

Fielding a Flood Recovery Video included

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More than three years removed from the Mouse River flood, a big part of Burlington is finally ready for the sound of kids once again. More>>

Business Beat 7-17-14 Video included

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A multi billion dollar deal has created a new top company in the Bakken.Whiting Petroleum Corporation has come to terms with Kodiak Oil and Gas on a deal for 3.8 billion dollars. More>>

NDSF Who's Who: Family Affair Video included

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Vendors are applying the final touches to concession stands down the midway before the North Dakota State Fair opens for business tomorrow. More>>

Bismarck Public School Administrators Want Your Input Video included

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Bismarck Public Schools recently released a survey asking the community - "What will students need to know and do when today's kindergarteners graduate in 2027?" More>>

Mandan Man Charged in Connection to Fight and Robbery Outside of Bismarck Walmart

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A 26-year-old Mandan man is charged with robbery in connection to a fight outside of south Walmart in Bismarck. More>>

Durr Pleads Not Guilty in Federal Prostitution Case

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A Wisconsin man charged in connection to a prostitution case enters his plea in federal court. More>>

North Dakota Game and Fish Department Head Answers to Unfavorable State Audit Video included

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A state legislative committee hears testimony from the head of the Game and Fish Department about a 38 page report detailing mistakes in areas including how they reimburse employees, how they handle sensitive information, and how they keep track of guns used for hunter education. More>>

New City Manager Discusses Job Video included

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The man chosen to become Minot's new city manager says his 20-plus years in the military have helped prepare him for the challenges the city faces. More>>

Bismarck-Mandan MPO Asks Locals for Transportation Suggestions Video included

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The Bismarck-Mandan Metropolitan Planning Organization develops a Long Range Transportation Plan. More>>

Bismarck Comic Fans Celebrate the Life of Archie Video included

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Comic book fans of all ages say goodbye to a special friend at Action Jackson Comics in Downtown Bismarck. More>>

New Apartments Come at a Price Video included

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From oil country to now the Capital City.  Many people living in North Dakota say the cost of living for apartment renters is through the roof. More>>

Monitoring the Building Boom Video included

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New residential and commercial construction sites have been popping up all over the Bakken oilfield for the past five years. More>>

Governor Talks Taxes With County Auditors Video included

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"This is not easy."That's how Governor Jack Dalrymple described the effort to re-vamp the state's property tax system. More>>

Disposing of Chemicals Video included

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Properly disposing of outdated or banned chemicals like pesticides can be costly and dangerous. More>>

Church Project Hits Milestone Video included

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The congregations of Christ Lutheran and Augustana Lutheran Churches watched the waters of the Mouse creep up their foundations and into their sanctuaries three years ago. More>>

Eye on Agriculture: Watching Disease and Pests Video included

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Plenty of moisture the last few years has led to some higher instances of disease and pests to deal with for producers in the region. More>>

NDSF Who's Who: KX Engineer Trent Video included

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The North Dakota State Fair is only days away and set up activity is in full swing. More>>

Commercial Development Increases in Bismarck/Mandan Video included

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Dozens of new businesses are set to be developed already this year. More>>

"Does North Dakota Exist?" Video included

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This summer, we celebrate North Dakota's 125th birthday..But we recently found something online that proves many people wonder about the state. More>>

Keeping Beef on the Grill Video included

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No meat sizzles more in the summer than beef. More>>

Several Tools Stolen in Bismarck

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A 77-year-old Bismarck man tells police someone stole over $1,300 worth of his tools. More>>

Police Seek Stolen Vehicle

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Bismarck Police are looking for your help in finding a stolen vehicle. More>>

One of the Largest Pelican Colonies in the Country Video included

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Out here in the North Dakota prairie, life is quiet. More>>

Kenmare Cookfest Celebrates Oil Video included

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For every 100 barrels of oil in the ground, the best technology of today will recover only about 6-8 of those barrels of oil. More>>

Grenora School Bond Passes

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Voters in the Grenora School District said yes to a 9.95 million dollar bond for school improvements Tuesday evening. More>>

Protecting the Soil Video included

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Today, 50 representatives from 6 countries, made a visit to Willow City so that they could see and experience the benefits of no-till farming. More>>

Democrat Attorney General Candidate Video included

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The latest crime statistics report is fueling the campaign for the Democratic candidate for North Dakota Attorney General. More>>

Teachers Learn About Farming

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Some teachers from around the state are spending part of their summer vacation learning about farming. More>>

Garden Donations Video included

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North Dakota is the number one producer in the country of over a dozen different crops. More>>

Bismarck Woman Faces Child Neglect and Drug Charges Video included

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A Bismarck woman faces drug and child abuse charges following an investigation at her home. More>>

ND 2013 Crime Stats Video included

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In 2013, overall crime in North Dakota has gone up by 5.5% More>>

BNSF Conducts Railroad Maintenance Throughout Summer Video included

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BNSF is in full-swing this summer working to ensure their railroads are safe. More>>

River Road Closes Due to Railroad Maintenance Video included

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With construction projects come those dreaded detours...and it's no different when crews are repairing the railroads. More>>

Bismarck Residents React to Crime Report Video included

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We spoke to several long-time residents of Bismarck and asked if an increase in crime the past few years has changed their way of life. More>>

Bismarck High has a New Principal Video included

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Bismarck High School will start the new school year with a new principal. More>>

HPV Vaccination Rates Low in North Dakota Video included

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The state of North Dakota struggles to get children and teens immunized against HPV. More>>

City Manager Selected Video included

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The committee charged with finding a new city manager for Minot has made its choice.  Following two days of meetings and interviews, committee members voted to enter contract negotiations with Lee Staab. 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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  • Chemical Fire to Burn Itself Out in Williston

    Chemical Fire to Burn Itself Out in Williston

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 11:57 AM EDT2014-07-22 15:57:55 GMT
    A fire in east Williston has closed Highway 1804 and forced officials to recommend the evacuation of a half-mile area surrounding Red River Supply in east Williston.
    A fire in east Williston has closed Highway 1804 and forced officials to recommend the evacuation of a half-mile area surrounding Red River Supply in east Williston.
  • Fatal Accident Near Towner

    Fatal Accident Near Towner

    Monday, July 21 2014 8:13 PM EDT2014-07-22 00:13:58 GMT
    A Towner man was killed in the rollover of his pickup on a McHenry County road Sunday.
    A Towner man was killed in the rollover of his pickup on a McHenry County road Sunday.
  • Water Meeting is Wednesday

    Water Meeting is Wednesday

    Monday, July 21 2014 8:06 PM EDT2014-07-22 00:06:48 GMT
    The slow process of getting Missouri River water to north-central North Dakota takes an important step Wednesday.
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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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  • End comes for notorious Venezuelan vertical slum

    End comes for notorious Venezuelan vertical slum

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 5:21 PM EDT2014-07-22 21:21:18 GMT
    The first of thousands of squatters who transformed a half-built skyscraper into a vertical slum were moved out by armed police and soldiers Tuesday, marking the beginning of the end for the Tower of David's...
    The first of thousands of squatters who transformed a half-built skyscraper into a vertical slum were moved out by armed soldiers Tuesday, marking the beginning of the end for the Tower of David's haphazard community.
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    US: No evidence of direct Russian link to plane

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 5:13 PM EDT2014-07-22 21:13:36 GMT
    The Obama administration said Tuesday it would present data from the U.S. intelligence community laying out what's known about the Malaysia Airlines plane that was shot down in Ukraine.
    Senior U.S. intelligence officials say they have no evidence of direct Russian government involvement in the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17.
  • Plane crash bodies removed from war zone

    Plane crash bodies removed from war zone

    Tuesday, July 22 2014 5:13 PM EDT2014-07-22 21:13:13 GMT
    A train bearing the bodies of the people who died in the Malaysia Airlines crash arrived in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv on Wednesday on their way to the Netherlands.
    A train bearing the dead from the downed Malaysian airliner reached Ukrainian government-held territory at long last Tuesday, but the pro-Russian separatists in control of the crash site showed little willingness to allow...
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  • Man Running Perimeter of U.S.

    Man Running Perimeter of U.S.

    Monday, July 21 2014 9:41 PM EDT2014-07-22 01:41:01 GMT
    At 64 years old--David Kuhn--is running his way around the perimeter of the United States-- approximately 11,000 miles--a trip many runners can only dream of making.Ashley St. Louis tells us more about the Challenges that Kuhn faces along his trek.34 states in approximately 19 months---that's the goal for this grandfather--who is running to raise awareness for a cause that is close to his heart. " I have a 12 year old grand daughter that has cystic fibrosis and within the past 8 moths or so h...
    At 64 years old--David Kuhn--is running his way around the perimeter of the United States-- approximately 11,000 miles--a trip many runners can only dream of making.Ashley St. Louis tells us more about the Challenges that Kuhn faces along his trek.34 states in approximately 19 months---that's the goal for this grandfather--who is running to raise awareness for a cause that is close to his heart. " I have a 12 year old grand daughter that has cystic fibrosis and within the past 8 moths or so h...
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    Friday, July 18 2014 11:51 PM EDT2014-07-19 03:51:52 GMT
    Wrestlers in Bismarck get a visit from a former Olympian.
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