BISMARCK -- Spotted around 3:45 p.m. in the Bismarck Tribune parking lot, one young bull moose headed south to a loading dock by J.C. Penney at the Kirkwood Mall. He made stops at the CHI St. Alexius Health hospital, backyards throughout southeast Bismarck and spent nearly two hours huddled behind a tree in the McDonald's parking lot, near the former Front Page building, on East Main Avenue before taking off around 6:30 p.m. towards the Capitol grounds.
ST. ANTHONY, N.D. — Driving around rural Morton County south of Mandan, there is an air of unease. People look into each other's cars. Private security officers for Dakota Access Pipeline peer down the road with binoculars. Sheriff's deputies drive their cars down paths usually reserved for pickups and tractors. "We just want everything to go back to normal," said Chuck Stevens, an oil field worker who lives in St. Anthony, a town in the center of many of the recent pipeline protests.
MANDAN, N.D. -- McLean County jail escapee William Lyn Rawson was captured after barricading himself in a Mandan mobile home on Monday, Sept. 19. Rawson, 35, had barricaded himself in...
MANDAN, N.D. -- A Mandan disc golf course got a face-lift just in time for the state championship tournament today and Saturday.
BISMARCK -- A 21-year-old shooting suspect was arrested early this morning after a late-night search involving the West Dakota SWAT team, police dogs and a fixed-wing aircraft. South Central District Judge Thomas Schneider set bond at $500,000 for Benjamin Williams, of Bismarck, later this morning, after Assistant State's Attorney Julie Lawyer said he created "severe public safety concerns."
BISMARCK -- One minute, it’s 90 degrees and sunny. The next, the changing of the leaves accelerates, and the grass and leaves are nipped by frost. After an unseasonably warm weekend, temperatures across North Dakota on Monday dropped nearly 30 degrees and are expected to produce the first frost of the fall for western and northern parts of the state. “It’s not really that abnormal for this time of year,” said National Weather Service meteorologist April Cooper about the drastic shift in temperature.
ROLLA, N.D. -- The North Dakota Democratic-NPL candidate for governor has called for help in raising funds for vehicle repairs to his campaign vehicle. Rolla state Rep. Marvin Nelson was...