National Guard cyber security soldiers deploying to Maryland

The North Dakota Army National Guard has scheduled a send-off ceremony Sunday in Bismarck for members of the 174th Cyber Protection Team
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APUC giving $144,000 in grants to 5 projects this quarter

North Dakota's Agricultural Products Utilization Commission is funding five projects this quarter
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Snow and ice impact travel and schools in both Dakotas

Ice and snow caused problems for motorists and delayed schools in the Dakotas on Wednesday, and forecasters said a "significant" winter storm might follow in so
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Dakota Access company says it complied with state settlement

The Texas-based developer of the Dakota Access oil pipeline says it has complied with terms of a 2017 agreement settling allegations it violated North Dakota ru
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Snow and ice impacting travel, schools in both Dakotas

North Dakota's Transportation Department and Highway Patrol have lifted no travel advisories for the north central and northwestern parts of the state, but they
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Dohrmann to head National Guard for second term

The commander of the North Dakota National Guard has been reappointed to a second four-year term
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Snow and ice impacting travel, schools across North Dakota

North Dakota's Transportation Department and Highway Patrol have reopened Interstate 94 between Dickinson and New Salem, but they're still advising no travel in
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Woman suing over protest injury lost earlier evidence battle

A New York City woman who suffered a severe arm injury protesting the Dakota Access oil pipeline in North Dakota two years ago is suing law enforcement even tho
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Billings County tanker truck rollover spills produced water

A tanker truck rollover in Billings County spilled nearly 7,800 gallons of produced water onto rangeland and possibly Ash Coulee Creek
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Agency drops labor complaint against North Dakota chancellor

Federal officials have dismissed a labor complaint made against the chancellor of the North Dakota university system
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State regulators approve expansion of Roosevelt Gas Plant

North Dakota regulators have approved the $150 million expansion of the Roosevelt Gas Plant in McKenzie County, though they ordered the Kinder Morgan company to
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Refuges open to upland game bird hunting in North Dakota

North Dakota's deer season wrapped up over the weekend, but it's not the end of hunting opportunities
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Celebration of lives set for 3 killed in air ambulance crash

The three people killed in an air ambulance crash in Morton County will be remembered at a public service Monday
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Advocates criticize more flexibility on gas flaring policy

Environmental and landowner advocates aren't happy with the decision of North Dakota regulators to give the oil industry more flexibility to meet natural gas fl
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Head-on collision kills 2 drivers in northeast Minot

A head-on collision in northeast Minot involving a pickup truck and a sport utility vehicle has killed the driver of both vehicles
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Flags at half-staff to honor air ambulance crash victims

Gov. Doug Burgum has directed state government agencies to fly the U.S. and state flags at half-staff in honor of three people killed in an air ambulance crash
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North Dakota gives oil industry more flexibility on flaring

North Dakota regulators have decided not to change targets for capturing the natural gas produced from oil drilling
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Dakota Access protester injured in blast files civil lawsuit

A New York woman who suffered a serious arm injury while protesting the Dakota Access pipeline in North Dakota has filed a civil lawsuit against Morton County a
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North Dakota delays higher gas capture target

North Dakota regulators are backing away from targets for capturing the natural gas produced from oil drilling
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Victims of air ambulance crash in North Dakota identified

Authorities have identified the three people who died when an air ambulance plane crashed in western North Dakota while en route from Bismarck to Williston to p
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Famous Secret Service agent honored in North Dakota

The Secret Service agent who famously used his body to shield first lady Jacqueline Kennedy the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated has received Nort
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3 killed when air ambulance crashes in North Dakota

An air ambulance on its way to pick up a patient crashed not long after taking off from Bismarck, North Dakota, killing all three people on board
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The Latest: Medical plane might have broken up in mid-air

A Civil Air Patrol official says an initial investigation indicates an air ambulance plane that crashed in western North Dakota might have broken up in midair
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The Latest: Governor issues statement on medical plane crash

Gov. Doug Burgum is expressing his condolences to the families, friends and colleagues of three people who died in an air ambulance crash in western North Dakot
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