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Suspected drunk driver arrested after crash

January 17, 2015 A suspected drunk driver was injured when he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into three parked cars at a Minot hotel early Friday morning. more »»

CARE Act designed to help family caregivers

January 17, 2015 A bill requiring medical facilities to keep family caregivers better informed when their family members enter or leave facilities will be heard before a legislative committee Tuesday. more »»

Hepatitis C victims seek class action status from federal court in nation’s third largest outbreak

January 17, 2015 MINNEAPOLIS – Victims of the third largest Hepatitis C outbreak in U.S. history filed a motion in federal court in North Dakota last week formally seeking class action statu. more »»

N.D. committee considers 'surge funding'

January 17, 2015 BISMARCK (AP) — Officials from western North Dakota's oil-producing region pleaded with lawmakers Friday to expedite hundreds of millions of dollars in special funding so that infrastructure project... more »»

Amtrak is back

January 16, 2015 A clear message was delivered at the Minot Amtrak station Thursday afternoon – the full Amtrak schedule has been restored across the state. more »»


January 16, 2015 A flagpole with a stone base was placed in Rosehill Memorial Park in Minot more than 80 years ago to honor those who served in the Civil Wa. more »»

Mending Hearts gives those affected hope

January 16, 2015 The first N.D. chapter of Mended Hearts was launched in Minot, offering a chance for heart disease patients, their families and caregivers in the city to come together and give hope to each other. more »»

Surrey votes to allow open enrollment

January 16, 2015 The Surrey school board voted Wednesday to again allow open enrollment into Surrey for students who live outside the district. more »»

Airport boardings up in N.D. in 2014

January 16, 2015 North Dakota’s commercial service airports finished 2014 with a record high of more than 1.24 million passenger boardings, according to the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission. more »»

Minot man faces child sexual abuse charges

January 16, 2015 Damon Yellow Wolf, 37, of Minot, was arrested by Deputy U.S. Marshals in Bismarck Wednesday morning, and charged with sexually abusing three children. more »»

Kids on tribal lands lack access to high-speed Internet

January 16, 2015 Eighty percent of kids living on reservations in North Dakota don’t have access to high-speed Internet, according to a recent report from the Federal Communications Commission. Sen. more »»

Enjoy the warm weather

January 15, 2015 It may be much too early in the calendar to call it spring, but warm weather in January is always welcome this near the Canadian border. more »»

Eye on appropriation

January 15, 2015 Minot city officials are closely watching a legislative bill that could mean as much as $50 million in funding for local infrastructure projects. more »»

Corps urges caution on ice

January 15, 2015 The luck could run out at any time. Jeff Keller, U.S. more »»

Toxic saltwater enters Little Muddy

January 15, 2015 The State Health Department calls it a big spill. If it is not the largest they have encountered, it certainly may prove to be the most significant in terms of its effect on the environment. more »»

Higher education board chair resigns in advance of hearing

January 15, 2015 Kirsten Diederich, chair of the State Board of Higher Education, submitted her resignation to Gov. more »»

Oil production numbers set new record

January 15, 2015 North Dakota set a new record for oil production in November, but that was about all the good news reported as the dropping price of oil continues to plague the oil industry. more »»

Jundt arrested for 4th DUI

January 15, 2015 A Minot man is facing a felony charge after being arrested Tuesday for driving under the influence for the fourth time. Capt. John Klug with the Minot Police Department reported 27-year-old Eric A. more »»

Bill aims to promote retirement savings

January 15, 2015 Small employers hampered in offering retirement savings accounts to employees could get some help from the state under legislation backed by AARP. more »»

In remembrance of Hazel

January 14, 2015 People still remember Hazel Miner in Center, 95 years after the teenager froze to death in a sudden spring blizzard while protecting her little brother and sister from the harsh element. more »»



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