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BISMARCK — A Burleigh County jury has awarded more than $1 billion in total damages to a survivor and families of two women killed in a 2015 drunken driving crash in Mandan.
BISMARCK — Multiple clusters of syphilis have being reported in North Dakota, state health officials said Monday.
Hosting a party or a special event where food will be served has become a bit more complicated over the last several years, as hosts must now contend with food allergies when planning party menus.
The elderly patient came back to our rural hospital from a hospital in a nearby larger city after having had major surgery and feeding-tube placement. The care from the bigger hospital was superb except that the patient was getting too…
Various factors can contribute to the development of breast cancer. Many women may not be aware that their own reproductive history could be affecting their risk.
The North Dakota State Highway Patrol has charged a 27-year-old man in relation to a fatal crash that happened in early September.
Williston Police blocked off parts of 11th street as the Williston Fire Department responded to a fire on Sunday afternoon.
Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., announced Friday, Nov. 1, that the U.S. Senate passed a bipartisan resolution he introduced to designate Saturday, Nov. 2, as National Bison Day.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Sanford Health will pay millions of dollars to settle a lawsuit over claims it knew a top neurosurgeon was defrauding the federal government through kickbacks and medically unnecessary surgeries, according to court documents filed Monday, Oct.…
Williston Public Works and Engineering is hosting a ribbon cutting and grand opening of their new complex on Nov. 6.
With Halloween, along with any thoughts of fall now in the rear view mirror, things are heating up as we enter into a fast-paced time ahead.
What is your favorite Halloween candy?
Williams County will put off making a decision on whether to grant a conditional use permit to a landfill that’s seeking to become the state’s first TENORM-approved facility.
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Public Service Commission on Thursday, Oct. 31, approved a recommendation to pay out 19 cents on a dollar for cash sale claims against the trust fund assets of Hunter Hanson’s fraudulent grain trading.
ROCHESTER, Minn. — Ten months after a company-wide ban on the sale of sweet drinks in the workplace, employees for a large hospital system in California cut nearly an inch off their waistlines on average, according to new research.
On Friday, Nov. 1, the basement of the Lutheran Social Services building was crowded as workers from JE Dunn Construction Company started the process of gutting the entire floor.
FARGO — A Midwestern state more commonly known for its hot dish and farmland is now ranked the “most rockin’ state” in the country, according to a ticket reseller website.
BISMARCK — State regulators are working through several issues surrounding a wind farm proposed in Ward and McLean counties, including the lighting system atop the turbines and the facility’s interconnection to the electric grid.
The Williston ARC was filled to the brim with costumed characters of all ages for the Annual All City Halloween Party on Thursday.
Many people are excited by the prospects of supporting causes they care about. Charitable donations are how millions of people across the globe express such support, and many charities would not be able to function without donors.

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