Xcel Offered ND Gov. More Than Free Super Bowl TicketsGov. Burgum's trip to the Super Bowl as a guest of a Xcel Energy included free invitations to a rock concert, private parties, meals and other events,
Head Of FBI For Minnesota, Dakotas To RetireSpecial Agent in Charge Rick Thornton plans to leave the FBI's Minneapolis division at the end of February.
ND's Governor To Repay $37K For Super Bowl SuiteNorth Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum said Wednesday he will repay a Minnesota electric utility $37,000 for tickets the company provided him and his wife for Sunday's Super Bowl in Minneapolis.
Sheriff: $1M In Drugs Found In Truck Of Super Bowl-Bound Father, SonAuthorities say a father and his adult son have been arrested after sheriff's deputies found drugs worth more than $1 million in their pickup truck during an interstate traffic stop in North Dakota.
N.D. Governor Attending Super Bowl As Guest Of Xcel EnergyGov. Doug Burgum and first lady Kathryn Helgaas Burgum are attending the Super Bowl game as guests of a Minneapolis-based utility.
Arrests Made After Nearly 500 Lbs. Of Pot Seized In SE North DakotaAuthorities in North Dakota say two people have been arrested after nearly 500 pounds of marijuana was seized Sunday morning.
North Dakota Extends Duhamel's Tourism Pitchman RoleJosh Duhamel will be paid $365,000 to be the face of the state's tourism campaign for the next two years.
Court Cases From Coordinated 2016 Pipeline Protest DelayedSeveral court cases stemming from a coordinated pipeline protest in four states have been delayed.
Mysterious Ice Spikes Confuse N.D. DriversThree days ago, Olley Eberhardt and his neighbors near Leonard noticed something peeking out of the river.
Victims In North Dakota Double-Fatal Crash IdentifiedThe Highway Patrol has identified two people who died after a weekend pickup truck rollover near Wahpeton in southeastern North Dakota.
Concordia College DL Coach Gets Head Coaching Job At N.D. ScienceConcordia College defensive line coach Eric Issendorf has been named head football coach at the North Dakota State College of Science.
Minn. Woman Gets 6 Years For Role In N.D. KillingA Crookston, Minnesota, woman will serve nearly six years in prison for trying to cover up a killing at a North Dakota truck stop.

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