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Woman accused of child neglect after traffic stop

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A 26-year-old Bismarck woman is arrested for child neglect after she's suspected of driving under the influence of drugs.

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20-Year-Old Dies Following Crash in South Bismarck

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A man has died after a pick-up collided with a motorcycle in southwest Bismarck Sunday.

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Bismarck/Dickinson Weather Forecast

Today, hot temperatures back into the upper 80s to lower 90s. A slight chance for a few afternoon storms. 

Tonight, partly cloudy skies with lows dipping into the 50s & 60s. 

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Money Monday: Women and Investing Video included

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"There are a lot of women now who are the main income earner, they are taking control of the finances but there are still several women who have had nothing to do with the financial management in the family, so three out of four women are outliving their spouse, they need to know what's going on," says Jason Naas, financial adviser.

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Zika-Related Birth Defects Video included

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The North Dakota Department of Health has identified two cases of Zika Virus in the state. But will the disease become more common in North Dakota? 

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Minot Home Hit By Gunshot, Two Arrests Made in Case

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Two Minot men are facing charges after an incident involving gunshots where one of the shots hit a home in Minot, although no one was hurt.

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Nightclub shooting in Fort Meyers

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FORT MYERS, Fla. - At least two people were killed and as many as 16 hurt as gunfire broke out at a nightclub here early Monday morning, reports CBS Fort Meyers affiliate WINK-TV.

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Johnny Mangano reports from Philadelphia Eagles training camp

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Only a couple hours until training camp begins for the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Bismarck Pilot Forced to Land Plane Without Landing Gear

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No one was injured after a pilot is forced to make an emergency landing at the Bismarck airport around 6:20 p.m. Sunday. 

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Sunday Sitdown: Tom Gerhardt Talks Opiate Abuse with State-U.S. Attorney Chris Myers

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A dozen people have died from opiate overdoses in Fargo this year--some from the dangerous drug fentanyl. Experts say fentanyl is already in western North Dakota and they want everyone in the community to beware. 

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South Washington Street and Reno Drive Intersection Closed After Motorcycle Accident

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A portion of South Washington and Reno Drive is temporarily closed after an accident between a motorcycle and pickup truck.

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Attendance Slightly Lower at Fair

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Attendance is down a bit through the first two days of the North Dakota State Fair.

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Bismarck Bikers Hold Rally to Support Second Amendment Video included

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The Apathy Original Motorcycle Club hosted a Second Amendment Ride and Rally today. The Rally's proceeds benefits the newly founded Morton County 4-H Shooting Club, which is a club that teaches children about the proper handling and safety of firearms.

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Safety Program Prepares Motorcyclists for the Road

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Tyler  Eggers knows his way around a bike. He grew up around them and has always had a joy for riding. But, he learned quick this safety course wasn't going to be a piece of cake.

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Highway Patrol Investigating Minot Police Vehicle Crash

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The North Dakota Highway Patrol is investigating a crash involving a Minot Police vehicle on Friday afternoon.

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Federal Civil Lawsuit Filed over Minot Officer Involved Shooting

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A man shot by a Minot police officer in 2014 has filed a federal civil lawsuit against the city and an officer.

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Florida Bear Show Comes To State Fair Video included

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It wouldn't be the North Dakota State Fair without plenty of free entertainment to enjoy.

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Attorney Wants Kukowski Removal Effort Ended

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The attorney for embattled Ward County Sheriff Steve Kukowski is calling for an end to the state's attempt to remove him from office.

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Trial Scheduled In Williston Explosives Case

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A man accused of storing stolen explosives, guns and more than 1,100 rounds of ammunition in his Williston home is scheduled to stand trial in the fall on charges that could land him in prison for 50 years.

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After Record Year, 'Fill the Boot' To Return Video included

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Minot firefighters plan to break another record this year. Not in rescues or fires extinguished, but in raising money to fight muscular diseases.

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City Band Conductor Retires After 33 Years Video included

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Minot's City Band finished off another season of concerts last night. And the group's longtime director also finished his career with the baton.

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StreetBeat Brings New Sound To Fair Video included

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Dance and drums are perhaps the oldest forms of entertainment. This year at the North Dakota State Fair, StreetBeat is combining the two for a new look.

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New Food At the Fair Video included

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The first morning of the fair was well spent by those lucky enough to be able to taste and judge all the new food offered this year.

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New Program Teaches Kids How to Build Video included

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The budding builders and future framers create a home of their own on a slightly smaller scale.

 

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Scientists Teach Connection Between Pokemon and History

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Turns out these little guys could teach us a lot about ancient fossils. 

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Glen Ullin Man Killed in Accident

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The North Dakota Highway Patrol reports a 21-year-old Glen Ullin man was killed in a car accident on I-94 Thursday afternoon.

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Crews Responding to Fire at Bison Turf Bar

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Crews are responding to a fire at the Bison Turf at 1211 N University Drive. The first calls came in shortly after 2:15 p.m. to send crews to the fire.

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Former Vikings coach Dennis Green passes away

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The Minnesota Vikings family lost a member of its coaching fraternity today as former head coach Dennis Green passed away at age 67

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Around Town 7/22/16: Expansions, Openings, and Closings

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The north part of Bismarck keeps on growing and shows no signs of stopping. Here's what's opening and expanding in this week's around town.

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Woman Arrested After Kids Found in Unlivable Home

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The officer who filed the police report says the smell of decaying garbage could be smelled from 30 feet away from the home. 

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Stolen Park District Vehicle Found in River

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A Minot Park District vehicle reported stolen on Monday was found in the Mouse River on Thursday.

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World's last VCR to be manufactured this month

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Japan’s Funai Electric, which claims to be the world’s last VCR manufacturer, says it will cease production of the machines this month.

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6 Features of the Vikings new stadium

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WCCO: A stadium project with an estimated price tag at more than $1 billion is not only finished, but it’s done weeks ahead of schedule.

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Man sentenced for fracturing seven-week-old's skull

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West Fargo, ND (WDAY News) - A judge has sentenced a West Fargo man to 90-days in jail on a felony child abuse charge.

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Search for person in Red River called off

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Grand Forks (WDAY/WDAZ TV) - The search for a male seen struggling in the Red River overnight has been called off. Police say they were called to north of the Sorlie Bridge around 1:15 Friday morning.

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10 arrested for possible Olympic attack plan

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CNN- Brazilian police have arrested 10 people suspected of planning terrorist acts during next month's Rio Olympics, Brazil's Justice Ministry said Thursday.

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Police accidentally shot man says union

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(CNN)The police shooting of an African-American caregiver, who was lying in the street trying to help an autism patient, was accidental, according to the local police union representing the North Miami officer.

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Donald Trump offers dark vision of America in convention speech

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On the final night of a convention filled with mishaps -- of the plagiarism, non-endorsement varieties --

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Democrats Release Budget Plan Ahead of Special Session

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Democrats already have a plan prepared for the special session. Today they released a two-and-a-half page rundown that focuses on addiction and mental health services and keeping federal dollars in-house. 

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The history of our highway signs

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After one hundred years...a familiar sign on the highway will soon be replaced.  

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Residents Saddened by Closing of North Dakota Power Plant Video included

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After half a century of operation, North Dakota's Stanton Station will shut down.

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Ribbon Cutting Kicks Off State Fair

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The gates for the Fair don't officially open until seven tomorrow morning. But this afternoon, the Minot Area Chamber of Commerce helped welcome the annual event with a ribbon cutting.

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Clydesdale Horses To Be Featured At State Fair Video included

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The Budweiser Clydesdales will be part of the parade on Saturday, and will make some special trips around the grounds tomorrow.

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Bakken Rocks Cook Fest Travels Western N.D. Video included

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Thousands of people have enjoyed a free barbeque dinner over the past several years courtesy of oil companies in western North Dakota.

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Business Beat: July 21st, 2016 Video included

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Ulteig Engineers, Horsch Machinery, and Badlands Repair are featured this week.

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Ward County Emergency Storm Shelters Video included

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When severe weather is imminent, do you know the safest place to be? If you live in a mobile home or an RV park, the best answer may be a storm shelter.

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TRNP Rangers Urge Park Goers to Prepare for Extreme Heat

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Summer months are when people from across the country travel to North Dakota to tour and and hike Theodore Roosevelt National Park. But, as temperatures continue to pound most of the U.S, it can be a bit dangerous.

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Goaltenders Beat the Heat

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Beat the ball... beat the heat. 

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Furry Fridays: Japanese Serow

Furry Fridays: Japanese Serow

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The Japanese Serow family at the Roosevelt Park Zoo in Minot is the only breeding pair of its kind in North America.

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TBT 7/21/16: Photo Donations Video included

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Well you can see the image behind us of Ernie LaPointe, the great-grandson of Sitting Bull, this image was taken by Shane Balkowitsch of Nostalgic Glass in Bismarck, he's donated 32 items so far to our archives, and this is probably my favorite item in the collection.

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Eggs Prices Crack 10-Year Low

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If you love a good omelet, well now's the time to make one. Egg prices are the lowest they have been in ten years.

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Black Lives Matter protestors and police hold a friendly cookout

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When a group of Kansas police officers spotted members of the Black Lives Matter movement protesting near a highway last week, they didn't try to put a stop to it.

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Could gas prices spiral down again

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We're in the midst of the summer driving season. Kids across the country are being piled into minivans, and retirees are rolling down the road in their RVs. For many Americans, the smell of gasoline is the scent of freedom and liberty. So it was a bit disappointing for many that the price of this freedom surged more than 80 percent from the lows in February to the high in May before easing up again more recently. Leading the spring rebound --beyond the usual excitement on Wall Street... More>>

Ted Cruz booed off stage after not endorsing Trump

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Ted Cruz just became the first primetime speaker of this Republican convention to be booed off the stage.

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Free Day at Bismarck Pools Video included

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Free day at Bismarck pools Wednesday meant pool lines and facilities hitting capacity.  More>>

Outdoor Beauty and Beast Show Canceled Due to Heat

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The heat was the beast today at Sleepy Hollow.  About a hundred faithful Belle and Beast fans had to walk away from Wednesday's outdoor play. 

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Daycare Takes Precautionary Measures in Extreme Heat

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At Kinderkidz Daycare, on a day like today, where temperatures reached up to nearly 100 degrees, the staff makes sure their kids get a lot water and less sun.

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Working Outdoors In Extreme Heat Video included

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Temperatures hit a summer high today in the triple digits. Although many of us don't have to work in the heat but there are plenty of people that do.

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Eye on Ag: Checking Out Fields Video included

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More than 100 farmers beat the heat with a hayride. The NDSU Extension Service hosted the annual field days event south of Minot today.

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Renville County Crop Tour Video included

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Farmers in Renville County will get a look at the progress of test plots tomorrow in the Mohall area.

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Minot Expands Bus Services Video included

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After more than 3 years of research and planning, the Minot City Transit System is finally extending its bus service.

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Foods to Keep you Hydrated on Hot Days

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If you have a sweet tooth, this will be good news for you. 

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Summer Gas Prices Lower but Bismarck Prices Higher than Rest of State Video included

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The national average for regular gasoline is about 50 cents less than it was this time last year. But Bismarck isn't necessarily the best place to fill up. 

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Maxbass Man Sentenced To 30 Years In Rape Case Video included

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A Maxbass man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for repeatedly raping a girl when she was as young as 12.

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Child Hospitalized with Hantavirus

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The North Dakota Health Department says school-aged child has been hospitalized with Hantavirus. 

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New Consolidated Quick Turn Around at the Airport

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In 2015, 260,000 passengers mad their way through the terminal. Airport officials a new QTA will help customers travel easier. 

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Carson Wentz jerseys selling well

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In the past three months, an NFL rookie is leading jersey sales.

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Proposed Emmons County Wind Farm Has Landowners Speaking Out

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People in Burleigh and Emmons County speak up about a potential wind farm.

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Wellness Wednesday 7/20/16: Meditation and Breathing Tips Video included

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Tanner Schweitzer is the founder of RAW, Recreation Athletic Wellness. He gives us fitness tips every Wednesday and is talking about breathing and meditation tips. For more information, check out rawstrong.com.   More>>

Flags Fly at Half-Staff Record Number of Times Video included

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This is the 9th time this year that Governor Dalrymple has directed the flags to be lowered, and across the nation the flag has flown at half-staff more than 30 days. If you compare that to this time last year -- the flag was only lowered twice by now.

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The CFL duo from North Dakota

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If it weren’t for the numbers on the backs of their jerseys, you’d be hard-pressed to tell Ryan Smith and Weston Dressler apart out on the field. But it’s not just stature and position the pair share in common – the two former Saskatchewan Roughriders both come from North Dakota and both signed with the Bombers this off-season. And they also both happen to live under the same roof with Dressler’s fiancé, Tegan, here in Winnipeg and back in their... More>>

Obama pens open letter to America's law enforcement

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As the nation continues to reel from the recent deadly shootings of police officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge, President Obama reached out Monday to the law enforcement community seeking to assure them that his administration stood by them.

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NASA: sea melting at record rate

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Global temperatures have been rising and sea ice has been melting at unprecedented rates since the start of 2016.

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Local Reaction to Gun Control Video included

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Lately, it's been a nation divided on the topic of gun control.

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Wind Farm Opens For Business Near Rolla Video included

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A quarter-billion dollar, renewable energy project was officially christened today near the Canadian border, north of Rolla.

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Second case of Zika reported

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The North Dakota Department of Health has confirmed the second case of Zika in the state.

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Heat Concerns For Elderly Residents Video included

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Hot temperatures this week have vulnerable populations taking precautions.North Dakota is known for a wide range of possible temperatures.

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Williston To End Housing Help For City Employees

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Williston is eliminating a plan that pays extra money to city employees to help them with housing costs.

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Milestone Approaching For Downtown Minot Video included

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Anticipation is building for local shoppers and business owners as final touches are being made to the downtown streets under construction.

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More Hotel Rooms, Lower Prices Ahead of State Fair Video included

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It's no secret that the state's economy has taken a downturn - but that could work out in your favor when it comes to the North Dakota State Fair.

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DSU Could See a Significant Drop in State Funds

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Dickinson State University President Tom Mitzel says the school could see a 25 percent reduction in state funding in the upcoming 2017-2019 biennium budget.

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Online Stalker Jailed for Violating Probation

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 A man convicted of stalking women online is back behind bars for violating his probation.

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Minot nurse convicted of stealing drugs

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A former Minot nurse has been convicted of stealing prescription drugs in order to help his girlfriend detox.  

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Melania Trump accused of copying Michelle Obama

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(CNN)Donald Trump's presidential campaign has no plans to fire anybody on the campaign or to take any disciplinary action against anyone for the Melania Trump speech plagiarism controversy, CNN learned Tuesday.

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North Dakota Delegate Wants Rules Changed

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ND delegate to Republican National Convention starts rally to unbind delegates.

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Crane Lane Open By August

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After more than two years, the crane on ninth street is finally gone. But it might be a while till drivers can drive in the extra lane.

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United Tribes given all clear after Shelter in Place

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Authorities have given the "all clear" at United Tribes Technical College after they were called to investigate a residence.

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Tech Tuesday 7/19/16: Ipad Basics Video included

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"I've had people of all ages, the evening class tends to be the older folks because their kids bought them an ipad for Christmas let's say and they want to know what more they can do with it," says Deb Mantz, BSC Enrichment Course instructor.

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Brown used badge inappropriately

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We know more about the Mandan officer charged with burglary.  

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Sen. Heitkamp Talks State of the Oil Industry Video included

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Commissioner Giancarlo said some of the America's overseas competitors, like Saudi Arabia, are hoping the country's oil industry can't wait out the low oil prices, but he said he has confidence that the country can wait it out thanks to the improvement in technology and efficiency. Even with low oil prices North Dakota produces about one-million barrels of oil a day and to date have about 13,000 oil wells..

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Mandan Police Chief Addresses Firing of Officer

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Zachary Brown is placed on $1500 bond for a burglary for breaking into his ex-girlfriend's house on Saturday. 

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Ten Officers Shot and Three Killed in Dallas Shootings

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(CBS News)--Dallas police say ten officers were shot by snipers during a protest Thursday night against recent deadly police shootings.

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Shots Fired at Protest in Dallas

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A protest in Dallas turned violent when shots were fired. There are unconfirmed reports that one or more Dallas police officers were struck.

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U.K. students make heartwarming gesture

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Ten-year-old British boy Daniel Boyers did not want to participate in sports day at his school, but he is sure glad he did.

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Active Shooter Reported at Amarillo Walmart

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THERE IS AN ACTIVE SHOOTER SITUATION AT THE AMARILLO WALMART ON THE E-WAY AND GEORGIA.    

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Cancer drugs escalate in cost

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Cancer isn't cheap.

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Marine Wounded in Combat Summits Mt. Everest

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NEW YORK -- On this Memorial Day we remember a Marine's remarkable journey -- one which nearly ended on a minefield in Afghanistan.

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Zoo Chief says Gorilla Killed to Save Little Boy

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CINCINNATI, Ohio - The director of the Cincinnati Zoo defended on Monday the decision to kill a popular gorilla after a four-year-old boy fell into the animal's enclosure.

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3 of 4 suspects plead guilty in beating of Highway Patrolman

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Three of four Washington state residents accused in the beating of a South Dakota Highway Patrol trooper have pleaded guilty.

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South Dakota sales tax goes up

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Pierre, SD (AP) The South Dakota Department of Revenue is reminding residents and businesses that the state's sales tax is set to go up next week.

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Toyota adds more vehicles to recall

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DETROIT -- Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling nearly 1.6 million vehicles in the U.S. to replace potentially faulty front passenger air bag inflators made by Takata Corp. of Japan. The action expands what was already the biggest automotive recall in U.S. history. The U.S. government announced earlier this month that 17 automakers - including Toyota - are adding 35 million to 40 million Takata inflators to the 28.8 million that have already been recalled after multiple investigations sho...

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Acquittal in officer charged in Freddie Gray death

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BALTIMORE (AP) — A Baltimore police officer has been acquitted of assault and other charges in the arrest of Freddie Gray, a young black man who died a week after he was critically injured in police custody

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Billboard music awards

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Madonna paid homage to Prince by wearing his signature color and bringing another icon - Stevie Wonder - onstage to sing the classic "Purple Rain" at Sunday's Billboard Music Awards.

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CBS News Legend Morley Safer Passes Away

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Morley Safer, the CBS newsman who changed war reporting forever when he showed GI's burning the huts of Vietnamese villagers and went on to become the iconic 60 Minutes correspondent whose stylish stories on America's most-watched news program made him one of television's most enduring stars, died today in Manhattan.

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Search Underway for Missing EgyptAir Flight

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The location of an EgyptAir passenger plane was unknown early Thursday after the airline said the jet "had disappeared from radar." 

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S.C. lawmakers pass ultra-strict abortion law

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The South Carolina legislature passed a bill Tuesday prohibiting abortion after 19 weeks, becoming the 17th state to pass the restrictive ban.

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Alleged Trump supporters who beat homeless immigrant plead guilty

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It was an attack on a homeless man that gained extra media attention when authorities said the accused assailants were heard saying, "Donald Trump was right," as they beat the man with a metal pipe and then urinated on him.

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Polio virus kills cancerous tumor

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WSPA: The FDA is calling a clinical trial that killed a cancerous brain tumor in an Upstate woman a medical breakthrough.

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NTSB Investigators release cause of Amtrak crash

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CBS News has learned an Amtrak engineer was distracted by radio transmissions just before his speeding train jumped the tracks near Philadelphia one year ago.

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Two officers shot in New Hampshire

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MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Two police officers were shot early Friday morning in Manchester, New Hampshire, and a massive search was underway for the gunman, reports CBS Boston.

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Transgender bathroom guidelines clarified for public schools

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WASHINGTON -- Public schools must permit transgender students to use bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their gender identity, according to an Obama administration directive issued amid a court fight between the federal government and North Carolina.

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Gun used to shoot Florida teenager Trayvon Martin to be auctioned

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SANFORD, Fla. -- The pistol former neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman used in the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin is going up for auction online. In an interview with Orlando, Florida, TV station WOFL, Zimmerman said he had just gotten the pistol back from the U.S. Justice Department, which took it after he was acquitted in Martin's 2012 shooting death. "And I thought it's time to move past the firearm," Zimmerman told the station. "And if I sell it and it... More>>

Workers denied bathroom breaks resort to diapers

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Beyond the low wages and high injury rates, the nation's roughly 250,000 poultry workers are routinely denied bathroom breaks, leading some to wear diapers and others to not drink liquids

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Oklahoma hit with series of storms

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- Tornadoes destroyed homes, overturned vehicles and stripped the bark from trees as they churned across Oklahoma

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Mercury making a move

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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. - Mercury has begun a relatively rare move across the sun. The transit of Mercury got underway just after 7 a.m. on the east coast with the smallest planet appearing as a tiny black dot on the face of the sun. The transit will last for a total of about 7.5 hours. The last time solar-planetary ballet happened was 2006. It will happen again three years from now, but then not until 2032. Mercury transits occur just 13 times per century, on average. They're so rare ... More>>

North Carolina Governor faces deadline from federal government

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RALEIGH, N.C. -- North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory shows no signs of backing down in the face of the federal government's Monday deadline to declare he won't enforce the new state law limiting protections for LGBT people

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Ted Cruz picks his running mate

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — In need of momentum after a five-state shutout, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz has tapped former technology executive Carly Fiorina to serve as his running mate.

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Trump, Clinton Win Big Tuesday Night

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By STEPHANIE CONDON, EMILY SCHULTHEIS / CBS NEWS After resounding victories across the Northeast on Tuesday, both Republican front-runner Donald Trump and Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton demonstrated that they're ready to turn their focus squarely to the general election. "I consider myself the presumptive nominee, absolutely," Trump said to CBS News' Major Garrett from his rally at Trump Tower in New York City. After sweeping all five GOP primaries in P...

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Arsenic concerns for babies who eat rice cereal

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A growing amount of scientific evidence is pointing to an alarming connection between inorganic arsenic in brown and white rice and harm to children's immune systems and intellectual development.

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On This Day: President Reagan Shot

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On March 30, 1981 President Ronald Reagan was shot outside a hotel in Washington D.C. 

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Changes In Weather Over Past Week

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There is quite a difference weather-wise compared to just a week ago. See how the capital area looks a bit different with some snowfall.

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Bismarck School Resource Officer Discusses Bullying Video included

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that in 2013, near 20 percent of students in the U.S. reported being bullied at school. More than half reported being bullied online. Averi Haugesag explains what to be on the lookout for.

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  • Money Monday: Women and Investing

    Money Monday: Women and Investing

    Monday, July 25 2016 10:16 AM EDT2016-07-25 14:16:07 GMT

    "There are a lot of women now who are the main income earner, they are taking control of the finances but there are still several women who have had nothing to do with the financial management in the family, so three out of four women are outliving their spouse, they need to know what's going on," says Jason Naas, financial adviser.

    "There are a lot of women now who are the main income earner, they are taking control of the finances but there are still several women who have had nothing to do with the financial management in the family, so three out of four women are outliving their spouse, they need to know what's going on," says Jason Naas, financial adviser.

  • Minot Home Hit By Gunshot, Two Arrests Made in Case

    Minot Home Hit By Gunshot, Two Arrests Made in Case

    Monday, July 25 2016 7:32 AM EDT2016-07-25 11:32:03 GMT

    Two Minot men are facing charges after an incident involving gunshots where one of the shots hit a home in Minot, although no one was hurt.

    Two Minot men are facing charges after an incident involving gunshots where one of the shots hit a home in Minot, although no one was hurt.

  • Bismarck Pilot Forced to Land Plane Without Landing Gear

    Bismarck Pilot Forced to Land Plane Without Landing Gear

    Monday, July 25 2016 5:06 AM EDT2016-07-25 09:06:16 GMT

    No one was injured after a pilot is forced to make an emergency landing at the Bismarck airport around 6:20 p.m. Sunday. 

    No one was injured after a pilot is forced to make an emergency landing at the Bismarck airport around 6:20 p.m. Sunday. 

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  • Bismarck Man Makes Art With Recycled Items

    Bismarck Man Makes Art With Recycled Items

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    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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  • Loadholt Announces Retirement

    Loadholt Announces Retirement

    Loadholt Announces Retirement

    Monday, July 25 2016 3:43 PM EDT2016-07-25 19:43:00 GMT

    Loadholt Announces Retirement

    Loadholt Announces Retirement

  • Eagles Training Camp Begins Monday

    Eagles Training Camp Begins Monday

    Eagles Training Camp Begins Monday

    Monday, July 25 2016 12:28 AM EDT2016-07-25 04:28:03 GMT

    In Philadelphia while Hillary Clinton is poised to accept the Democrat nomination for the President of the United States, Eagles fans hope that Carson Wentz will be nominated for starting quarterback before the season ends.

    In Philadelphia while Hillary Clinton is poised to accept the Democrat nomination for the President of the United States, Eagles fans hope that Carson Wentz will be nominated for starting quarterback before the season ends.

  • West Region Baseball Championships

    West Region Baseball Championships

    West Region Baseball Championships

    Monday, July 25 2016 12:17 AM EDT2016-07-25 04:17:11 GMT

    West Region Baseball Championships

    West Region Baseball Championships

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