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Leaked draft sparks abortion rights protests across North Dakota

BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - Protests have been ongoing across the nation in light of the leaked draft opinion showing the majority of the Supreme Court voted to strike down Roe v. Wade. This was the landmark decision that legalized abortion access nationwide. If overturned, the legality of abortion would be...
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Bans Off Our Bodies Rallies To Be Held Across North Dakota

According to a press release from the North Dakota's Women Network, several groups, including ACLU North Dakota, ERA Now, North Dakota WIN Fund, North Dakota Women's Network, Planned Parenthood North Central States, Prairie Action North Dakota, and the Red River Women's Clinic have joined with activists across the state for a series of rallies this Saturday.
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Relocation of Capital Area Transit Transfer Station on Front Street

Starting Monday, May 16, 2022, The Capital Area Transit (CAT) bus transfer facility currently located between 5th Street and 7th Street on Front Avenue will be temporarily relocated in the area between 3rd Street and 5th Street on Front Avenue two blocks to the west. The contractor will be working on replacing the water main on Front Avenue from west of 7th Street to 9th Street.
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Grant opportunities for gold-star school programs

The Department of Human Services is now offering new grants for classrooms that go above and beyond. The Best in Class grants of 2022 will soon be given out to those who seek to make a difference in North Dakota’s early education. “Best in Class is an opportunity that...
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Man who pleaded guilty to murder for Mandan hit-and-run pleads guilty to more charges in Burleigh County

MANDAN, N.D. (KFYR) - A South Dakota man who pleaded guilty to murder for a fatal hit-and-run in Mandan has pleaded guilty to additional charges in Burleigh County. Thirty-nine-year-old Wade Bison, who was previously listed in court documents as being from Fargo, pleaded guilty in April to a murder charge and three other felonies in Morton County for driving into and killing 77-year-old Erwin Geigle on March 21. Following the hit-and-run, prosecutors say Bison fled from police and was arrested after he crashed his car down an embankment in Bismarck. The car he drove and the vehicle it towed had been reported stolen out of Williams County.
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