People driving while on drugs becoming a bigger problem

Drivers killed in crashes are more likely to be high than drunk, according to the Governors Highway Safety Association. The report says for the first time drugged driving passes drunk driving in fatal car crashes.

Governor Doug Burgum signed a bill Wednesday afternoon that cuts property taxes and moves county social service costs to the state.

No matter where you live, you can expect road construction, and you will need to be more aware of potentially dangerous driving situations.

North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum signed a bill to authorize the creation of a statewide radio network to improve first responders communications.

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