A measure on the general election ballot is lauded by backers as a way to fend off out-of-state political influence, but opponents call it a p…
Bismarck-Mandan-area voters will determine a state House race with a deceased candidate and elect a new Mandan-area state senator.
State officials are eyeing an in-state investment strategy for the Legacy Fund, North Dakota's $7.5 billion oil tax savings.
Candidates in North Dakota's gubernatorial race differed Wednesday on the state's coronavirus response in the sole debate of the election.
North Dakota's Public Employees Retirement System Board has awarded its next two-year state health insurance contract to Sanford Health Plan.
Five candidates are running for three open seats on the Morton County Commission after two commissioners chose to not seek reelection.
Gov. Doug Burgum has given millions to the Dakota Leadership PAC, which opposes Measure 1 and supports State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler's …
North Dakota's candidates for governor will meet for their only debate Wednesday night, amid the pandemic that has become a focus in the race.
Early in-person voting begins Wednesday in Burleigh and Morton counties.
Two Bismarck attorneys with differing ideas about the judicial system and a judge's role are candidates for a South Central District judgeship.
The gambling license of a manufacturer of electronic pull tabs was reinstated after the company admitted it violated state gaming regulations.
Votes cast for a deceased Bismarck-area state legislative candidate should be counted, and if he's elected it would create a vacancy to be fil…
North Dakota's District 8 House race features a deceased candidate whose potential victory has presented legal questions.
A constitutional measure on the Nov. 3 ballot lets North Dakota voters decide if changes should be made to the state Board of Higher Education.
Republican Auditor Josh Gallion and Democratic-NPL challenger Patrick Hart are facing off to be North Dakota's top fiscal watchdog.
Grand Forks-area Democrats have appointed a new state representative to fill a vacancy.
Gov. Doug Burgum and North Dakota Information Technology have announced efforts aimed at informing people about increasing cyber threats and o…
Candidates for North Dakota's lone U.S. House seat debated the federal coronavirus response and other topics Thursday night.
Former state Commerce Commissioner Michelle Kommer has been denied reimbursement for nearly $10,000 in attorney fees for legal counsel she ret…
Justice Gerald VandeWalle is recovering at home and undergoing rehabilitation after being hospitalized for COVID-19 and a blood clot in his lung.
A Bismarck-area legislative candidate who has died just weeks before the conclusion of the general election succumbed to COVID-19.
A Bismarck-area legislative candidate has died, with no apparent recourse for replacing him on the ballot as mail-in voting has already begun …