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TRNP Rangers Hope Bison Calf Story Can Educate Visitors

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"Keep a safe distance from any form of wildlife," said Eileen Andes, Chief of Interpretation and public information officer at TRNP. "They are still wild and just because they don't run away, doesn't mean that their tamed.".

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Donald Trump clinches delegates for nomination

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Donald Trump has reached the number of delegates needed to clinch the Republican nomination for president.   

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Trump says he'd debate Bernie Sanders

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Before hitting a private fundraiser in Los Angeles, Donald Trump taped a guest appearance on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live," where he fielded questions from the late-night host on a range of topics -- including transgender bathrooms, and whether he'd debate Bernie Sanders.

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Major road closure in Bismarck Video included

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A major north Bismarck intersection will be closed for most of the summer.
 

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Rosebud man pleaded not guilty to shooting officer

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Rosebud, SD- A man indicted on charges of shooting and wounding a tribal officer on the Rosebud Indian Reservation pleaded not guilty on Wednesday.

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Fargo family goes extra mile to find hit and run driver

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An expecting mother is literally going an extra mile before her baby arrives this summer.

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Trump's Upcoming Speech Causes Buzz at Bismarck Petroleum Conference Video included

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For the most part, people are talking about oil as a source of energy. But as the last day of the conference draws near, some are feeling a different kind of energy.

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Minot Man Charged With Another Robbery

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A Minot man who appeared in court Monday on four counts of robbery is now facing a fifth.

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Trump Tips Video included

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When Bernie Sanders held a rally almost two weeks ago, Much of downtown Bismarck closed down for traffic. Even more congestion is expected tomorrow at the Bismarck Event Center.

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Farmers Welcome Rainy Forecast Video included

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Rain is in the forecast for the next few days -- and although some may not like it, others need it.

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Watford City Upgrades Tornado Siren System Video included

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North Dakotans are no strangers to severe weather. Two years ago Watford City was hit by a tornado -- but not everyone in the city could hear the sirens going off.

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Burgum Tours Minot Flood Zone Video included

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Four of North Dakota's major cities have faced major flood events in the past 20 years. Republican candidate for governor Doug Burgum says it's for that reason the state must maintain flood protection as a priority.

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Eye on Agriculture: Getting Out Or Staying In Video included

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NDSU has warned farmers that nearly every crop grown in North Dakota is likely to be a money-loser this year, due to low market prices.

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South Prairie Celebrates First Graduation Video included

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High school graduation season is among us, and for one high school in the area, it's a pretty special one.

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Sunrise Students Evacuated Following Hoax Video included

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Sunrise Elementary students were evacuated for about a half an hour this morning after a hoax similar to ones taking place across the country.

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Bomb Threat Called To Mostly Empty Nedrose School

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The Ward County Sheriff's Department says they responded to a bomb threat received by telephone at Nedrose School east of Minot.

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Huge Crowd Gathers at Capital to Hear From Franklin Graham Video included

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Thousands of people braved the rainy weather to hear Franklin Graham speak on the capitol steps. 

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Man Wanted in South Dakota Seen in Dickinson

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 Authorities in Rapid City say a minimum security inmate man who walked away from a job site may be in the Dickinson area.

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Local Pools and Water Park Face Employment Challenge Video included

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The majority of Raging Rivers and Bismarck pools's employees are high school and college students.

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Protestors clash with Police

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ALB Protests outside a Donald Trump rally in New Mexico turned violent Tuesday night as demonstrators threw burning T-shirts, plastic bottles and other items at police officers, overturned trash cans and knocked down barricades.

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Things to know for Donald Trump's visit

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Logistics for Donald Trump's visit to Bismarck

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Big effort for local law enforcement for Trump speech

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Donald Trump's speech at the Petroleum Conference Thursday will include a big effort from local law enforcement.

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Shots Fired Outside of Dan's Supermarket

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Police found 2 .45 caliber shell casings in the parking lot after the incident.  

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South Heart Set For Construction In August

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Students at South Heart School will be able to walk new halls in a couple of years.

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Firefighters come to the rescue Video included

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Some firefighters were heading back from a canceled call when they saw a man pushing a lawnmower in his wheelchair.

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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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Fort Peck passes transgender bathroom policy

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POPLAR -Tribal leaders of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation have adopted a transgender bathroom policy that mirrors the controversial bill in North Carolina

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Bismarck Man Charged with Robbery at Gas Station

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An employee at a local gas station suffered a knife wound when trying to stop a robbery Monday night.

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Davis Refinery CEO Confident Facility Will Meet Air Standards Video included

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Meridian Energy CEO Bill Prentice spoke about the Davis Refinery saying it is the cleanest refinery to date.

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Minot Water Restrictions Lifted

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City officials have announced that Minot residents can resume normal water usage.

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New Street Lights for Bismarck

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Bismarck city commissioners approved a number of street lights to be installed across town.

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Bismarck Police Prepare for Trump's Arrival Video included

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Donald Trump will speak at the conference Thursday afternoon, and police officers are getting ready now.

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Exercise Imagines Active Shooter At School Video included

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Preparing for the worst is sometimes a necessary evil. Emergency management teams and first responders took on a scenario involving an active shooter at an open campus school.

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Downtown Milestone as Crane Exits Video included

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It's been a part of the downtown Minot skyline for some time. But today, the large construction crane has been removed.

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Marine Corps League Looks To Expand Into Minot Video included

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The Dakota Leathernecks are looking to expand in North Dakota.

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Blood Drive Pits Firefighters Against Police Officers Video included

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This week local police and firemen are having their annual "Battle of the Badges" to see who's team can donate the most.

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McKinley Elementary Students Have Field Day Video included

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For young students eager for the start of summer, the last week of school is full of excitement and anticipation.

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Morsette to Serve 25 Years in Prison Video included

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 Jordan Morsette will serve 25 years in jail for the deaths of 22-year-old Abby Renschler and 21-year-old Taylor Goven.

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Man Convicted of Murder For Hire Sentenced

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James Henrikson sentenced in Washington.

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Students in Cannonball Enjoy New Playground Video included

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Last October, a prairie fire burned across acres of land on the Standing Rock Reservation, and caused severe damage to the school playground. But students can now celebrate a new beginning on their final day of school. 

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Taiwan Open for U.S. Lamb Market

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After more than a decade, lamb from the U.S. will be exported to Taiwan. U.S. lamb markets closed to Taiwan following the U.S. case of mad cow disease in 2003.

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AARP Pushes for Presidential Candidates to Talk SS

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Officials with North Dakota AARP want Trump to cover his stance on social security Thursday while in North Dakota.

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New Cart Helps Individuals With Special Needs Video included

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Most girls love to go shopping. A special new cart is making one Bismarck girl a bigger part of the experience.

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Exercise Tests Law Enforcement Response to School Shooting Scenario

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If you see police, sheriff's deputies, and other law enforcement and emergency responders around Minot's Burdick Job Corps Center this afternoon, don't worry - it's just an exercise. 

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Armed robbery at Bismarck gas station

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An employee at a local gas station was cut by a knife trying to stop a robbery at a Bismarck gas station Monday night.

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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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Colstrip, MT power-plant operator plans to quit in two years

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HELENA - The operator of the four coal-fired power plants at Colstrip told plant owners Monday it plans to exit as operator within two years

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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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White Cloud goes home

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JAMESTOWN, N.D. - White Cloud, the albino bison that has become a symbol of Jamestown, was returned Saturday to Shirek Buffalo in Michigan, N.D.

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Mandan Police locate Jasmine Morin

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Mandan police are asking for help locating a missing juvenile girl.

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School Board Working Closer to a Plan for Saxvik Elementary School

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As the school year comes to a close, so do the doors at Saxvik elementary. 

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Intersection Impasse In Downtown Minot Video included

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After the dust settles from construction, Downtown Minot will have a new look. The intersection of Central Avenue and Main Street opened last fall, and with it, our first view of the change.

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Zoo Trespassing Suspect In Court

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A Minot man is required to stay at least 500-feet away from the Roosevelt Park Zoo after a weekend trespassing incident.

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Bond Set For Accused Robber

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Musi is suspected of being the man seen wielding a knife and holding up four local businesses in recent weeks.

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Water Restrictions As Work Begins On Minot Water Treatment Plant Video included

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The city of Minot - and the area communities served by Minot's water treatment plant - are under water use restrictions as the new week begins.

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Eye on Energy: Family's Medical Struggle Video included

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Amid a nationwide oil bust, sad situations come a dime a dozen. Cynthia Hill has the story of a family's struggle in Williston after the boom.

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Five Years Ago: Flood Threat Worsens

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Five years ago today, the prospect of flooding impacting thousands of people in North Dakota was becoming more real.

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Bismarck Petroleum Conference Features Bakken Innovation Video included

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Flaring is down to around ten percent statewide, partly because of machines like this.

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Man Shares Experience Getting Near Tornado Video included

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Josh Sayler was playing football in the yard with his kids when he saw a tornado start to appear a few miles away from his farm farm.

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Envisioning North Dakota Higher Education Video included

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State leaders are trying to get a handle on what higher education will look like in the future.

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First Lady Dalrymple Helps Give Kids More Access To Books Video included

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Thanks to a $16,000 donation by WPX Energy, 100 percent of kids in Stark County are now eligible for the Dolly Parton Imagination Library program.

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End of The School Year a Busy Time for School Bus Drivers Video included

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With the end of the school year in sight and weather getting nicer, students in schools are taking more field trips. But how do Bismarck schools handle the constant transportation of kids? Chris Rooke drives buses for Bismarck schools. 

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Man enters plea in Bismarck murder case

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Morris Hicks who's accused of murdering a Bismarck woman says he's not guilty.

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Thief Steals Thousands from Apartment

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Over $5,000 worth of items were stolen from an apartment over the weekend.  

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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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Woman steals UND police cruiser

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 (WDAY TV) - One woman was injured after reportedly stealing a UND police cruiser in Grand Forks and crashing in a ditch near the U of M campus in Crookston.

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Court Appearances Today For Robbery, Trespass Suspects

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Court appearances are scheduled this afternoon for one of two men charged with criminal trespass at Minot's Roosevelt Park Zoo, and for a man suspected of robbing four local businesses in recent weeks.

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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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5 years ago today -The flood fight

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Five years ago today, the prospect of flooding impacting thousands of people in North Dakota was becoming more real.

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The year of the unlikable candidate?

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Voters often talk about casting their ballot for the "lesser of two evils" in a presidential election.

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Pig caught in a hailstorm in Montana

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KTVQ: A Pig is caught in a hailstorm in Billings, Montana.

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Sunday weather pictures

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Severe weather hit the region Sunday night. Here's a look at some viewer photos

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Sunday night weather pictures

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Severe storms struck the region Sunday night. Here are some viewer photos sent in from throughout the area.

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Obama reverses arms ban with Vietnam

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President Obama on Monday lifted a half-century-old ban on selling arms to Vietnam

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Running for Success

Running for Success Video included

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The Minot State Men's track team took 12th in the NSIC last weekend, but one of it's members chose to not run the first day of competition -- instead choosing to walk. Here's why:

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New Ordinance Helps Keep Animals and Visitors Safe At The Zoo Video included

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Dakota Zoo employees say visitor safety is one of the zoo's biggest priorities.

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Sunday Sitdown: Dr. Craig Lambrecht Video included

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The CEO of Sanford in Bismarck says the biggest change in health care in the last two to three years is a healthy decrease in the amount of time patients spend in the hospital. He says the future of health care is outpatient.

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Bear Attacks Intruder at Minot Zoo Video included

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A Minot man ended up in the emergency room with injuries from a bear attack after, according to police, he jumped a fence and taunted a bear. 

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Liquor Violations

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A half-dozen Minot businesses face possible suspension of their liquor licenses after failing a compliance check. 

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Graduation at DLB High School Video included

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College graduations have come and gone this spring, but now is the time for high school seniors to get their diplomas. 

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Police: Zoo Break-In Leads to Bear Attack

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A Minot man ended up in the emergency room with injuries from a bear attack after jumping a fence and taunting a bear, Minot Police say. 

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Fire North of Minot Video included

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Firefighters from the Minot Rural Fire Department and the Burlington Fire Department are still on scene of a large grass fire north of Minot that started this afternoon. 

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Sentence in Assault

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A New Town man has been sentenced to nearly three years in prison for assaulting a Bureau of Indian Affairs officer on the Fort Berthold Reservation. 

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Fishing Tournament Season Video included

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It's fishing season in North Dakota. 

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Make A Wish Foundation Remodels Backyard Video included

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One boy had one wish and that was to have a backyard makeover. 

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USO Show Honors Military Video included

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A trip back in time had people remember our soldiers and the sacrifices they made for our country. 

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Pics 4 Kids Video included

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The Ice Cold Ryders Motorcycle Club got kids revved up for an entertaining afternoon in Oak Park. 

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Bismarck City Auction Biggest in Years Video included

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The Bismarck City Auction had some never before sold items up for sale today. Organizers say it's the most inventory they have had in years.

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Kids Explore Work Trucks at New Mandan Event Video included

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Some big things were going on in downtown Mandan today. It was a first time event where kids got a chance to sit in the drivers seat of a possible future career.

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Prison Time For Man Who Assaulted Officer

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A New Town man has been sentenced to nearly three years in prison for assaulting a Bureau of Indian Affairs officer on the Fort Berthold Reservation. 

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Suckow Sentenced to 30 Years in Prison

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SPOKANE, Wash. – The man who admitted to killing a Spokane businessmen was sentenced on Friday.

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Minot Man Charged With Four Robbery Counts

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A Minot man has been taken into custody and charged with four counts of felony robbery.

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Water Restrictions Enforced In Minot

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You could be fined up to $1,500 for excessive water usage.

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Flood Wall Takes Shape Near Water Treatment Plant

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The first visible flood wall has risen above the landscape at Minot's water treatment plant.

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Groundbreaking For New Berthold Ambulance Building

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Running a two-ambulance operation out of a small, single-stall garage can be difficult. That's why the Berthold Rural Ambulance is moving out -- and moving up.

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Website Launches For Williston's New Airport Project

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If all goes according to schedule, XWA -- Williston's new airport -- will be ready for travelers by 2018.

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USO Show At Pioneer Village This Weekend

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A "Salute to our Military" is how the Pioneer Village Historical Museum is kicking off their "spring opening" weekend.

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Sen. Heitkamp, ND Ranchers Discuss Issues Facing Cattle Market Video included

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A drop in commodity prices has farmers and ranchers worried about the future of their businesses.

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Second Annual Ribfest Coming Up

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After finding success last year, a tasty event to kick off summer is coming back for it's second year.

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Eye on Education: Keeping Students Engaged

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Keeping students engaged in the classroom can be a tough task for teachers, a new method adopted by Jim Hill Middle School and Central Campus High School could make it easier.

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Representative Cramer Reacts to Becoming Energy Advisor for Donald Trump

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North Dakota Congressman Kevin Cramer was recently appointed by Donald Trump as his energy advisor.

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Animal Agriculture Awareness Week

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Governor Dalrymple declared this week animal agriculture awareness week. We talked with some ag people to find out why the industry deserves recognition.

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Around Town 5/20/16: Hair and Fitness

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You can trim your hair and sculpt your body just in time for summer. We tell you where in this week's around town.

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Body Found Off Trail North of Medora Still Not Identified

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Authorities have not identified a body found in the south unit of Theodore Roosevelt National Park late Wednesday.

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Horse Therapy Program Helps Kids With Disabilities Video included

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"She lights up when we mention she gets to go riding," says Lindsay Turnbow. 

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Number of pregnant women with Zika in U.S. growing

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(CNN)The number of pregnant women with the Zika virus in the United States has more than tripled, increasing from 48 to 157, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday.

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Unusual concern in frozen food recall

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Amid a massive frozen foods recall involving millions of packages of fruits and vegetables that were shipped to all 50 U.S. states, Canada and Mexico, authorities who want to stem the listeria-linked illnesses and deaths worry it'll be difficult to get consumers to dig through their freezers and check for products they may have bought as far back as 2014.

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Deputy injured by flying mattress

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A Burleigh County sheriff's deputy was injured in a freak accident involving a flying mattress.

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Wreckage Found

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CAIRO -- Egypt's military said Friday that parts of the missing EgyptAir flight 804 jet had been discovered in the Mediterranean, about 180 miles north of the Egyptian coast

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Ag Author Speaks on Corporate Farm Bill Video included

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Last week we offered a look into the corporate farming bill that's on this June's ballot This week the Dakota Resource Council brought in agriculture author John Ikerd to talk about family farms.

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Unidentified Body Found in National Park

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An unidentified human body was found in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

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Body Found in Theodore Roosevelt National Park

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    National Park officials say hikers found a body in Theodore Roosevelt National Park late Wednesday afternoon.

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Local Chefs Talk About Locally-Sourced Food Video included

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 Over the last few years, several Bismarck-area restaurants have expanded ingredients to include foods from local producers.

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Officials Ask for Input on Rail Plan Video included

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The railroad industry is seeking the public's input on an updated state rail plan.

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Williston Shooting Victims From Cleveland, Lived In N.D.

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"It's going to be a long and difficult process." That's how a Williston Police detective describes the investigation into a shooting that killed two men this week.

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N.D. Passenger Numbers Continue Slide

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The drop in business at airports across North Dakota continues - with the exception of Bismarck.

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Tioga School Celebrates New Space Video included

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Over a year ago, students, faculty, and staff celebrated the expansion of Tioga's Central Elementary School.

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Students Tell Stories Through Photos Video included

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Groups of students from Legacy High School teamed up with Carrie's kids to tell a story through a piece of work. 

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Business Beat: New Motor Sports Shop Video included

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Wild Bill's Motorsports is gearing up for the summer like the rest of us with two new boat lines.

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Seniors Celebrate 'Hip Day' At Minot High Video included

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Skipping school is out. Being hip is in. Seniors at Minot High Magic Campus celebrated Senior Hip Day today.

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Daycare Dilemma Video included

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North Dakota's population began skyrocketing about 10 years ago with the oil boom. Workers came from across the country to work on the rigs.  With them came their families. 

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Dickinson Barber Makes A Buzz Video included

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Ted's Barbershop. Home of the eight dollar haircut. And some of the best banter you'll ever hear...

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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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Bond Set for James Vann in Bismarck Terrorizing Case

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 A man charged with confronting a woman with a handgun Tuesday in Bismarck is held on $200,000 cash bond.

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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 Video included

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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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  • Minot Man Charged With Another Robbery

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    Wednesday, May 25 2016 8:00 PM EDT2016-05-26 00:00:57 GMT
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    A Minot man who appeared in court Monday on four counts of robbery is now facing a fifth.

    A Minot man who appeared in court Monday on four counts of robbery is now facing a fifth.

  • Farmers Welcome Rainy Forecast

    Farmers Welcome Rainy Forecast

    Wednesday, May 25 2016 6:23 PM EDT2016-05-25 22:23:47 GMT

    Rain is in the forecast for the next few days -- and although some may not like it, others need it.

    Rain is in the forecast for the next few days -- and although some may not like it, others need it.

  • Watford City Upgrades Tornado Siren System

    Watford City Upgrades Tornado Siren System

    Wednesday, May 25 2016 6:20 PM EDT2016-05-25 22:20:04 GMT

    North Dakotans are no strangers to severe weather. Two years ago Watford City was hit by a tornado -- but not everyone in the city could hear the sirens going off.

    North Dakotans are no strangers to severe weather. Two years ago Watford City was hit by a tornado -- but not everyone in the city could hear the sirens going off.

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  • First North Dakota Resident Tests Positive for Zika Virus

    First North Dakota Resident Tests Positive for Zika Virus

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    The North Dakota Department of Health confirms a North Dakota resident has tested positive for Zika virus. 

    The North Dakota Department of Health confirms a North Dakota resident has tested positive for Zika virus. 

  • Body Found Near Bowman-Haley Dam

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        The Bowman County Sheriff says a body was found near Bowman-Haley Dam Sunday.

        The Bowman County Sheriff says a body was found near Bowman-Haley Dam Sunday.

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