Chronic rule-breakers have forced a Belfield city official to quit, saying she fears her health will suffer if she stays in the job any longer.
MOTT, N.D. -- Ray Green of Mott plans to keep waking up at the crack of dawn to work, even during the Independence Day weekend. Green, his arms ticked here...
DICKINSON, N.D. - In the early 1800s, an estimated 40 million American bison roamed in the wild. Today, more than 500,000 remain, following decades of hunting by Native Americans and...
Nearly 5,000 rail cars are lagging behind on their North Dakota grain shipments, according to newly released numbers that also show thousands more cars are trailing behind nationwide.
BISMARCK -- A new pipeline will do the work of 4,300 trucks daily in transporting oil to and from North Dakota, Public Service Commission Chairman Brian Kalk said Wednesday. The...
Visitors and workers on National Park Service land have encountered something unexpected when looking up to the skies -- drones.
Farmers statewide are nearly finished with their planting, making headway in sunny spurts despite considerable delays during the spring.
Tyler Axness and Todd Reisenauer, Democratic candidates for the North Dakota Public Service Commission, say too many state agencies investigate oil and gas pipeline spills, causing a “bureaucratic disaster.”
A U.S. Senate committee has approved millions in funding for initiatives benefiting North Dakota farmers in 2015.
Ranchers from southwest North Dakota with “burning” questions for the U.S. Forest Service will get the chance to discuss concerns with its top leader at the end of the month.