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  • Dive Team Plans to Pull Truck from River

    Dive Team Plans to Pull Truck from River

    Thursday, April 17 2014 11:26 AM EDT2014-04-17 15:26:04 GMT
    Divers plan to pull a stolen pick-up truck out of the bottom of the Missouri River today. The plan is to send divers out to locate the Chevy truck. They have a pretty good idea of where it is. But
    Divers plan to pull a stolen pick-up truck out of the bottom of the Missouri River today. The plan is to send divers out to locate the Chevy truck. They have a pretty good idea of where it is. But

MHS Boys Golf Team Preparing for Season Opener Video included

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The Minot High boys golf team is looking to pick up right where it left off last season. 21 players are out for this years team that returns 4 of its top 6 golfers after finishing 4th last year in the More>>

Student Spotlight --- Dunseith Video included

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Finally tonight, Student Spotlight - where we focus on a top graduate from a local high school. This time, we're in Dunseith where Molly Allery is at the top of her class. (Molly Allery, Dunseith Senior) More>>

Moldy Homes Reopening? Video included

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Nearly three years after the flood of the Mouse River, some Minot homes are just now being cleaned up and rebuilt. But some homeowners say the flooded homes that had been untouched until now - what some More>>

Man With Gun Arrested at Courthouse

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A man carrying a loaded gun was arrested outside the Williams County Courthouse Tuesday. Authorities say Ronald Gibbons was carrying a concealed, loaded pistol and meth paraphernalia when he was arrested. Gibbons More>>

Border Patrol Makes Arrests in Minot

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Six people were arrested in Minot last week by the U.S. Border Patrol. Kris Grogan of the Border Patrol Public Affairs Office said the arrests were made as a result of "encounters near several local establishments," More>>

Williston: Reworking Zoning Ordinances Video included

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As needs evolve in Western North Dakota, Williston officials are taking steps to be sure zoning ordinances apply to the current needs of the city. Principal Planner Donald Kress says it's rare for a city More>>

State Fair Concert Series Video included

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On days like today it doesn't feel like we will ever make it to summer. And while the city of Minot deals with another freshly fallen blanket of snow ticket sales are booming for the North Dakota State More>>

Three Apply for Judgeship Opening

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Three Minot attorneys have applied to become a judge in the Northwest Judicial District. Judge William McLees is stepping down this summer, leaving an opening. Lawyers Kelly Dillon, Stacy Louser, and More>>

Production Fluid Leak Near Medora Update

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Preliminary test results have come in following a pipeline spill that occurred on April 11 near Medora. The company owning the pipeline and the Health Department took samples from the site determining More>>

Flowers Planters to Bring Color Downtown

Downtown Bismarck will soon look a lot more vibrant come mid-May. A dozen large flower planters will line the sidewalks along Broadway Avenue between 3rd Street and Washington. Businesses will adopt More>>

Downtown Neighborhood Branding Idea

With an ever-growing downtown Bismarck... the Downtowners Association is playing with a new idea. It's called Neighborhood Branding - giving an area of downtown a specific name. Assistant Director of More>>

Federal Judge Rules North Dakota Abortion Ban Unconstitutional

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A federal judge rules North Dakota fetal heartbeat abortion law `invalid and unconstitutional' A federal judge has struck down one of North Dakota's controversial abortion laws. U.S. District Judge More>>

Man With Gun Arrested at Williston Trial Site

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A man carrying a loaded gun was arrested outside the Williams County Courthouse Tuesday. Authorities say Ronald Gibbons was carrying a concealed, loaded pistol and meth paraphernalia when he was arrested. Gibbons More>>

Mandan Residents Voice Concerns Over Street Improvement Projects

Mandan Residents Voice Concerns Over Street Improvement Projects

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Mandan Residents pack City Hall over three proposed street improvement projects. The City Commission votes to bar one project-- and continue ahead with two others. More than half of residents in one More>>

Trucking Company Faces Strong Penalties for Illegal Oil Waste Disposal Video included

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The civil and criminal penalties at stake may seem quite steep, but the North Dakota Attorney General says oil waste dumping is a serious crime. More>>

Coach Leaving Minot State Video included

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The new head football coach at Minot State University is heading back to Minnesota. Todd Hoffner announced this afternoon he would return to his coaching duties at Minnesota State-Mankato, effective tomorrow. Hoffner More>>

Woman Dies of Injuries in Crash Video included

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A woman involved in a crash south of Minot yesterday has died. The Highway Patrol reports 42-year-old Maria Schermerhorn of Mesa was driving a car that crossed in front of a pickup on Highway 83 at the More>>

Rice Lake Water Still Rising Video included

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Rice Lake has risen another two feet in the last year...and now only has three more feet to go before water would flow out of it naturally. If it gets to that point, more than 100 homes would be lost More>>

Williston State College Construction Video included

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Construction season is nearly year-round in Western North Dakota. Williston State College campus projects are busy with the spring thaw. Construction has started on the second of two apartment buildings More>>

Woman-Owned Businesses Video included

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If you are a woman looking to own a business, you might have better luck in North Dakota. The U.S. Census Bureau reports, since 1997 the number of female owned and operated companies nearly doubled in More>>

Student Spotlight --- Kenmare Video included

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She pictures herself in the ag service industry in the future. And she is the top graduate at Kenmare High School this year. Let's meet Katie Nelson in tonight's Student Spotlight. (Katie Nelson, Kenmare More>>

Libraries are Keeping Up with the Times Video included

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Book worms celebrate what they enjoy best -- reading books. That's good business for libraries, but instead of checking out hardcovers... many patrons are changing the way they read. Courtney Plante More>>

Tax Filings Up Video included

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Its the last day to file your taxes. This year, more taxes have been filed in this state than ever before. Ben Smith looks at what this means for North Dakota. "It's very busy at the tax dept." says More>>

ND Heritage Center Expansion Video included

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Since March of 2011, the expansion of the North Dakota Heritage Center has been underway, and soon the community will be able to see the nearly finished project. It all began in 2009 when the State Legislature More>>

Tribes Bring Awareness to Environmental Risks on Reservations Video included

Tribes say oil production is causing environmental risks on reservations in North Dakota, South Dakota, and Montana. A two-day conference is being held in Bismarck to shed light on these risks. Dr. Barbara More>>

MSU Football Coach Leaving - Going Back to Minnesota

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The newly-hired football coach at Minot State University is headed back to Mankato.

Todd Hoffner was hired in January to take over as MSU's football coach.

He had been fired from his head coaching job at Minnesota State-Mankato last year, although the university gave no reason for his dismissal.
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Traffic Signal Knocked Out

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A traffic signal at the intersection of US Highway 83 and 46th Ave. NW (North 83 | 2 and 52 bypass intersection) has been struck by a vehicle and knocked down. As of 11:45 a.m., the signal is currently More>>

Oil Dumping Brings Charges

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Criminal charges have been filed against a Mountrail county truck driver accused of illegally dumping oil drilling waste, announced Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem. Leo Slemin, a driver with Black Hills More>>

ND 4th in Economic Measure

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North Dakota fell from second to fourth in the annual economic outlook competitiveness ranking by the American Legislative Exchange Council. The Rich States, Poor States report rates Utah as the top state More>>

Two Injured in Highway Collision Video included

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Emergency crews responded to a 2-vehicle accident that happened at 4:40 this afternoon about 15 miles south of Minot at the junction of highways 83 and 23. The North Dakota Highway patrol reports 42-year-old More>>

Lunar Eclipse Happens Once in a Blood Moon Video included

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A total lunar eclipse will take place early Tuesday morning.  It will give the illusion that the moon is red, hence, the nickname, blood moon. More>>

Woman Makes Abduction Report to Mandan Police Video included

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The woman told police the man took her into a home in Mandan, forced her to drink alcohol and struck her several times in the face when she refused to have sex with him. More>>

Rail Car Shortage "Critical" Video included

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The shortage of rail cars for North Dakota's ag industry is critical. That's how the general manager of SunPrairie Grain in Minot describes the squeeze being put on farmers and grain elevators. Brad More>>

School Board on Bond Results Video included

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Results of the Minot Public Schools bond vote became official this afternoon after the Minot Public School Board made decisions on a handful of disputed ballots. In the end, the final vote tally was changed More>>

Community Foundation Project Video included

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One in four women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. The organization also reports around 3 million children will witness More>>

Rugby Doctor Wins National Award Video included

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A North Dakota man has been named the Rural Health Practitioner of the Year by the National Rural Health Association. Dr. Hubert Seiler or Rugby will pick up his award at ceremonies in Las Vegas next More>>

McKenzie Co: Legislature & Roads Video included

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Progress has been made...but there is still a ways to go. That is how McKenzie County Commission Chairman Ron Anderson sees the current road situation in his county. The oil-heavy region of the state More>>

Student Spotlight --- Glenburn Video included

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There are co-valedictorians at Glenburn High School this year. Emily Miller and Jennifer Poth are sharing the top spot in their graduating class. In tonight's Student Spotlight, we hear from Emily Miller. (Emily More>>

Recent House Fire Concerns Lincoln Residents Video included

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Some Lincoln residents are saying it takes the Rural Fire Department too long to get out to them, and they need their own department. Luckily there were no injuries at the weekend house fire, but some More>>

Lincoln House Fire Deemed "Accidental" Video included

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The house fire that destroyed a family's home in Lincoln has been deemed accidental, that's according to the State Fire Marshal. On Saturday the Bismarck Rural Fire Department was called to the home at More>>

Man Sentenced For Killing His Brother

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A Bismarck man who is an enrolled member of the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation was sentenced to 14 years in federal prison today. 26-year-old Orlen Francis Smith, Jr., attacked three people at a home More>>

Veteran's Organizations Need More from Younger Vets

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The parking lot at the Eagles club isn't as full as it used to be. The VFW had to move. The local American Legion does just fine operating out of it's ... 12 by 12 foot office. Things are changing for More>>

Mandan Woman Says Man Pointed Gun at Her in Parking Lot Video included

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A Mandan woman says someone pointed a gun at her in a grocery store parking lot. The incident happened Saturday shortly after 10am. Mandan police say it appears to be a case of road rage.
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Weather Brings Snow One-Liners Video included

What a lovely winter we're having this Spring. We got to enjoy a few warmer, spring-like days, but Old Man Winter isn't ready to leave just yet. This morning brought temperatures in the 20's and a few More>>

Relay For Life Team

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You've seen it in the news before -- Someone shaves their head to show support to a friend with cancer. But could you do it? Emily Medalen has more on how one area woman stuck by her friend and kept More>>

More Counterfeit Bills Discovered

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Local banks discovered three more phony bills late last week. Bismarck police say an employee at the Bank of North Dakota discovered a counterfeit $50 bill in deposits made from a local bank. Another More>>

Net Farm Incomes Video included

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2012 was a banner year for farmers. Wheat reached 20 dollars a bushel. Corn more than 7 dollars a bushel. 2013 wasn't as glorious. Ag Reporter Sarah Gustin explains. The numbers are in.. After tallying More>>

Relay for Life Team Meets a Special Goal

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You've seen it in the news before -- Someone shaves their head to show support to a friend with cancer. But could you do it? Emily Medalen has more on how one area woman stuck by her friend and kept More>>

Student Spotlight Leeds High School

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Our Student Spotlight introduces us to top graduating high school seniors in the region. Tonight, we travel to Leeds to meet the two people who tied for the top honors. (Mylie Herman, Leeds Senior) "We More>>

Lincoln House Fire Update Video included

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We have an update on the family who lost their home to a fire in Lincoln yesterday. The Beauchamp's are currently staying with family members in the area. Yesterday afternoon their home at 112 Libby More>>

ND National Guard Names New Commander

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The North Dakota National Guard has named a new commander. Brigadier General David Anderson stepped down as commander of the Guard's Army Component Command today. Colonel Robert Fode will take over command More>>

Pathfinder Parent Center Hosts Parent Involvement Conference

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Raising a child with disabilities can be a difficult task without support from others. Knowing where to turn for that support is key for parents...so getting them that information was part of the goal More>>

Aircraft Modelers Take Flight

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The snow is finally off the ground, and for the Minot Aircraft Modelers, this means flying season has officially begun. The group had their annual mall show today, exhibiting the different types of planes More>>

Lincoln Family Loses Home to Fire Video included

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A massive fire breaks out at 112 Libby Road in Lincoln.. completely engulfing a home in flames. One family is okay but their home is a total loss after a fire broke out in Lincoln this afternoon. Ben More>>

Women's Retreat at MSU

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Over 900 women gathered in Minot this weekend for retreat to listen to a nationally known speaker and writer lead them on their adventure in faith. Lysa Terkeurst is the president of proverbs 31 ministry, More>>

MSU Modernizes 'Miss Julie'

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Drama, Romance, and a lusty battle of control were all showcased at the Minot State theatrical adaptation of "Miss Julie". The original play was written in by August Strinberg in the 1880's, and though More>>

Minot Jiu Jitsu Heads to Nationals

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It's a sport that's not talked about often in the Minot area -- but that may be about to change. 10 members of our local Jiu Jitsu team are heading to the national competition next month. The group began More>>

"Race to Zero" 5K in Bismarck

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Many people laced up their tennis shoes to run a 5K for a good cause today. This is the second annual Race to Zero: Run/Walk for Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention. Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem More>>

Bismarck Police Work to Stop Texting While Driving

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The Bismarck Police Department is out to terminate texting while driving. Today and this past Tuesday officers were out in unmarked cop cars trying to stop people from texting behind the wheel. Sending More>>

Pipeline Leak Near Medora, ND

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The North Dakota Department of Health has reported around 560 barrels of production fluid have leaked from a pipeline into a dry drainage and some of the material has reached a flowing drainage in Billings More>>

Student Spotlight - Westhope

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Two students are finishing their time at Westhope High School with perfect GPAs. They are the subjects of tonight's Student Spotlight. (Sage Ballantyne, Westhope Senior) "I think I did well here in Westhope More>>

Man Charged With Rape

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A Minot man is charged with raping a local woman when their consensual encounter continued after the woman had told him to stop. 22-year-old Sam Valasquez is facing a Class Double-A Felony charge of Gross More>>

Rugby Jail Upgrading

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Eight months after the state cracked down on a regional jail in Rugby, the new administrator of the facility says things are looking up. The Heart of America Correctional and Treatment Center was cited More>>

NAWS Water Still Years Away Video included

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It's a very critical project for this part of the state. That's how State Engineer Todd Sando characterizes NAWS - the Northwest Area Water Supply project. But Sando says it will still be years before More>>

Water Possibly Contaminated

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Chemicals, possibly including antifreeze, may have been introduced into a Tioga Apartment complex's water system to thaw water lines. That's according to a release issued by the state health department. Tioga More>>

Craft Show Invades Arena Video included

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Horse hair, Goat milk, barbed wire, leather, logs... Its not a day on the farm, its The Big One. Hundreds of craft makers and artisans have come together inside the North Dakota State Fair Expo Center More>>

Students Turn to Wax for Class Video included

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Some great figures in history were on display at TGU-Granville this afternoon. The library hosted a wax museum display - with 5th grade students playing the roles of the wax museum displays. From Daniel More>>

Student Spotlight --- Granville Video included

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Time for tonight's Student Spotlight, shining the light on another top high school graduate. This time we're in Granville to meet Kendra Johnson. (Kendra Johnson, TGU-Granville Senior) "I think I excelled More>>

Cannonball River Floods at Breien

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Minor flooding occurred today at the Cannonball river outside of Breien ND. Ben Smith reports I'm standing right next to the Cannonball River outside of Breien North Dakota.  Now the National Weather More>>

Pre-Sentence Investigation on Cobb Delivered to Judge

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A judge received the results of the pre-sentence investigation he ordered on white supremacist Craig Cobb. The judge in Cobb's trial, David Reich, asked for the investigation after the two sides in the More>>

Grass Fire South of Bismarck

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Bismarck Rural Firefighters responded to a fire south of Bismarck on Desert Road. Crews responded after receiving multiple calls from residents saying that they were seeing smoke coming from the trees. The More>>

Local Film Selected for Dakota Digital Film Festival

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Two local filmmakers tell the story of what it's like living in the heart of oil country. David Diebel and Carson Nordgaard of D&N Cinematics produced a film about life in the Bakken. They travel throughout More>>

Around Town 4-11 Video included

Spring brings more new businesses in downtown Bismarck... Steph Scheurer tells us about one long-awaited restaurant...another tasty option in this week's Around Town. Just two days ago, hump day welcomed More>>

Bismarck Man Guilty on Child Pornography Charge

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A 38-year-old Bismarck man is found guilty in a child pornography case. Garron Gonzalez attempted to persuade a 15-year-old to send him sexually explicit images by cell phone. The two had met playing an More>>

DLB Baseball Preview

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Last year the Des Lacs-Burlington Lakers baseball team had their season end earlier than they wanted to when they lost a play-in game to the region baseball tournament. The team is looking to rebound this More>>

Ryan Taylor Wants Public Information from Industrial Commission

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A candidate in the north Dakota Agriculture Commission race says he's unhappy with how the Industrial Commission is handling public information. Ryan Taylor is running for North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner. Taylor More>>

Store Brings Art to Downtown Dickinson Video included

They say that downtown is the heart of a city. Steph Scheurer travels to Dickinson and shows us one new business that's adding a little more color to downtown. It was an idea that began over a cup of More>>

Ordinance Covers Many Animals Video included

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This week's pit bull attack in Minot calls attention to the city's regulations regarding nuisance animals. The city of Minot has a fairly broad ordinance on animals that are dangerous or can be considered More>>

Fatal Rollover

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A Wednesday evening rollover claimed the life of a 16-year old female from Sidney, Montana. The North Dakota Highway Patrol reports two females were traveling southbound on Cheney Creek Road, 14 miles More>>

Legislators Get Flood Project Update Video included

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The city of Minot can't afford the proposed Mouse River flood protection plan without more help from the state. That's what Minot Public Works Director Dan Jonasson told members of the legislature's Water More>>

PSC Hearing on Gas Plant Expansion Video included

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The reduction of natural gas flaring in the Bakken. That was the recurring theme today at the public hearing regarding the proposed expansion of Robinson Lake Gas Plant in Mountrail County. The Whiting More>>

Teacher to Space Academy Video included

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A Minot Elementary Teacher is one of two hundred and ten teachers worldwide who was selected to attend the 2014 Honeywell Educators at Space Academy program. Perkett Elementary 5th grade teacher Rhonda More>>

Domestic Violence Center Open House Video included

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Just as it is for her clients, it has been a long road for Dena Filler. But today she and the staff of the Domestic Violence Crisis Center celebrate a milestone. (Dena Filler, Executive Director of the More>>

Business Beat 4-10-14 Video included

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So what's this building going to be? That's a common question -- and here is the answer. A Dallas, Texas based investor is bringing what he calls a high end Japanese steakhouse here that will be called More>>

Student Spotlight: Mohall Video included

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He's headed for NDSU and hopes for a degree in engineering. Let's meet tonight's Student Spotlight senior - Jess Asheim of MLS-Mohall. (Jess Asheim, MLS-Mohall Senior) "We have such a small class. We're More>>

North Dakota Happiest with their Public Schools Video included

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North Dakotans are happy people.   And, a recent Gallup poll says this state is the happiest -- with their public schools. Ben smith reports. "Um I think I've got a really good education." says Century More>>

Rescue Teams May Soon Make Dives to Locate Stolen Truck Video included

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Once the truck's exact location is confirmed, and with the help of a towing company, the dive team may end up pulling out the truck in the next few weeks. More>>

Trinity High School Clean-Up is Right on Track Video included

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A devastating fire in March damaged most of Trinity High School -- and left rooms and hallways empty.. But now -- there's a spark of life.  Good evening, I'm Lauren Kalberer...  Clean-up is right on More>>

Around Town 3-21 Video included

It's now officially Spring..even though it might not feel like it quite yet. Steph Scheurer shows us a business aiming to get you ready for the golf season in this week's Around Town. Shank's Golf Shop More>>

Cobb's Bond Set at One Million Dollars Cash

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Bond is set at one million dollars cash for Craig Cobb after the North Dakota Supreme Court ruled Cobb be eligible for bond.. Cobb has been in jail since November when he was arrested and charged 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>>

Sleepy Hollow Presents "Les Miserables"

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A Broadway musical and award-winning movie comes to life on-stage in Bismarck.


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  • MHS Boys Golf Team Preparing for Season Opener

    MHS Boys Golf Team Preparing for Season Opener

    Thursday, April 17 2014 12:01 AM EDT2014-04-17 04:01:35 GMT
    The Minot High boys golf team is looking to pick up right where it left off last season. 21 players are out for this years team that returns 4 of its top 6 golfers after finishing 4th last year in the
    The Minot High boys golf team is looking to pick up right where it left off last season. 21 players are out for this years team that returns 4 of its top 6 golfers after finishing 4th last year in the
  • Student Spotlight --- Dunseith

    Student Spotlight --- Dunseith

    Wednesday, April 16 2014 11:48 PM EDT2014-04-17 03:48:49 GMT
    Finally tonight, Student Spotlight - where we focus on a top graduate from a local high school. This time, we're in Dunseith where Molly Allery is at the top of her class. (Molly Allery, Dunseith Senior)
    Finally tonight, Student Spotlight - where we focus on a top graduate from a local high school. This time, we're in Dunseith where Molly Allery is at the top of her class. (Molly Allery, Dunseith Senior)
  • Moldy Homes Reopening?

    Moldy Homes Reopening?

    Wednesday, April 16 2014 7:55 PM EDT2014-04-16 23:55:38 GMT
    Nearly three years after the flood of the Mouse River, some Minot homes are just now being cleaned up and rebuilt. But some homeowners say the flooded homes that had been untouched until now - what some
    Nearly three years after the flood of the Mouse River, some Minot homes are just now being cleaned up and rebuilt. But some homeowners say the flooded homes that had been untouched until now - what some
  • Bismarck/Mandan NewsMore>>

  • Dive Team Plans to Pull Truck from River

    Dive Team Plans to Pull Truck from River

    Thursday, April 17 2014 11:26 AM EDT2014-04-17 15:26:04 GMT
    Divers plan to pull a stolen pick-up truck out of the bottom of the Missouri River today. The plan is to send divers out to locate the Chevy truck. They have a pretty good idea of where it is. But
    Divers plan to pull a stolen pick-up truck out of the bottom of the Missouri River today. The plan is to send divers out to locate the Chevy truck. They have a pretty good idea of where it is. But
  • Production Fluid Leak Near Medora Update

    Production Fluid Leak Near Medora Update

    Wednesday, April 16 2014 6:45 PM EDT2014-04-16 22:45:37 GMT
    Preliminary test results have come in following a pipeline spill that occurred on April 11 near Medora. The company owning the pipeline and the Health Department took samples from the site determining
    Preliminary test results have come in following a pipeline spill that occurred on April 11 near Medora. The company owning the pipeline and the Health Department took samples from the site determining
  • Flowers Planters to Bring Color Downtown

    Flowers Planters to Bring Color Downtown

    Downtown Bismarck will soon look a lot more vibrant come mid-May. A dozen large flower planters will line the sidewalks along Broadway Avenue between 3rd Street and Washington. Businesses will adopt
    Downtown Bismarck will soon look a lot more vibrant come mid-May. A dozen large flower planters will line the sidewalks along Broadway Avenue between 3rd Street and Washington. Businesses will adopt
  • SportsMore>>

  • Mankato Football

    Mankato Football

    Mankato Football

    Wednesday, April 16 2014 6:24 PM EDT2014-04-16 22:24:03 GMT
    One day after it seemed Todd Hoffner would be returning to Mankato State as its new head football coach there's another twist in the story of the infamous coach who was recently re-instated by an arbitrator.
    One day after it seemed Todd Hoffner would be returning to Mankato State as its new head football coach there's another twist in the story of the infamous coach who was recently re-instated by an arbitrator.
  • Hoffner Returning to MSU-Mankato

    Hoffner Returning to MSU-Mankato

    Tuesday, April 15 2014 11:46 PM EDT2014-04-16 03:46:42 GMT
    It was decision day today for Minot State football coach Todd Hoffner and the coaches decision is not what Minot State University football fans wanted to hear. After a short stint as the head coach of
    It was decision day today for Minot State football coach Todd Hoffner and the coaches decision is not what Minot State University football fans wanted to hear. After a short stint as the head coach of
  • MSU Football Coach Leaving - Going Back to Minnesota

    MSU Football Coach Leaving - Going Back to Minnesota

    Tuesday, April 15 2014 4:06 PM EDT2014-04-15 20:06:31 GMT
    The newly-hired football coach at Minot State University is announcing his future plans at a news conference this afternoon. Todd Hoffner was hired in January to take over as MSU's football coach. He
    The newly-hired football coach at Minot State University is headed back to Mankato.

    Todd Hoffner was hired in January to take over as MSU's football coach.

    He had been fired from his head coaching job at Minnesota State-Mankato last year, although the university gave no reason for his dismissal.
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