Officials, industry prepare for another busy year of highway constructionRELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK - The Dickinson Theodore Roosevelt Regional Airport’s 2015 boardings remain about 3 percent lower than last year, according to figures released Friday by the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission.
The Jamestown Regional Airport Authority’s Commercial Air Service Committee has set a goal of averaging 800 passenger boardings a month for June through August.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Northrop Grumman has made it official.RELATED CONTENT
ST. PAUL — Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton stuck to his tried-and-true themes during his Thursday night State of the State speech, but rural lawmakers said they felt he showed a willingness to ease a controversial proposal to require 50-foot buffer strips around all water.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK--Another bill regulating ride-hailing companies such as Uber has been approved by both chambers of the North Dakota Legislature.
Cirrus Aircraft was flying high in September 2008 when the recession suddenly hit.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO — Spectrum Aeromed, a local company that designs and manufactures custom air medical and air ambulance equipment, will showcase its medical interior in a new Pilatus PC-12 NG on a tour of Asia.
WASHINGTON - Requiring new train cars carrying some flammable liquids be equipped with protection systems meeting or exceeding current standards is one recommendation coming out of a federal safety study.
WILLISTON, N.D. – North Dakota sends more oil by rail to East Coast refineries than all other areas of the country combined, says new data from the Energy Information Administration.RELATED CONTENT
WASHINGTON - New regulations to cap vapor pressure of North Dakota crude fail to account for how it behaves in transit, according to industry experts, raising doubts about whether the state's much-anticipated rules will make oil train shipments safer.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK -- One of the top rail companies in the U.S. has announced steps to improve rail safety in North Dakota.RELATED CONTENT
As western North Dakota boomtowns work to catch up to growing truck traffic with bypasses around city centers, they’re also working to make sure commercial truck drivers actually use the routes.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK, N.D. - While they currently work at a marketing firm in Bismarck, Mike Mabin and Ed Sargeant are looking to unmanned aircraft to expand their business portfolio.
MOORHEAD, Minn. – North Dakota environmentalists want oil companies to reduce volatile gasses in Bakken crude. Regulators, however, say they’re taking a different tack that’s cheaper for the industry and still improves safety.RELATED CONTENT