Federal Disaster Aid has been made available for the state, tribal and local recovery efforts affected by severe storms and flooding. More>>
Senator Heitkamp and Colonel Daniel Koprowski, one of the heads of the Army Corps of Engineers, met with area leaders for an update the progress of current projects and plans for permanent flood protection for the entire region. More>>
Twenty percent of the country's electricity will come from wind generation by the year 2030 according to a projection from the Department of Energy. More>>
Yesterday's report on the grain train shipments showed improvements on current backlogs, but there's more work to be done. More>>
The second Williston senior apartments are now finished.
Professionals who work with vulnerable adults are required to report any suspected abuse or neglect. More>>
The acting director from the White House Office of Drug Control Policy was in Minot today to release the 2014 Northern Border Counter-Narcotics Strategy to reduce the flow of drugs into the U.S. from Canada. More>>
William Kiefer is back in jail for yet another violation of his parole. More>>
For Paul and Devanni Pearson, chiropractic care is a way of life. More>>
The Coyotes football program is optimistic about a new season with new coaches from freshman all the way up to varsity. More>>
Sixty percent of Americans are eligible to donate blood, but only five percent actually do. And in the summer time, that number dips even lower creating a critical need for blood donors all over the U.S. and here in North Dakota.
Police are investigating the death of a one-year-old child following an accident on a North Dakota Indian Reservation. More>>
Just one month ago, Olivia Erickson became the fourth baby to have her cochlear implant activated in Minot. Now, she can hear her family. More>>
A 23-year-old man was killed last night after jumping into the Missouri River. More>>
The name has been released of the Portland, North Dakota cyclist who was killed on Friday night after being hit by a pick-up truck. More>>
If you've spent any time in a hospital cafeteria, you know it's not the most visually appealing place on the planet. But, there's a group of women who are doing their part to make the cafeteria at Sanford Health a little brighter.
If you've spent any time in a hospital cafeteria, you know it's not the most visually appealing place on the planet. But, there's a group of women who are doing their part to make the cafeteria at Sanford Health a little brighter.More>>
Twice a week, athletes in the Bismarck/Mandan area gather to practice a sport that involves skating around a rink and knocking into people. More>>
The heavy rain yesterday created problems for communities all across central North Dakota, and some areas had it worse than others. More>>
North Dakota's airports handled a record number of passengers in July, and analysts say the numbers will continue to be sky high. More>>
A 54-year-old man was shot and killed last night on the one hundred block of Bismarck Expressway. More>>
High school football teams are starting to get into full pads for practice. More>>
Gray skies and falling rain didn't stop runners from getting out for the annual Burli-Mot Half Marathon. More>>