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Bismarck mother said she left children in hot car so she could shoplift present for her son
8 hours 57 min ago
$900,000 fine for violating oil field regulations
8 hours 55 min ago
Public Service Commission deal with feds expected for state-run rail inspection program
8 hours 53 min ago
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Colombian charged in fatal overdose drug case
8 hours 43 min ago
Wind turbines displaces birds, study shows
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Fargo doctor loses civil defamation case
8 hours 50 min ago
Community calendar of events for July 29, 2015
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UND name controversy may end
8 hours 55 min ago
Sports briefs for July 29, 2015
8 hours 47 min ago
Carrington set to defend title
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Wall Street closes higher after Fed leaves rates unchanged
11 min 3 sec ago
House Speaker Boehner brushes off call for his ouster
39 min 18 sec ago
Zimbabwean charged over killing of Cecil the lion
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North Dakota Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem points to a graphic showing the state-wide drug arrests from 2003 to 2014 as he explains the crime statistics for the state during a press confernce held in his office on 7-29-2015 at the state Capitol in Bismarck, North Dakota. MIKE MCCLEARY/BISMARCK TRIBUNE
‘Worrisome’ increase in drug arrests contributes to 4.4 percent jump in N.D. crime rate
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Cathay Pacific flight makes emergency landing in Alaska's Aleutians
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