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BSC Holds Class in the Pool Video included

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Today, students at BSC had class in a pool as they learned how to survive in stressful aquatic situations. More>>

Rape Case in Court Video included

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A Williston man accused of three felonies in connection with an alleged rape was in court in Stanley today. More>>

Trial Date Set in Rape Case

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A trial date has been set for a Minot man accused of raping a teenaged girl. More>>

Alco Stores Closing Video included

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Several towns in North Dakota will soon lose a shopping option. Alco stores are closing across the central United States as part of a bankruptcy ruling. More>>

ND Schools National Ranking

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A national group has ranked North Dakota very low for education policy, giving the state a grade "D." But local educators say it's not based on reality. More>>

Eye on Agriculture: Storage Issues Video included

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Winter is grain moving time in North Dakota.It's when farmers often send their crops on to the local elevator and off to market. More>>

Senior Center Prepares Holiday Events Video included

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Tomorrow is a day traditionally to give thanks..And for 45 years now the Minot Air Force Base has shown their thanks to the community for supporting the base and its people. More>>

New LED Street Lights Turn On In Bismarck Video included

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Some Bismarck neighborhoods are a little brighter thanks to new LED street lights. More>>

Study to Determine North Dakota's Ability to Respond to Emergencies Video included

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A study will measure North Dakota's ability to respond to accidents involving crude oil. More>>

Criminal Case Moves Forward in North Dakota Radioactive Waste Case Video included

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Investigators now know the names of five people directly connected to the largest illegal dumping of radioactive waste in state history. More>>

Stores Prepare for Holiday Shopping Season Video included

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The exact time Black Friday kicks off is kind of gray. Many stores are set to open early on Thanksgiving...while others won't open until Friday. More>>

Company Fined Over Radioactive Waste Dumping

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Investigators now know the names of five people directly connected to the largest illegal dumping of radioactive waste in state history. More>>

Staying Safe While Traveling This Thanksgiving Video included

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The holidays are well-known as the busiest travel time of the year across the nation..Here in North Dakota-- interstates, highways, and airports get busier every year. More>>

Man charged with child neglect and reckless endangerment Video included

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36 year old Demond Brooks of Mandan has been charged for child neglect and reckless endangerment. More>>

Two People Injured in Head-On Collision South of Mandan Video included

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Two people are injured and a section of Highway Six south of Mandan gets shut down for two hours. More>>

MDU Buys North Dakota Wind Farm

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Montana-Dakota Utilities Co. announced it has signed an agreement to purchase a wind farm in southwestern North Dakota. More>>

Cancer Center Gets Donation

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More than $34,000 was raised in October's "Pretty in Pink Masquerade Ball" during Breast Cancer Awareness month. More>>

Biggest Shopping Weekend of the Year Video included

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After the turkey trimmings and before the tree trimming is a holiday that comes just once a year. More>>

Man Shoots Sprinkler, Floods Apartment

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Mandan police report that a man took a shot at a sprinkler in his apartment which caused the system to go off and flood his apartment. More>>

Bismarck Police Officers Go Through Bias Training Before Sworn In Video included

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Bismarck police sergeant Mark Buschena says officers go through bias training before they are sworn in as officers... More>>

Bismarck Police Respond to Weather-Related Accidents Video included

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In Bismarck city limits police have been busy responding to weather-related accidents all day. More>>

Minot Family Honored for Adoption History Video included

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Each year, 150 foster and adoption families from across the nation are recognized through with the Angels in Adoption award. More>>

Small Business Saturday

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We're in the spirit of collaborating, not competing. More>>

Garrison Gearing up for Dickens Festival

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The town of Garrison will be taking a leap-back in time this Christmas, to the late 1800s. More>>

Medals Awarded to Veterans Video included

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Three North Dakota veterans, that either served in WWII or the Gulf War, finally received honorary combat medals this afternoon at the Ward County Courthouse for their service while overseas. More>>

#kxcares Food Pantry: Pierce County Video included

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The season for traditional feasts is here.So it can be an especially difficult time for those struggling to put food on the table. More>>

PSC Says Proposed EPA Regulations 'Devastating' for North Dakota Video included

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The North Dakota Public Service Comission says a proposed carbon emission regulation plan by the EPA would be devastating for North Dakota. More>>

82 Cats taken from Lankin woman's home Video included

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More than 80 cats are dead after authorities found them in a home in Lankin, North Dakota.. More>>

Dickinson Man Sentenced in Child Pornography Case Video included

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A Dickinson man is sentenced on a child pornography charge. More>>

20 Calves Go Missing South of Napoleon Video included

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A family south of Napoleon is shocked after 20 calves have gone missing from their farm.Last month, the Weigel's were weaning their calves from their cows and realized they were gone.Macy Egeland and Photojournalist Thomas Palanuk speak with the family about what they're doing to get the animals back. More>>

Dickens Festival Ready to Go Video included

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The town of Garrison will be taking a leap back in time this Christmas, to somewhere in the late 18 hundreds.  More>>

FBI Investigating Suspicious Death in Ft. Yates Video included

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Kyle Loven says the victim is an adult male who died on Saturday night in Ft. Yates.  He says both the FBI and Bureau of Indian Affairs are looking into the death, believed to be suspicious. More>>

Two Officially Charged after Leaving Children in a Vehicle While They Drank Inside a Bar

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Two people are arrested after leaving children unattended in a running vehicle while they were in a bar. More>>

Governor Dalrymple's Statement on New York Times Articles on Oil Boom

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North Dakota makes national headlines for its oil boom. More>>

Supaman Comes To Bismarck Video included

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A Native American hip-hop artist inspires young people in Bismarck. More>>

Attorney General Addresses University System's Open Records Law Violation Video included

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The North Dakota Attorney General says the state university system violated the state's open records law when it asked people to leave a meeting in July. More>>

Startup Churches Look for Available Space Video included

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We talked about new startup churches in the Bismarck-Mandan community. While these worship centers are bringing in new people...they still face many challenges. More>>

ND Income Tax Rate Bill Video included

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How'd you like your state income tax rate to be zero? More>>

Fatal Accident on Highway 2

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Authorities say a 61 year old Utah man died in a crash on Highway 2, three miles west of Stanley Friday morning. More>>

Jessica Jensen Murder Case Update Video included

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The trial for a Kenmare woman accused of starving her teenaged son to death continues to be pushed back. More>>

Students Stock Food Pantries

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A goal was set and then reached by students at Minot Central Campus. More>>

Eye on Energy: Berthold Elevator and Enbridge Video included

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It's a partnership between North Dakota's two largest industries--agriculture and oil.  More>>

ND Ranks #1 for Biggest Spending Video included

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Our state has topped the list of yet another national survery..North Dakota has been named the number one biggest spending state in the nation. More>>

North Dakota Attorney General Issues Cease and Desist Order Against Texas Telemarketer Video included

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Texas telemarketer France Carrasco is banned from conducting business in North Dakota. More>>

Growing Community Brings Startup Churches Video included

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The population growth in Bismarck-Mandan brings new places to worship. More>>

Long X Bridge Re-Opens

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The North Dakota Department of Transportation has opened the Long X Bridge south of Watford City to one lane of traffic. More>>

Woman charged with starving her son to death back in court Video included

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The trial date for a Kenmare woman accused of starving her teenaged son to death continues to be pushed back. More>>

Man Arrested for Threatening Roommate with Butcher Knife Video included

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A 37-year-old Bismarck man is behind bars this afternoon for allegedly threatening his roommate with a butcher knife. More>>

North Dakota Outdoors

Hunters Against Hunger

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Deer hunters can help feed the hungry this holiday season without writing a check or donating meat. Tom Jensen explains in this week's segment of North Dakota Outdoors…Deer hunters are a resourceful bunch…the meat is used of course…trophy antlers go on the wall..even the hides are put to good use…George: "We started collecting hides in 1988, this was part of a statewide collective effort that was put on by the Hides for Habitat."The funds generated from the Hides for Habitat program went most... More>>

A century-old holiday tradition of the "Messiah" continues in Minot.

Messiah" Tradition Continues

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A century-old holiday tradition of the "Messiah" continues in Minot. The Minot State University choir, the Heritage singers, and the Voices of note invite anyone in the community to join in the performance.The first rehearsal took place this afternoon at MSU's Ann Nicole Nelson Hall. Singers of all ages must attend two rehearsals in order to take part in the final performance. The "Messiah" performance is free and open to the public, but free-will donations are accepted, with proceeds going t... More>>

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

Cattle Conference Comes to Minot

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From preparing for a falling cattle market to caring for the land, ranchers have a chance to learn about it all.The North Dakota Grazing Lands Coalition is hosting a Winter Conference in Minot next month filled with expertise and variety. Some of the highlights include a rancher from Mississippi with more than 75 years of experience in the cattle industry sharing marketing and management strategies ... While another local producer will share his story of ranching in the heart of oil country. ... More>>

One of the largest organizations of North Dakota's biggest industry is talking everything farm related this weekend.

ND Farmers Union

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One of the largest organizations of North Dakota's biggest industry is talking everything farm related this weekend.Hundreds of farmers, ranchers and rural community leaders from all over the state came together in Fargo for the 88th annual North Dakota Farmer's Union Convention... Congressman Kevin Cramer stopped by to discuss policy and the industry's economic impact. Cramer says he hopes to address the needs of farmers with his new position on the Energy and Commerce Committee.Cramer says,... More>>

Christmas Craft Show Wraps Up Video included

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Thousands of people came out for the final day of the Christmas Craft fair at the Bismarck Civic Center this afternoon. More>>

The number of flights taking off from the Minot International Airport has jumped nearly five-fold in the past several years.

New Airport Parking

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The number of flights taking off from the Minot International Airport has jumped nearly five-fold in the past several years.And along with rising passenger counts, the facility's parking lots have been overrun with cars and trucks.That has caused inconvenience and some long hikes for people trying to park their cars and use the growing airport.Now, to help create more parking room - and just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday flying season - the airport is opening up more than 500 brand new... More>>

Give a Can, Break a Rule Video included

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

Huff Hills Earliest Opening in History Video included

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Recent cold weather has kick-started a couple winter sports a little early this year. More>>

4 People Killed in Sisseton Shooting Video included

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

UTTC Winter Market Video included

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

Christmas Art and Craft Fair at Bismarck Civic Center Video included

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

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

4 people shot in South Dakota

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

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

State says no to EPA proposal

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

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

Fall Preview Day at MSU

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

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

Sons of Norway Bazaar

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

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

Long X Bridge Closed

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

10pm State Volleyball Highlights 11-21 Video included

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State Volleyball Highlights More>>

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

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

Semi Tears Through Lawn, Barely Misses House Video included

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

State Chamber Leader on Legislature Video included

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

State Helps Townships With Flood Repairs Video included

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

Dinner and Auction Organized for Injured Rock Climber

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

Virtual Rehab Machine Helps Patient Video included

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

Arrest in Bank Robbery

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

Freezin' for a Reason Video included

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

Local Gas Stations Make a Change Video included

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

Thick Ice Brings the Anglers Out Early Video included

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

Around Town 11-21 Video included

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

Ag Careers 4 U App Video included

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

Number of Corn Acres a Concern for 2015 Video included

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

Operation Christmas Child Video included

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

The Banquet Serves Hundreds Thanksgiving Dinner Video included

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

Arrests Made in Burglaries Video included

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

Rape Case Moves On Video included

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

Arkansas Man Killed in Rollover

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

Great American Smokeout Video included

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

Missouri River Stakeholders Meet in Bismarck Video included

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

Business Beat - November 20th, 2014 Video included

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

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

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

Students Make Blankets for Teens in Foster Care Video included

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

Homelessness 101 Video included

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

Bismarck Man Charged after Sending Teen Girl Nude Photos

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

Minot Shooting Wounds Two

Minot Shooting Wounds Two

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

Minot Shooting Leaves Two in the Hospital Video included

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

Manhunt Ends in Arrest of Murder Suspect Video included

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

Helping Ranchers Purchase the Right Animal Video included

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

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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  • Rape Case in Court

    Rape Case in Court

    Wednesday, November 26 2014 8:03 PM EST2014-11-27 01:03:36 GMT
    A Williston man accused of three felonies in connection with an alleged rape was in court in Stanley today.
    A Williston man accused of three felonies in connection with an alleged rape was in court in Stanley today.
  • Trial Date Set in Rape Case

    Trial Date Set in Rape Case

    Wednesday, November 26 2014 8:03 PM EST2014-11-27 01:03:03 GMT
    A trial date has been set for a Minot man accused of raping a teenaged girl.
    A trial date has been set for a Minot man accused of raping a teenaged girl.
  • Alco Stores Closing

    Alco Stores Closing

    Wednesday, November 26 2014 7:54 PM EST2014-11-27 00:54:02 GMT
    Several towns in North Dakota will soon lose a shopping option. Alco stores are closing across the central United States as part of a bankruptcy ruling.
    Several towns in North Dakota will soon lose a shopping option. Alco stores are closing across the central United States as part of a bankruptcy ruling.
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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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