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Trump administration to pull out of rural Job Corps program, laying off 1,100 federal workers
Analysis: Assange case stirs free-speech concerns
Federalist Society's Leonard Leo is helping Trump make courts more conservative
Barr could expose secrets, politicize intelligence with review of Russia probe, current and former officials fear
Judge blocks part of Trump wall funding plan
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nation and world
South Dakota cattle scheme
North Dakota PSC to hold public hearings on pipeline conversions
Cirrus jets return to skies, recall raises questions about risk of corrective stall-protection systems
Conservationists: ND officials not doing enough to protect Little Missouri River from oil development
The Sorting Pen: Be thankful for the earlier generations on your farm
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The U.S. becomes top oil producer globally -- The economic and educational cost of oil in the Bakken
Federal judge declares Trump's push to open up Arctic, Atlantic oceans to drilling illegal
Report: Unsafe levels of coal ash contamination found in North Dakota groundwater
New Energy presses on with ND cellulosic ethanol plant plans
Rob Port: Public Service Commission says North Dakotans can be charged for green energy policies in other states
Fielding Questions: Identifying flowers, rose pruning and weed control while on vacation
Bursack: Quitting Alzheimer's drugs in late stages can benefit some
Growing Together: How to select the best apple tree
Kindness is Contagious: Kindness sees what others avoid
'Put down that gun and pick up the phone': Group walking across North Dakota to raise awareness of PTSD and honor fallen veteran
Jung becomes a state champion: Senior takes the high jump, Dickinson tied for sixth after day one
Patriots put up late runs to topple Dickinson softball
Big Sticks win season opener over Pierre
Wrzesinski takes third in decathlon at nationals
Two Midgets in contention for singles championship
Shaw: The unethical implementation of the North Dakota ethics measure
Port: Petitions filed to refer laws pertaining to state auditor powers, legislative emails and Roosevelt Library funding
Column: Soldier describes close calls with death in the trenches of WWI
McFeely: Game and Fish director says lowering Devils Lake shouldn't affect fishing
Bender: Governing America's genitalia
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April 26, 2019
Rise in unvaccinated children increases risk of measles spreading to North Dakota
A recent rise in the number of unvaccinated children increases the risk of the nationwide measles outbreak spreading to North Dakota, said Jenny...
April 26, 2019 - 2:25pm
April 24, 2019
Measles cases break record since disease was eliminated in United States in 2000
Measles cases in the United States have now exceeded the highest number on record in a single year since the disease was eliminated in 2000.Nationwide,...
April 24, 2019 - 3:11pm
April 20, 2019
How does measles spread? Do I need another MMR vaccine shot? How dangerous is measles? FAQ on the outbreaks
The United States is experiencing its second-highest number of measles cases in nearly two decades. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...
April 20, 2019 - 3:50pm
April 15, 2019
CDC reports 90 new measles cases as outbreak approaches record
WASHINGTON - For the third week in a row, U.S. health officials have added dozens of new reports to the year's list of confirmed measles cases,...
April 15, 2019 - 10:58am
April 10, 2019
New York City declares public health emergency, orders mandatory measles shots
New York City on Tuesday, April 9, declared a public health emergency and ordered mandatory measles vaccinations amid an outbreak, becoming the...
April 10, 2019 - 8:57am
March 5, 2019
Measles vaccine doesn't cause autism, says a new, decade-long study of half a million people
The notion that vaccines might cause autism was refuted nine years ago, when a British medical panel concluded in 2010 that Andrew Wakefield,...
March 5, 2019 - 9:14am
March 3, 2019
A teen got vaccinated against his parents' wishes - now, he'll testify before Congress
Ethan Lindenberger began by questioning his parents' anti-vaccine stances and eventually got himself inoculated, a rebellion that caught the...
March 3, 2019 - 12:53pm
February 21, 2019
Measles outbreak prompt state lawmakers to reconsider religion exemptions for vaccines
Recent measles outbreaks in states such as Washington, New York and New Jersey have cast a spotlight on a group of Americans who receive exemptions...
February 21, 2019 - 10:05am
January 27, 2019
Commentary: The measles that shouldn't be
With all the lurking unknowns concerning infectious disease - including the brain-damaging Zika virus, the paralyzing acute flaccid myelitis,...
January 27, 2019 - 12:45pm
October 5, 2018
Nearly 200 ND public school students without up-to-date vaccines sent home
FARGO—The message has been clear for months, high school students 16 and older need new shots. Despite that, hundreds of kids across North...
October 5, 2018 - 7:58am
September 19, 2018
Flu cases already being reported in North Dakota
BISMARCK — Last year was a nasty year for the flu in North Dakota. The 2017-18 flu season was one of the worst seasons in the past 20 years,...
September 19, 2018 - 4:31pm
March 1, 2018
N.D. kindergarten vaccination rates increase
BISMARCK—North Dakota kindergarten vaccinations rates continue to rise. The North Dakota Department of Health's 2017-18 kindergarten immunization rates have remained at about 94 percent for all required vaccines, the department reported Thursday, March 1, in a news release....
March 1, 2018 - 5:30pm
January 9, 2018
Better late than never to get a flu shot as influenza sweeps nation
GRAND FORKS — People who did not get a flu vaccination last fall might have a fighting chance yet against catching the severe strain now...
January 9, 2018 - 8:08pm
January 27, 2011
House passes 'fracking' bill, Senate passes vaccinations bill
BISMARCK -- The North Dakota House gave unanimous support Wednesday to the state's oil industry and its use of hydraulic fracturing. House Bill 1216 states hydraulic fracturing is an acceptable recovery process in North Dakota. Rep. Jim Kasper, R-Fargo, referred to the bill as...
January 27, 2011 - 12:00am
April 4, 2010
More doses of some vaccines required for school
Some new vaccine requirements for school children have recently taken affect. An area health official said more vaccines are required now than in prior years due to advances in disease knowledge as well as how well the vaccines work over time. Tdap, or tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis...
April 4, 2010 - 12:00am