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Governors tighten restrictions as COVID-19 surges
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U.S. COVID-19 cases surge past 11 million
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A 'dangerous situation': COVID-19 deaths surge
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North Dakota Gov. announces face covering mandate
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COVID-19 hospitalizations in U.S. surge to record
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U.S. tops 100,000 cases for second straight day
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U.S. sets new record for coronavirus cases
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US presidential polls: Biden wins 192 electoral votes, Trump crawling at 114
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U.S. reports over 2,100 coronavirus deaths in one day with vaccine on horizonMore than 2,100 COVID-19 deaths were reported in the U.S. on Tuesday, making it the deadliest day the country has seen in six months. The virus continues to hit hard in America's heartland. "CBS This..
The Dakotas lead the world in COVID-19 deaths per capitaNorth Dakota has hit another high in COVID-19 deaths as the virus continues to hit hard in the middle of the country. One hospital in Kansas turned a waiting area into hospital rooms for those without..
South Dakota marks one of its highest daily death tolls since the coronavirus pandemic beganSouth Dakota ranks second behind North Dakota for the country's highest number of virus cases per capita in the last two weeks, according to The COVID Tracking Project. David Begnaud visited Sioux..
Covid in North Dakota: One day inside a rural US hospital’s fightStaff at a 14-bed hospital in North Dakota tell first-hand their fight to keep friends' family members alive.
N.D. nurses fear working with sick colleaguesNorth Dakota's current virus wave is among the worst in the U.S., putting more pressure on nurses who now fear they'll be forced to work with sick colleagues. (Nov. 18)
Lesson from North Dakota's horrendous COVID reality: Don't fight precautions. We need them.To avoid lockdowns and stay-at-home orders, we must comply with public health measures and protect each other from COVID. We are all in this together.
A North Dakotan died of Covid-19 and was elected posthumously to the state legislature.
David Andahl, 55, Dies; Elected Posthumously in North DakotaHe caught Covid-19 as the virus surged across the state. How to fill his vacant seat in the state legislature remained in dispute.
Coronavirus updates: North Dakota is now requiring face masks; one of last COVID-19-free counties reports case; Nevada gov. tests positiveMany Americans are bracing for increased virus restrictions and lockdowns. Latest coronavirus news.
North Dakota wants nurses with COVID-19 to keep workingWith the state in danger of being overwhelmed, nurses worry the policy will force them to work while sick.
What Places Are Hardest Hit by the Coronavirus? It Depends on the Measure.By different metrics, all sorts of locations in the United States are deeply troubling, from Minot, N.D., to New York City.
GOP candidate who died of COVID-19 wins North Dakota electionNow, the state's attorney general said the governor can't appoint someone to fill the empty seat, which he attempted to do one day after the election.
North Dakota sets records for virus deaths, cases, hospitalizationsThe death count is the 15th highest per capita in the country, according to The COVID Tracking Project.
US election: Winning legislative candidate had died from Covid 19A North Dakota state legislative candidate has been elected despite dying last month due to complications from Covid 19.David Andahl, 55, won the June primary over the longtime incumbent Governor Doug..
Republican state legislature candidate in North Dakota who died of COVID-19 in October wins electionRepublican candidate David Andahl won a seat as a North Dakota representative on Tuesday night, but he died on Oct. 5 after being sick with COVID-19.
COVID-19 cases soar in all but 8 U.S. statesAs fall approaches, coronavirus cases are soaring in the U.S. in all but eight states. Hawaii, California, Arizona, Idaho, Wyoming, North Dakota, Georgia, and Vermont are the exception to the rise in..
Coronavirus updates: 'Winter surge' still looks dire; no vaccine likely before election; 74k US lives can be saved with masksAn influential COVID-19 model calls out North Dakota's death rate, says masks can save 74,000 U.S. lives. Latest COVID news.
Savanna's Act is law: Donald Trump signs bill to address missing and murdered Native AmericansThe bill is named after Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind of Fargo, North Dakota, a pregnant 22-year-old Spirit Lake tribal member who was killed in 2017.
Coronavirus updates: Wisconsin, Dakotas scramble for hospital beds; Florida gun background checks surge; 212K US deathsHospitals in Wisconsin, North Dakota and South Dakota are on "emotional roller coaster." US death toll tops 212K. Latest COVID-19 news.
A North Dakota candidate who died of Covid-19 remains on the ballot.
The Virus Surges in North Dakota, Filling Hospitals and Testing AttitudesAs Covid-19 cases grow in the Great Plains, one official said residents need to know “how perilously close we are to the edge.”
Twin brother and sister surprised with homecoming coronationsA twin brother and sister received the surprise of their lives when they were crowned homecoming king and queen at their North Dakota high school. Norah O'Donnell shares their story.
Fraternal twins crowned as homecoming king and queenA high school in North Dakota was the scene of a double surprise as a twin brother and sister were crowned homecoming king and queen.
Covid 19 coronavirus: US hospitals feel squeeze as infections spike in MidwestThe coronavirus has tightened its grip on the American heartland, and with infections surging in the Midwest, some hospitals in Wisconsin and North Dakota are running low on space. Midwestern states..
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Savanna's Act, a bipartisan bill to address 'tragic issue' of missing and murdered Native Americans, passes US HouseSavanna's Act is named for Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind, a 22-year-old pregnant Spirit Lake tribal member from North Dakota who was killed in 2017.
After he suffered a heart attack, 60 neighbors showed up to help a local farmerEarlier this month, 57-year-old Lane Unhjem suffered a heart attack while working on his farm in North Dakota. Within hours, about 60 volunteers offered to help harvest his crops while he was in the..
North Dakota community rallies to help farmer harvest crops after heart attackLane Unhjem, who farms durum wheat and canola, went into cardiac arrest after his combine harvester caught on fire. His neighbors lent a big hand.
North Dakota City Councilwoman Comes Out as Gay During LGBTQ+ DebateA city councilwoman in Minot, North Dakota got into it with a resident during a council meeting Friday -- a resident who was clearly upset the City would dare raise an LGBTQ+ flag -- and she shut him..
1/5: Dangerous cold invades upper Midwest; deadly plane crash in AspenAs a historic cold snap grips the Midwest, the worst of the cold is affecting Minnesota and North Dakota, where wind chills of 60 below zero have been recorded; and, A small private jet carrying three..
Care for Alzheimer's caretakers keeps families together, saves taxpayers moneyThe Alzheimer's Association in North Dakota is bringing help to caregivers in a state where support groups or other assistance can sometimes be 100 miles away. State legislators have approved $2.2..
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Oil advocate: Shocked by ruling on Dakota pipelineA judge has ordered the Dakota Access pipeline shut down for additional environmental review more than three years after it began pumping oil. A North Dakota oil advocate says he is shocked by ruling..
What rebound? North Dakota in economic crunch as virus batters oil, agricultureWhen the novel coronavirus first appeared in the United States, North Dakota was in the envious position of having more money in its state coffers than it had budgeted.
Can Jon Ossoff Win in Georgia? What to Watch as 5 States Vote TodaySeven candidates are facing off in a Democratic primary for a Georgia Senate seat. Nevada, North Dakota, South Carolina and West Virginia are also holding primaries.
Live Coronavirus News Updates and Full AnalysisThe Trump administration is reviewing an order to extend its coronavirus border restrictions indefinitely. President Trump will meet with the governors of Colorado and North Dakota. The virus “may..
'Like watching a train wreck': The coronavirus effect on North Dakota shale oilfieldsOil executive Bill Kent was with fellow managers in the Colorado board room of Resource Energy headquarters on April 20 when benchmark U.S. crude prices collapsed to minus $37 a barrel. Sitting six..
North Dakota coronavirus cases spike with outbreak at GE wind power plantNorth Dakota reported a spike in novel coronavirus cases on Saturday after more people tested positive at a wind power factory run by a unit of General Electric, posing a challenge to the state's plan..
North Dakota governor issues guidelines to reopen state May 1: statementNorth Dakota Governor Doug Burgum issued guidelines for reopening the state as soon as May 1 in a statement issued late Wednesday, according to a statement from his office.
Winter storm warning out for northeast ND, northwest MinnesotaGRAND FORKS — An urgent winter storm warning was issued for northeastern North Dakota and northwest Minnesota Wednesday afternoon, April 1, as the National Weather Service monitors a system that..
U.S. forecasters see widespread spring flooding but less than 2019U.S. government forecasters predict widespread flooding this spring in 23 states from the Northern Plains to the Gulf Coast, particularly in parts of North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota, but not..
Joe Biden wins statewide vote in Washington stateBiden's victory means he won five of the six states that voted last Tuesday: Washington, Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi and Idaho. Sanders won North Dakota's caucuses.
Sanders captures North Dakota, but Biden still carries day with big election winsBernie Sanders scored his first victory in Tuesday's Democratic U.S. presidential nominating contests when North Dakota was called in his favor, but the lone win was unlikely to blunt rival Joe Biden's..
After Big Wins for Biden, Sanders Supporters Hold Out HopeDespite suffering another round of defeats in multiple primary voting states on Tuesday to former Vice President Joe Biden, supporters of Bernie Sanders’ 2020 presidential run are not about to give..
Sinking a ferry, lifting a yoga ban, limiting cash bail: News from around our 50 statesSection of Route 66 sees high pedestrian deaths in New Mexico, city-hosted sweat lodge runs into trouble in North Dakota, and more
Cancer patient aboard coronavirus-stalled cruise faces possible chemotherapy delayAmong the 2,400 passengers stranded off the California coast on a cruise ship carrying at least 21 people infected with coronavirus, few people aboard likely have more to lose than Kari Kolstoe, a..
Golden Gate bison, prisoner paintings, dining with dogs: News from around our 50 statesFlorida lawmakers worry about 'phony baloney' support animals, wine named for official with drunken driving arrest in North Dakota, and more
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North Dakota OKs expanding Dakota Access Pipeline, setting up legal fight with Standing RockNorth Dakota regulators approved expanding the Dakota Access pipeline, despite concerns that the plan makes a dangerous oil spill more likely.
North Dakota Tribes Score Key Voting Rights VictoryIn a win for voting rights advocates, North Dakota agreed to a binding consent decree to ensure that Native Americans can vote without an ID that shows a residential addresses.