Health and Education Reporter
Legalize ND submits petition to secretary of state for recreational marijuana; can start to gather signatures upon approval.
A teacher suspended after she allegedly sent racist and sexually explicit text messages to her ex-boyfriend is back at work.
After 26 years of military service that kept them apart for much of their married lives, Anton "Tony" Hillig and his wife, Sandi, are glad to be back home in Bismarck.
Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library Foundation board members on Thursday took early steps toward possible design concepts for the future l…
The third annual Recovery Reinvented event in Bismarck on Tuesday will focus on stigma in the workplace.
The remains of a Mandan sailor who was killed at Pearl Harbor have been identified, nearly 78 years after the surprise Japanese attack on Amer…
A possible shortage of medical marijuana in North Dakota was an item of contention during an update on the state's medical marijuana program at an interim human services committee meeting today at the Capitol.
Bismarck State College officials are looking for more consistency with student enrollment at the National Power Academy in Saudi Arabia, but overall are pleased with the partnership with the middle eastern country.
Authorities have issued an arrest warrant for a Flasher man who police say defrauded creditors by depositing checks worth nearly $50,000 that …