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Bismarck Burleigh Public Health and Tobacco Free North Dakota are hosting the Fall Break Free Youth Action Summit.
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  • Friday, September 30, 2022 - It’s our monthly Journalists Roundtable. In addition to news director Dave Thompson, we have special guest journalists Jill Schramm, associate editor with the Minot Daily News; and Monica Hannan, managing editor at KFYR-TV. ~~~ Matt Olien reviews “Don’t Worry Darling.”
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  • Today we examine a buried-treasure legend from the countryside near the town of Hebron -- or maybe Glen Ullin, sometimes it is hard to tell about the whereabouts of something that was utterly lost.
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Brazil's presidential election heads to a runoff between Lula and Bolsonaro
Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, the left-wing former president, won more votes than right-wing incumbent President Jair Bolsonaro, but not enough to win outright in the 11-candidate race.
After Ian demolished their home, a Florida couple wonder where to go
Fort Myers Beach was one of the places hit hardest by Hurricane Ian. Jim and Susan Helton are two of the many whose homes were destroyed. Now they don't know what's next.
'Saturday Night Live' returns and shows that a lot of rebuilding is underway
Judging by the relentlessly average, borderline uninspired season opening episode, this 48th season of SNL is off to a bumpy start, writes our critic Eric Deggans.
The hidden faces of hunger in America
More than 1.2 million people struggled to put food on the table at some point last year in the Washington, D.C. region. Tens of millions more are struggling across the country.
Without these Latino composers, Hollywood wouldn't sound the same
The Hollywood playlist of Latino film composers includes Maria Grever, Agustín Lara, Lalo Schifrin, Gustavo Santaolalla, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Germaine Franco.
Las Vegas mass shooting survivors turn to each other to find strength through tragedy
Five years on, survivors of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history are still struggling with the psychological and physical fallout.
Flooding and closed roads are some of the challenges Florida's people face after Ian
Flooding cut off I-75 for hours as officials struggle to restore power and water to residents in the path of the storm's destruction.
Brazilians go to the polls, with Lula tipped to beat Bolsonaro
More than 120 million Brazilians will vote Sunday in a highly polarized election that could determine if the country returns a leftist to the helm of the world's fourth-largest democracy.
A stampede at a soccer match has killed at least 125 people in Indonesia
Brawls between supporters of two rival soccer teams prompted riot police to fire tear gas, which caused panic. The country is due to host the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup.
Jewish Ukrainian father and son soldiers mark holy days under cloud of Russia's war
A father and son fighting for Ukraine against the Russian invasion say the war has heightened their Jewish identity.
Venezuela frees seven Americans as part of the largest prisoner swap under Biden
The release of the Americans, including five oil executives, is in exchange for the freedom of two nephews of the Venezuelan president's wife.
Russia withdraws its troops from a key city encircled by Ukrainian forces
Russia pulled troops out Saturday from the eastern Ukrainian city of Lyman, which it had been using as a front-line hub. It was the latest victory for the Ukrainian counteroffensive.