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Coyote On the Prowl in North Bismarck – Residents Beware!
In the last two months, North Bismarck has experienced its second coyote sighting. If you are out and about today, just be aware there is a coyote roaming around near Cash Wise Foods in North Bismarck. The sighting was first reported to the Bismarck's People Reporting News Facebook page. Take...
This Is North Dakota’s Most Lavish & Expensive Restaurant
There are always special occasions to celebrate with exceptional food and drink. This is something humans have been doing since the beginning of time. Birthdays, anniversaries, career advancements, a first date, well, you get the idea. Every city has that one restaurant in town, that is known for dining elegance,...
Three busted for fentanyl distribution after police search Bismarck home
(Bismarck, ND) -- Three men are facing charges in a Bismarck fentanyl-distribution case. Police say officers exercising a search warrant at the home of 33-year-old Kyle Berg last week found the suspect hiding behind a false wall inside the home. A further search of the home reportedly turned up two Detroit men linked to their investigation - 19-year-old Richard Mallard and 20-year-old James Washington - as well as approximately 15-hundred fentanyl pills. Officials say all three men were later charged with drug-distribution charges.
Tragic Underage Driving Accident in Mandan Highlights Nationwide Issue
In a recent and tragic event that shook the community of Mandan, North Dakota, a serious vehicle accident occurred on a Friday night involving four teenagers, with a 14-year-old girl behind the wheel. The SUV, driven at a reckless speed, veered off 38th Street N., plunging down a 50-foot cliff near a popular fishing spot by the Missouri River. None of the adolescents, including another 14-year-old girl and two 16-year-old boys, were wearing seat belts, resulting in a desperate need for rescue services and immediate medical attention at nearby hospitals in Bismarck. This harrowing incident not only brings to light the dangers of underage driving but also the critical importance of wearing seat belts.
Heaven’s Helpers Closet (701) opens new, larger location
BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - Heaven’s Helpers Closet (701) held a special building dedication on Sunday to honor everyone who helped make the new facility possible. The nonprofit set a record Saturday providing clothing to 202 people. The new building features more space and storage. It took more than a year to renovate and remodel.
Empowering Women: Exploring the Ladies’ Introduction to Handguns Class in Bismarck
When it comes to firearms, safety and education should always come first. In Bismarck, North Dakota, a unique initiative has been making waves — the “Ladies’ Introduction to Handguns” class, exclusively designed for women. In this blog post, we’ll delve into this program, its goals, and why it’s gaining popularity among women in the area.
WATCH: Emergency crews respond to Bismarck garage fire
BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - The Bismarck Fire Department says firefighters responded to a report of a row of garages on fire in the 2000 block of North 16th Street. It says the report came in at 9:52 a.m. Saturday. The first crew on scene reported heavy smoke coming from a...
Carolyn’s Sunday Evening #OneMinuteForecast 12/3
Temperatures range from the teens into the 30s, and winds are picking up tomorrow. Learn more in your #OneMinuteForecast.
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Kittens Of bismarck, ND Need You!
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of bismarck..
Why Bismarck Is The Worst Place In North Dakota
There are many people in Bismarck who are among the best that North Dakota has to offer; however, no amount of whipped cream can make a cow pie palatable. Simply for being the state capital and hosting that many politicians all in one place is frankly unforgivable. The amount of...
Closet 701 hosts massive volunteer group picture
BISMARCK, N.D. (KXNET) — The season of giving is in the air, and a local non-profit organization is doing everything it can to get into the holiday spirit. Organizers with Heaven’s Helpers Soup Kitchen and Closet 701 say moving into their new location would not have been a possible without help from volunteers — and […]
Teenagers Miraculously Survive Cliff Crash Near Mandan, North Dakota
Witness the miraculous survival of four teenagers after their car, driven at high speed, loses control and plunges off a 50-foot cliff near Mandan, North Dakota. The vehicle overturns mid-air before landing upright on the Missouri River shoreline.
Bismarck Public Works busy transitioning into new building; not as much snow to plow this year so far
BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - The Bismarck Public Works crew is getting a break from snowplowing compared to last year’s near-record snowfall. Last year at this time, there were nine inches of snow on the ground. Public Works has instead been busy transitioning into a new building this year. The...
From detention camp to campus: North Dakota tribal college memorializes Japanese Americans’ WWII trauma
Designers draw parallels with Indigenous experience while embarking on healing for descendants. United Tribes Technical College is acknowledging its past as a WWII-era concentration camp through the creation of the Japanese American Internment Memorial Courtyard. “This memorial, the first of its kind to acknowledge solidarity between Native and Japanese American...
Female law enforcement officers face challenges when tackling the job
BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - There are now more than 800,000 sworn law enforcement officers in the nation. The National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund says this is the largest number ever, but only about 12% of them are female and only 3% of those are in leadership roles. This job is...
The Exact Closing Date For Dakota Tackle Bismarck Revealed
The Dakota Tackle's bobber sign is iconic on the Bismarck Expressway. Long before I even moved to Bismarck, I would make a point to stop at this mom-and-pop tackle store for their BIG selection of tackle. They really do have a wide array of tackle and other fishing equipment that's not easily found in our area.
Bismarck Police asking for help locating missing man
BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - Bismarck Police are asking for information regarding a missing person by the name of Matthew Mittelsteadt. He is a 41-year-old man, approximately 5′11″ with brown hair and green eyes. He was last seen in the area of West Main Avenue near the Fraine Barracks...
Bismarck Scout Troop Undertakes Conservation Project to Improve Mallard Duck Habitats
Scout Troop 123 in Bismarck is working on a unique conservation project to improve habitats for mallard ducks. Using mesh wire to create safe nesting spaces, the project not only aids wildlife but also equips the scouts with valuable leadership and construction management skills.
NDHP investigating Friday night crashes
Four teens were injured when a 14 year old driver lost control on the Old Heskett Power Plant Road north of Mandan last night. The North Dakota Patrol says the driver was traveling at a high rate of speed and dropped 50 feet off a cliff while overturning and landing on the shoreline next to the Missouri River. Two juvenile females and one male were able to walk up a nearby stairway and were transported to the hospital with injuries. The other male had to be extricated from the vehicle.