North Dakota Attorney General Drew Wrigley said he's evaluating a U.S. Supreme Court decision that gives states the authority to decide if abortion is legal.
North Dakota's unemployment rate dropped from 2.5 percent in April to 2.1 percent in May, according to a news release from Job Services North Dakota.
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission rejected a motion that would have dismissed an application for a proposed CO2 pipeline scheduled to run through the state.
The majority of North Dakota's 19,396 job openings in May paid more than $25 per hour but employers are still trying to find workers.
North Dakota's State Department of Environmental Quality is monitoring water surface water about 33 miles south of Fargo, where a liquid fertilizer spill occurred recently.
A statewide petition drive is currently underway in North Dakota to put a measure on the ballot this November legalizing recreational cannabis.
The list of North Dakota counties voicing concerns about a proposed carbon-emissions pipeline is growing longer.
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has received hundreds of applications for party status as it decides whether a carbon capture pipeline should wind through the state.
North Dakota ranchers are still assessing their losses from the spring snowstorms. They are being urged to tap into federal relief, and some are calling for better payouts.
The sale of a 1,151-megawatt power plant from Great River Energy to Rainbow Energy Center LLC will keep 650 jobs in the state, North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum said in a news release.