Construction equipment giant Doosan Bobcat is suspending production at its manufacturing facilities for two weeks in response to the coronavir…
Bismarck’s yard waste drop sites are to be open by Friday.
The Banquet is ramping up its grocery distribution program as many in the community begin to feel the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
The coronavirus outbreak has disrupted many big spring gatherings, with birthdays, graduations, proms and weddings canceled or up in the air.
Local dining and drinking establishments are weighing or making changes to staff, menus and hours of operations.
Bismarck resident and former state senator Tracy Potter is running for Burleigh county auditor/treasurer.
One nonprofit applauds the early release of more than 50 prisoners amid the coronavirus outbreak, but another worries about victim rights.
The Bismarck City Commission unanimously approved a request from city staff to order nonessential full-time and part-time city staff to stay h…
This week will bring sun and warm temperatures, and state officials say people should take precautions to stay healthy if they go outside.
A Bismarck man will spend five years in prison on drug charges after pleading guilty to nine felony counts on Monday.
The second of three people arrested in a January oxycodone bust in Bismarck will spend 111 days in jail after pleading guilty to a drug charge…
A judge has dismissed a child abuse charge against a Bismarck man after defense attorneys argued evidence against him was inadmissible.
A program put in place this week is providing educational content for kids and giving their parents a break during the state’s school closure.
Burgum restricts businesses, extends school shutdown, eases health licensing as 12 new COVID-19 cases confirmed.
Butcher Block Meats started selling toilet paper. Midway Lanes has closed to clean. Some Kirkwood Mall vendors have adjusted their hours or te…
The state’s decision to shut down schools for a week amid the coronavirus outbreak sent many scrambling to make plans on Monday.
The Bismarck Tribune will close its front office starting Tuesday due to concerns about the coronavirus pandemic.
A man sent to prison for the sexual assault of an infant now faces misdemeanor charges for allegedly writing phony letters of support.
A man accused of pouring lighter fluid on a Bible and setting it on fire at a Bismarck Walmart has pleaded guilty to endangering by fire.
A Bismarck man pleaded not guilty Monday to nine felony drug charges that were filed against him in February after police say they found sever…
A house fire has displaced a Bismarck family.
Amid the coronavirus outbreak, Bismarck college students face a choice: continue going to class as usual or go home and finish up online.