Thursday's news: What you missed while you were at work.
Any changes in the operation of North Dakota’s largest coal-fired power plant would be announced in 2020, Great River Energy said Thursday.
A dispute over the state's wind farm lighting law played out before regulators Thursday as they weigh a project in Ward and McLean counties.
A Shane Balkowitsch mural was egged in downtown Bismarck a day after he canceled a proposed Greta Thunberg mural due to threats.
OMAHA, Neb. — Several states along the Missouri River face an elevated flood risk this spring because the soil remains wet and a significant a…
A Bismarck woman whose baby was the subject of a search and Amber Alert in June has been arrested by federal authorities in South Dakota.
The state of North Dakota and American Indian tribes have agreed to settle two lawsuits over the state’s voter identification requirements.
A man serving life in prison following a 2015 standoff with Bismarck police has lost an appeal to the North Dakota Supreme Court.