by Samantha Page Aug 28, 2015
A federal judge issued a temporary injunction Thursday, halting the EPA and Army Corps of Engineers' regulation of some small streams, tributaries and wetlands.
by Alan Pyke Aug 26, 2015
North Dakota law enforcement officials have been using drones for years. Now they can add weapons to them.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jul 22, 2015
No, states can't ban abortion after just six weeks of pregnancy.
by Katie Valentine Mar 6, 2015
North Dakota's oil boom has brought a surge of criminal activity to the state.
by Emily Atkin Feb 19, 2015
Safe to say this has not been a great week for the U.S. oil industry.
by Katie Valentine Jan 22, 2015
The pipeline leaked brine, a salty byproduct of oil and gas drilling that can contain heavy metals.
by Ari Phillips Nov 17, 2014
Chevrolet, a unit of GM, will become the first company to purchase carbon credits in a new program administered by the U.S. Agriculture Department meant to preserve grasslands.
by Ari Phillips Nov 5, 2014
North Dakotans voted strongly against a measure that would have redirected funds towards conservation while tribal members elected a leader with environmental concerns.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Nov 5, 2014
The movement to define eggs as people was just dealt a big blow.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Oct 30, 2014
A recent court ruling deals the latest blow to a state struggling to maintain access to reproductive health services.