N.D. Looking To Clean Up Waste Land In OilfieldsA half-century after it held saltwater and other oil-drilling waste, an abandoned pit near the Little Missouri River in western North Dakota was dug out and filled with fresh soil this week with hopes that the site will someday be capable of producing vegetation again.
Couple Accused Of Going On Robbery, Burglary Spree In Minn., N.D.A Warwick couple is accused in a business robbery and burglary spree. Authorities allege 36-year-olds Billy and Crystal Herman robbed a bar in Buxton and burglarized a convenience store in Grandin on Oct. 30.
Number Of 'Income Millionaires' In North Dakota Grows By 81The state Tax Department says the number of North Dakotans reporting income of more than $1 million went up 7.5 percent last year. The agency says 1,120 North Dakota taxpayers reported adjusted gross income of more than $1 million in 2014, compared with 1,041 North Dakotans in that category in 2013.
Mike Max Tries His Hand At Duck Hunting In North DakotaSaturday marked the first day for firearm deer hunting in Minnesota, but many more hunters are waiting for the migration of northern ducks to pass through our state.
Mpls. Man Sentenced With Possession, Intent To Sell Meth In N.D.A Minneapolis man has been sentenced to 11 years in prison for dealing large quantities of methamphetamine in North Dakota and Minnesota.
Hunting Violations Skyrocket In N.D. Oil Patch Hunting- and fishing-related violations have increased dramatically in the heart of the western North Dakota oil patch.
UND Students, Staff Toying With New Fighting Hawks Nickname University of North Dakota, home of the Fighting Hawks?
Legal Fees Awarded In N.D. Gay Marriage LawsuitA federal judge has awarded legal fees to a national gay rights group that sued North Dakota on behalf of a same-sex couple, though he criticized attorneys who worked on the case.
Industrial Hemp Research Program Launched In N.D.North Dakota's Agriculture Department is launching a research program to help determine whether industrial hemp can be a viable commodity in the state.
UND Team Nicknames Narrowed Down To 3The University of North Dakota is trying to come up with a new nickname for its athletic teams. It's gone without one since getting rid of the nickname, "the Fighting Sioux."
Dayton Ups Inspections Of Twin Cities Rail Lines Carrying Crude OilThe Democratic governor on Wednesday said BNSF railroad did not properly notify the state that it is transporting highly flammable crude oil from North Dakota through downtown Minneapolis while it reconstructs railroad tracks elsewhere.
Celebration After Renovation Of 86-Year-Old Red River BridgeNorth Dakota and Minnesota officials are celebrating the completion of a renovation project on a Red River bridge. The Sorlie Memorial Bridge spans the river between Grand Forks and East Grand Forks. The 283-foot-long bridge was built in 1929.