North Dakota House Passes School Gender Pronouns Prohibition Bill
The bill is among hundreds nationwide that are taking aim at nearly every facet of transgender existence, from pronouns to bathroom use to health care to athletics.
Don't Identify as Human? North Dakota Schools Don't Want You
A new bill would ban schools in the state from accommodating students who believe to be “any animal species other than human.”
Alleged Mexican Cartel Hitman Who Once Boasted of Killing Up to 30 People a Month Extradited to US
Juan Francisco Sillas-Rocha, known as “Ruedas,” or “Wheels,” was apprehended in Tijuana 11 years ago and has been fighting extradition to the United States.
University Staffers Were Searching for Missing Native American Artifacts. They Found Dozens of Dead Bodies.
When staff at the University of North Dakota went searching for a missing pipe and other items, they were unprepared for what they found, more than 70 human remains.
State Court Blocks Abortion Bans in Wyoming and North Dakota From Taking Effect
Abortion bans set to take effect this week in Wyoming and North Dakota were temporarily blocked Wednesday by judges in those states amid lawsuits arguing that the bans violate their state constitutions.
High School Senior Takes His 92-Year-Old Great Grandma to Prom
Watford City High School Senior Dakota Wollman took his 92-year-old great-grandmother, Madeline Miller, to his senior prom.
Theodore Roosevelt Library in North Dakota to Take Statue
The Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library in North Dakota has agreed to take a controversial equestrian statue of the 26th president that has stood on the steps of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City since 1940
N.D. Lawmaker Will Miss His Anti-Vaccine Rally After Catching COVID
A North Dakota lawmaker and an organizer of rally to oppose COVID-19 vaccine mandates is infected with the coronavirus and won’t attend the event.