Kathleen J. Bryan
WATFORD CITY, N.D. -- The finely tuned trio of health care workers on board a rig here provide medical services on the front lines in North Dakota’s oilfields. The rig...
MINOT, N.D. -- Nick Vaughn earns in two nights what took him two weeks to make in his home state of Tennessee. The 34-year-old Gallatin, Tenn., man uprooted his family — wife Burgandy and four children — in September in hopes of finding a better life in Minot.
MINOT, N.D. -- The lead detective on the case of the murdered Williston rancher said on Wednesday it’s possible more than one person was present at the time of the shooting.
Mauricio Gomez drove a truck more than 1,500 miles from Houston hauling pipe to North Dakota’s Oil Patch only to find the bridge on a main traffic route closed, creating a detour that added another 100 miles to his trip. A load being hauled by another driver had struck the overhead framing on the Long X Bridge on U.S. Highway 85 south of Watford City, forcing it to close.
Authorities say a woman arrested Sunday for leaving her two children unattended in a vehicle while she and her boyfriend were drinking at a club in Ray was intoxicated before she entered the bar.
WILLISTON, N.D. -- Two years ago Tim “Polar Bear” Garrison faced the prospect of no work in his home state of Michigan, where a 9 percent unemployment rate was among...
With just two weeks in office, newly elected Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Mark Fox is seeking a partnership with state and federal governments to tackle issues facing the tribe, a strategy, he says, the previous administration was not apt to do.
A permanent field office for federal agents to combat a surge in crime in western North Dakota could open in Williston as soon as early 2015.
Filmmaker Jesse Moss wanted to tell the big story of life in Williston during an epic oil boom. Instead, he would be drawn to a local pastor who opened up his home and church to workers migrating from across the country in pursuit of black gold and the riches that flow from it.
WATFORD CITY, N.D. -- Gov. Jack Dalrymple joined with state and local officials here Tuesday to christen three truck bypasses in western North Dakota, paving the way for once-quiet communities to regain some semblance of normalcy amid the region’s energy boom.