No Voter Registration Point Of Pride, Unease In North DakotaIn an era when hacking has raised concerns about the security of America's elections and President Donald Trump rages about voter fraud, North Dakota stands out as the only state that doesn't require voter registration.
1 Hurt After Semitrailer Crashes With TrainThe 42-year-old driver from Moorhead, Minnesota, was taken to a Fargo hospital with injuries the patrol says are not life-threatening.
Authorities ID N.D. Man Killed By Semi On I-94Authorities have released the name of a 35-year-old North Dakota man who was struck and killed by a semi-truck as he walked on Interstate 94.
Patrol: Driver Says Phone Charger Started Car-Destroying FireA 21-year-old Twin Cities man told authorities in North Dakota that he saw flames coming from his cell phone charger minutes before his vehicle was engulfed in flames.
N.D. Mother Found Dead With 3 Children Had Financial StrugglesCourt records indicate a woman who, along with her three children, died of gunshot wounds at her home in North Dakota may have been struggling with financial problems.
North Dakota Sees 1st E. Coli Infection From Tainted LettuceNorth Dakota has its first documented case of E. coli associated with a national food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce.
3 Children, Woman Found Dead In Grand Forks HomeAuthorities say all four victims are Grand Forks residents, and they all died of gunshot wounds.
10 More Charged In International Fentanyl OperationU.S. prosecutors have charged 10 more people in an international fentanyl trafficking operation they say led to overdose deaths in four states.
North Dakota School Might Have 'Rape Game' Culture, Report SaysThe report stresses there is much confusion about what has actually occurred.
North Dakota Issues No Travel Advisory In Grand Forks AreaNorth Dakota officials are advising motorists not to travel in the Grand Forks area because of near-zero visibility and icy roads.
NWS: Flood Chances Low For Red River This SpringThe National Weather Service says the threat of spring flooding along the Red River in eastern North Dakota and western Minnesota remains low.
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,