A thief crashed a vehicle into a Bismarck gun shop early Monday and stole an unspecified number of firearms, according to police who apprehended a suspect later in the day.
Alden started her high school career at Billings Skyview before moving on to Hardin.
A proposal for a state-backed theme and amusement park that has been mocked as a symbol of wasteful spending was withdrawn Wednesday from the budget of an agency that promotes economic development and tourism in North Dakota.
Legislation that would restrict transgender girls in K-12 sports is set to land on the desk of Gov. Doug Burgum, who hasn't indicated whether he'll sign it into law.
North Dakota's Senate might revive the question of legalizing recreational marijuana, but through a ballot measure put to voters.
Anywhere from 30 to 100 dead cattle were believed to be floating in the Missouri River on Monday, according to North Dakota Department of Environmental Quality spokeswoman Jennifer Skjod.
A 70-year-old Bismarck man with dementia who went missing Wednesday apparently walked about 5 miles north of the city and spent the night in an ice fishing house.
The Buccaneers improved to 3-0.
Rebekah Dallinger, Jana Conejero and Lili Long combined to score 72 points for the Pioneers.
BISMARCK, N.D. — Gov. Doug Burgum on Friday asked North Dakotans to stay home on Thanksgiving and to not celebrate the holiday with people out…
A Powerball ticket sold in Bismarck and worth $100,000 remains unclaimed, and the deadline for doing so nears, according to the North Dakota Lottery office.
White House Coronavirus Task Force Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx toured Bismarck businesses Sunday and Monday, noting the worst mask usage she has seen of nearly 40 states.
North Dakota remained as one of the worst spots in the nation for coronavirus spread on Thursday, with health official reporting a record day of new infections.
Hospitalizations due to illness from the coronavirus reached an all-time high in North Dakota with 105 people receiving treatment in medical centers, state health officials reported Monday.
North Dakota health officials reported 265 new positive coronavirus cases and three new deaths on Wednesday.
North Dakota health officials reported 191 new positive coronavirus cases and two new deaths on Tuesday.
North Dakota health officials are reporting one new death due to COVID-19 and a slight decline in active cases.
Active coronavirus cases in North Dakota rose to another new daily high on Wednesday.
The cases reported Tuesday raise the statewide total since the pandemic reached North Dakota in mid-March to 10,229.
North Dakota has reached 10,000 in the number of COVID-19 cases since the start of the pandemic, health officials said Monday.
North Dakota health officials reported 149 new COVID-19 infections on Tuesday and two additional deaths.
State health officials on Friday reported 168 new cases of COVID-19 in North Dakota, a new daily high.
The pronounced rise of confirmed coronavirus infections around North Dakota's capital city likely stems from multiple Fourth of July gatherings and citizens' failure to take precautions to minimize the risk of spreading the disease, a local health official said Wednesday.