North Dakota’s governor and congressional delegation say the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded the city of Minot and Ward County more than $40 million in disaster relief funding.
Airlines are rushing to add service to North Dakota to haul in workers drawn by the state’s oil boom.
The last bit of settlement money from a class-action lawsuit over a disastrous train derailment in Minot a decade ago is going to a charity near the site of the wreck.
Authorities say a 19-year-old man was killed when he was struck by a train while walking in Minot early Saturday morning.
The Minnesota Zoo is welcoming 11 African penguins who had to move from a flooded-out North Dakota zoo.
State and local officials say the devastation caused by flooding in Minot shows why it’s important to fund permanent flood protection in the Fargo and Moorhead, Minn., area.
Police said Friday that they arrested a man who they believe fatally shot the mother of his child in a Minot apartment earlier this year, but that they’re still investigating the killing of her brother, mother and mother’s boyfriend.
The first rotation of 120 Minnesota National Guard soldiers helping with the battle against Souris River flooding in Minot is wrapping up its work this week as the second two-week rotation heads in.
Weeks after flooding forced thousands from their homes in Minot, North Dakota, people are finally being allowed back in.
A man who met his future wife in Minot 43 years ago and helped battle the Souris River flood of 1969 is back helping out this year’s flood victims.
Minnesota National Guard soldiers will be helping with the battle against Souris River flooding in Minot.
Gus and Jane Krueger spent part of their 58th wedding anniversary in a McDonald’s restaurant, sipping chocolate milkshakes as a government agent provided a crash course in applying for assistance to salvage their flood-ravaged house.
The Souris River began a slow retreat from Minot on Sunday with no further flood damage in the city, but officials warned danger would remain for several days until the highest water passed.
Things couldn’t get any worse for the people of Minot, North Dakota.
The Souris River broke a more than 130-year-old record at noon when it measured 1,558.52 feet above sea level at the city’s Broadway Bridge. That was about 9. 5 feet above flood stage and a half-foot higher than the record set in 1881.