North Dakota's State Department of Environmental Quality is monitoring water surface water about 33 miles south of Fargo, where a liquid fertilizer spill occurred recently.
A statewide petition drive is currently underway in North Dakota to put a measure on the ballot this November legalizing recreational cannabis.
The list of North Dakota counties voicing concerns about a proposed carbon-emissions pipeline is growing longer.
The South Dakota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has received hundreds of applications for party status as it decides whether a carbon capture pipeline should wind through the state.
North Dakota ranchers are still assessing their losses from the spring snowstorms. They are being urged to tap into federal relief, and some are calling for better payouts.
The sale of a 1,151-megawatt power plant from Great River Energy to Rainbow Energy Center LLC will keep 650 jobs in the state, North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum said in a news release.
The recent planting report published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) shows that wheat yield across the country this spring will be lower than average due to higher input costs.
The U.S. Department of Interior announced it is making only 20 percent of eligible acreage for oil and natural gas production available for leasing on federal lands to comply with a federal court order.
An outbreak of avian flu has led the North Dakota Department of Agriculture to cancel poultry and bird events, but it may be awhile before the local economies will feel the outbreak's effects, state officials said.
Financial relief is coming to North Dakota farmers who were affected by last year's feed transportation costs.