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Fire heavily damages Dickinson high school

March 4, 2014 DICKINSON (AP) — A fire early Monday heavily damaged a Catholic high school in Dickinson, and the school may be closed for the rest of the year. more »»

ND panel pulls private land from drilling rule

March 4, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — The public will not be allowed to comment on oil wells planned on private land in North Dakota under a plan approved by state regulators Monday that's designed to lessen the impacts... more »»

$1M bonds set in Williston murder conspiracy

February 26, 2014 WILLISTON (AP) — Bond has been set at $1 million each for two people accused of plotting a murder in Williston. more »»

ND teacher accused of sex with student resigns

February 26, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — A female Bismarck middle school teacher accused of having sex with a 15-year-old male student has resigne. more »»

Wrongful death suit filed in apartment fire case

February 26, 2014 FARGO (AP) — The parents of a Fargo man who died after an apartment fire nearly two years ago have filed a wrongful death lawsuit accusing the building managers of failing to maintain a working smok... more »»

Feds issue emergency order on oil shipments

February 26, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal regulators issued an emergency order Tuesday requiring more stringent testing of crude oil before shipment by rail to determine how susceptible the cargo is to explosion or... more »»

Syphilis, gonorrhea cases rising in North Dakota

February 26, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — The dramatic jump in sexually transmitted diseases in North Dakota has state health officials trying to reverse the trend by raising awareness among not only residents but also... more »»

ND project donates more than 90 tons of produce

February 17, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — More than 90 tons of fresh produce went to food pantries, soup kitchens and other charities last year through the Hunger Free North Dakota Garden Project. more »»

Grand Forks apartment fire sends 1 to hospital

February 17, 2014 GRAND FORKS (AP) — An apartment fire in Grand Forks over the weekend caused an estimated $40,000 in damage and sent one person to the hospita. more »»

Body of Jamestown woman found in minivan

February 17, 2014 JAMESTOWN (AP) — Jamestown police say the body of a 78-year-old woman missing since Tuesday has been found inside her minivan. Maj. more »»

Rent in ND city of Williston exceeds NY, LA

February 17, 2014 WILLISTON (AP) — The rapidly growing North Dakota oil patch city of Williston has the highest average rent in the United States, a national study from an apartment renting guide shows. more »»

Travel treacherous in much of North Dakota

February 13, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — Interstate 94 has reopened between Jamestown and Valley City but travel remains difficult in much of North Dakota because of blowing snow. more »»

Casey's General Stores buying Stop-n-Go chain

February 13, 2014 FARGO (AP) — Iowa-based Casey's General Stores Inc. is buying the chain of Stop-n-Go convenience stores in the Upper Midwest. more »»

Feds accuse 2 brothers of purposely spoiling spuds

February 13, 2014 FARGO (AP) — Two brothers who operated a North Dakota potato farm are accused in federal court of intentionally spoiling potatoes in order to collect insurance. more »»

Eatery at ND capitol getting $1 million makeover

February 13, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — The cafe at the North Dakota State Capitol is getting a $1 million makeover to increase customer flow and seating. more »»

White supremacist sells home in North Dakota town

February 11, 2014 LEITH (AP) — A white supremacist who tried to take over a small North Dakota town has sold his house there. more »»

Judge sentences ND man to 30 years for sex abuse

February 11, 2014 FARGO (AP) — A North Dakota man has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for sexually abusing a girl beginning about three years after he was released from prison for killing his infant child. more »»

Hoeven calls meeting to address slow rail service

February 11, 2014 BISMARCK (AP) — Sen. John Hoeven says he's bringing together railroad and farm officials to address agriculture shipping delays. more »»

 
 

 

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