A bill headed to President Joe Biden's desk addresses a long-standing problem for domestic violence survivors, ending their ties to their abusers' cellphone plans.
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From the great resignation to pending retirements, North Dakota's cybersecurity workforce faces challenges in filling positions. State leaders hope new opportunities for college students will build a more robust pipeline of workers.
A new study found gas flaring in oil-producing states is not as effective in limiting harmful emissions when compared to long-standing estimates.
Supporters of a long-standing North Dakota law emphasizing family farms are celebrating its 90th anniversary this year, at a time of increased debate about the influence of corporate agriculture.
Next week, North Dakota landowners will get a chance to hear updates on a proposed underground pipeline for transporting and sequestering carbon dioxide. The meeting comes as tension builds between landowners and the company behind the project.
Congress wants to know what Americans would like to see in the next Farm Bill.
North Dakota's pending trigger law on abortions is being called unconstitutional in a new lawsuit.
The list of North Dakota counties voicing concerns about a proposed carbon-emissions pipeline is growing longer.
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.
In the coming months, North Dakotans will be filling baskets at local farmers markets. As vendors prepare this year's produce, communities around the state are reminded of the economic benefits associated with these markets.