A new study found gas flaring in oil-producing states is not as effective in limiting harmful emissions when compared to long-standing estimates.
Some North Dakota lawmakers may be experiencing deja vu as the 2023 session is looking a lot like the 2013 session, according to a legislative budget analyst.
North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum and Attorney General Drew Wrigley are condemning political violence after reports say an 18-year-old man was struck and killed by a vehicle after the driver became upset over political rhetoric.
North Dakota's tax revenues are sitting at an all-time high as lawmakers eye tax relief and measures to address inflation for the upcoming legislative session.
Supporters of a long-standing North Dakota law emphasizing family farms are celebrating its 90th anniversary this year, at a time of increased debate about the influence of corporate agriculture.
Two initiatives set to be included on the general election ballot in November were evaluated by the North Dakota Legislative Management Council Monday for potential fiscal impact.
North Dakota Sen. Merrill Piepkorn, D-Fargo, said residents want property tax relief and are not as concerned about income tax relief.
North Dakota's Game and Fish Department has a plan to stop the spread of chronic wasting disease in the state's deer population.
North Dakota lawmakers were left with more questions than answers after building renovations ordered by the state attorney general's office went almost $2 million over budget and emails related to the project were deleted.
The North Dakota Legislature will consider a proposal to eliminate the state income tax and replace it with a flat tax.