A Minot teenager is sitting behind bars after a fire explosion left five people hospitalized on April 19. More>>
An abandoned gas station in Noonan has received a lot of attention over the past two months because it contains radioactive material. The material was dumped illegally. Today, was the start of the cleanup. More>>
The body of a 39-year-old woman has been found in a field near Fort Yates. More>>
Some of us need a little help when it comes to selecting a piece of artwork, or redecorating a whole house. More>>
Graduation ceremonies for the class of 2014 are almost here. One of the most popular and traditional ways to capture special occasions like these. That's not new. But what is fairly recent is the selfie craze. More>>
Senator Heidi Heitkamp visits United Tribes Technical College to host a roundtable discussion about her bill that would create a Commission on Native Children. More>>
Most people don't want to think about filing their taxes next year, but new IRS expensing rules could mean major changes for small business owners and farmers. More>>
A former University of Jamestown student has been found guilty of terrorizing. More>>
A Dickinson man has been sentenced to seven and a half years in prison for bank robbery. More>>
Officials at North Dakota Highway Patrol are urging drivers to be prepared for unexpected road conditions while traveling. More>>
A transmission line that would bring energy to western North Dakota, is one step closer to putting poles in the ground. More>>
Members of the North Dakota Legislative Council were in the Magic City today discussing the future of higher education in the state. More>>
If you want to skip the line at the Post Office counter, these types of machines can help, the United States Postal Service is sending six new mobile, point-of-sale devices to North Dakota. More>>
Fifth St. in Bismarck will be closed between Front and Sweet Ave. until the end of the week. More>>
Last year, the City of Minot was able to hand out more than 3 million dollars to community facility groups through the city's sales tax proceeds. More>>
The former Trinity High School principal accused of setting a fire inside the school in early March waived his preliminary hearing today, and pleaded not guilty to felony charges of arson and endangering by fire or explosion. More>>
A tribal paleontology department is hoping to bring a museum to Standing Rock. More>>
A Wyoming man drowned on Saturday after his canoe tipped over in Patterson Lake southwest of Dickinson. More>>
Graduates may find DEAL One loan beneficial because of lower interest rates. More>>
A recent study suggests that there are thousands of bacteria all over your cash. More>>
Students have to retain a lot of information to succeed, and some of them might turn to prescriptions for focus.
As people are becoming more mobile, bed bugs are becoming a growing problem across the country, even in North Dakota.
North Dakota can help create energy independence for the U.S. and reduce European reliance on Russian natural gas. More>>
Ruth Meiers will move it's main office to the new location tomorrow, and they are expecting the apartments to be done in late June. More>>
Vernon Wright, of Georgia, is charged with three counts of negligent homicide. More>>
Natural gas flares have become a common sight in North Dakota, but a couple groups are looking to change that.
A Mandan man is being treated for extensive burns after accidentally setting himself on fire yesterday in Dickinson. More>>
Architects and designers unveiled plans for the new Burleigh-Morton County Jail today. More>>
The NDDOT recently made a new load restriction change.
If you want to skip the line at the post office counter, there's a new type of machine that can help. More>>
A Grand Forks man was on trial this week for unlawful possession of a firearm and ammunition. More>>
Police say someone broke into the back entrance of Full Throttle Sporting Goods on Airport Road. More>>
The over-crowding in the Burleigh and Morton County's detention centers could be coming to an end. More>>
In this week's Do It Yourself Tip, Jeff Hinz from Kirkwood Ace hardware tells us how to get that extra thatch and old grass out of our yard and also what to look for in a power rake blade. More>>
Some of us need a little help when it comes to selecting a piece of artwork, or redecorating a whole house. In this week's Inside Business Jim Christianson takes us inside Bridget's Room. More>>
They're known as the hitchhiking insect and can wreak havoc on your entire household. More>>
People all over the world are celebrating International Earth Day today.
Minot residents affected by the 2011 flood who applied for a reimbursement will get their money soon.
Experts say many tree will release their pollen at the same time this year.
Forty-three North Dakotans participated in the race. More>>
Kraft Foods announced Sunday that it’s recalling 96,000 pounds of hot dogs because they may have mistakenly contained cheese after a consumer notified the company on Friday. More>>
The former Trinity High School principal accused of starting a fire inside the school in March will appear in court today. More>>
A Bismarck restaurant was broken into early this morning, and the person who did it used a unique disguise.
The Minot Air Force Base says an airman has died in Montana. More>>
Congressman Kevin Cramer announced Grand Forks will be the first unmanned aircraft systems research and test site in the nation. More>>
Police say a Bismarck man sexually assaulted a woman at gunpoint yesterday. More>>
One of the biggest names in the history of music will be playing in Fargo this July. More>>
A Watford City man being held on federal gun charges wants a new attorney. More>>
A North Dakota man is accused of producing counterfeit money in Granville.
Caring for lost and unwanted animals, finding those animals loving homes, and promoting responsible pet ownership, are some of the goals of the Souris Valley Animals Shelter in Minot. More>>
A Williston man was killed last night after crashing his motorcycle into a semi-truck. More>>
The name has been released of the Stanley, North Dakota man who was killed in a vehicle crash Thursday night. More>>
The Roosevelt Park Zoo held their annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday afternoon. More>>
Montana-Dakota Utilities says customers need to prepare for a planned power outage starting Tuesday morning. More>>
Future hall-of-famers showed off their baseball skills at Tatley Park in Bismarck this afternoon. More>>
The Bismarck Community Church held it's second annual Easter Egg Hunt for kids 5th grade and younger. More>>
While some may be thrilled with warmer temperatures, for the residents that live at Rice Lake, that warm up is scary. More>>
The owners of a downtown restaurant are spreading their business philosophy north. More>>
North Dakota utilities scored a win today, according to Attorney General Wayne Stehenjem. More>>
Good Friday means lots of people looking for a fish dish at lunch or dinner, but we have some tips for a healthier meal.
The Obama administration has extended the comment period on the Keystone Pipeline project, and delayed a final decision. More>>
St. Alexius Great Plains Rehabilitation Services is the only provider in North Dakota to be named Quality Respiratory Care Provider. More>>
Cutting vegetables usually takes a lot of time and patience. And, if you're like me, you probably end up cutting you finger when you're in a hurry. More>>
The North Dakota Department of Health has issued it's first emergency order in five years against Dyad Environmental's facility in Killdeer. More>>
A Bismarck woman is representing the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe at the Gathering of Nations Powwow. More>>
The outages, which are expected to last about 10 minutes each, and are required so the company can perform maintenance on the transmission line and substation that serves the area. More>>
Early Friday morning, Minot Police responded to Sports on Tap for a report of a disorderly subject. More>>
Early this morning, Minot police responded to a call that led to an assault on an officer. More>>
National Parks week starts tomorrow, and Theodore Roosevelt National Park wants North Dakotan's to enjoy the war weather with free admission. More>>
The Harlem Globetrotters are making a stop in Minot as part of their "Fans Rule" World Tour. More>>
North Dakota will be receiving 3.1 million dollars from the Department of Agriculture for specialty crops. That's more than a 600 percent increase from last year's funding. Thanks to the recently passed More>>
They have a lot of books with different kinds of stories for people to read. Like those books, there is a story behind the store. More>>
Roosevelt Elementary held a hat and sunglasses day to raise money for Mitch's Mighty Dickinson Riders.
The Bismarck Fire Department responded to a fire an apartment building this afternoon. More>>
Montana Governor, Steve Bullock, stopped by Culbertson to announce a $45 million aid package for Eastern Montana communities impacted by oil development in the Bakken area. More>>
Roosevelt students weren't just fundraising for GABR today, but they also their Penny Wars competition for the BackPack program. More>>
The Heritage Center opens April 28, and will be presenting two new exhibits. More>>
How do you know your child's development is on track. More>>
The search for the new Minot city manager continues. More>>
A man has been found guilty in connection to a murder in Williston in 2013. More>>
In December, an apartment complex under construction in Minot went up in flames, destroying everything. But, the Chateau is finally coming back to life in Southwest Minot. More>>
The winner of the Governor's Award for Travel and Tourism was announced Wednesday in Fargo. More>>
Bridging the gap between the young and old generations in the energy sector was the focus of the Young Professionals this afternoon. More>>
The Burleigh County Dive Team was working with the police, fire and county sheriff's departments to remove a pickup truck from the river all day today.After failed attempts, crews have decided to call More>>
Visit Minot held their annual meeting on Thursday to review what they've done to attract people in the past, and what they need to do to prepare for the future. More>>
The Federal Bureau of Economic Analysis' report on 2013 shows North Dakota's rate of personal growth is three times the national average. More>>
The Burleigh County Dive Team is teaming up with the police, fire and county sheriff's departments to remove a pickup truck from the river today. More>>
The Burleigh County auditor reminds residents of the requirements before voting this election. More>>
The North Dakota University System is helping STEM graduates pay off their debt. More>>
The Bismarck Street Department wants to remind citizens that this week they are conducting street clean-up. More>>
A lack of rail service has created huge backlogs for farmers and commodity elevators trying to get their products to market. A majority of the trains are being used to transport oil. More>>
FEMA is repealing certain rate hikes as part of the Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act of 2014. More>>
Monsignor James Shea's Good Friday sermon will be available online.
Ashton and other children at Wachter are surrounded by a support team dedicated to their success. That certainly helps lighten a family's load. More>>
Energy leaders from N and S Daktoa will be meeting in Bismarck tomorrow to disucss the EPA CO2 rules. More>>
One of the most talked about issues to come out of the last legislative session has been silenced. More>>
Mortenson Construction says they will finish the court on Sunday, but it needs a week to set before people can play on it. More>>
VCE offers free help to seniors in their homes, and they are looking for caregivers.
The Minot transit service is looking for bus drivers.
AT&T is using a dual-layered 4G approach. While the old 4G network handles calls, the new 4G LTE network is delivering faster data capabilities. More>>
Powers Lake students are taking fundraising matters into their own hands.
More than $1,500 worth of items were stolen from a 25-year-old Bismarck man's vehicle on West Main Avenue in Bismarck. More>>
A Bismarck woman was arrested for child neglect after a school employee smelled alcohol on her breath. More>>
Work on the $40.3 million construction project at Minot International Airport is officially underway, thanks to Mother Nature.
One locally owned hardware store is literally bursting at the seams and will soon be expanding to a second location. In this week's Inside Business Jim Christianson takes a look at Kirkwood Ace Hardware. More>>
A Mandan man led officers on a high speed chase across two counties. More>>
The PED virus will be impacting consumers because if pig herds are reduced, shortages will happen. And those shortages will drive bacon and ham prices higher at the supermarket. More>>
A downtown restaurant is putting its own spin on small plates, and a Mandan business owner is playing rock and roll while serving cups of joe. More>>
A judge's decision in Minnesota, followed by an arbitrator's ruling made a major impact on the Minot State football program. Today, Todd Hoffner had to decide if he's staying in Minot or taking his former job back as head football coach at Minnesota State. More>>
Williston College hosted the 14th Annual Marketplace for Kids. More>>
A woman is dead after her car collided with a pickup on Highway 83. More>>
AT&T provided $23,000 in grants to educational programs that will benefit people across the state. More>>
April is Call Before You Dig month, which encourages contractors and homeowners to call 811 two days before starting any project that involves digging. More>>
The Abused Adult Resource Center (AARC) is warning people to be cautious of anyone showing up at their door claiming to be raising money for the organization. More>>
This is the fifth counterfeit report in the last week. More>>
If you miss the filing deadline, tax preparers say there are things you can do to get an extension. More>>
A Minnesota man was sentenced to 20-years in prison for his part in a online business that lead to two deaths and five hospitalizations. More>>
Farmers and ranchers who suffered livestock losses may soon have relief. More>>
Tribal representatives from across the state are in Bismarck to discuss environmental concerns. More>>
Reports of an outbreak OF the EHV1 virus in Minnesota and North Dakota have owners worried their horses could be next. More>>
A Mountrail County truck driver faces criminal charges in connection with illegally dumping oil drilling waste. More>>
A Moorhead man will serve 16-years in prison for serving as co-leader in a drug ring. More>>
At the Ukrainian Cultural Institute in Dickinson, painting Easter eggs is a bit more detailed for one employee.
The Turtle Mountain Judicial Board says two judges and a clerk of court face formal charges that could result in impeachment. More>>
A Bismarck man will serve 14-years after being convicted for multiple charges including manslaughter. More>>
Scranton's Kat Perkins made it through the first round of the playoffs on the hit NBC show "The VOICE!" More>>
Depending on the college, class attendance can be mandatory or voluntary. More>>
Scranton's Kat Perkins will be back on the hit NBC show "The VOICE!" tonight. More>>
White separatist Craig Cobb confirmed he is friends with the man who went on the shooting rampage in Kansas City on Sunday. More>>
A near car crash left a woman scared for her life, but the almost accident was not the cause. More>>
On Thursday night, Tioga city officials were alerted of chemicals, including anti-freeze, may have been used in the Tioga townhomes complex in an attempt to thaw their water pipes. More>>
Jason Starck announced he is seeking a seat on the Bismarck Parks and Recreation Board of Directors. More>>
To raise money for research of the disease, a walk will be held in Bismarck May 3. And a kick-off event is happening tonight at Taco Del Mar from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
On this week's Main Street Minute we will have an inside look at Francesca's Collections.
Bismarck Public Library is kicking off National Library Week with events for all ages. More>>
A Minot officer was nearly hit by a car early this morning. More>>
Three more reports of counterfeit bills have been turned in to the police. More>>
A change in leadership took place today for the North Dakota National Guard Army Component Command. More>>
A group of three guys has decided to make a journey from North Dakota...all the way to St. Petersburg, Florida. And believe it or not, they're doing it all on bikes. Now, this road trip isn't just for More>>
Leather vests and motorcycles filled the Ramkota this weekend for the 34th Annual Freedom Riders Bike Show. More>>