Emmeline Ivy, KFYR TV

Emmeline Ivy

KFYR TV

Bismarck, ND, United States

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North Dakota airport flight cancelations

There's hope at airports today as flights to and from Bismarck pick back up as the snow calms down. → Read More

Flight cancelations at North Dakota airports

The heavy snow across North Dakota Wednesday continues to impact airports. → Read More

Producer of ND pioneer movie hopes film inspires audience across the state

The scene on set of "A Heart Like Water" used the elements around the cast to capture the essence of the earliest settlers in the what we know today as the state of North Dakota. → Read More

Producer of ND pioneer movie hopes film inspires audience across the state

The scene on set of "A Heart Like Water" used the elements around the cast to capture the essence of the earliest settlers in the what we know today as the state of North Dakota. → Read More

Household debt hit record levels; but some experts say it’s not all bad news

Household debt has hit record levels in the third quarter-- rising to just over $15 trillion, according to the Federal Reserve. → Read More

Ward County Sheriff’s Department asking for help finding Mandy Fulsebakke

The Ward County Sheriff’s Department needs your help finding missing 42-year-old Mandy Fulsebakke. → Read More

Authentic Jamaican restaurant open in Mandan

There’s a new Jamaican restaurant in Mandan. → Read More

Shipping problems raising consumer prices

The Labor Department reports September’s consumer-price index, which measures what consumers pay for goods and services, rose by 5.4% from last year. → Read More

Sanford Health responds to President Biden’s new vaccine mandates

Sanford Health sent a statement. → Read More

Chip shortages now impacting local dealerships

Chip shortages around the world continue and are impacting car dealerships in North Dakota. → Read More

Rate of youth diabetes increases by 95%

Troubling findings from a recent study shows that youth cases of type 2 diabetes has increased drastically over the last few years in United States. → Read More

New Sanford clinic offers kids neurological care

Bismarck now has a new option for pediatric patients seeking neurological care. → Read More

Pitorro Restaurant & Bar coming to Bismarck

There’s a new Puerto Rican restaurant coming to south Bismarck. → Read More

Bismarck approaches major milestone in coronavirus cases

As of Tuesday afternoon, there is only one COVID-19 patient hospitalized at CHI St. Alexius. → Read More

Negotiations between CHI St. Alexius fall through

Essentia Health and CommonSpirit Health signed a Letter of Intent in January 2021 for CommonSpirit-owned facilities operating under the CHI brand in North Dakota and Minnesota to join Essentia Health. → Read More

Health experts say foreign travel will be inconsistent in the foreseeable future

Infectious disease consultant Dr. Noe Mateo said domestic travel is relatively safe if you’ve been vaccinated. → Read More

North Dakotans are itching to travel; health experts say it’s okay to do so domestically

North Dakotans are itching to get out and vacation. Travel agents say they’ve seen a spike in customers. While the U.S. State Department has added more countries to its “do not travel list,” health experts say if you’re fully vaccinated, domestic travel is a safe option. → Read More

Broadband experts explain how Biden’s American Jobs Plan could make your Wi-Fi faster

Negotiations are still underway to decide the fate of President Biden’s nearly $2 trillion American Jobs Plan. The plan is centered on revitalizing infrastructure across the country. → Read More

North Dakota employers are having a hard time filling jobs

Job Service North Dakota reports many businesses across the state are struggling to hire back workers. → Read More

Dentists say it’s important to keep your appointments during the pandemic

Many people have been avoiding going out in public due to the threat of coronavirus. But, dental health shouldn’t be put on the back burner. Dentists say don’t let coronavirus anxiety keep you out of the chair. → Read More