Half of iconic Bert & I duo dies 60 years after recording

Bob Bryan, half of the comedy duo "Bert and I," has died in his home in Quebec
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Have you herd? Moose, bighorn sheep pass on migration tips

Moose and bighorn sheep learn migration routes from others in their herd
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Missouri House passes wide-ranging abortion restrictions

Missouri's Republican-led House has passed a bill to ban almost all abortions if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade
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1st North Dakota medical marijuana dispensary delayed a day

The opening of North Dakota's first medical marijuana dispensary has been delayed a day
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Warden questions timing of audit criticizing her prison

The warden of state women's prison in southwestern North Dakota is questioning an audit critical of her lockup
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The Latest: 1 dead, others injured in Wisconsin pileup

Authorities say one person is dead and several others injured after a pileup on an interstate in east-central Wisconsin
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Drivers stranded by blizzard rescued in southern Minnesota

The National Guard and sheriff's deputies are rescuing people stranded by a blizzard in southern Minnesota
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Wintry mix: Upper Midwest storm brings snow, sleet, wind

Another winter storm is bringing a little bit of everything to the Upper Midwest, turning in some places from a drizzle to a blizzard
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AP FACT CHECK: Undocumented GOP, Dem rhetoric on immigration

AP FACT CHECK: When the rhetoric over illegal immigration is undocumented, from Trump, GOP and Democrats
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Dakota Access developer sues Greenpeace in state court

The developer of the Dakota Access oil pipeline is seeking millions of dollars from the environmental group Greenpeace and several activists in state court in N
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Government: Highway shutdown not aimed at tribe, media

Government officials say the five-month shutdown of a North Dakota highway during protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline was not aimed at manipulating
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Legionnaire's outbreak linked to hotel H2O park in Casselton

North Dakota health officials say three people have contracted Legionnaire's disease linked to a hotel water park in Casselton
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Oklahoma GOP leaders to push 'triggered' abortion ban

Republican leaders in Oklahoma want to join at least five other states in automatically banning abortions if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns its landmark 1973
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New details in sex abuse case against former school trainer

Federal prosecutors say a former Montana high school trainer sexually abused students on athletic-related trips to North Dakota and California and pretended he
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AP FACT CHECK: Senator makes false national emergency claim

AP FACT CHECK: North Dakota Sen. Kevin Cramer makes false claim about national emergency declared by President Barack Obama during flu pandemic
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Survey: Banks raising farm loan collateral requirements

A monthly survey of rural bankers in parts of 10 Plains and Western states shows nearly two-thirds of banks in the region have raised farm loan collateral requi
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Weighty measures await Legislature in session's second half

The North Dakota Legislature has finished work on bills in its respective chambers and lawmakers have left the Capitol
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North Dakota's 1st medical marijuana dispensary set to open

North Dakota's first medical marijuana dispensary is scheduled to open next week in Fargo
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State lawmakers place their bets on sports gambling

Legislatures in roughly two dozen states are considering bills to legalize sports gambling after a US Supreme Court ruling last year ended Nevada's monopoly
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Online sales tax collections adding up for North Dakota

Online sales tax collections in North Dakota have totaled more than $5 million since last fall
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Snowfall in the Upper Midwest this week setting records

Upper Midwest snowfall is setting records
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House passes bill aimed at tracking missing, murdered people

North Dakota's House has passed bipartisan legislation intended to collect data on missing and murdered people
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House rejects sexual orientation discrimination legislation

North Dakota's House has rejected a measure that would prohibit housing or workforce discrimination based on sexual orientation
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Bill exempts military retirement pay from income tax

North Dakota's House has passed legislation that would exempt military retirement pay from state income tax
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