Several news laws to take effect Tuesday August 1, including new conceal and carry law and increase in fine for littering; Medicaid sees 52nd birthday over the weekend; Fatal crashes claim two lives over the weekend.
More details on a July 18 crash south of Grafton that resulted in the death of a Langdon man; State revenue collections for biennium $27 million ahead of March forecast; Governor Burgum declares drought disaster for most of North Dakota.
Cavalier man faces several charges stemming from July 18 accident that resulted in the death of a Langdon man. More details of the case.
A Langdon man who sustained injuries in a crash July 18 south of Grafton has died. Cavalier man charged with DUI, Reckless Endangerment and Terrorizing; Travel on Hill Ave./Highway 81 in Grafton to get a little easier today; Fine for littering on ND roadways to increase as of Aug. 1.
ND Supreme Court rules 4-1 to keep judgeship in Grafton; Discussion concerning Red River Valley Water project; ND pilots speak out against privatizing air traffic control.
Unity Medical Center is alerting the public of a phone scam using the hospital's name; Most crops in the state rated fair to good according to the latest Crop Progress and Condition report from USDA's NASS; New poll gives President Trump a 59 % approval rating in North Dakota.
U.S. Highway 81 to be closed north of Grafton beginning today; 20-year old Crookston man faces charges for exploding firework in downtown Grand Forks bar early Sunday; North Dakota's crime rate shows slow drop.
Grafton man recently found not guilty of Gross Sexual Imposition faces new charges in Northeast District Court; ND Highway 81 north of Grafton to be closed next week for construction; New Grafton church to hold block party Saturday.
Cavalier man charged with DUI, Langdon couple injured in Tuesday crash in Grafton; ND Farmers Union president concerned about what new Farm Bill might look like; tips Summer healthy eating.