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Bills for DAPL Protests Still Coming in for Reimbursement

The bills cover salaries, overtime pay, meals, lodging, mileage and other expenses

BISMARCK, ND — The bills for the Dakota Access pipeline protest costs continue to come in from several law enforcement agencies across the state. The state Division of Disaster Emergency Services says they have paid $719,000 to the Fargo Police Department. The Cass County Sheriff’s Office submitted a final bill for $819-thousand dollars but so far, has only received $62,000…

UND Softball Eliminated from Big Sky Tournament

North Dakota's season ends with conference tournament loss.

OGDEN, Utah (UND Athletics) — The University of North Dakota softball team’s season came to an end, as Idaho State advanced on in the 2017 Big Sky Conference Softball Tournament with a 4-1 win over UND on Friday afternoon. After dropping the tournament’s opening game against Southern Utah on Thursday, the Fighting Hawks needed to win out to claim the…

Authorities Release Little Details Behind Death of California DAPL Protester

They're arranging to send his body back to family members in the Republic of Macedonia

MORTON COUNTY, ND — Authorities are releasing little details behind death of a California man who was found dead near the Cannon Ball River. Authorities say 35-year-old Damjan Nedelkovski of Glendale had alcohol in his system, but no drugs. They say Nedelkovski was a known DAPL protester. Morton County officials say his cell phone had no records since late October…

Craig Cobb Sells Nome Property, Takes Back Reward Offer

Authorities said the fire was arson but have not made any arrests

NOME, ND — White supremacist Craig Cobb said he has sold his property in Nome, North Dakota back to its original owner. Cobb said he is also taking back the reward offered for information on the fire that destroyed the church earlier this year. Authorities said the fire was arson but have not made any arrests. Cobb is serving four…

Group Focused on Recalling Fargo Commissioner Piepkorn Backs Down

Piepkorn says he is ready to file a request for the 35-hundred names of everyone who signed the petition if it were filed

FARGO, ND — After months of gathering signatures on their petition to recall Fargo City Commissioner Dave Piepkorn, a spokesperson for the group of citizens says they are no longer filing. The spokesperson says the group is not confident about the validity of some of their signatures or if they had enough to file the petition. Commissioner Piepkorn has come…

Search for Missing Mandan Man Continues

Authorities from multiple departments are searching for the man

MANDAN, ND — Authorities are looking for a Mandan man who they say possibly drowned. The man was reported missing Wednesday night. His boat was found empty and idling in the Missouri River near the Fort Rice landing on Thursday. Authorities from multiple departments are searching for the man. Anyone with more info is asked to contact police. Categories: Community,…

NDSU Gives Back During Move Out Week

One student's trash may be another student's treasure during move out week

FARGO, ND — While finals may be coming to an end, another stress begins. It’s move out week. “We should probably put the guitar first,” one NDSU student said as they packed up. The semester may be over for some students, but now they tackle a new test. Fitting everything into a car. “I had to get rid of my mirror,”…

Hannaher’s Celebrates New Show Space

The public is invited to check out the new space that has creative office set ups

FARGO, ND — Hannaher’s is celebrating its new space on Main Avenue. Business leaders gathered to check out creative and innovative ideas for the work place. Hannaher’s demonstrates and sells different office set ups. The show space was previously located on 20th Avenue South across from the Multiband tower. “The space we were in fit us 20 years ago, but…

The Red River Zoo Welcomes Five Rare Kittens

The Pallas kittens aren't quite ready to meet the public yet

FARGO, ND — The Red River Zoo welcomes 5 new friends. Five Pallas kittens born on April 20th are already stealing the hearts of zoo–goers online. At this point, the kittens are in a nesting box with their mother. We weren’t allowed to bring our camera along to see them just yet because the species is known to have an…

High Risk Sex Offender Living in Hunter

Authorities say he'll be there for two weeks

HUNTER, ND — A high risk sex offender will be living in Hunter, North Dakota for a short period of time. Robert Feyh, 28, is living at 425 2nd Street East. Authorities say he’ll be there for two weeks. When Feyh was 18, he had sexual relations with a 14-year-old girl. He’s a lifetime offender. Categories: Community, Crime, Local News,…