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Judge orders new trial for Lyft driver convicted of rape

A South Central District judge has granted a new trial to a Mandan man whose 2019 conviction for raping a Lyft customer was upheld by the North Dakota Supreme Court. Judge Bobbi Weiler in an order filed Wednesday said Corey Wickham’s constitutional rights were violated when his defense attorney failed to object to police testimony that later impacted the jury’s decision.
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Dozens of Afghan Refugees Will Resettle in North Dakota

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota will help settle dozens of Afghan refugees who will begin arriving later this month. The state Department of Human Services said Friday it has been notified by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that North Dakota will receive 49 evacuees through the federal Afghan Placement and Assistance program.
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Friday Night Frenzy: Class 11AA and 11B Highlights

Check out this week’s highlights from Class 11AA and 11B football teams on Friday Night Frenzy!. West Fargo (37), Bismarck (0) Williston (7), Legacy (63) Rugby (6), Velva/Garrison (14) Bishop Ryan (35), Westhope/Newburg/Glenburn (33) Killdeer (46), Hazen (57) Beulah (48), Southern McLean (14) South Prairie-Max (6), Stanley (27) Linton-HMB-S-Z (18),...
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ND among states threatening lawsuit over vaccine mandates

BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - Twenty-four Republican State Attorneys General from around the United States signed a letter on Thursday addressed to the Biden Administration regarding the president’s sweeping vaccine mandates. They threatened legal action if the president doesn’t change course. The letter says, “We... urge you to reconsider your unlawful...
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Professional Women in Building surprise single mom with makeover

BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - A group of about 40 women from Bismarck and Mandan, working in a traditionally male-dominated field, came together earlier this year to support each other. The Bismarck-Mandan Professional Women in Building (PWB) just wrapped up celebrating Professional Women in Building Week in a big way. “Surprisingly,...
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Magi football downed by Mandan 35-21

The Minot Magicians’ football squad returned home for its annual homecoming contest Friday night, but the visiting Mandan Braves soiled the festivities at Duane Carlson Stadium, sending the Magicians to a 35-21 defeat in front of a boisterous crowd in Minot. Friday’s homecoming contest against Mandan (2-0 WDA, 2-2 overall)...
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Highway Patrol trooper on leave after fatal Morton County shooting

A North Dakota Highway Patrol trooper is on administrative leave pending the investigation of a Sept. 7 shooting that killed a Montana man. Craig Knutson, 45, of Billings, Montana, was shot once by Trooper Steven Mayer after a chase in Morton County, Maj. Tom Iverson said Sept. 8. Knutson was alone in the vehicle, which Iverson described as a van. He died at the scene.
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48th annual Downtowner’s Street Fair returns to Bismarck

An art fair that draws in many vendors and visitors is back in Bismarck for its 48th year. All kinds of hand-crafted goods can be found at this year’s Downtowner’s Street Fair, ranging from jewelry to clothing and, of course, art. A vendor from Jamestown who visits art fairs across...
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Bismarck Can Relate. 4 Minnesotans Found Dead In A SUV. No Motive

Bismarck and Mandan residents can relate to this ongoing story. We just finished with a trial that captured nationwide attention - The RJR murders, where four people were killed on April 1, 2019, here in Mandan. Two years later that horrible day produced a three-week trial - after Chad Isaak was found guilty, we still had one simple question? WHY?
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Bismarck to see housing co-op for men recently behind the iron door

BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - Bismarck is on its way to having a new housing co-op for men who are recently released from prison. The Strong Secure Single Mens Housing Cooperative filed with the Secretary of State earlier this month, and is seeking occupants. Organizers say they’re trying provide house for...
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2nd man sentenced for theft from elderly woman's bank account

A judge has ordered a Bismarck man to pay back more than $1,300 to a 92-year-old woman he stole money from by using her bank account information to pay his own bills. Christopher Shaver, 36, pleaded guilty Thursday to theft and unauthorized use of personal identifying information. Shaver and another...
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St. Mary's surges in second half to knock off 11AA No. 3 Shanley

Fargo Shanley threw the ball a lot, but Bismarck St. Mary’s threw it better Friday night at Smrekar Field in Bismarck. Nick Schumacher threw three touchdown passes and the Saints outscored the Deacons 21-0 in the second half as the second-ranked team in 11A beat the third-ranked team in 11AA 28-21.
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FBI agents investigate shooting death at Standing Rock Reservation

BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - The FBI is investigating a shooting death that occurred on the Standing Rock Reservation last Friday. Agents report that 31-year-old Lindsey Archambault was shot with a handgun and died. FBI and BCI agents were on the scene just before 11pm. Agents say no suspect is yet...
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The 48th Annual Downtowners Street Fair is on this weekend

BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - The 48th Annual Downtowners Street Fair is on this weekend, and the festivities got started Friday. We caught up with some fairgoers to see why they keep coming back. More than 100 vendors and thousands of people come out to the street fair every year, and...
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North Dakota judge upholds law limiting collection of old oil and gas royalties

BISMARCK — A Watford City judge has upheld a recently passed law that sets limits on how far back oil companies must pay old royalties to North Dakota. Companies agree to pay oil and natural gas royalties and any late fees to the state for the right to extract publicly owned minerals, but industry-backed legislation approved earlier this year by the Republican-led Legislature and Gov. Doug Burgum retroactively established a statute of limitations for state collections of royalty payments, meaning the Department of Trust Lands can't require firms to pony up on outstanding royalty bills from before August 2013.
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