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Bismarck area concerned about rising Missouri River

The U.S. Army Corp of Engineers and North Dakota residents are keeping an eye on the rising Missouri River near Bismarck as the agency releases more water from a nearby dam. The Bismarck Tribune reports that water released from Lake Sakakawea at the Garri

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 23 Jun 2018 | 10:26 am CDT

Man stabbed three times in south Bismarck

The Bismarck Police Department says the 26-year-old man was walking back from a bar near South Washington Street when four people approached him. The man told police one of men had a knife and began stabbing him on his left side below his armpit.

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 23 Jun 2018 | 10:26 am CDT

2) Man arrested after leading Bismarck police on foot chase

Police say they found a car by the Exxon Station on South Washington St., with the driver, 25 year old Ryan Azure passed out in his car. Officers say he obeyed their commands and turned off his car but he quickly turned it back on and fled.

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 23 Jun 2018 | 10:26 am CDT

KFYR-TV's Mason-Dixon poll shows Cramer, Heitkamp Senate race is close

TV is your election leader for the 2018 Senate race. To keep you informed we have teamed up with Mason-Dixon Polling and strategy to give you an exclusive insight into the upcoming election.

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 23 Jun 2018 | 10:26 am CDT

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers addresses drought and floods

That's because an additional 8,000 cubic feet per second of water will be released by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers tomorrow from Garrison Dam bringing releases to 52,000 cfs. On Tuesday night, Corp officials addressed a different topic, drought issues

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 23 Jun 2018 | 10:26 am CDT

New poll shows close race for U.S. Senate Race in North Dakota

An exclusive statewide poll by Valley News Live and Mason-Dixon Polling shows, that not even a week after North Dakota's primary, the race for the U.S. Senate is tightening. The statewide poll shows Kevin Cramer only holds a 4% lead over incumbent Heidi H

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 23 Jun 2018 | 10:26 am CDT

Big Boy restaurant undergoing renovations

Railroad property around the 64-year-old business has been purchased to create another exit for drive through customers. Now the lunch and dinner rush that backs up traffic on Main Street will be reduced.

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 23 Jun 2018 | 10:26 am CDT

Corps of Engineers increases releases from Garrison Dam to 52,000 cfs

The U.S. Army Corps is increasing the flow from Garrison Dam to 52,000 cubic feet per second according to a press release sent Monday. The 8,000 cfs increase will put about 60,000 gallons per second more into the river.

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 23 Jun 2018 | 10:26 am CDT

City reviews applications for new Bismarck police chief

With the current Bismarck Police Chief Dan Donlin retiring in a few weeks, the city is working hard to find his replacement. According to the City of Bismarck's Human Resource Director Robert McConnell, the applications closed on June 10 and they had 11 a

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 23 Jun 2018 | 10:26 am CDT

Woman, dogs uninjured in semi rollover in Mandan Sunday, June 17

The North Dakota Highway Patrol says around 10 a.m., the semi and attached box trailer were westbound on I-94. The rig exited onto the Bismarck Expressway but was traveling too fast and went off the road and rolled onto the driver's side.

Source: CP Bisman Local news feed | 23 Jun 2018 | 10:26 am CDT