Most North Dakota State Assessment results now available to schools; Sanford Health pioneering cancer research, clinical studies available; North Dakota early Canada Goose season hunters bagged more than 36,000 birds.
Area graduation ceremonies to be held in region this weekend; Governor Burgum directs government agencies to fly the U.S. and North Dakota flags at half staff until noon Monday in observance of Memorial Day; Oil and saltwater spill in Burke County.
Construction begins today on Highway 17 west of Park River, motorists should expect delays; Lewis and Clark foundation bestows gift to state; New income guidelines for WIC announced.
More than 150 ND state employees apply for buyouts; Be on the lookout for Emerald Ash Borer; Board of Higher Educations takes closer look at foundations.
Despite rain, some portions of ND close to drought conditions; Health Department continues to monitor diesel fuel spill in Devils Lake, no harm to fish or wildlife; Construction to begin next week on overhead bridges along I-29.
Governor declares disaster area due to flooding for 10 North Dakota counties including Walsh, Pembina and Cavalier; Deadline to apply for state employee buyouts is today; Two people seriously injured in I-29 crash.
ND Health Department monitoring diesel fuel spill in Devils Lake; American Crystal Sugar Company factory employees to vote on new contract today; victims who died in oil patch collision identified.
ND law enforcement will be checking to see if you are wearing your seat belt during click it or ticket campaign; ND public colleges and universities to raise tuition; New record fish caught in ND.