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AP - The Dakotan

Police Officer Killed, 2 Others Shot in Fargo

Suspect Dead By JACK DURA and SUMMER BALLENTINE Associated PressFARGO, N.D. (AP) — One police officer was killed and two others were critically wounded in a shooting on a busy street in Fargo that also left the suspect dead, police said. A witness told The Associated Press that she saw a car crash and police […]
by AP - The Dakotan
July 15, 2023

Arrests Made in Painting, Memorabilia Thefts 

Including from Roger Maris Museum in Fargo  By CLAUDIA LAUER The Associated Press  Federal authorities announced charges against a ring of nine people for thefts of millions of dollars worth of paintings, sports memorabilia and other valuables including an Andy Warhol silkscreen, a Jackson Pollock painting and nine World Series rings belonging to the late […]
by AP - The Dakotan
June 15, 2023

Gov. Doug Burgum Jumps into Race for President 

Joins Crowded Republican Field  By THOMAS BEAUMONT and JACK DURA Associated Press  FARGO, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum, a former software entrepreneur who enacted a slate of laws this year advancing conservative policies on culture war issues, highlighted his small-town roots and business experience as he announced his candidacy for the 2024 […]
by AP - The Dakotan
June 7, 2023

New Gov. Doug Burgum Announcement Preview Video 

Edges Closer to Republican Presidential Race  By STEVE KARNOWSKI Associated Press  North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum took another step toward entering the race for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, posting a YouTube video on Monday touting his rise from a small town boy to a self-made software entrepreneur and a successful governor who has cut […]
by AP - The Dakotan
June 5, 2023

Clean-up After ND, MN Derailments

No Toxic Chemicals Spilled LANCASTER, Minn. (AP) — Crews are still cleaning up after two Canadian Pacific Kansas City trains derailed in Minnesota and North Dakota earlier this week. Several hazardous materials cars were among the 24 cars that toppled in the Minnesota derailment Wednesday in the northwest corner of the state near the Canadian […]
by AP - The Dakotan
June 1, 2023

North Dakota Gov. Burgum for President?

By JOHN HANNA and THOMAS BEAUMONT Associated Press North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum is expected to announce his candidacy for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, two GOP operatives told The Associated Press on Friday, putting him in an already crowded field dominated by ex-President Donald Trump. The Republicans, who had knowledge of Burgum's plans, said […]
by AP - The Dakotan
May 27, 2023

Death Sentence Change for Man who Killed Dru Sjodin 

Reduced to Life in Prison  FARGO (AP) — The death sentence for a Minnesota man who killed a North Dakota college student 20 years ago has been officially changed to life in prison.  Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Ralph Erickson signed the sentence amendment for Alfonso Rodriguez Jr. last week, according to court records.  […]
by AP - The Dakotan
May 24, 2023

Man indicted in North Dakota for theft of 'Wizard of Oz' ruby slippers worn by Judy Garland

FARGO -- A man has been indicted by a grand jury on charges of stealing a pair of ruby red slippers worn by Judy Garland in "The Wizard of Oz," federal prosecutors in North Dakota say. The shoes were stolen in 2005 and recovered in a 2018 FBI sting operation, but no arrests were made […]
by AP - The Dakotan
May 18, 2023

Former tribal leader sentenced for taking bribes in North Dakota

BISMARCK — A former government official of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation has been sentenced to five years in prison for accepting bribes and kickbacks from a construction contractor at Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in North Dakota. Randall Phelan, 58, of Mandaree, was an elected representative of the governing body of the Three Affiliated […]
by AP - The Dakotan
May 18, 2023

North Dakota governor signs law protecting tribal adoptions

By TRISHA AHMED Associated Press/Report for AmericaNorth Dakota's Republican Gov. Doug Burgum has signed a bill into law to protect tribal cultures by codifying the federal Indian Child Welfare Act into state law, Burgum's office announced Monday.The federal Indian Child Welfare Act, enacted in 1978, gives preference to Native American families in foster care and […]
by AP - The Dakotan
May 8, 2023
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