Filings: Pipeline Opponents Allegedly Threatened OfficialsPolice allege in court filings that opponents of the Dakota Access oil pipeline made threats against officers and public officials in North Dakota last year, prompting additional security for the state's governor.
North Dakota Lawmakers Introduce Bills Inspired By Pipeline ProtestsNorth Dakota's Republican-led and largely oil-friendly Legislature is quickly introducing a raft of bills spurred by the bitter dispute between Dakota Access protesters and law enforcement, from restricting face coverings at protests to requiring the state to sue the federal government as a means of recouping millions in policing costs.
Policing The Dakota Pipeline Protests Cost $22MThe cost of policing the Dakota Access pipeline protests in North Dakota is at least $22 million — more than $5 million more than the state set aside last year.
Corps, Tribes To Judge: Reject Dakota Access Co. RequestThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and two Native American tribes that oppose the $3.8 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline have asked a federal judge to reject an effort by the four-state project's Texas-based developer to get permission to finish it.
Former North Dakota Oil Executive Faces Fraud ChargesA onetime North Dakota oilfield executive is accused of breaking federal law by falsely inflating company revenues by tens of millions of dollars.
N.D. Man Charged With Attempted Murder In ShootingA North Dakota man has been charged with attempted murder for a shooting at a home in Breckenridge, Minnesota.
Minnesota Man Wins North Dakota Poker ChampionshipA Minnesotan has won North Dakota's poker championship for the first time. Jon Wurden, of Fisher, Minnesota, won the North Dakota State Texas Hold 'em Championship over the weekend. He outlasted more than 1,000 other players and won $30,000.
Remnants Of Winter Storm Create Tricky Travel ConditionsStudents in some North Dakota school districts will have an extended winter break as heavy snow has created dangerous travel conditions. Dozens of other school districts have delayed the start of classes Tuesday.
Prosecutors Ask To Depose Lawyer In UND Student Murder CaseAlfonso Rodriguez Jr. was sentenced to death for killing of University of North Dakota student Dru Sjodin.
Thousands In S.D. Still Without Power Following Christmas StormThe furious winter storm that swept into the northern Great Plains on Christmas Day weakened Tuesday, but thousands remained without power in the Dakotas and Michigan.
I-94 In N.D. Opens From Jamestown To FargoA roughly 90-mile stretch of Interstate 94 from Jamestown to Fargo is now open to travelers.
Interstate 94 Reopened From Dickinson To MontanaNorth Dakota officials have re-opened Interstate 94 from the Montana border to Dickinson, but motorists are still advised not to travel.

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