Native American and other city leaders are finding ways to help bring peace to the Dakota Access Pipeline.
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Senator John Hoeven says that he doesn’t mind protesting, just as long as it’s peaceful.
The ongoing floodwall project that shut down traffic on 2nd Street North in Fargo since 2014 has finally come to end.
Before the Holiday Lights Parade got started there were some other lights that had to be turned on.
Through the academy’s “Operation Info” program, she hopes to recruit students from the same classrooms she once sat in.
Oak Grove High School collected the most food donations for the 10th annual Fill the Dome.
The students made Pilgrim outfits and turkey headbands and then wore them to the feast.
The police chief in Oakes has announced his intention to retire.
Law enforcement involved with the ongoing protest over the Dakota Access Oil Pipeline in Morton County is providing new details about the weapons they found.
The father of a 21-year-old woman from New York says his daughter was seriously hurt while protesting the Dakota Access oil pipeline on Sunday.