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Environmental and tribal groups opposed to Enbridge Energy’s ongoing effort to replace its aging Line 3 crude oil pipeline are occupying one of the company's pump stations, where some chained themselves to equipment.
The U.S. Postal Service is asking Mandan citizens for their input on a proposal to relocate the Mandan post office.
State tax collections have overall remained ahead of the Legislature's projections set in 2019, despite the disruptive coronavirus pandemic.
SEATTLE — A rail union official reportedly told investigators that a fiery oil car train derailment north of Seattle late last year was caused…
The North Dakota Health Department reported one new death and a slight uptick in hospitalizations due to COVID-19 on Monday.
About $380,000 in projects on the North Dakota Capitol grounds are set to wrap up early this summer, including a design to nip pervasive kitchen odors in the governor's residence.
Nonresident North Dakota landowners aren't able to directly post their land electronically under a new system, but there is a solution.
The Trenton area could soon be home to a plant making renewable diesel and aviation fuel derived from agricultural feedstocks.