Gov. Doug Burgum has granted the first pardons under a new policy easing the process for people with convictions for low-level marijuana offenses.
A North Dakota panel discussion on missing and murdered Native people sees progress but more work to do.
An audit of the North Dakota auditor's office found some bookkeeping errors.
Gov. Doug Burgum sees accomplishments but more work to do with tribes in North Dakota.
Several Bismarck and Dickinson-area state lawmakers have announced their reelection bids for North Dakota's Legislature.
Controversial state Sen. Oley Larsen will participate in the nominating process for a seat on North Dakota's State Board of Higher Education.
The Dickinson Press will become a weekly publication in March, when The Bismarck Tribune will begin printing the newspaper.
Volunteers are welcome to help remove wreaths from the 6,900 headstones at the North Dakota Veterans Cemetery.
A policy trip to Puerto Rico attended by 14 North Dakota lawmakers cost about $50,000.
State Rep. Mike Brandenburg is seeking reelection to one of District 28's two seats in the North Dakota House.