Bismarck resident and former state senator Tracy Potter is running for Burleigh county auditor/treasurer.
North Dakota Secretary of State Al Jaeger has approved the format of a petition for circulation that aims to eliminate property taxes in the s…
As low prices cause oil producers to put the brakes on activity in the Bakken, state regulators on Tuesday directed the North Dakota Oil and G…
Voters will determine nominees for state superintendent before North Dakota Republican Party leaders support a candidate.
Democratic-NPL gubernatorial candidate Shelley Lenz says she needs "the Biden to my Bernie."
North Dakota's Democratic-NPL Party has endorsed six candidates for state and congressional offices.
North Dakota voters are likely to see an election rematch for a seat on the state's Public Service Commission.
Interim committees of North Dakota's Legislature probably won't meet again until June due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The 2021 Legislature could consider a $1.08 million proposal to expand livestreaming to as many as 14 committee rooms.
North Dakota Republican leaders have canceled the party's state convention.
Burleigh County residents will vote in June on whether to make the auditor/treasurer and recorder positions appointed rather than elected.
The Burleigh County Human Service Zone Board won't investigate complaints against Interim Zone Director Kim Osadchuk.
North Dakota's Libertarian Party has endorsed businessmen for governor and lieutenant governor.
Mandan resident Wayne Papke has announced he is running for Morton County Commission.
Supporters of eliminating property taxes in North Dakota have submitted paperwork and language for a proposed ballot measure.
Improving consistency of family meetings and reducing referrals to juvenile court are goals of North Dakota's Dual Status Youth Initiative.
North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor DUI.
A powerful, longtime North Dakota lawmaker who lost his party's endorsement for reelection is planning to proceed to the June primary ballot.
A Democratic-NPL candidate has announced a bid for North Dakota treasurer.
A Republican primary challenge is brewing in District 8, where four GOP candidates contended for two House endorsements.
North Dakota probably won't use the full $1 million the 2019 Legislature budgeted for publicizing the 2020 U.S. census.
No candidates have announced a bid for Burleigh County auditor, with less than a month to go before the filing deadline.