Traffic at the intersection of Century Avenue and Washington Street in Bismarck will be impacted by the installation of traffic signal foundat…
Active cases of COVID-19 in North Dakota tripled in July, after falling dramatically in each of the previous two months.
A judge has set a trial for a Bismarck woman accused of leaving two small children alone in a bar parking lot while she drank inside.
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More North Dakota students are attending summer school this year, though the increase isn't uniform across the state, according to the Departm…
The August Farmers and Artisans Market is set for Wednesday on the state Capitol grounds in Bismarck.
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LEAD, S.D. — Much of the work at the Sanford Underground Research Facility is thousands of feet below the surface.
Before coming to Bismarck to write sports several years ago, I did the same thing in Jamestown for a lengthy stretch.
Five of the six champions crowned late Saturday after the second night of racing in the North Dakota Governor’s Cup at Dacotah Speedway in Man…
No one was hurt in a fire that damaged a Bismarck apartment building, but all seven occupants of the building were displaced.
More than two years after four employees of a Mandan property management firm were slain, the man charged in their deaths is going on trial.
The city of Bismarck will hold a public hearing on an ordinance that defines which agencies can tackle urban rodent control issues.
A Wisconsin man found guilty of an infraction for using public grounds in Bismarck for commercial purposes is entitled to a jury trial. Eric S…
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North Dakotans have several ways to get vaccinated for COVID-19, including medical facilities, local public health departments and pharmacies.
Free public COVID-19 testing is available throughout the region. Here's a roundup of area testing sites.
Our weekly round-up of letters published in the Bismarck Tribune.
Morton County residents could see an increase in property taxes next year under the preliminary budget for 2022.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem says she has no plans to ratchet up her messaging to urge people to get a COVID-19 vaccine, …
State officials are augmenting efforts to battle wildfires in North Dakota amid this summer's drought through a new task force.