If you're looking for more of the same old song and dance and the same old talking points, Jim Walsh is NOT your man. Jim is an "equal opportunity offender" host who believes everybody should be accountable, regardless of whether they have a "D" or an "R" next to their name. In real life, Jim is actually a very friendly fellow from the Philadelphia area who enjoys a quiet life with his wife, two cats and two guitars (a guitar for each cat).
Interesting Moments In the Dems’ Debate
Elizabeth Warren emerged as the apparent "winner" in the first of the two debates this week of the Democratic presidential contenders.
J.J. Hemingway R.I.P.
Former Townsquare Media personality J.J. Hemingway died this week at 65.
ND Biker: ‘Safety Course Saved My Life’
A Bismarck motorcyclist credits the ABATE motorcycle course with saving his life in a near-collision.
New Crude Pipeline In The Works
Two companies announced intentions this week to move ahead with a new pipeline to transport crude from the Bakken to Oklahoma.
Video of Autistic Twin Cities’ Boy Singing ‘Old Town Road’
One of the most inspiring tings you'll see all year is the viral video of an autistic Minnesota boy singing along to the Hit "Old Town Road"...
Helicopter ‘Crashes’ Into New York Building; One Confirmed Dead
A helicopter has struck a building in midtown Manhattan, New York City. Authorities confirmed at least one fatality in the incident and say terrorism was not apparently a factor.
Free Lunch Program Open For Summer
The Free Summer Lunch program for kids and adults is underway again in Bismarck and Mandan now through mid-summer.
Commission OKs ‘Little House’ In Cathedral DIstrict
The Bismarck City Commission voted unanimously this week to allow Anne Cleary to build a small home on her lot along Mandan Street.
Drug Informant Suit Dismissed
A Wahpeton judge has dismissed the case involving the shooting death of a college student-turned-drug informant.
The Case Against ‘Confirmation Lights’
"Confirmation lights' like the ones in Bismarck may enhance revenue but there is little evidence they enhance safety.