Saturday, members of the community will come together to bring a little joy into the lives of children in need.
Thanks to First National Bank and Trust, the Minot Park District will be expanding its cross country skiing program this winter. More>>
But at Burdick Job Corps Center, today was graduation day. Family and friends came out today to watch as Burdick students walked the line for their diplomas. More>>
With all the arguments about illegal immigration, it should be noted that millions of people have come to the U.S. through the front door.
It was a packed house at Roosevelt Park Zoo for Military Appreciation Day, but it wasn't just the zoo giving back to the community. More>>
Events for BSC's 75 Live celebration will be moved to the National Energy Center of Excellence due to the weather, but the rain hasn't affected the anniversary's schedule.
Vivian, the pink fire truck, and stock car racers made an appearance in honor of the Drive to Survive Meet and Greet Event at the Bismarck Cancer Center. More>>
After finishing up at St. Mary's high school Tom Eberly spent a few weeks in Africa before coming home and moving to New Mexico. More>>
The Environmental Protection Agency has rented space in Bismarck for their Criminal Investigation Division. More>>
North Dakota native Kat Perkins is performing in Medora today, as she kicks off her Midwestern concert tour. More>>
Aaron Knodel is facing five counts of soliciting a minor. More>>
Two sisters from Bismarck decided to take a hobby and turn it into a business.
University of Mary students will have the chance to study in Peru next year. More>>
After the 2011 flood, some Minot residents came together to establish the Welcome Table, an organization with a goal to nurture, guide and serve all people, providing for their unmet needs. More>>
Labor Day Weekend is just around the corner, and while you're deciding which event to attend, the North Dakota Safety Council wants to remind you to party safely. More>>
The Bison and UND are set to play at the Fargodome Sept. 19, 2015. The contract also includes a game in 2019. More>>
Preliminary work has begun on the 2015 Ward County Budget, and it's expected to pass last year's total of $45 Million. More>>
If you were looking forward to this weekend's Festival on Main, we have some bad news. More>>
This week, the Williston Police Department arrested Brittany Foote, who escaped from Mercy Medical Center back in early July. More>>
The annual police department and fire department competition was held today at Off-It Field in Williston. More>>
The North Dakota Secretary of State's office announced today the pharmacy petition has enough signatures to be placed on the November ballot. More>>
Kids sometimes have trouble fitting in, but as MomsEveryday correspondent Liz Hayes explains, sometimes they just need a chance to branch out. More>>
The USDA has awarded more than $255,000 in 2014 Team Nutrition Grants to North Dakota. More>>
More than $2,100 worth of eyeglasses were stolen from Kirkwood Mall last week. More>>
One of the candidates for North Dakota Ag Commissioner made a stop in the Magic City today. More>>
Rain, rain, go away. At least that's what some farmers are saying.
When you take over a business and give it a new name, there are always some things to work out. So it was for a salon in Bismarck, which was ready to chart its own course and attract new clients.
Thanks to a Department of Housing and Urban Development grant, more than $45,000 will help the Community Action Partnership of Minot continue its goal of empowering families and individuals to increase their self-sufficiency and improve their overall quality of life. More>>
Ranchers are usually busy with their cattle but they're taking a break to teach seventeen cattle specialists from Kazakhstan. More>>
New Minot State University students and their parents lined up to meet their resident assistant and get keys to their dorms. More>>
The Department of Mineral Resources has scheduled a hearing to talk about transporting crude oil. It was prompted by discussions of well site conditioning, or treating crude oil prior to shipping it. More>>
Currently, regulating and inspecting the rail system falls under the jurisdiction of the federal government, but a regulator is looking to change that. More>>
The Williams County Commission is looking for a way to more fully fund law enforcement, rural firefighters,and EMTs. More>>
In this week's Family Focus, Haleigh Rosa stopped by Edgewood Vista, a facility that helps people stay independent for as long as they can. More>>
William Kiefer appeared in court once again today in Morton County. More>>
Another step forward for the Enbridge pipeline, all comments and suggestions for the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission, who is reviewing the pipeline's routes, were due today. More>>
The school year is here, and that means bus rides to school, but what happens if there's an accident? More>>
It's back-to-school season again. College students from 75 tribal nations were present at the United Tribes Technical College's fall semester orientation day. More>>
The North Dakota Highway Patrol released the name of the young girl who was killed on Tuesday evening. More>>
The wheat harvest may have begun. And if the rain holds off, yields look to be promising this year, but quality issues are now a factor for local producers. More>>
Professionals who work with vulnerable adults are required to report any suspected abuse or neglect. More>>
To prevent fatal accidents, the North Dakota Highway Patrol will be conducting an alcohol saturation in Burleigh and Morton counties.
We all have the tendency to get stressed out. Moms Everyday correspondent Rachel Phillips offers some easy ways to loosen up. More>>
The good news keeps coming in for job growth in North Dakota. Recent numbers show that the state's employed workforce jumped by almost 25,000 since the beginning of the year. More>>
The democratic candidate for tax commissioner wants some students to be reimbursed for any interest they pay on their student loans. More>>
Williston continues to grow, which affects the fire department. The city is looking to add another fire hall to help overcrowding and response time. More>>
The society has films dating back from 1915 to present day. More>>
Today, Catholic Health Initiatives and St. Alexius Medical Center have signed a definitive agreement for St. Alexius to become a direct affiliate of the CHI system. More>>
Learning state geography can be as fun as solving a puzzle. More>>
Another saltwater spill has been reported about 15 miles east of Williston. More>>
The Oil and Gas Division of the Department of Mineral Resources has scheduled a special hearing to address the transportation safety and marketability of crude oil. More>>
This year Turtle Lake-Mercer Elementary students are learning a whole new meaning for the word change. More>>
Yesterday, was the first day many North Dakota farmers were able to fire up their combines and cut winter wheat. Rain has postponed the start of harvest season for many producers by a couple of weeks. More>>
Yesterday's report on the grain train shipments showed improvements on current backlogs, but there's more work to be done. More>>
Hundreds of people bike across the country every year to raise money and awareness for various causes. Right now, a pair from Arizona is pedaling through North Dakota. But there is something different about these cyclists. More>>
A six-year-old girl, from Rolla, is dead after a man accidentally hit her yesterday evening.
MomsEveryday correspondent Amanda Lanum shares ways to save a big chunk of change.
Another oil spill has been reported. The North Dakota Department of Health says the spill occurred six miles southeast of Westhope. More>>
Imagine knowing how long the wait-time at your clinic is, getting vaccination reminders or scheduling appointments without having to leave the comfort of your own home. More>>
A Highway Patrol trooper took third in a national competition in Pennsylvania.
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>>
If you're not familiar with HR lingo, a Talent Acquisition Specialist is someone who's hired by the hospital to recruit employees. And now, they're on the hunt for nurses. More>>
The University of Mary is ninth in the preseason women's soccer coaches poll in the Northern Sun. More>>
Four days ago, heavy rains caused flash flooding in some rural communities. Like many homeowners, residents near Marshall say the damage is overwhelming, and they're nowhere close to getting back to normal.
The second Williston senior apartments are now finished.
Two KFYR employees were in jail today, along with about a hundred other people. But they didn't do anything wrong, they were helping to raise money for the March of Dimes through the annual jail and bail fundraiser. More>>
The Mandan school district is growing. Red Trail Elementary will open it's doors Monday morning and welcome nearly 300 students. More>>
A traffic stop closed exit 161 on I-94 Monday afternoon after police stopped a Minnesota man for suspicion of impaired driving. 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>>
Although students may not be ready for the school year to start, Harlow's Busing company says its drivers are ready to take them there anyway. More>>
If your body carries the gene of a potentially deadly disease would you want to know? Well, there's a service out there that's helping people decide. Genetic counselors are there to meet with people to talk through their family history. More>>
William Kiefer is back in jail for yet another violation of his parole. More>>
A 22-year-old Minnesota . man is dead after totaling his Chevy HHR near Hillsboro.
Police say another incident of vandalism was reported in Bismarck. More>>
Going crazy asking your kids to clean up or do their chores? Moms Everyday correspondent Katie Kuenkel has a tip that may make them more complaint. 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>>
Flash floods on Saturday caused a lot damage across the the central part of the state and residents in Beulah are worried it might not be over. More>>
The Heritage Center has been expanding, and by the time it's complete it will be nearly double its original size. Which can pose issues for people with mobility challenges. But now, they can have access to a scooter or wheelchair. More>>
The State Historical Society is giving visitors the ability to find images, documents, video and oral history with the power of their fingertips. More>>
Montana- Dakota Utilities announced there will be a planned power outage for Battleview, McGregor, Wildrose, Hamlet and Powers Lake today and tomorrow. More>>
The effects of last year's harsh winter conditions are lingering on the state's railways as recovery is slow for the two rail companies operating in North Dakota. 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.
A 41-year-old man was arrested this morning after an altercation at the Budget Inn. More>>
Police are investigating the death of a one-year-old child following an accident on a North Dakota Indian Reservation. More>>
Bismarck police arrested a 23-year-old woman after finding a meth lab in her home. 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>>
Welcome House agency has hired a new executive director and board members say they're thrilled. More>>
The Mandan Police Department received a couple reports of new scams.
Police have identified the man who was killed in Bismarck over the weekend as Kelly Smith, 54. More>>
The first day of classes at Minot State University are a little more than a week away.
MomsEveryday correspondent Taryn Vanderford shares two easy to make recipes. 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>>
The Heritage Center is offering an exhibit to visitors that has 70 pieces of art reflecting the state's culture.
North Dakota and South Dakota celebrate the same birthday. Both states were admitted to the union on the same day.The pen that President Benjamin Harrison used on November 2nd, 1889 to split Dakota Territory into North and South states was on display in the Heritage Center. More>>
In the past 125 years North Dakota has seen it's share of bad weather, so no one was surprised when it rained on the statehood anniversary celebration today. But the steady showers and cloudy skies didn't dampen the spirits of the hearty souls who showed up on the capitol grounds to be part of history.
Anniversary guests are encouraged to stop by the Heritage Center to see a new exhibit created just for the anniversary celebration. More>>
Rep. Scott Louser says he will present a bill during the next Legislative session to allocate about a million dollars to Minot to hire contractors to clean up flood damaged properties. More>>
With two stages hosting more than a dozen performers throughout the day, there was a lot of setting up to do. More>>
Washington state's request for support and resources from the North Dakota National Guard was canceled this afternoon. More>>
Police have identified the individual responsible for the bomb threat at Williston Airport yesterday. More>>
The oldest education building that is still standing is more than 90 years old. More>>
A North Dakota Industrial Commission order aimed to cut down natural gas flaring, will go into affect on October 1.
They might be from a different part of the country, but executives from a coal company are visiting the state to share their knowledge and research for creating cleaner burning power plants. More>>
Runners and bacon aren't a traditional pair, but Aetna's Relay for Life Team says the combination will raise money for charity. More>>
Williston schools will see at least 280 new students this year and that number is expected to rise further, so more classroom space is needed. More>>
An incident at the Williston airport caused a shut down. More>>
The U.S.S. North Dakota is one step closer to its commissioning at the end of October. More>>
In this segment MomsEveryday correspondent Taryn Vanderford shows us how to make breakfast banana pops. More>>
Two West Fargo teens are on their way back from North Carolina, where police say they were being held against their will and forced to sell magazines. More>>
A Garrison woman was pushed from a moving car early Thursday morning.
A 16-year-old teen admitted to committing a crime we told you about earlier this week.
A large window was shot out with a BB gun at a Bismarck business. More>>
Today, visitors at Urban Harvest got a chance to look at and vote for several ideas on what downtown Bismarck could look like. More>>
Adjusting to the civilian lifestyle after serving for the country can be difficult. The National Guard's Military Service Center had an open house to show visitors the programs and services available to make that transition easier. More>>
North Dakota does not currently charge a tax, but they say that 36 other states in the country do, and they want to stop it from happening before it becomes an issue. Today, kicked off their vote yes on Measure 2 campaign. More>>
A local business put on an extra "sweet" event to raise money for North Dakota kids through the Children's Miracle Network. More>>
Around two weeks ago, Williston Public School District One needed to hire 19 teachers for this fall.With school starting in a couple days, the district has almost filled all of the necessary positions for this school year.
Traveling numbers for the state are sky high, as airports report a record number of passengers for July. More>>
A team of North Dakota National Guard soldiers respond to a request for resources from Washington due to the overwhelming wildfires in the state and West Coast region.
The PSC approved the companies applications, in October, but the locations of turbines changed. More>>
In North Dakota, passing hundreds of bales of hay while driving on the highway is nothing unfamiliar, but in certain conditions, hay bales could be dangerous. More>>
Toddlers from New Discovery Montessori school went on a field trip to Basin Electric Cooperative garden today. More>>
Williams County has recently seen a rise in the amount of people owning land without compliance. More>>
A warm embrace for some North Dakota National Guard soldiers last night, family and friends gathered at Hector International Airport to welcome back their returning heroes. More>>
Speaker John Boehner will be in North Dakota tomorrow. More>>
A hand gun was stolen from unlocked car parked on the 500 block of West Ave. A. More>>
It's always exciting when a new school opens. That's the case this year for Liberty Elementary in Bismarck. More>>
It's been over a year since the seizure of 157 horses from William Kiefer, and the news that he has purchased another horse has angered a 129 of the sick and injured horses were sent to the Triple H Horse Rescue in Mandan. More>>
With thousands of mineral acres up for lease, the workload at the Mountrail County Courthouse is overwhelming the employees. More>>
Jamestown police have found a 42 year old woman who has been missing since yesterday.
More than 800 volunteers spent their day giving back for the United Way's Day of Caring.
One man is dead after a fatal accident in McKenzie County this morning.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection discovered nearly $37,000 worth of counterfeit items in a rail container in Portal, N.D. More>>
On Monday night, Dean Neiderklopfer was taken off life support and died of severe brain trauma at Trinity Hospital in Minot. More>>
North Dakota reeled in more fishing licenses in 2013 to 2014 than in any other year. More>>
The Ebola virus has been in the news a lot lately, but if you haven't done your research, you may not know what the virus can actually do to the body. More>>
North Prairie Rural Water District is asking all rural water users south, southeast and southwest of the radar base to conserve water usage until noon on August 13. More>>
A 52-year-old man was arrested after a group of authorities conducted a sex offender enforcement operation.
A set of metal bleachers were stolen from the Missouri Valley Fairgrounds. More>>
Bismarck Americans coach Brad Miller says he thought Bronx New York was the most talented team in the 12-year old Cal Ripken World Series. More>>
Moms Everyday correspondent Pat Persaud gives us a lesson in diner education. More>>
Jamestown police are looking for a 42-year-old woman who has been missing since yesterday. More>>
A 22-year-old woman was arrested last night for driving under the influence with a one year old on her lap and two other children in the car.
They're often referred to as the backbone of the healthcare system. But when nurses work long shifts and are constantly bombarded with distractions, they can burn out pretty quickly.
For the second time in two days, North Dakota's Public Service Commissioner was in the Magic City. More>>
Women will be taking over the big lake Saturday at the 13th annual Women on Water Walleye Derby out at White Earth Bay, east of Williston. More>>
For many college students, going to class doesn't always mean sitting in a classroom, sometimes it means sitting in front of a computer. More>>
Minot teachers acted as students today at the Grand Hotel. More>>
Bismarck Motor Companies is starting to build a new three building complex on the corner of Highway 83 and 57th Ave. More>>
The world of veterinary medicine is changing rapidly and local vets are keeping up with the times. More>>
We're about a third of the way through August, summer is coming to a close, but things haven't slowed down for the Minot Park District. More>>
A growing city also means growing families. A hospital in Dickinson is close to reaching a record number of births. More>>
A man who was previously convicted of animal neglect was in Burleigh County court today to post bond. More>>
A new school year brings new students, and for Bismarck State College,it also brings $93,000 in grant money More>>
The North Dakota Water Commission has implemented stricter use restrictions on a well known recreational area that have been popular for decades. More>>
The Bismarck Americans will play for the championship at the Cal Ripken World Series after beating Santa Fe, Fla. 11-1 in the semi-finals on Tuesday.