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KOTA-TV Rapid City
Deep frost causing basement flooding, line breaks
Deep frost from a brutally cold winter in the Dakotas is leading to an increase in basement flooding, water main breaks and bumps in the roads as the ground begins to thaw.
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Minot Daily News
Not quite up to par
BISMARCK North Dakota has a preliminary new all-time high of 10,100 producing wells but North Dakota's oil production in January amounted to 933,128 barrels a day, only slightly higher than the previous month's 926,687 barrels a day.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Taylor announces bid for ND ag commissioner
In this Nov. 17, 2010 file photo, North Dakota state Sen. Ryan Taylor, D-Towner, is seen in Bismarck, N.D. Taylor, a rancher and former North Dakota Senate Democratic leader who lost a bid for governor two years ago, says he will seek his party's endorsement for state agriculture commissioner.
ND university system to provide ID protection
In this July 31, 2013 file photo, Larry Skogen, acting chancellor of the North Dakota University System, reviews documents at a state Board of Higher Education meeting in Bismarck, N.D. The Legislature's 16-member Government Finance Committee is slated to review the bungled sale of a University of North Dakota building Thursday, March 13, 2014, at ... (more)
Christian Science Monitor
Are e-cigarette marketers ensnaring the next generation of teen smokers?
A sampling of electronic cigarette supplies are seen in a shop in Oklahoma City April 19, 2013.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Missouri man denies prostituting wife in ND
News Missouri man denies prostituting wife in ND. The Associated Press. Updated: 2014-03-12T16:10:41Z.
BNSF pledges to get caught up on ND ag shipments
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Tue Mar 11, 2014
Officials: Cache of illegal oil field waste found
This photo taken on March 3, 2014, and provided by the North Dakota Health Department, shows bags full of radioactive oil filter socks, the nets that strain liquids during the oil production process, piled in an abandoned building in Noonan, North Dakota.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Gustin, Black going into ND Ag Hall of Fame
A Saturday afternoon induction ceremony was scheduled during the North Dakota Winter Show for farm broadcaster Al Gustin and the late Alfred Black, a renowned soil scientist.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
St. Cloud Times
BNSF announces $250 million expansion in North Dakota
After a year marked by delays in passenger service and agricultural shipments, BNSF Railway says it plans to spend almost $250 million to expand rail traffic on its network in North Dakota.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Minot Daily News
Below the Bakken
BISMARCK More than 95 percent of the drilling in the North Dakota oil field targets the Bakken and Three Forks formations, state officials report.
Official says accused principal came recommended
Dickinson Catholic School vice president Rev. Patrick Schumacher stands inside the fire damaged Trinity High School on Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
Minot Daily News
Arnold E. Merkel
Arnold was born Oct. 4, 1933, in Arena, the son of John and Erna Merkel. He was raised in Arena and educated at Wing schools, graduating from Wing High School in 1952.
Called to Help Children
By Amanda Bjergaard Corey Caitlin Gunderson of Powers Lake is about to begin an 81-day journey to help others in need.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
OnLive CloudLift to stream Steam games from anywhere
In the past, OnLive offered gamers the ability to play high-powered games over the internet in a web browser and through their high-powered mobile app.
North Dakota University Server Breach Threatens Personal Information Of 290,000 People
In this July 31, 2013 file photo, Larry Skogen, acting chancellor of the North Dakota University System, reviews documents at a state Board of Higher Education meeting in Bismarck, N.D. Skogen approved the deal on the sale of a building at the University of North Dakota, but Grant Shaft, a member of the North Dakota Board of Higher Education, says ... (more)
Principal charged with setting fire to ND school
A judge has set a $500,000 bond for the principal of Trinity High School in Dickinson who has been charged with setting fire to the school.
Minot Daily News
Some mixed opinions
NEW TOWN It was standing room only for a meeting in New Town's City Hall Tuesday morning.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
STEM Strategies Summit to Focus on Factors Driving Today's Economy
In today's globally competitive, knowledge-based economy, science, technology, engineering and mathematics are considered valuable 21st century skills for anyone -- especially students entering the workforce.
Valley News Live
New Airline Flying Into Jamestown & Devils Lake
It appears Central North Dakota will soon be getting a break from bad and unreliable airline service.