Television viewers in Bismarck, N.D., were treated to some real class this weekend when none other than the great Ron Burgundy read them the news.
Documents show North Dakota recorded nearly 300 oil pipeline spills in less than two years and officials say they didn’t report any of them to the public.
About 25 people stood in the rain in downtown Fargo over the noon hour Monday to protest the federal government shutdown that’s reached the two-week mark.
Hundreds of people from three states converged Sunday on the tiny southwestern North Dakota town of Leith to support the community of 16 people as the leader of a white supremacist group paid a visit.
A judge ruled Wednesday to block a North Dakota law that requires doctors who perform abortions to have hospital admitting privileges, after opponents of the bill argued it would shut down the clinic.
Officials say North Dakota’s uncongested airspace and unpredictable weather make the state an ideal spot for an unmanned aerial systems test site.
The North Dakota station is facing backlash after deciding to fire a news anchor after curing on-air during his first day.
Talk about an awful first day on the job.
A North Dakota high school principal says appropriate action is being taken after three students briefly donned Ku Klux Klan-style white robes and hoods Friday night during a state hockey semifinal game.
Kent Anthony Clemens returned home to Kansas after a short stay in North Dakota’s booming oil patch with a stack of crisp $50 bills, sharing what authorities say was ill-gotten booty with his sister.