After one of the most contentious presidential campaigns in memory, Donald J. Trump will be sworn in as President of the United States on Friday, January 20, 2017. Inaugural events are scheduled throughout the weekend. Here is a look at what to expect:
On Friday, January 20, 2017, Donald Trump with take the oath of office to become the 45th president of the United States.
This week on the 5th Anniversary Edition of the Tech Ranch, Marlo, Jim and guests Marv Dorner and Katie Metaverse talk about how technology has changed since the show's debut..
With the controversy of who is and who is not attending President Elect Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony, it is confirmed that North Dakota's newly elected governor will be in attendance.
A 40 year old male was stabbed and killed on Sunday night in Las Vegas. Apparently the man, Justin Dale Boyer, got into a fight with a family member.
The North Dakota National Guard brought in the big gun to the DAPL site, literally.
Can you really get too much sleep or better yet, can we ever get enough sleep?
You know how we're always telling our children, "walk, don't run", here is one example that could have been more serious of how running in the wrong place or area can be dangerous.
You don't hear or see this often in the Peace Garden State. There is not much information on this, but U.S. Capital Police are on the ground in Fargo executing a search warrant.
In today's news: North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum is calling on state lawmakers to control spending with the state facing "revenue uncertainty."
Kicking off the New Year with a new question of the week with the Bismarck Bobcats.
In the news: North Dakota lawmakers are back in session, faced with depressed crop and crude oil oil prices, and what some call runaway state spending.
We've all heard rumbling of the oil field activity returning at some point in the very near future. The future may be here in 2017.
Saturday night is New Year's Eve and everyone knows that a ball drops in Times Square in NY. But there are many other 'dropped objects' throughout the US.
The world’s still stinging from the loss of Carrie Fisher yesterday, and while we will most likely remember her first as Princess Leia, the actress cultivated a long career of comedy after her Star Wars years. Her one-woman show Wishful Drinking was a must-see on Broadway, and her hilarious, often inscrutable Twitter account will stand as a testament to her bizarre wit. In the wake of Fisher’s sad death on Tuesday, one video in particular has begun to pop up again, and it might just be the comic’s most searing public appearance of all.