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Leak detection drew a significant amount of discussion at a pipeline conversion hearing for Hess, which is seeking to convert 19 miles of 10-inch and 16-inch crude oil gathering lines in McKenzie County into a transmission line for its Keene…
There is a new hearing date for the intake diversion dam’s summary hearing in U.S. District Court in Great Falls.
Days after the U.S. Department of Justice shut down Backpage.com, President Donald Trump signed a bill designed to make it easier to prosecute sites that facilitate human trafficking.
The two school districts that serve Williston have both chosen members to continue meeting like they agreed to last month.
The slate of candidates for the June 12 election is set after Monday’s filing deadline.
A judge rejected a plea agreement on charges related to a series of break-ins and thefts last year as too lenient on Tuesday.
A man was sentenced Tuesday to serve eight years in prison for spreading HIV to another person.
April is Youth STI Awareness Month.
Across the state, North Dakota has more than 1,500 wind turbines taking up 50 square foot each. It's become a rapidly spreading topic of concern for many landowners, and it will be front and center at the upcoming biannual conference…
The complete lack of residential treatment in the Williston area for those who are suffering from drug or alcohol addictions was cited as a top need during a summit last December about the surge in cases of opioid addiction in…
Two men are facing charges of reckless endangerment in McKenzie County after police say they let a boy shoot a pistol in the direction of homes in Watford City.
The Williston police are still asking for information from the public about a bomb threat Friday that caused the evacuation of Williston High School.
Move over spring, winter is moving in. Or so it probably seemed Friday morning, as Williston and other communities across the state set new, record low temperatures.
Monday is the deadline to file paperwork to run for one of the 40 local positions on the ballot for the June election.
Police say a 23-year-old man was upset about a car sale when he punched another man and forced him to come with him to the McKenzie County Courthouse Thursday.
Two men are facing conspiracy charges after police say they worked together to buy and sell methamphetamine.
A man who was accused of breaking into several Williston apartments with his brother was sentenced Friday to five years in prison.
Williston High School was evacuated after a bomb threat was called in around 1:15 p.m. Friday, according to the Williams County Sheriff's Office.
Talk radio inspired a new career for Jim Swartout, but it was the furthest thing from his mind at the time. He was trying to finish a basement project.
Communities across the state will be live-streaming a Day for Prevention, including Williston. The event is part of an effort Gov. Doug Burgum and First Lady Kathryn Helgaas Burgum are championing to reinvent and improve recovery in North Dakota.


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