Daniel Burbank, KFYR TV

Daniel Burbank


Bismarck, ND, United States

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Past articles by Daniel:

A Montana woman is dead after a head-on crash

BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - A 61-year-old Sidney, Montana woman is dead after a head-on crash Sunday evening. It happened just before 6:30 p.m. on Highway 85, about six miles south of Williston. According to a spokesperson with the North Dakota Highway Patrol, a pickup driven by a 31-year-old Kansas man, lost control and went into oncoming traffic. The Montana woman was ejected and pronounced dead… → Read More

ND Country Fest preparing for biggest act yet

Winter starts Wednesday, but organizers with ND Country Fest are already thinking of two seasons ahead. → Read More

Cities in Hettinger County without power

All of Hettinger County is without power per a post on their emergency management page as of 3:30 p.m. → Read More

North Dakota snowbirds weather the storm in sunny Arizona

Not all North Dakotans are here during the snowstorm. Some snowbirds are already down in Arizona. → Read More

One woman killed in head-on crash, charges pending for 88-year-old Harvey man

BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - A 38-year-old Anamoose woman is dead after a head-on crash Saturday morning. Police say an 88-year-old Harvey man tried to drive around a semi and hit the woman head on. He was seriously injured. The woman was pronounced dead on the scene. Charges are pending for the Harvey man. Copyright 2022 KFYR. All rights reserved. → Read More

North Dakota’s soybean harvest more than 53% complete

After the soybeans are finished, Rick is moving onto corn. → Read More

BREAKING: Mandan Police find body near Fort Lincoln Trolley

Investigators were able to determine the body was a man. → Read More

Bismarck’s Johnny Carino’s to close its doors

This comes after Fargo’s Carino’s announced its closure on Sept. 13. → Read More

Race for U.S. House of Representatives: Incumbent and challenger responds to Cara Mund

Your News Leader sat down with Cara Mund about some of the issues across our state and country. → Read More

Cara Mund petitioning to become North Dakota’s first woman in the U.S. House of Representatives

Bismarck Century graduate and former Miss America, Cara Mund is petitioning for nomination for Congress. → Read More

Cara Mund petitioning to become North Dakota’s first woman in the U.S. House of Representatives

Mund needs 1,000 signatures to be put on the ballot for November’s General Election. → Read More

Bismarck Police arrest James Vann

The Bismarck Police Department wants to thank the community for its assistance and tips during this case. → Read More

Bismarck man wanted for attempted murder, led police on high-speed chase, escapes

Vann’s whereabouts are currently unknown and he is considered armed and dangerous. → Read More

Salt water disposal site catches fire in Stark County

Firefighters stayed back and let the fire burn itself out. → Read More

UPDATE: NDHP apprehend two inmates who walked away from Bismarck facility

MRCC is an unfenced, minimum-security facility for residents with minimum custody requirements, located in Bismarck. → Read More

Family displaced after Bismarck house fire

The house has heat and smoke damage. → Read More

Two injured, one seriously after a multi-county police chase

Charges are under investigation. → Read More

Richland County Emergency Managers discusses preparing for power outages

Electric crews pulled out due to unsafe conditions and impassable roads. → Read More

Law enforcement is investigating an incident at Mott-Regent School

Your News Leader has reached out to the Hettinger County Sheriff’s Office and are waiting for more information. → Read More

60-year-old found dead in the snow in Watford City

The victim’s name is being withheld pending notification of next of kin. → Read More