Daycare goes down. A Bismarck neighborhood rallies to block a church from converting to a childcare center. "We do recognize that there is a shortage of daycare in the community," says Kim Lee, Bismarck More>>
If you're hungry for Chinese Food, there's only a handful of places to choose from in Bismarck/Mandan. But one downtown restaurant in Mandan seems to be attracting a lot of regular customers, and those More>>
Seven new Highway Patrol Troopers graduate from Law Enforcement Training Academy More>>
The number of trees in Bismarck is multiplying almost as fast as the number of new faces. The city is helping some homeowners pay for those trees. Reporter Sarah Gustin has the story. A quick stroll and More>>
Registered Sex Offender Charged with Additional Sex Crime More>>
Sgt. First Class Darren Linde and Specialist Tyler Orgaard were killed last December when a roadside bomb detonated near their vehicle.
Tonight family and friends are remembering those soldiers as their names are placed on the Fallen Soldiers Memorial. More>>
North Dakota's Amber Alert Plan was put to the test today. Each year, the Department of Emergency Services simulates a child gone missing in North Dakota. The goal is to ensure coordination with local More>>
A new transportation head steps into the driver's seat. Governor Jack Dalrymple appoints Grant Levi as the Director of the North Dakota Department of Transportation. He has more than 30 years with More>>
Celebrate the western way of life at the annual Dakota Cowboy Poetry Gathering this weekend in Medora. Gathering founder, Bill Lowman explains how it came to be, and the highlights of this weekend's e More>>
Born with cerebral palsy, Michael Kaip is the founder of Dreams in Motion, an organization that allows athletes of all abilities to compete in all sports. More>>
After a record setting rain that lasted nearly 4 days the sun is finally shining and many farmers and ranchers are smiling. Ag Reporter Sarah Gustin takes you out to the green pastures near Tappen. The More>>
Highway 22 north of Dickinson is another project construction crews are busy with.
Last summer 22 was made into a four lane highway from Dickinson up to the county line. More>>
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>>
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