US Army Corps Awards 2nd Contract For Red River Diversion ProjectThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded its second contract for a Red River diversion project around the flood-prone Fargo and Moorhead, Minnesota metropolitan area.
Gabe Kalscheur Scores 18 As Minnesota Beats North Dakota, 79-56Kalscheur is one reason the Gophers have opted for a heavier 3-point attack this year after being one of the worst teams in the nation from 3 last season.
'Sometimes You Suffer Together': Many Midwest Sugar Beet Farmers Endure Difficult HarvestIt's been a bitter harvest for many Minnesota and North Dakota sugar beet farmers.
Former Grain Trader Hunter Hanson, 22, Gets 8 Years In Prison For $11M ScamA former North Dakota grain trader who admitted to bilking farmers, elevators and commodity brokers out of millions of dollars was sentenced Tuesday to eight years in federal prison.
South Dakota Keystone XL Opponents Point To North Dakota SpillOpponents of the Keystone XL pipeline in South Dakota were making their case against a handful of water permits this week in a process so contentious that it is being extended to additional meetings next month. Now, those opponents are pointing to a major spill in North Dakota to bolster their case.
383,000 Gallons Leak From Keystone Oil Pipeline In North DakotaCalgary-based TC Energy says in a statement that the pipeline leak affected about 22,500 square feet of land near Edinburg, in Walsh County.
N.D. Lawmaker Apologizes For Fake Omar Photo, But Not To OmarA Republican state senator from North Dakota said Wednesday he's sorry for posting a long-debunked photo that purports to show Minnesota Democratic U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar holding a weapon at an al-Qaida training camp, but that he won't apologize to Omar.
North Dakota Lawmaker Posts Bogus Photo Of Omar On FacebookA Republican state senator from North Dakota took to Facebook to post a long-debunked photo that claims to be Minnesota Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar holding a weapon at an al-Qaida training camp.
Interstate Reopens In North Dakota Though No Travel AdvisedNorth Dakota's Transportation Department has re-opened Interstate 29 from Fargo to the Canadian border, though authorities are still advising no travel throughout much of the state.
I-94 Closed As Early October Blizzard Slams North DakotaAn early October snowstorm is whirling its way through eastern North Dakota, making travel dangerous across the state.
'Potentially Historic' Fall Snowstorm Pushing Through The DakotasA powerful winter-like storm moving through the Great Plains is closing schools and causing travel headaches in multiple states.