With Dickinson's growth comes new businesses, hotels and homes. Now there's a new home for those who need long term care. Construction on St. Luke's Home, a 17 and a half million dollar facility began More>>
Temperatures dipping into the negative double digits and wind chills in the negative 30s and 40s aren't just too cold for you, but also for your pet. Reporter Sarah Gustin has tips on how to keep your More>>
A Bismarck area resident says they found a Black Widow Spider in a package of grapes. The individual claims he bought the grapes at the Walmart in north Bismarck. The Burleigh County Extension confirmed More>>
Property taxes have been a hot button topic for years... The state has spent $1.5 billion to reduce property taxes since 2009 and this week, you should see how those dollars will effect you and your home... More>>
YOU may not be the only thing that's freezing in these frigid temperatures. Don't forget about your home. Frozen pipes are a common problem this time of the year. Gardell Jochim, Owner of Northern Plains More>>
We'd all like to deny it but the bitter cold is here. With temperatures plummeting below zero, it's better not to venture outside if you don't have to. But a few workers don't really have a choice when More>>
A major coffee chain is coming to ...... Steele. The Coffee Cup in Steele is adding a Caribou Coffee, Pizza Hut Express and a Subway. It's all part of a major expansion--that nearly doubles the size of More>>
It's Christmas time in the city. Although this blowing snow may send shivers up your spine, it's welcome to businesses that look forward to this season every year. Outside the snow is falling and Huff More>>
The creator of the Leith, North Dakota website has been served with a restraining order. Greg Bruce says a Grant County Deputy served him with the temporary order this afternoon. The restraining More>>
A school takes precaution, and a neighborhood is temporarily blocked off as law enforcement officials respond to a welfare check of an individual. More>>
There are various winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories across the state through tonight. More>>
Information on oil spills is now available online at a new Department of Health website. The idea has been in the works for several months but picked up importance following the Tesoro Pipeline More>>
Blowing snow and icy roads puts school on hold. Reporter Sarah Gustin has the story of school starting late. The streets are filled with snow. Residents are digging out. And School is running late. Ken More>>
41-year-old Sgt. 1st Class Darren Linde, of Devils Lake, and 20-year-old Specialist First Class Tyler Orgaard, of Bismarck, died one year ago when a roadside bomb struck their vehicle. More>>
Snow and ice is nothing new in North Dakota, but this recent storm proves to be too much for many drivers and pedestrians. More>>
If you've been on the roads today, you most likely checked out the DOT map before heading out.
Currently a state wide travel alert is issued for North Dakota. More>>
Governor Dalrymple says ND"s tax system suffering from neglect. He forms a task force to make recommendations on how legislators can address tax reform. More>>
It's been a long fall for many farmers. A wet spring delayed planting and a wet October delayed harvest. With more snow flakes in the forecast many producers are now scrambling to get this years crop off. Reporter More>>
Ron Burgundy's appearance on local news in Bismarck Saturday night has gone viral making one of our own kind of a "big deal". More>>
A local grocery store is changing hands. Dan's Super Market announces it has entered into an agreement to purchase Central Market. It's owned by Grand Central, Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. The More>>
A lot of people have been asking us about the experience, but to sum it up in a couple of words-- it's been compelling and rich. More>>
We asked Ron Burgundy what it was like for him to be a part of another news team in North Dakota.
A Broadway musical and award-winning movie comes to life on-stage in Bismarck.
Bismarck Mandan summer school students are learning more than your typical subject. Rodeo queens are showing them the ropes. Rodeo royalty are visiting approximately 1,600 elementary students to teach More>>
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