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Bismarck man dies in motorcycle crash in Emmons County
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Bismarck man revived after suspected heroin overdose
First-responders administered a dose of Naloxone Wednesday evening to revive a Bismarck man after a suspected heroin overdose, Bismarck police said.Authorities responded to a report of a man who was not responsive in the 400 block of South Washington Street about 8:30 p.m., said Bismarck Police Lt.
North Dakota pharmacists start program to track opioid abuse
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota State University has created a new training program to teach pharmacists how to spot patients at risk of abusing opioids, as well as increase the number of prescriptions pharmacists write for overdose treatments.The university's School of Pharmacy unveiled the prog
Train event scheduled at Camp Hancock
Camp Hancock was built as a military installation, Camp Greeley, in 1872, to provide protection for work gangs then building the Northern Pacific Railroad.
Goehring warns of possible unauthorized grain sampling, phot...
“We’ve received calls from concerned farmers about individuals acting in an official capacity, taking photos and samples of their wheat fields,” Goehring said. “It was perceived that this individual was from state government, but after inquiries into various state agencies, including NDSU, we’ve not
St. Alexius named state's best hospital
“For five out of the last six years CHI St. Alexius Health has won the award for the best hospital in North Dakota. Our physicians, nurses, and ancillary staff have worked very hard to provide the very best medical care to our patients,” Dr. Timothy Bopp, chief of staff of CHI St. Alexius Health, sa
Medical pot might be available in Fargo, Bismarck in months
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota's Health Department hopes to have medical marijuana available by the end of the year in at least the state's two largest cities, though there remain unknowns including how long it will take manufacturing facilities to get up and running.State voters approved the dr
Community banding behind Lincoln woman displaced by fire
Two local service organizations are organizing aid for a Lincoln woman who lost her home in a fire Tuesday."She has to start from scratch,” said Heartview Foundation's Kayla Hilbers.Bonnie Deichert was sleeping on her couch while a blaze tour through her home in a Lincoln trailer court. She woke up
Woman Loses Everything in a House Fire
LINCOLN, ND-Firefighters were on the scene of a house fire burning in Apple Creek Mobile Home Court in Lincoln.An eyewitness said they heard a loud boom when the fire ignited just after 9 p.m. last night.Neighbors tell us they could see flames from as far as 8 blocks away.The woman who lives in the
Bismarck man accused of murdering his 12-week-old daughter
BISMARCK, N.D. -A Bismarck man is behind bars in connection to the murder of his 12-week-old child.The affidavit says 22-year-old Jose Rivera-Rieffel was taking care of his children on April 18 and the next day the infant had life threatening injuries to the head. On April 27 the baby died as a resu
Items stolen from Bismarck Municipal Park
BISMARCK, N.D. -Police arrested several people accused of stealing things from the ball park and attempting to pawn them the same morning.The Bismarck Police Department says they met with Bismarck Parks and Recreation on Saturday after they say several things totaling more than $4,000 were stolen fr
Bobcat stolen from construction site in Bismarck
BISMARCK, N.D. -Bismarck Police say a Bobcat worth about $20,000 was stolen from a construction site.
North Dakota Guard unit alerted of potential deployment
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A North Dakota Army National Guard unit based in Bismarck has been notified it could be mobilized.Detachment 1, 174th Cyber Protection Team has about seven soldiers on an alert status. The unit is led by 1st Lt. Charles Werner of Upham.
Theater performing tale of Captain Meriwether Lewis
A local theater company hopes to enthrall audiences in their rendition and investigation of the mysterious death of Captain Meriwether Lewis.On October 11, 1809, Lewis was discovered dead, having suffered two gunshot wounds. One to his head and one to his chest - but was it suicide or murder?TruNort
Father charged with murdering infant daughter
A Bismarck man has been charged with murdering his infant daughter.Jose Rivera-Rieffel, 22, of Bismarck, was charged Friday with murder, child abuse and disobedience of a judicial order tied to a previous child abuse case. He had an initial appearance in South Central District Court Tuesday.Rivera-R
Lincoln home destroyed in Tuesday fire
A Tuesday night fire destroyed a home in a Lincoln trailer court. One woman was inside at the time of the blaze, and was able to escape, but two dogs likely didn’t make it out alive.According to Ron Mehrer, with the Burleigh County Sheriff’s Department, the fire broke out around 9 p.m. in the living
Bismarck Police Department orders new vehicles ahead of schedule
BISMARCK, N.D. -Every year the Bismarck Police Department orders new vehicles, but because of an unexpected redesign by Ford they're ordering next year's vehicles early.
Woman loses home to fire
LINCOLN, ND (KFYR)Firefighters were on the scene of a house fire burning in Apple Creek Mobile Home Court in Lincoln North Dakota.An eyewitness said they heard a loud boom when the fire ignited last night.Neighbors say they could see flames from as far as 8 blocks away.The homeowner says she woke to
North Dakota measures assigned ballot numbers for election
Measure 1 would ban foreign money from North Dakota elections, restrict lobbying and create an independent ethics commission, among other provisions.
ND marijuana legalization measure approved for election
Dave Owen, middle, chairman of the North Dakota Marijuana Legalization Initiative, celebrates a high-five with volunteer Becky-Muhs-Rettig inside the secretary of state's office at the state Capitol on July 9 in Bismarck. More than a dozen volunteers filed into the room to submit the more than 18,00