If you're looking for more of the same old song and dance and the same old talking points, Jim Walsh is NOT your man. Jim is an "equal opportunity offender" host who believes everybody should be accountable, regardless of whether they have a "D" or an "R" next to their name. In real life, Jim is actually a very friendly fellow from the Philadelphia area who enjoys a quiet life with his wife, two cats and two guitars (a guitar for each cat).
The Case Against ‘Confirmation Lights’
"Confirmation lights' like the ones in Bismarck may enhance revenue but there is little evidence they enhance safety.
Game & Fish: ‘No Record’ For Walleye Catch
North Dakota Game & Fish says the large walleye caught recently by a Lincoln man won't make the record books.
Mall Of America Attacker Sentenced
The man charged with throwing a child over the balcony at the Mall of America has pleaded guilty and received his sentence.
Stolen Police Car Leads To Fatal Crash
Authorities have released the name of the man who stole a police car and fatally crashed it on the interstate Monday near Grand Forks.
Kentucky Derby: What Happened?
If the conclusion of the Kentucky Derby had you scratching your head a bit, you're not alone.
Governor Signs Asset Forfeiture Reform
North Dakota's Governor Doug Burgum signed a bill this week designed to reform the state's asset-forfeiture system.
Synagogue Shooter Arraigned
The nineteen year-old accused of opening fire at a California synagogue over the weekend was scheduled to face arraignment Tuesday afternoon.
Why Was That Bismarck Bank Robber Out Of Prison?
Wednesday’s foiled bank robbery in downtown Bismarck has raised one big question: what was the suspect doing out of prison?
Bismarck Bank Bandit in Custody
Authorities say the man in custody for Wednesday's bank robbery in downtown Bismarck has a long history of run-ins with law enforcement.
Boy Thrown From MOA Balcony Fights For His Life
Authorities say a five year-old boy thrown from the balcony of the Mall of America is hospitalized and reportedly "fighting for his life."