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Bismarck woman pleads not guilty to child neglect

October 16, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — A Bismarck woman accused of watching too many children in her home and neglecting one of them has pleaded not guilty. more »»

Federal judge seeks justice for American Indian

October 15, 2013 GRAND FORKS (AP) — A federal appeals judge from North Dakota is supporting a campaign to free an American Indian woman who was convicted of second-degree murder in the death of her infant son and... more »»

Rainy shutdown protest draws about 25 people

October 15, 2013 FARGO (AP) — About 25 people stood in the rain in downtown Fargo over the noon hour Monday to protest the federal government shutdown that's reached the two-week mark. more »»

Jilted bride donates reception to care group

October 15, 2013 MOORHEAD, Minn. (AP) — A bride who has already spent thousands of dollars on a dream wedding is donating her reception to a Moorhead organization that serves people with disabilitie. more »»

Japanese TV drama filmed on UND campus set to air

October 15, 2013 GRAND FORKS (AP) — A Japanese television drama that was filmed on location at the University of North Dakota aviation school and other spots on campus is slated to premiere this week. more »»

Official: Missouri River cottonwoods in danger

October 15, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — Cottonwood trees that once dominated forests along the Missouri River are in danger of disappearing, a North Dakota Forest Service official says. more »»

Supremacist's white enclave plan in ND gets boost

October 11, 2013 LEITH (AP) — A white supremacist trying to turn a small southwestern North Dakota town into an all-white enclave has convinced a family to join him. more »»

Oxbow mayor says ring dike plan driving home sales

October 11, 2013 FARGO (AP) — The mayor of a North Dakota town located in the path of a proposed Red River diversion channel says real estate prices are showing some life because of plans for a ring levee. more »»

ND Information Technology Dept. gets new chief

October 11, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — Gov. Jack Dalrymple has appointed a new chief for the state Information Technology Department. more »»

Plans unveiled for proposed Dickinson event center

October 11, 2013 DICKINSON (AP) — Dickinson residents are getting their first look at plans for a proposed $100 million events center and arena grounds. more »»

As Bakken booms, drug arrests spike

October 11, 2013 BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — The booming Bakken oil patch that's given a major boost to U.S. energy production has emerged as a new front in the fight against drug trafficking. more »»

Superintendent took gun to ND school after threat

October 10, 2013 (AP) – After more than 20 years in education, D'Wayne Johnston says a confrontation with a student prompted him to bring a gun to school in the small North Dakota community where he's a... more »»

ND manslaughter suspect says he was trying to help

October 10, 2013 MANDAN (AP) — A Mandan man on trial for manslaughter in the death of another man after a fight at a house party has said the victim was his friend and that he had been trying to help him. more »»

ND man ordered to pay $20,000 in grain bin scam

October 10, 2013 FARGO (AP) — A Langdon man has been placed on probation and ordered to pay $20,000 for his role in a scheme to fleece farmers. Lance Schill pleaded guilty in June to money laundering. more »»

Deer disease now being found in some ND cattle

October 10, 2013 BISMARCK (AP) — A fatal disease that has struck North Dakota's deer population this year is now being found in cattle. more »»

Dakotas reservation site of Pediatric Dental Day

October 10, 2013 FORT YATES (AP) — As many as 400 children on the Standing Rock Reservation will be getting free dental care this wee. more »»

Mandan man involved in deadly fight stands trial

October 9, 2013 MANDAN (AP) — No one disputes that Colten Towry punched Derek Oshkeshequoam at a Mandan house party last year. more »»

Jamestown regulates adult entertainment businesses

October 9, 2013 JAMESTOWN (AP) — The city of Jamestown has decided to regulate adult entertainment businesses before they become an issue. more »»

Leaders ousted in eastern North Dakota county

October 9, 2013 COOPERSTOWN (AP) — Residents of Griggs County have kicked all five county commissioners out of office. more »»

 
 
 

 

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