Governor Burgum opens conference between State and Tribal Leaders; Medical Marijuana entrepreneurs may find financing hard to come by; Denver woman to be sentenced May 31 in connection with DAPL Protests in 2016.
ANew survey shows a majority of ND students are engaged and invested in their schoolwork; Truckers that haul agriculture commodities may soon need to comply with the electronic logging device rule; Secretary of State Al Jaeger to seek re-election.
Park River Woman faces Class C Felony Charge of Aggravated Domestic Assault; Man dies after vehicle strikes horses; Big stink about animal waste releases.
Ardoch woman flees authorities on high speed chase in Grand Forks and Walsh Counties; North Dakota's K-12 student population continues to grow; PSC Commissioner running for re-election.
Tax Commissioner Ryan Rauschenberger to seek another term; Governor Burgum on the "State of State"; Game and Fish urges caution on the ice.
2018 Flood outlook for the Red River and Devils Lake Basins considerably more tame than this time a year ago; Governor Burgum delivers State of the State address; Fort Totten man sentenced to 25 years in prison on drug and firearms charges stemming from statewide manhunt.
State School Superintendent announces new computer science instruction program; tax law passed in December aims to help farm cooperatives; Defendant in DAPL protests pleads guilty.
Grafton Area Chamber of Commerce names new Executive Vice President; Flu cases continue to rise in North Dakota, two more flu-related deaths reported; Lisa Fair McEvers to seek re-election to ND Supreme Court.
Traffic accident near Thompson Thursday claims two lives; Governor Burgum launches plan to reduce traffic fatalities to zero; ND Tourism planning to spend $2.9 million on its 2018 marketing campaign.
ND Department of Transportation launching "Track a Plow" program; Reminder: ND tax booklets and forms only available on line; Oil production numbers "Most optimistic" outlook in quite some time.