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North Dakota inmate's hearing to be held at prison

September 30, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — The initial court appearance of an inmate charged with attempted murder for an attack on a prison guard will be held at the North Dakota State Penitentiary for security reasons. more »»

Minot man says he will plead guilty in meth case

September 30, 2013 MINOT (AP) — A North Dakota man says he will plead guilty on drug and weapons charges. more »»

More than 100 wild horses sell during auction

September 30, 2013 WISHEK (AP) — Theodore Roosevelt National Park sold more than 100 wild horses during a weekend auction aimed at thinning the herd to a size the park can accommodate. more »»

Group: Health care law may overlook ND homeless

September 30, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — An advocacy group intends to help spread the word to homeless people in North Dakota about insurance marketplaces created by the Affordable Care Act. more »»

Wash. doctor in ND court on Medicare fraud charges

September 26, 2013 FARGO (AP) — A Seattle doctor accused of turning in phony Medicare claims that included nursing home visits to patients who were dead pleaded not guilty Wednesday in federal court. Bruce C. more »»

Man arrested in Bismarck for robbery using toy gun

September 26, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — Bismarck police have arrested a Wing man accused of robbing a man with a toy gun. more »»

1 Medora building spared but another to be razed

September 26, 2013 MEDORA (AP) — One of the oldest buildings in Medora will be demolished, but one next to it was spared the wrecking ball. more »»

ND exchange insurance above national average

September 26, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota residents will have fewer insurance options and higher bills than the national average in the federally run health insurance exchange, according a federal report release... more »»

'Energy corridor' concept pushed in North Dakota

September 26, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — Gov. more »»

White supremacist leader visits ND town

September 24, 2013 LEITH (AP) — Hundreds of people from three states converged Sunday on the tiny southwestern North Dakota town of Leith to support the community of 16 people as the leader of a white supremacist grou... more »»

Work to begin soon on Watford City bypass project

September 24, 2013 WATFORD CITY (AP) — State transportation officials are launching a $55 million traffic bypass project in the Watford City area. The 8-mile bypass will route U.S. more »»

Teen sentenced in school assault case in ND

September 24, 2013 FARGO (AP) — A former male student at Davies High School in Fargo who was accused of sexually assaulting a female classmate in a school hallway in March has pleaded guilty to reduced charges and bee... more »»

Man accused in reservation killing found guilty

September 24, 2013 FARGO (AP) — A man was convicted Monday afternoon of killing two children on the Spirit Lake Indian Reservation in North Dakota. more »»

Bismarck might have edge in convention competition

September 24, 2013 FARGO (AP) — The expansion of the Bismarck Civic Center will give Bismarck an edge in the competition for conventions, the head of Fargo-Moorhead's Convention and Visitors Bureau said. more »»

Confederate flag causes stir at ND high school

September 17, 2013 FARGO (AP) — A student at a North Dakota high school named for a federal judge who played a big role in the civil rights movement caused a stir when he displayed a Confederate flag in the back of hi... more »»

Oil companies help Keene upgrade rescue equipment

September 17, 2013 KEENE (AP) — The western North Dakota oil patch town of Keene got a little help from the oil industry when officials decided to upgrade emergency response equipment. more »»

Dad of slain kids says he felt pressure to confess

September 17, 2013 FARGO (AP) — The father of two children slain on the Spirit Lake Reservation in North Dakota says he did nothing wrong and felt pressured by FBI agents to confess to killing them. Travis DuBois Sr. more »»

Suspect in Dickinson hit-and-run pleads not guilty

September 17, 2013 DICKINSON (AP) — A man accused of being behind the wheel in a fatal hit-and-run incident in Dickinson has now pleaded not guilty to both charges against him. more »»

Game department asks for whooping cranes sightings

September 17, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota's game agency wants people to report any sightings of whooping cranes during the fall migration, so they can be tracked. more »»

Red River diversion leaders seek to join lawsuit

September 13, 2013 FARGO (AP) — The Red River Diversion Authority is asking a federal judge to allow the group to intervene in a lawsuit filed by opponents of the planned project to divert the river around Fargo, N.. more »»



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