• Watch Jeezy, 2 Chainz, Future Party in Strip Club in 'Magic City Monday' Video
    Money never stops flying in the video for Jeezy's "Magic City Monday." The clip finds the veteran MC taking in Atlanta's famed strip club Magic City with 2 Chainz and Future, who appears in the venue, delivering his verse via television screen. "Jizzle is the name, husThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Jeezy, 2 Chainz, Future Party in Strip Club in 'Magic City Monday' Video
  • John Lennon's Killer Mark David Chapman Denied Parole for Ninth Time
    Mark David Chapman, the man who murdered John Lennon in New York City on December 8th, 1980, was denied parole for the ninth time Monday...
  • MTV VMAs Endure Significant Ratings Drop
    An audience of 6.5 million people tuned into the 2016 MTV Video Music Awards, a drop of 34 percent compared to the 2015 event's 9.8 million viewer total, the New York Times reports.This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: MTV VMAs Endure Significant Ratings Drop
  • Listen to 'Rolling Stone Music Now' Podcast: Lars Ulrich on Metallica's New Groove
    The latest episode of Rolling Stone Music Now, our first-ever podcast, is now available. Listen and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Spotify or check it out below.In this week's episode, the ever-volubThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Listen to 'Rolling Stone Music Now' Podcast: Lars Ulrich on Metallica's New Groove
  • Watch Tegan and Sara's Stark 'White Knuckles' Video
    "Doubled like a couple, we stood/ Stood out in the light/ Clutching each other like/ Knuckles turned white," Tegan and Sara sing on synth-pop ballad "White Knuckles." A pair of interpretive dancers bring those lyrics to life in the clip's minimalist, black-and-white video directed by Minister Akins.<This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Watch Tegan and Sara's Stark 'White Knuckles' Video
  • Rudy Giuliani: I've Saved More Black Lives Than Beyonce
    Beyoncé electrified an otherwise subdued MTV Video Music Awards Sunday night with her 15-minute medley of tracks from her latest "visual album," Lemonade...
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  • Football Polls 8-29: Class AAA and AA
    Polls with position, record, first-place votes in parentheses, and overall poll points.  AA1. Bismarck St. Marys 1-0, (10) 54 2. Beulah 1-0, (3) 44 2. Valley City 1-0, 44 4. Fargo Shanley 0-1, 19 5. Dickinson Trinity 1-0 (1) 17 Also receiving votes: Central Cass, KindredAAA 1. West Fargo 1-0, (8) 67 2. Bismarck Century 1-0, (5) 56 3. Bismarck 1-0, 36 4. Fargo South 1-0, (1) 33 5. Minot 0-1, 10 Also receiving votes: Dickinson, Bismarck Legacy, Williston  
  • Paying It Forward for the Smallest Ones
     JAMESTOWN  - A joint effort between Stutsman County Housing Authority and Hugo's Family Marketplace in Jamestown resulted in a donation of over $1,000 worth of diapers and wipes to three local agencies on Monday.   Cassie DuBray, Assistant Executive Director for Stutsman County Housing Authority, organized the Jamestown Diaper Drive with a goal of raising $1,000...
  • Mosquito Fogging in Jamestown
     JAMESTOWN - Fogging operations in the City of Jamestown for adult mosquitoes is scheduled to begin TONIGHT- Monday, August 29, 2016 and will continue throughout the week...
  • Street Closure in Jamestown
     JAMESTOWN - The Jamestown City Engineer's Office says that  beginning TODAY, (Monday- August 29, 2016) 16th ST SW from 11th Ave to 16th Ave SW will be closed to through traffic due to utility work...
  • Dakota Access Pipeline Worker Killed
     Public Service Commissioner Brian Kalk BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A regulator says a man working on the four-state Dakota Access oil pipeline has been killed in an apparent accident in western North Dakota.Public Service Commissioner Brian Kalk said Saturday that the man died of his injuries Friday afternoon. His name has not been released. Kalk says the man was working as a subcontractor for Dallas-based operator Energy Transfer Partners, which is building the nearly 1,200-mile pipeline from North Dakota to Illinois. The pipeline in western North Dakota already is completed and is more than 200 miles away from a protest site in southern North Dakota. Kalk says the man was on a tractor Thursday, covering the underground pipeline with soil and grass seed.  Kalk says the company reported the man suffered a serious head injury, apparently while working on equipment. 
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