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Rental discrimination ban approved in Grand Forks

October 8, 2013 GRAND FORKS (AP) — The Grand Forks City Council has banned housing discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, though not all city leaders think it's a good idea. more »»

Sanford planning breast cancer facility in SD

October 8, 2013 SIOUX FALLS (AP) — Dakotas-based Sanford Health is planning a multimillion-dollar breast cancer facility in Sioux Falls. more »»

12 lawyers and judges apply for ND Supreme Court

October 8, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — The North Dakota Supreme Court says 12 judges and lawyers have applied for the open position on the court left by Justice Mary Maring's retirement at the end of the year. more »»

Dru Sjodin's mom, Linda Walker, to speak in ND

October 8, 2013 GRAND FORKS (AP) — The mother of a slain University of North Dakota Dru Sjodin plans to speak Tuesday in Grand Forks at a Take Back the Night Rally. more »»

Hundreds in ND remain without power after storm

October 7, 2013 BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Some of the hundreds of people in southwestern North Dakota who lost electricity during a weekend snowstorm could remain in the dark for a whil. more »»

Popular ND tourist town prepares for some changes

October 7, 2013 DICKINSON (AP) — The Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation president says he is looking forward to some tweaks to the popular tourist town in western North Dakota. more »»

Survey: Walleye, perch numbers up on Devils Lake

October 7, 2013 DEVILS LAKE (AP) — North Dakota Game and Fish Department officials say results from the summer portion of a fishing survey on Devils Lake and nearby Stump Lake show impressive numbers. more »»

Michigan man downs 27 slices of bacon in 2 minutes

October 7, 2013 GRAND FORKS (AP) — A Michigan man wolfed down 27 slices of bacon in two minutes because he wanted a trophy with a pig on top of it. Thirty-four-old Jason Day, from Ypsilanti, Mich. more »»

Fargo upgrading its pedestrian signals

October 7, 2013 FARGO (AP) — North Dakota's largest city is upgrading its pedestrian signals to help visually impaired and blind walkers safely cross city streets. more »»

ND 2nd quarter taxable sales down 2.4 percent

October 3, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota's taxable sales and purchases dropped 2.4 percent during April, May and June when compared to the same three months a year ago, according to the state Tax Department. more »»

ND man charged in assault, robbery of 2 women

October 3, 2013 GRAND FORKS (AP) — A North Dakota man suspected of breaking into a Grand Forks apartment and raping and robbing two women at gunpoint has been charged with multiple felonie. more »»

Roosevelt Park workers round up 150 head of bison

October 3, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — Theodore Roosevelt National Park officials say 150 head of bison have been recently removed from the park and relocate. more »»

Minn. toddler in ND hospital for biting detergent

October 3, 2013 FARGO (AP) — A 1-year-old Minnesota boy who bit into a Tide detergent pod is being treated for poisoning at a North Dakota hospital. Alexander Rohde from Hitterdal, Minn., turned 1 last week. more »»

Navigator: Some in ND 'ecstatic' over health care

October 3, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — Donene Feist has adopted a shoe company's trademark slogan in her effort to help people get insurance through the nation's new health care law. more »»

USDA providing loan for Bowman hospital project

October 1, 2013 DICKINSON (AP) — The U.S. Agriculture Department is providing a $15 million loan to help build a new hospital and clinic in the southwestern North Dakota city of Bowman. more »»

American Crystal Sugar to default on USDA loan

October 1, 2013 FARGO (AP) — American Crystal Sugar will default on a government loan of $71.2 million under a program that provides relief when a glut of sugar depresses prices. more »»

Odds of deer-vehicle collisions down dramatically

October 1, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — The odds of motorists crashing into deer in North Dakota have dropped dramatically. more »»

Man must repay for burning church on Standing Rock

October 1, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — A Cannonball man must pay back the cost of a church he set fire to on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation. more »»

2nd North Dakotan dies of West Nile death in 2013

October 1, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — A second North Dakotan has died this year from the West Nile virus. more »»

North Dakota sees steady increase in dentists

September 30, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota has seen a steady increase in the number of dentists practicing in the state in recent years. more »»



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