North Dakota Native Awarded For Efforts To End HungerA Minnesota college student says she has raised $115,000 in a decade toward ending hunger in North Dakota. Lauryn Hinckley was 9 years old and living in Bismarck, North Dakota, when she created Stopping Hunger One Backpack at a Time.
Ex-North Dakota Grain Trader Signs Plea Deal In Fraud SchemeA former North Dakota grain trader accused in a multi-million dollar fraud scheme has signed a plea agreement in federal court.
$1.6 Billion Pipeline Proposed For North Dakota Crude OilTwo companies are proposing a $1.6 billion pipeline to move North Dakota crude oil, making it the biggest such project in the state since the Dakota Access pipeline that sparked violent clashes between protesters and law enforcement in 2016 and 2017.
Police: Suspect In North Dakota Murders Tried To Dupe VideoA North Dakota man charged Friday in an attack that left four dead at a business that manages the mobile home park where he lives took steps to avoid detection by snatching up shell casings, changing his clothing, and bleaching a knife and gun, according to court documents.
Man Arrested In Mandan Quadruple SlayingsPolice in North Dakota say they've arrested a 44-year-old man in the slayings of four people earlier this week at a business in Mandan, near the capital city of Bismarck.
Police: 'Several' Bodies Found At North Dakota BusinessPolice investigating "several" bodies found at a North Dakota business are checking nearby surveillance video.
NYC Councilman's Claim To Be Tallest Politician Challenged By North Dakota CommissionerIt didn't take long for a New York City councilman's claim that he's the world's tallest male politician to draw some challenges.
As Flood Looms, Fargo Back To BaggingNorth Dakota's largest city is back in the sandbag-filling business with a new crop of volunteers after a five-year break from warding off major Red River floods.
Fargo Prepares For A Major Flood SeasonThe National Weather Service says "significant" snowmelt flooding is likely this spring in the Red River Valley after last week's massive late-winter storm in the Midwest.
Project Provides 'Hope' For 16K Abused, Neglected KidsRepresentatives say a project that provides backpacks to abused or neglected children entering the social services system has served more than 16,000 children in North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota since its launch in 2008.
Major Flood Thread Rises In Red River ValleyThe National Weather Service says there's a 50 percent chance the river will reach 35 feet in Fargo-Moorhead, which is considered major flood stage.