More than 200 officers cleared out the campsite at the DAPL protest area that has been the site of national attention for over 8 months.
You know fisherman can tell fishing tales, here's one that could be for real!
In today's news: Nineteen workers are on the street in the latest round of layoffs at St. Alexius, totaling over ninety layoffs since early last year.
It's a sign of the times as CHI St. Alexius goes through another painful round of layoffs at the hospital.
The Senate is not messing around when it comes to the dress code on the Capital Senate floor, even when it comes to newly elected Governor Doug Burgum.
Warmer temperatures on tap for the weekend and you'll want to enjoy some of these activates around the area.
In today's news: State officials say they're increasingly concerned about the cleanup progress at the main Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp.
Hundreds of North Bismarck residents are without water tonight due to a damaged water pipe.
Dakota Housing Network hosts Greg Larson and Dave Flohr talk about how the housing market has shifted following last year's election.
In today's news: despite the governor's endorsement, the North Dakota House rejected a measure Friday to prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation.
In today's news: The builders of the DAPL say they plan to resume construction right away, while a coalition of tribes files for a restraining order.
Warning! This is a terribly sick story and the 'ick' factor is disgusting!
Time to start thinking about county and state fairs coming up this summer. With all the snow on the ground, it's very easy to start thinking about summer and festivals.
Authorities in the Upper Midwest are on the lookout for a man in a Ford Taurus who shot at a Highway Patrolman while making his getaway.
In today's news: Sheriffs in North Dakota report they ordered dozens of 'rogue' protesters to vacate property Wednesday near the Dakota Access Pipeline.
It's hard to recall sometimes, but at one point classic rock artists were the norm during halftime at the Super Bowl.