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Driver Killed in Train Collision

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A driver of a pickup was killed early this morning after the vehicle was struck by a train. More>>

Minot Police Investigating Gunshot

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Authorities are investigating what could have lead up to a man's gunshot wound. More>>

Flu in State Fair Pigs Video included

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Three pigs exhibited at the North Dakota State Fair last week have tested positive for an influenza strain that can be transmitted to humans. More>>

Mold Chases Tenants from Home

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Minot city officials estimate there are close to 200 debilitated zombie homes still standing in the Magic City. More>>

Sentencing in Kidnapping Case Video included

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A man who plead guilty to two counts of aggravated assault and kidnapping will serve 12 years in prison. More>>

Plan for Williston's New High School Video included

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The plan for a new $56.5 million dollar high school in Williston is moving forward. More>>

Roosevelt Park Improvements Video included

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Minot's Roosevelt Park is known for its walking trails, zoo a large swimming pool, but after the Minot Forestry Department completes two of their latest projects it will be the destination for even more activities. More>>

ATV in River - Updated Information Video included

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It turns out the ATV that ended up in the Mouse River in Minot Thursday was not unoccupied when the accident happened.  Today, Minot Police report two girls were on the 4-wheeler when it crashed down the embankment and became submerged. More>>

Fair Pigs Test Positive for Influenza

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Three pigs exhibited at the North Dakota State Fair last week have tested positive for an influenza strain that can be transmitted to humans. More>>

ATV in River Video included

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Rescue crews fished a four-wheeler out of the Mouse River today. More>>

Searching for Teachers

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Preliminary enrollment numbers for Williston Public Schools are about 100 students higher than the start of last school year --- and officials expect that to double by the first day of school. More>>

Teachers Wrap Up Writing Institute Video included

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Even though school is out for the summer, teachers from all over the region have spent the better part of July preparing for next school year through the Northern Plains Writing Project program. More>>

Business Beat 7-31-14 Video included

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Menards looks to be finalizing plans to bring a sight like this to Williston soon.  More>>

Peace Garden in Bloom Video included

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For more than 80 years, the International Peace Garden has been a blooming symbol of friendship between the US and Canada. Sitting astride the border separating North Dakota from Manitoba, the garden brings together woodlands, ponds, grassland, and amazing gardens to make its point. More>>

Saltwater Spills in Region Video included

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Two spills have dumped thousands of gallons of brine and oil on land in Mountrail and Bottineau Counties in the past day. More>>

Building Updates for Minot Schools

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Get ready to start seeing work around the Minot Public School district... More>>

Women in Business

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Dozens of local business women gathered at the Grand Hotel in Minot today to learn some tips about how to make their businesses more profitable. More>>

Eye on Agriculture: Centennial Farm Video included

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Across North Dakota, farmers are gearing up for what could be a big harvest.But before harvest hits at one farm near Makoti, there's a special celebration scheduled. More>>

Habitat House Under Construction Video included

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Going from almost zero to five hundred volunteers in a year is quite the accomplishment for Roxy Volk. More>>

Saltwater Spills in Area Tuesday

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Two spills have dumped thousands of gallons of brine and oil on land in Mountrail and Bottineau Counties in the past day. More>>

Crop Progress Video included

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Crops across North Dakota got a much-needed shot of rain last week. More>>

Registering for School Video included

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It's almost here...The 2014-2015 school year is less than a month away, and districts around the region are trying to get a handle on just how many kids will come through the doors on that first day. More>>

Minot Water Treatments Video included

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Tap water in the Minot area may carry an odor over the next several days. More>>

Music Camp Wrapping Up Season Video included

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Another season of music is coming to an end at the International Music Camp. More>>

World Record Fish Caught Video included

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When most fisherman cast out their line, they hope to reel in a big whopper, but one nine year old from Velva hit the jackpot. More>>

Sentence on Assault Charge

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A Belcourt man has been sentenced to 33 months in federal prison for assault with a deadly weapon. More>>

Minot Man Arrested on 4th DUI

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Authorities arrested a Minot man on his 4th DUI charged this weekend. More>>

Sheriff on Fair Arrests Video included

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Ward County sheriff's deputies were busier than ever over the past ten days...providing security at the North Dakota State Fair. More>>

Planning for the Fair's 50th Video included

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The 2014 North Dakota State Fair is in the books...and now it's on to next year -- the 50th annual event. More>>

Minot Native Retires Video included

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A Minot native has ended 40 years of active duty naval service by handing over the reins of the U.S. Naval Academy to a new leader. More>>

Williston Shooting in Question

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Williston police say they can't confirm that a gunshot was fired at a girl on a bicycle last week but the investigation is continuing. More>>

Minot Man Pleads Not Guilty to Sex Crimes Video included

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A Minot man charged with 17 felonies and 2 misdemeanors regarding using the internet to promote obscenity and lure minors has entered his pleas in district court. More>>

Greenman at Arts in the Park Video included

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All summer, the Arts in the Park has been holding concerts of all kinds of different music - and today, a local band called Greenman came out to put on a show full of culture.The group came together in 1997 because of their common love for old, celtic music.They have released a few albums with the sound of Scottish and old Irish tunes, and have been performing them all over Minot ever since.The violinist says that this genre is something that can bring in audiences of all different tastes of ... More>>

Who's Who: Ranch Rodeo Mom Video included

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Generations of Cowboys and Ranchers are tied in to North Dakota's history.One Ranch Rodeo Mom told me about what it means to pass the rope for tonight's Who's Who at the Fair.(Carmen Ruud, Former Ranch Rodeo Competitor) "Just the camaraderie that you get with your teammates and other teams. I really enjoy it, it's like a family event.It's kinda neat, It's fun."(Melinda Bolton) "In fact it has been generations of fun, as Ruud learned from her father what her son Garrett is now competing in, R... More>>

t Cancer Video included

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Many more people are beating Cancer now than ever, a local woman obtaining her doctorate is trying to develop what sort of treatment patients should receive once they're in remission.I spoke with Sana Keller recently regarding her work....(Melinda Bolton, Reporter) "After working for years as a nurse, Sana Keller is hoping to finish off her doctorate by giving some cancer survivors lifestyle coaching."(Sana Keller, Owner of Health Unlimited) "There's so much that can be done and most of it is... More>>

2014 State Fair Has Second Highest Attendance

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The 2014 North Dakota State Fair wrapped up Saturday with a bang.  Fair officials say 38,674 people came through the gates Saturday - making it the second-best final-day attendance in Fair history. More>>

NDSF Comes to an End Video included

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For the past week, thousands of people have spent their days attending shows, eating delicious food, and going on the rides at the 49th annual North Dakota state fair.The fair brings in people from across the country to enjoy everything from foot long corn dogs, to arm wrestling competitions, to the much anticipated concerts.Tonight is the final night of the fair, and is ending with Brad Paisley in the grandstand.The State Fair Marketing Director says that working all year for these several d... More>>

NDSF Ghana Crazy Basket Company Video included

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One North Dakotan woman has taken a global craft and made it available locally.Rene' Omlid bought her first Ghanaian hand-woven basket back in 2008... shortly thereafter the widow (now remarried) began to wonder if she could sell similar baskets.Each bag can take up to three days to be made from grass and goat skin, and then they are shipped in a forty foot container and with a little water and TLC are reshapen for use.Initially the Omlid's sold bags purchased in the U.S.... but research turn... More>>

Motorcycle Run Rally Video included

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Members of the Dakota Boys and Girls Ranch spent their Saturday doing something not many teenagers get to do - riding motorcycles for hundreds of miles to raise money.NYMPUM is a national program that teaches youth to operate a standard Honda mini-bike.Riding time is earned by taking classes, and setting and achieving goals that relate to self-improvement.Today, 50 riders started their trek at Pure Honda in Minot, made their way to the Bottineau area, and then back home for supper together.Th... More>>

Who's Who: Waiting Teenagers Video included

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Sometimes lines hold up the show and other times the wait is self-inflicted.As Jennifer Kleen tells us in tonight's Who's Who at the Fair, somethings are just worth the wait....happy as a kid in a candy store.The aged progression of that saying should be, happy as a teenager at the fair.(Doug Bauer, North Dakota State Fair Attendee) "We just wake up early and...go? I guess?""We got here way too early. We need beverages. And a pretzel."These three friends sat alone at the free stage. waiting f... More>>

Noon Show: Xpogo Stunt Team Video included

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Noon Show: Xpogo Stunt Team More>>

Noon Show: Flying Houndz Frizbee Trick Dog Show Video included

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Noon Show: Flying Houndz Frizbee More>>

National Flu Vaccination Week

National Flu Vaccination Week

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With the exciting holiday season also comes a not so jolly time -- influenza season. And if you haven't gotten your vaccination for the year, now's the time, because this week is National Flu Vaccination More>>

Cookies for Airmen

Cookies for Airmen

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Along with the holiday season, often comes holiday baking. The Minot Area Chamber of Commerce is helping to share sweetness by the dozen once again. Today the annual cookie drive for Minot airmen kicked More>>

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  • Driver Killed in Train Collision

    Driver Killed in Train Collision

    Friday, August 1 2014 11:43 PM EDT2014-08-02 03:43:27 GMT
    A driver of a pickup was killed early this morning after the vehicle was struck by a train.
    A driver of a pickup was killed early this morning after the vehicle was struck by a train.
  • Minot Police Investigating Gunshot

    Minot Police Investigating Gunshot

    Friday, August 1 2014 11:42 PM EDT2014-08-02 03:42:12 GMT
    Authorities are investigating what could have lead up to a man's gunshot wound.
    Authorities are investigating what could have lead up to a man's gunshot wound.
  • Flu in State Fair Pigs

    Flu in State Fair Pigs

    Friday, August 1 2014 7:52 PM EDT2014-08-01 23:52:23 GMT
    Three pigs exhibited at the North Dakota State Fair last week have tested positive for an influenza strain that can be transmitted to humans.
    Three pigs exhibited at the North Dakota State Fair last week have tested positive for an influenza strain that can be transmitted to humans.
  • U.S. & World NewsMore>>

  • Fires force evacuations in West Coast states

    Fires force evacuations in West Coast states

    Saturday, August 2 2014 4:37 AM EDT2014-08-02 08:37:13 GMT
    Wildfires burning through dry terrain in West Coast states have forced scores of evacuations as fire teams worked to corral the blazes.
    Wildfires burning through dry terrain in West Coast states have forced scores of evacuations as fire teams worked to corral the blazes.
  • Israel bombards Gaza as it searches for soldier

    Israel bombards Gaza as it searches for soldier

    Saturday, August 2 2014 4:27 AM EDT2014-08-02 08:27:23 GMT
    Israel is striking dozens of sites in Gaza as it continues a massive search for an officer it fears was captured by Hamas militants.
    Israel bombarded the southern Gaza town of Rafah on Saturday as troops searched for an officer they believe was captured by Hamas in an ambush that shattered a humanitarian cease-fire and set the stage for a major...
  • US aid workers headed to Atlanta for Ebola care

    US aid workers headed to Atlanta for Ebola care

    Saturday, August 2 2014 4:23 AM EDT2014-08-02 08:23:16 GMT
    When two U.S. aid workers infected with Ebola arrive in Atlanta from Africa, they will be whisked into one of the most sophisticated hospital isolation units in the country.
    When two U.S. aid workers infected with Ebola arrive in Atlanta from Africa, they will be whisked into one of the most sophisticated hospital isolation units in the country.
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