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).
Thousands Sign Petition For Dakotas Merger
An online petition to merge North and South Dakota is drawing signatures from thousands from both states.
BREAKING: Sears: The End Is Near
Sears, once one of the nation's largest and most iconic department stores, is nearing the end of the run as sources report the chain is preparing to liquidate.
POTUS Pitches Wall on TV
President Donald Trump takes to the air Tuesday evening to make a case for his border wall.
ND Gov Presents State Of the State 2019
Governor Doug Burgum kicked off the 2019 legislative session Thursday (1/3) with the annual North Dakota State Of the State address.
Parks (Partially) Open Despite Shutdown
The National Park System is stay partially open in North Dakota - despite the national partial government shutdown.
Tribune’s Top Ten Stories of 2018
Here are the top ten stories of the year for the Bismarck/Mandan/Lincoln metro area, as compiled by the Bismarck Tribune.
The ‘Santa’s Lap’ Controversy – Yeah, That’s A Thing
Like we don't have enough in this country to get worked about these days, we now have another Christmas-related controversy to deal with.
Christmas Curiosities You May Have Missed (Some Discretion Advised)
If you're a little burned out on the standard holiday fare, here for your pleasure are some Christmas curiosities you may have missed or forgotten.
Lyft, NDDOT Give you a Cheaper, Safer Ride
The North Dakota Department of Transportation and the Lyft Company are joining forces to help you save on a safe and sober ride this holiday season.
Advocates: Legal Hemp Would Be a ‘Boon’ To ND Ag
The passage of the farm bill would legalize hemp farming. Advocates of legalized hemp say the crop could be a boon for North Dakota farmers.