Today's Schedule

Sep

02

9:06 Open Phones
10:06 Congressman Kevin Cramer (R-ND) is our guest for a full hour to take your calls on any subject for the talk radio town hall. We’ll also ask him Obama circumventing Congress on UN Climate rules, EPA investigators coming to ND, the latest on ag rail shipments, Burger King using tax inversions to acquire Tim Horton’s, whether Obama needs to do more in response to ISIS, the militarization of police and more.

AHEAD…. Thursday… What’s In Your Town live from Grafton, also Bank of ND President Eric Hardmeyer….Friday… live on the way to Ames for the NDSU Bison vs. Iowa State Football game, also joined by ND Ag Commissioner Doug Goehring and Dave Berg of American Crystal Sugar

Girl, 9, kills Arizona shooting instructor with Uzi in accident, The range allows children as young as 8 to practice shooting with parental supervision.

In Little Falls trial, Byron Smith finally testifies, breaks down. The man jailed for life in the Thanksgiving Day murders of two unarmed teenagers testified for 15 minutes as he fights how much he must pay the families of his victims.

Former Minnesota man suspected of fighting with Islamic State is killed

Mother suspects murder in death of NDSCS student

EPA Investigators Now Have Offices In North Dakota

Commerce Department rules in favor of US sugar growers

ND Industrial Commission members approve project that would allow for a new water storage facility as part of a regional water project in the oil patch.

OBAMA PUSHES FOR UN ‘CLIMATE’ RULES WITHOUT CONGRESS

Top IRS ethics lawyer facing possible disbarment, accused of lying.

Congress members makes 3 times average American’s salary: report

Feds: Report shows progress in tribal prosecutions

Two plead guilty in Valley City church arson

Bison expect to travel to season opener in Ames with a healthy team

BNSF train carrying liquefied petroleum gas derails near ND-Manitoba border, no leaks or injuries

SAB: We Can’t Talk About Delayed Grain Shipments Without Talking About Delayed Pipelines

AG Finds Department Of Public Instruction Broke Open Records Law With Anti-Common Core Emails

Demonstrations resume in Missouri over shooting death of black teen, Ferguson-like attack in Utah escapes media notice; race bias seen, POLL: Blacks Think Race Relations Worse Under Obama

Burger King CEO says Tim Horton’s move about growth not taxes, analysts disagrees, Financier Buffet defends, US tax rate 40% vs. Canadian 26%.

Obama pressed to expand deportation program for millions of immigrants

WHO says no smoking should include e-cigarettes, City of Moorhead treating e-cigarettes the same as cigarettes

Cease-Fire Extended in Gaza, but Not on Hamas’s Terms, Palestinians pour into Gaza streets to celebrate.

Trinity High School’s first day back is a return to normalcy after fire

Upland game numbers showing promise

Heitkamp visiting Africa for nearly 2 weeks

FSA numbers continue to show fewer prevented-planting acres than first thought

Grand Forks School Board OKs preliminary budget with reduced taxes

State reviewing radioactive draft result, study that could lead to disposal of radioactive oil field waste in North Dakota recently has been turned over to state health officials

Cass County plans to house juvenile delinquents in Clay facility beginning next year




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