Today's Schedule

Nov

26

9:06 Open Phones
9:30 ND State Representative Jim Kasper (R- Fargo) on his plan to stop Common Core standards in the next Legislative session.
10:06 Ron Ness, President of the ND Petroleum Council, is here for his bi monthly chat taking your calls on anything related to the oil boom.
We will also talk about the latest NY Times hit piece on the boom, oil conditioning standards and ever lowering gas prices.

AHEAD…Wednesday 11/26: WIYT -Wahpeton, ND, Friday 12/5: WIYT – Mohall, ND, Wednesday 12/17: WIYT -Killdeer, ND

NY Times front page piece looks at the downside of the ND oil boom

ND lawmakers propose changes in voter ID law

Lawyer accuses ND WSI of failing injured workers

Hagel forced out as Defense Secy by Obama in post election shakeup

Zimmer: Peterson will return to Vikings

Obama denies immigration plan is ‘amnesty’ also says: ‘I’ve actually been very restrained’ Admits Americans Looking For “New Car Smell” In Next President, Says Hillary would make great President

Ted Cruz: Block Obama’s nominees next year

Even after a historic midterm win, Republican confusion over how to respond to Obama on immigration is evidence of a changing party

No Ferguson Grand Jury Decision Until Monday Earliest. Bizarre holding pattern. Signs of rising tension. Churches agreed to be ‘safe houses’.

New Black Panther members arrested in Ferguson firearms, bomb plot

Washington Post: Cosby’s legacy, recast: Accusers speak in detail about sexual-assault allegations, Female Letterman Staffers Required to Watch Cosby Eat Curry, NBC employee during Cosby Show years says he made payments to women for Cosby, stood guard while young models visited him

Bison get No. 2 seed for FCS playoffs, face SDSU and Montana State winner

West Fargo day care had history of violations before near-drownings

Vikings fall short in comeback bid against Packers

EPA rule on ethanol in gasoline pushed back to 2015

DSU Foundation motion reveals more allegations: AG says nonprofit’s status could be revoked

Attorney General: Higher Ed Board Violated Open Meetings Law Again

New $13 million U.S. Border Patrol Station nears completion in Pembina, N.D.

Sun sets on OPEC dominance in new era of lower oil prices. US imports at 30-year low. Iran to push for Saudi output cut

Republicans renew push for drilling in Alaska wildlife refuge

Republicans Are All Over The Place On Senate Filibuster Reform

Forum editorial: City police committee stumbles

Four die in murder-suicide in Sisseton, S.D., shooting

Health Department advises against non-medical travel to Ebola affected areas

Netanyahu warns US not to make ‘historic mistake’ on Iran, JPOST: ISRAEL MULLS STRIKE ON IRAN

In Iran Talks, U.S. Seeks to Prevent a Covert Weapon

Small quake shakes Dallas area, stirring fracking critics.

WIRE: ISIS recruits, exploits children.

Man who ambushed cops in Florida had anti-government beliefs

Nuclear commander lost job after being caught playing fake poker chips




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