Two new businesses and an apartment building want to come to Mandan. But there are strings attached. They all want property tax relief. Some say it's unfair to existing businesses and it deprives More>>
An Oklahoma woman now living in Mandan says news clips of the devastation in her home state have been hard to watch, but she is glued to her facebook finding out how friends and family are doing. More>>
While the rain has slowed planting for at least a few days--this spring has been one of the busiest for both farmers and fertilizer dealers. Everyone getting to the field at the same time has dealers scrambling More>>
ND Department of Transportation to spend $220 million in non-oil county on 200 road projects. More>>
A truck hauling an oversized load was struck an overpass east of Bismarck this morning. ND Highway Patrol Lt. Norm Ruud says the DOT is on scene inspecting the bridge structure. Traffic was reduced to More>>
When a flooded road is closed, it forces drivers to take an alternate route, but if you see water rushing over a road and it's open, what do you do? More>>
Some people in the Bismarck/Mandan area are busy cleaning water out of their basements. More>>
Sarah Gustin's interview with Oliver County Extension Agent, Rick Schmidt on rainfall. More>>
Two westbound semi trailers were swept off the road and had to be pulled out early Sunday, and some eastbound vehicles were stranded until the water receded enough to let them proceed. More>>
A freedom ride was canceled due to the rainy conditions, but a barbecue, silent auction and fundraiser for a family in need went on as scheduled. More>>
Pastor Carr has been here for four years, and says recent events around the country led him to want this plan as part of their service. More>>
They are walking outside in the rain to drop off money raised for the Nelson family--who lost their home to a fire just down the road. More>>
A local health care provider says if you're a child and you have to be in the hospital, your stay should be as fun as possible. "Take a big breath. Go. Good job." They're any hospital's smallest More>>
Everyday, around the world, there's a horse race somewhere. Now, a few local bar owners bring the excitement of live betting and today's Preakness to town. Newly-installed kiosks allowed customers More>>
According to the Bismarck police department, 18-year-old John Swain has not been heard from since last Saturday (May 11th). More>>
School is just about out for the summer in Bismarck, but construction will continue to be in full swing, building three new schools. More>>
A full-blown construction boom is underway in Dickinson -- in this week's "Around Town." All the way from Newport News, Virginia, comes Ferguson -- a wholesale plumbing and HVAC supplier serving construction More>>
Case could be first to allow polygraph exams as evidence in trial. More>>
It's a farm animal you don't hear much about in western North Dakota. But Ag Reporter Sarah Gustin tracked some pigs down and takes you inside the pig barn for a peak at some of it's newest members. It's More>>
North Dakota drivers filling up are part of history. Gas prices hit a record high today.
Smokers will need to stay at least 20 feet from playgrounds in Bismarck, after the Bismarck Park board approves a request for smoke free playgrounds. More>>
Gas prices hit a record in North Dakota in 2008, when the price for a gallon of gas was around four-dollars-and-8 cents. That record is in the dust. According to Gasbuddy.com, drivers at some stations More>>
A double mastectomy -- when you don't even have cancer? Actress Angelina Jolie shocked many this week by doing just that. How common is this and how concerned should we be? "Emotionally, you face More>>
Governor Dalrymple appoints new Labor Commissioner More>>
A 22-year-old Bismarck woman says she woke to find an intruder kneeling by her bed Wednesday morning. The woman says her father and son were sleeping on a couch in the living room and had cracked open More>>
A nearly 100 year old Bismarck apartment building catches fire this morning forcing residents and several area businesses to evacuate. Workers welding pipe accidentally started the fire. More>>
61 North Dakota law enforcement officers have made the ultimate sacrifice while on the job.
This afternoon those brave officers are remembered at a Peace Officer Memorial Service at the state Captiol. More>>
An abortion rights group says it has filed its first lawsuit challenging one fo the state's anti-abortion laws. More>>
Signing of the beam. What does it mean? Construction of the new Sanford Health Dickinson Clinic reaches a three-month milestone -- and a modern tradition is embraced. Team members put Sharpies to More>>
Oil Production Continues to Set Records Despite March Weather More>>
Here's a crane holding up a several- thousand pound vehicle--by seat belt webbing material. The display is easy for all drivers to see from a very busy 7th street in Bismarck. The North Dakota Department of Transportation is also trying to veer young people into getting into the habit of buckling up early on. More>>
Around 75 responders battled the flames coming from an apartment building, starting at around 10:30 Wednesday morning. More>>
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