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Stylists and their clients are grappling with effects of the coronavirus pandemic, including a statewide closure of personal care services.
North Dakota is ramping up testing for the disease that results from the new coronavirus, as cases of COVID-19 statewide rise to 173.
A Willow City bar owner is defying a state order to shut down amid the coronavirus outbreak. David Corum feels the crisis is overblown.
COVID-19 cases in North Dakota have risen to 159, with the state reporting an additional 12 cases of the disease resulting from the coronavirus
Bismarck and Mandan public schools and others around the state are busy educating students remotely amid the coronavirus outbreak.
President Donald Trump has approved Gov. Doug Burgum's request for a major disaster declaration as the state's COVID-19 total keeps rising.
Construction equipment giant Doosan Bobcat is suspending production at its manufacturing facilities for two weeks in response to the coronavir…
Officials boosting efforts to expand emergency workforce, and telling North Dakotas to save their empty hand sanitizer bottles.
North Dakota’s two U.S. senators are hopeful about the outlook for oil after a phone call between the presidents of the United States and Russia.
North Dakota has a two more deaths from the coronavirus -- a Morton County man in his 70s and a McHenry County woman in her 80s.
New research shows that the peak demand on hospital resources for treating coronavirus patients in North Dakota could fall on May 1.
Police say a Missoula man brandished a shotgun toward another man who told him to adhere to social distancing guidelines in a gas station checkout line.
Robert Schulte passed up a chance to play pro baseball years ago. Now a global pandemic has thwarted his chance at a taste of the big leagues.
North Dakota's total of COVID-19 cases has risen to 98. Gov. Doug Burgum has requested a presidential disaster declaration.
The coronavirus pandemic made weekly volunteer work delivering meals to Bismarck seniors more anxiety-inducing, but I walked away feeling hopeful.
The coronavirus outbreak has disrupted many big spring gatherings, with birthdays, graduations, proms and weddings canceled or up in the air.
The Banquet is ramping up its grocery distribution program as many in the community begin to feel the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.