North Dakota Borrows $5M To Cover Policing Costs For Pipeline ProtestNorth Dakota officials on Monday approved borrowing more cash from the state-owned bank to cover policing costs related to protests over the Dakota Access pipeline.
Oil Pipeline Opponents Going After The MoneyOpposition to the Dakota Access oil pipeline has persuaded some banks to stop supporting projects that might harm the environment or tread on indigenous rights, but calling the divest movement a success might be a stretch.
Appeals Court Refuses To Stop Oil In DAPLAn appeals court on Saturday refused a request from two American Indian tribes for an "emergency" order that would prevent oil from flowing through Dakota Access pipeline.
DAPL Could Be Operational In Less Than 2 WeeksOil could be flowing through the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline in less than two weeks, according to court documents filed by the developer just before police and soldiers started clearing a protest camp in North Dakota where pipeline opponents had gathered for the better part of a year.
Police Prepped For SWAT Scenario At DAPL Protest CampA SWAT vehicle is ready for use if it becomes necessary to use force to remove the remaining protesters from the now-closed Dakota Access pipeline protest camp on federal land in North Dakota, authorities said Thursday.
Most Dakota Access Pipeline Opponents Leave ND Protest CampMost of the Dakota Access pipeline opponents abandoned their protest camp Wednesday ahead of a government deadline to get off the federal land, and authorities moved to arrest some who defied the order in a final show of dissent.
Minor Flooding Almost Certain To Hit Pipeline Protest CampThe first seasonal flood outlook from the National Weather Service indicates minor spring flooding is almost certain in the area of Dakota Access pipeline protesters' encampment in North Dakota.
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.
Government Won't Permit Pipeline Under Missouri RiverThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has refused to grant permission for the Dakota Access oil pipeline to cross under a Missouri River reservoir in North Dakota.
Standing Rock Leader Says He'll Be 'Forever Grateful' To ObamaThe leader of the Standing Rock Sioux says the tribe "will be forever grateful to the Obama administration" for the Army Corps of Engineers' decision to refuse to allow the construction of a pipeline under a North Dakota reservoir.
Feds Block Dakota Access Pipeline RouteU.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it won't grant an easement for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota.