Early in-person voting begins Wednesday in Burleigh and Morton counties.
The latest North Dakota coronavirus news: vehicle auction, public testing and more.
Two brothers arrested in connection with a September shooting in Bismarck have been charged with felonies that could send them to prison for 2…
Active cases of COVID-19 have climbed to a new high in North Dakota for a 12th straight day, and Burleigh County has two more deaths.
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Usage of local libraries' electronic and digital resources surged amid the coronavirus pandemic as their facilities closed to onsite patrons.
Bismarck Public Schools is breaking ground this week for one of two elementary schools planned in the northern part of the city.
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BISMARCK — James Yantzer strode into a Harbor Freight Tools store this week in a city that is one of North Dakota's worst hot spots for corona…
North Dakota has set a record for active cases of COVID-19 for 11 days straight, reaching 5,652 on Sunday.
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Firefighters responded to a fire late Friday at a duplex along the west edge of downtown Bismarck.
A fire at a 12-unit apartment building in northwest Bismarck Friday afternoon has displaced all the residents living there, according to the B…
North Dakota set another high in active coronavirus cases Saturday, reaching 5,370 statewide.
Thousands of state employees have been teleworking amid the coronavirus pandemic, and now state agencies are eyeing changes to their office fo…
Two Bismarck attorneys with differing ideas about the judicial system and a judge's role are candidates for a South Central District judgeship.
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North Dakota met its Friday deadline for submitting to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention a plan to distribute a future vaccine.
Our weekly round-up of letters published in the Bismarck Tribune.
North Dakota health officials on Friday reported records for both new and active cases of COVID-19, along with 18 more deaths.
Two Rochester, Minn., brothers have been arrested in connection with a late-September Bismarck shooting in which a man suffered wounds to his …
The latest North Dakota coronavirus news: power aid, school meals, scam alert, Women's March and more.