ND scheduled to get first payment in opioid distributor lawsuit this month

BISMARCK, N.D. (KVRR) – North Dakota is set to receive its first payment in a $45 million settlement with opioid distributors to resolve claims they helped fuel the opioid crisis. The settlements are with McKesson Corporation, Cardinal Health, Johnson and Johnson and Janssen Pharmaceuticals. The money will be sent over 18 years and likely will go to the state’s Department…

Owner of closed photography service apologizes for ‘upheaval and damage’

BISMARCK, N.D. (KVRR) – The owner of a Bismarck photography service that abruptly closed in October, leaving customers with no way to get a refund, says his actions were not malicious. Jack Glasser issued a statement on social media Friday that says his actions were “the result of underestimating just how difficult a situation I put myself in over the…

Update: Attorney says Glasser customers can download photos at no cost

FARGO (KVRR) – An attorney who represents a Bismarck-based photography service that abruptly closed says couples will eventually be able to obtain their wedding photos free of charge. “We are pleased to announce the arrangement will allow couples to see online and download their photographs at NO COST for one year,” according to a statement from Fargo attorney Tim O’Keeffe….