North Dakota Officials Shoot Mountain Lion Dead Near Downtown BismarckA mountain lion that wildlife officials had tracked last fall before it thwarted their efforts was shot and killed Tuesday after wandering into an area not far from the North Dakota state capital city's downtown.
Wisconsin Man Gets 25 Years In Fargo-Area Drug OverdosesTwenty-eight-year-old Jovan Harris of Milwaukee was sentenced this week on multiple federal drug charges.
North Dakota Darkhouse Spearfishing Season Sets RecordsThe majority of spearfishing anglers are from North Dakota, though nearly 1,200 Minnesotans also registered last winter.
Sheriff: Body Of Timothy Burhow Found On Western Wis. Hunting PropertyThe body of a Grand Forks, North Dakota man was found in a western Wisconsin field Tuesday night. The Polk County Sheriff’s office says authorities were contacted just before 8:30 p.m. on a report of a dead body on a hunting property in Fertile, Wisconsin.
North Dakota Tribes Scramble To Clear Voter ID HurdleThe stricter voter ID rules are taking effect for the first time after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling earlier this month allowed the state to require street addresses, as opposed to other addresses such as post office boxes. Now tribes are scrambling to make sure everyone on the reservation can vote in the November election, which includes a race that could help determine control of the U.S. Senate.
Mike Max Goes Duck Hunting In North Dakota Pothole CountryYou hear stories about how good the duck hunting has been with an early migration, so you pack the decoys, waiters and shotgun and head to North Dakota. There is nothing like a trip to North Dakota’s pothole country for a duck hunter. The one thing you notice while you make your way around here is the corn is high, and still in the field. The rains have delayed the annual harvest.
Change-Of-Plea Set For Man Accused Of Attacking PriestA Minnesota man charged with attacking a priest in North Dakota is scheduled to change his not guilty plea.
Up To 17 Inches Of Snow Fell In North Dakota The first significant snow of the season has dumped as much as 17 inches in parts of eastern North Dakota.
Cousins Take Opposite Sides On Red River Diversion PlanAn open house to discuss environmental impacts of a Red River diversion channel may have been the last chance to air grievances.
North Dakota's Smallest Town To Double In PopulationState law says it takes a minimum of three residents for a community to be incorporated.
Aggressive Weed Found In ND For 1st TimeA weed that's strong enough to stop combines and resist many herbicides has been found in North Dakota for the first time, the state Agriculture Department said Tuesday .
Work Begins On Proposed Oil Refinery Near Theodore Roosevelt National Park Meridian Energy Group said Tuesday that it has begun site work for an oil refinery about 3 miles (5 kilometers) from Theodore Roosevelt National Park in western North Dakota, though the project still faces hurdles, including a lawsuit by environmental groups.