Coronavirus Update: North Dakota Reports 1st COVID-19 DeathNorth Dakota health officials on Friday confirmed the state's first death due to COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus.
First Coronavirus Case Confirmed In North DakotaA man has tested positive for the coronavius in North Dakota, the first such case in the state, health officials said.
Bernie Sanders Secures Win In North Dakota CaucusesBernie Sanders led Joe Biden in North Dakota's caucuses as results filtered in slowly Wednesday, a last chance for the Vermont senator to salvage something from after another difficult night in the campaign.
Roofing Company Banned From Doing Business In North DakotaA roofing company has been banned from doing business in North Dakota, state officials said Tuesday.
Fargo To Begin Filling Sandbags In Case Of Red River FloodA city building dubbed Sandbag Central will soon be open for business as Fargo leaders prepare for spring flooding along the Red River.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar Sets North Dakota Appearance After Nevada CaucusesAmy Klobuchar is headed to Fargo as part of a three-state Midwestern swing.
'Top 5' Red River Flood Still Possible Despite Below-Normal PrecipitationA top five flood is still possible in the Red River Valley, even though there have been no storms since mid-January and the short-term forecast is favorable.
Great River Energy Mulls Solutions Amid Financial WoesThe company is assembling teams to look at solutions for the plant, which has operated for about 40 years. Great River Energy closed one of its North Dakota power plants in 2017.
North Dakota Lawmaker Jim Kasper Blames Opponents For Anti-Islam PostsThe Fargo Forum first reported on the posts Tuesday, saying a post shared from Rep. Jim Kasper's account reads: "The whole world has one common problem(:) Islam."
Planned N.D. Refinery By Theodore Roosevelt National Park Hurt By Funding, LawsuitsMeridian wants to build the refinery just 3 miles from the park, which is the state's top tourist attraction with more than 700,000 visitors annually.
Josh Duhamel To Keep Promoting North Dakota Tourism Through 2021Duhamel is from Minot, a city in the northern part of the state that's about an hour's drive from the United States border with Canada.
Winter Storm Prompts Shutdown Of North Dakota InterstatesA winter storm sweeping across North Dakota prompted officials to shut down much of the interstates on Sunday.
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.