Officials are testing Bismarck's outdoor warning sirens on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The families of two people who died in a road washout on the Standing Rock Reservation have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the BIA.
North Dakota's Supreme Court says a district judge was correct to dismiss a civil challenge of Gov. Doug Burgum’s executive orders during the …
City leaders from across the state testified Thursday against a bill that would let residents in extraterritorial zones vote in city elections.
The Bismarck City Commission is considering a quarter-cent sales tax increase to relocate the Bismarck Police Department.
The Bismarck City Commission will pay a consulting firm to update an employee salary plan in the midst of concerns about staff recruitment and…
House Majority Leader Chet Pollert, R-Carrington, talks about the first half of the 2021 North Dakota Legislative Session and the upcoming crossover.
The state House approved a bill Wednesday to allow local governments to replace some special assessments with a utility fee.
U.S. Attorney for North Dakota Drew Wrigley is resigning his office effective Sunday.
The North Dakota Senate decided on Monday for a second time to allow the North Dakota Legislature to meet annually instead of every other year…
A bill before the North Dakota Legislature would restrict the sale and purchase of pollution-reducing catalytic converters, which contain valu…
The Bismarck Park Board will conduct a survey to understand why voters rejected a sales tax measure to help fund an indoor recreation center.
Proposed accessibility upgrades for the state Capitol building got a boost in both the House and Senate this week.
Commissioner Mark Armstrong asked the Burleigh County Commission to look at providing better remote access to public meetings.
The Burleigh County Commission plans to address one commissioner's remote attendance at meetings after the chairwoman said she received complaints.
A bill to make arrestees' booking photos confidential failed by three votes in the North Dakota House on Monday.
Proponents of a North Dakota Senate bill say the legislation would clamp down on app stores seen as monopolistic, but opponents see it as inte…
A bill to ban wastewater testing was defeated Tuesday in the state House. Since July, North Dakota researchers have used wastewater testing as…
The top federal prosecutor in North Dakota is taking steps to see that his successor can step into the office and be productive right away.
For the third time, Gov. Doug Burgum has declined to take a salary, but a House budget panel is giving him one anyway.
Joint bills would legalize recreational marijuana and tax it in North Dakota.
The North Dakota Legislature is considering a measure that would require the state’s health officer to be a practicing licensed physician.