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BNSF will be making record infrastructural investments in North Dakota, including in the Minot area, to improve rail transportation in the state.
The internet has made it so easy to post any idea, picture, or video whether or not you think twice about posting it.
An email was issued to certain staff in the North Dakota University System regarding possible phishing attacks related to the NDUS server breach.
Abortion rights supporters are worried that Alabama could soon tie North Dakota for having the toughest abortion restrictions in the nation thanks to a group of bills moving through the state legislature.
BISMARCK More than 95 percent of the drilling in the North Dakota oil field targets the Bakken and Three Forks formations, state officials report.
The North Dakota Highway Patrol has released the names of two women who were killed in a rollover crash on Interstate-29 Wednesday afternoon.
InsideClimateNews.org -- As federal regulators continue investigating why tank cars on three trains carrying North Dakota crude oil have exploded in the past eight months, energy experts say part of the problem might be that some producers are deliberately leaving too much propane in their product, making the oil riskier to transport by rail.
BISMARCK Eleven North Dakota community college students have been named to the 2014 All-North Dakota Academic Team, which recognizes the academic achievements of community college students.
Federal funding for the Fargo-Moorhead Diversion Project has been included in the Army Corps' 2014 work plan.
Seeking to salvage an elusive Middle East peace plan, President Barack Obama pressed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Monday to make the "tough decisions" needed to move forward on talks with the Palestinians.
In today's globally competitive, knowledge-based economy, science, technology, engineering and mathematics are considered valuable 21st century skills for anyone -- especially students entering the workforce.
Kentucky State Senator Damon Thayer, leader of the State Senate and a Republican, will decide by March 5 whether to introduce a bill to let candidates run simultaneously for President or Vice-President and either house of Congress.
When you think about it, a family vacation by train is a no-brainer. Plane travel is getting more expensive -- and less pleasant -- by the day.
For at least the third year in a row, a new scam attempting to fraudulently gain unsuspecting banking customer's financial information over the phone has hit North Dakota.
A South Dakota auto glass company is expanding. Dakotaland Autoglass, a wholesale supplier of auto glass and PPG automotive aftermarket and commercial coatings, now has 18 locations in six states.
In North Dakota, Grand Forks, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Dickinson and Bismarck all set records Saturday or Sunday for record low high temperatures for the date.
With the recent announcement by the the U.S. Defense Department that major cuts to the defense budget will drastically decrease active troop numbers, a lot of veterans will be looking to transition back into civilian life into a country that still has economic troubles.
In the annual Gallup poll measuring Americans' sense of well-being, also known as the happiness poll, Pennsylvania was No.
After three winters of hard labor at a shop on top of a hill outside town, David Njos has completed his final iron work project: A collection of iron sculptures of items explorers Lewis and Clark would have taken on their journeys.
Steven Terry Knutson was born in Mohall on May 23, 1960, to Terry and Marie Knutson.