Basin Electric has received final approval from two federal agencies to start construction that will move electricity to the Bakken region.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is issuing 12,000 fewer deer gun licenses than it did a year ago. More>>
The North Dakota A.P. Sportscasters Sportswriters Association has conducted the third AAA AA football polls of the season. More>>
A small town has lost a vital emergency service. In a medical emergency, not having an ambulance can be a nightmare. More>>
It is a scary story that has a happy ending for one pet owner. Taylor Zent and his dog Scooter were participating in the Toys for Tot's shop and ride fundraiser this past Sunday. More>>
The state's oil and gas division is monitoring an incident at an oil and gas well in Mountrail County, north of White Earth. More>>
Two people died in a car crash this morning westbound on I-94 in Gladstone. More>>
State universities are held to a high standard for education. And when U.S. News and World Report had their best colleges ranking, one North Dakota University made it near the top. More>>
Minot police say they're investigating what they call a suspicious death. More>>
The enterovirus is affecting children across the country, but what does it mean for North Dakota?
A favorite town tradition was announced to not continue this year after the city and BNSF wasn't able to come up with a resolution regarding safety.
A 59-year-old man is dead after a train collision in Ward County early this morning. More>>
It's against the law to pass a school bus loading or unloading children, but some drivers commit this crime putting children's lives in danger. More>>
Seven North Dakota airports will undergo improvements after they split $6.2 million in federal funding. More>>
New numbers show North Dakota students are some of the best in the country when it comes to taking the ACT test. More>>
More than 30 bikers revved and rumbled their way to the south Walmart in Bismarck Sunday afternoon, and it may surprise you what section they headed to. More>>
You know autumn is coming when Papa's Pumpkin Patch opens for the season. More>>
Community leaders in Minot came together Saturday at the Roosevelt Park Zoo to lend a hand to those in need, and remember the life of DaySun Gross. More>>
As Bismarck continues to grow, it's more important than ever to keep the school systems up to speed and that's exactly why people headed to Hughes Educational Center Sunday afternoon. More>>
It was a night of mixed emotions in Westhope. After months of fundraising and planning, community members, family and friends headed out to the Westhope Cemetery for the dedication of their town's new Christmas Box Angel. More>>
More than one hundred and fifty people showed up bright and early to Sertoma Park to raise money for the Bismarck Cancer Center. More>>
With weather as unpredictable as North Dakota's, it's important to stay informed and ready for anything.That's why the National Weather Service in Bismarck held an open house on Saturday for the first time since 2007. More>>
September 8th through the 13th is National Suicide Prevention Week. And all over the country, groups have come together to help raise awareness about it. More>>
A North Dakota coalition is looking to make communities more safe and strong. More>>
Bismarck Beer Fest helps spread the name of breweries, like DeSchutes, that's based out of Oregon.
Bismarck's Autumnfest Parade is back on, according to city leaders, and will take place as scheduled on September 20th. The parade was canceled earlier this month, as trains will no longer stop for the parade. More>>
As the nation honors the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the Century High art and music departments hosted members of the National Guard. More>>
You've probably heard the phrase about building a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door. When someone invents a new product or improves on an old one, he or she might strike it rich, and the rest of us wish we would have come up with the idea. More>>
As time goes by it's easy for items to take up space when they are no longer used. More>>
The oil industry continued to reach record highs in terms of oil production in July, as companies prepare for flaring regulations in October. More>>
It can be difficult to get noticed when applying for a job. The Gary Tharaldson School of Business is teaming up with the Chamber of Commerce to bring more resources to people wanting to break into the business field. More>>
A collection box full of money was stolen from Cathedral of the Holy Spirit Church in Bismarck Thursday afternoon.
Elections are a few months away, but you'll want to check your driver's license before heading to the polls.
In honor of 9-11 and those who lost their lives in the global war on terror, the national guard hosted a remembrance event in Bismarck tonight. More>>
North Dakota has a no tolerance policy for telemarketers, but residents are still receiving those calls. The Attorney General is trying to stop mobile carriers from allowing these calls to go through. More>>
A Northridge Elementary teacher is getting more help than she ever could have dreamed of. Bismarck Public School's annual Apple Dash and Team Myla are honoring Sherry Berreth as she fights colon cancer. More>>
Thousands of people will converge on downtown Bismarck for the annual street fair. Parking will be hard to come by. More>>
The Capital Area Transit, is making some changes to their route that they say will benefit students and staff at United Tribes Technical College. More>>
A rare virus suspected of sickening children across the country, has caught the attention of the state's Health Department. More>>
Despite reports showing improvements on the backlog of grain cars, North Dakota's Senators pushed for continued relief at a commerce hearing in Washington, D.C., Wednesday.
Many people want to invest their money later in life. That also makes people targets for scams. More>>
With increased traffic at the state's airports, the U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded six grants totaling $1.3 million to make improvements to runways, terminals, and fuel facilities.
A group of about 300 airmen and airwomen from Minot Air Force Base will be returning home today. More>>
The Bureau of Land Management and USDA Forest Service are having trouble finding their employees housing. And to solve that issue they brought in the help of another government agency to help save tax payer's dollars. More>>
A joyful day for a group of airmen and their families from Minot Air Force Base. More>>
The oil boom in the western part of the state has made an impression on a variety of industries and communities, and one study is looking to quantify that impact. More>>
The North Dakota A.P. Sportscasters Sportswriters Association has conducted the second Class-A and 9-Man football polls of the season. Defending champions remain on top. More>>
Bismarck school bus riders will see more big changes in their routes. The district already changed bus stop criteria, and now additional routes are in the works. More>>
Medical reporter Mark Charter tells us about a virus that's giving parents even more of a reason to teach their children about hygiene. More>>
We have the lowest unemployment rate, but we also have some of the highest housing costs in the nation. More>>
A 28-year-old man was arrested for multiple charges after police pulled him over for an equipment violation. More>>
Ryan Taylor, the Democratic candidate for Ag Commissioner, announced Wednesday he wants to lower loan interest rates for students across North Dakota who attend two and four-year colleges and universities. More>>
Different pets come in and out of the Lewis and Clark Animal Hospital daily, but today they were visited by a bald eagle. More>>
The Cameron facility in Louisiana would be the second to export the gas to countries that do not have a free trade agreement. More>>
The Mott-Regent School Board says they've learned from their mistake and say it won't happen again. More>>
Two vehicles were stolen from the Fulkerson's Funeral Home in Williston this morning. More>>
North Dakota Ag Commissioner Doug Goehring unveiled a program Tuesday he says will help export the state's agriculture products. More>>
George Sinner proposes that pell grants be increased as tuition increases.
A window was stolen from a house on University Drive Tuesday night. More>>
Two televisions were stolen from a new hotel sometime Tuesday night or Wednesday morning. More>>
After 20 years of volunteership, the AmeriCorps State and National are celebrating their anniversary with what do they best: volunteering. More>>
As summer winds down, highway construction ramps up. More>>
It's not just smaller-scale home gardens that could be impacted by overnight frosts, some crops across the state could also be damaged by cold temperatures. More>>
Medical professionals say North Dakota's doctor shortage is only getting worse. Administrators say the Bismarck Career Academy is able to address it by graduating more Certified Nursing Assistants. More>>
From the water cooler to that coffee pot and microwave in the break room, germs are in no shortage while you're at work. More>>
Today, 65 employees from regional coops and members of TouchStone Energy discussed concerns facing the industry such as increased loads in the Bakken, and to celebrate the community values of a cooperative. More>>
With oil production reaching over one million barrels per day, banks in that part of the state have seen their own kind of boom. More>>
A 30-year-old Mandan man has been charged with human trafficking. More>>
A car driver and two students are injured after the car struck a school bus this morning five miles south of Lisbon. More>>
Choosing an online class over a traditional class has many benefits, but students might miss out on hands-on learning opportunities. More>>
In this week's Inside Business Jim Christianson takes us inside Agency MABU. More>>
In this week's "Do it yourself" tip, Jeff Hinz shows us a few ways to keep those pesky wasps away.Ther are a number of ways to keep the wasps away.
The North Dakota A.P. Sportscasters Sportswriters Association has conducted the second AAA AA football polls of the season. Fargo South and Bismarck St.Mary's remain the top ranked teams in the voting. More>>
Anything from a possible sales tax increase, future roadway plans, growth projections to school and park concerns, city officials are hoping to give residents piece of mind. More>>
If breast cancer is detected early, the survival rate can be higher than 90 percent. And a new service that's making early detection even easier. More>>
Legacy High School students say just because they don't have a school building yet doesn't mean they can't starting building school traditions.
Grocery shopping can be a frustrating for residents. They say the crowd of people and not enough supply can make shopping that much harder.
If you live in McKenzie County, the Public Service Commission wants to hear your thoughts on a proposed eight-inch pipeline next Monday, Sept. 15. More>>
Nearly forty members of the North Dakota National Guard have been Kosovo since January. More>>
Voters can expect eight measures on November's election ballot, which is high, but it is not completely unheard of says North Dakota State Secretary Al Jaeger. More>>
Papa's Pumpkin Patch will reopen for it's 32nd season on Sept. 14. More>>
Feet were grooving to the beat at the North Dakota State Fairgrounds this weekend . People in the Minot area came out to help set the state record for the biggest zumba event in North Dakota. More>>
A kitten purchased from Amy's Pet Parade pet store in Minot has tested positive for rabies. More>>
Training sessions bring to mind big conference rooms, lectures and power points. Firefighters take a more hands on approach. More>>
Several hundred people turned out at Roosevelt Park in Minot.
A 39-year-old woman says her daughter tried to stab her. More>>
Five train cars derailed in Dickinson early this morning near the West Dakota Gas Station. More>>
Residents in Dickinson are being asked to conserve water starting September 8th. More>>
It's probably too early for most of us to think about winter, but power plant operators have been thinking about it all summer. More>>
Four cities in North Dakota held the annual Walk MS fundraiser and more than 500 people showed up to represent the Bismarck Mandan area at Sertoma Park. More>>
On Liberty Elementary's first day of school in its brand new building, more than 500 students along with families, and city leaders attended an opening day ceremony. More>>
If you have insurance, you can get back many things that you lose, such as a car or a house. But no matter how well you're covered, some things just can't be replaced because they're one of a kind and have sentimental value. More>>
In this weeks Dan's Garden, Dan Cashman shows off one Bismarck yard with some unique foliage. More>>
Partnering with the state's National Guard, the D.O.T. will have many interactive learning stations with simulated rural towns for teen drivers between the ages 14 and 18. More>>
The North Dakota National Guard tests some of its soldiers on their mental and physical endurance in a special competition. So, there's definitely something special about the one who comes out on top. More>>
Last year's teacher of the year appeared in court today on corruption or solicitation of a minor charges. More>>
A new fertilizer plant will be coming to Jamestown in the next few years. More>>
State Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger is taking a leave of absence to deal with his personal issues with alcohol abuse. But the work doesn't stop while he's gone. More>>
We've reported time and time again on the lack of space in schools and daycares, but that's not the case for the head start program at BECEP.
North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem filed a Cease and Desist Order against a business who was conducting invoice scams. More>>
Elementary school students from all over Bismarck were invited to Youth Day at United Tribes Technical College's annual Powwow. More>>
A few North Dakota National Guard soldiers are returning home today after serving nearly eight months in Afghanistan. More>>
Gov. Jack Dalrymple today appointed North Dakota Assistant Attorney General Troy Thomas Seibel to be commissioner of the North Dakota Department of labor and human rights. More>>
The North Dakota Department of Human Services will be hosting a 5K run/walk in Cottonwood Park this Sunday. More>>
The Consensus Council and the Bush Foundation awarded grants to eight organizations across the state.
Dan Cashman takes us to one Bismarck home whose pear trees are ripe for the picking. More>>
In this week's Inside Business Jim Christianson takes us inside J&R Vacuum & Sewing. More>>