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  • How oil ate the heart of North Dakota

    Nothing completes a quiet morning drinking coffee and reading the paper like a multi-part investigative saga of pollution and the fracking boom in North Dakota, and boy howdy, did The New York Times deliver this weekend . In the two-part series, investigative reporter Deborah Sontag brings up one example after another of ways that pollution in North Dakota is on the rise.

  • Feds Give ND $344k For Traffic Safety Measures

    The North Dakota Department of Transportation will be receiving $344,000 in federal funds for traffic safety measures. The programs the federal dollars will fund are meant to reduce crashes as a result of impaired drivers, as well as deaths and injuries caused from individuals riding unrestrained or improperly restrained in vehicles.

  • Why 2 States Have Poured Money Into Public Higher Education

    This is the first of two stories from The Hechinger Report about states' spending on higher education and its impact on the economy. GRAND FORKS, North Dakota-Construction cranes sprout like stalks of wheat from the windswept, tabletop-flat campus of the University of North Dakota.

  • North Dakota lawmaker wants no state income tax

    With the state treasury flush with billions of dollars in oil money, at least one state lawmaker thinks North Dakotans could better spend the roughly $500 million collected annually from the levy. When the Legislature reconvenes in January, Rep. Scott Louser said he will introduce a bill that would set the state income tax rate at 0 percent, rather than push for an outright repeal.

  • Cassidy: Americans Waiting Too Long for Keystone XL Pipeline

    If any bill should have passed Senate approval, it should have been the one to approve the long-awaited Keystone XL pipeline project, Louisiana Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy says in this week's GOP address . "The case for approving the pipeline is clear and obvious," said Cassidy, who is challenging Louisiana incumbent Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu for her seat in a runoff election on Dec. 6. "This is a perfect example of what the American people want President [Barack] Obama and Congress to do.

  • Region's motorists give thanks for cheaper gas, plan to hit the road

    Average gas prices have fallen below $3 a gallon in Minnesota, Wisconsin and the Dakotas, encouraging more drivers to hit the road for the Thanksgiving weekend since 2007. In Minnesota, the average price was $2.79 this week, according to AAA, with some stations in Bemidji and Twin Cities suburbs reporting prices as low as $2.55, and the lowest price since the fall of 2010.

  • New tribal head to speed North Dakota natural gas pipeline talks to help curb wasteful flaring

    The new leader of North Dakota's oil-rich Three Affiliated Tribes is pledging to speed negotiations on a proposed pipeline through tribal land that would curb the wasteful burning of natural gas in the state by more than 10 per cent. North Dakota's booming oil production has led to an unmanageable increase in the state's output of natural gas, which is a byproduct of oil production.

  • Lawyers Can Limit Use of the Word "Rape" In Court

    A federal report out shows that the 2013 crime stats released by the North Dakota Attorney General's office are misleading. The Department of Justice has a new definition of rape that includes many more types of sexual assaults, including men.

  • U.S. railroad puts moratorium on new oil tank cars

    BNSF Railroad has told some customers that they cannot add new oil tank cars to its system until next year, according to two people familiar with the matter.a © Oil shippers seeking to add as many as a dozen new crude oil trains to BNSF's lines, which is more than 1,000 tank cars, have been "blocked out," one of the sources said.

  • Across the Region: Nov. 24

    A Nebraska man who killed his fiancee in a drunken-driving crash has been sentenced to five to eight years in prison. A judge on Tuesday sentenced 30-year-old Johnny Alvarez.

  • Crime uptick siphons space at North Dakota jails

    Oil Patch sheriffs like Busching_whose cell space issues mirror most in the state_housed a daily average of less than 30 inmates when voters approved a half-cent sales tax to build the law enforcement center and 112-bed jail. The facility has noticeably expanded, holding 130 male and female inmates in 132-beds just over a week ago.

  • New York snowstorm: The 'wall of snow' that wreaked havoc in Buffalo - in pictures

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies A " wall of snow " falling up to six feet deep plunged the state of New York into sub-zero temperatures and a state of emergency was declared after five people died in Buffalo."

  • Walter Pincus: It's time for U.S. to upgrade old thinking on old nukes

    The publicized mishaps - they shouldn't be called scandals - in recent years by Air Force and Navy personnel in charge of nuclear weapons give the White House and Congress a chance to rethink the U.S. deterrence mission before returning airmen to those buried missile silos or sending sailors off on new strategic submarine patrols. On Friday, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced plans to spend billions over the next five years to remedy what he called "systemic problems" in the U.S. nuclear deterrent.

  • US Senate Shoots Down Keystone XL Pipeline

    North Dakota's U.S. senators have crossed party lines to join in support of a Keystone XL Pipeline plan that ultimately failed. Democrat Heidi Heitkamp and Republican John Hoeven voted for the proposed legislation Tuesday, but the proposal to approve the long-delayed pipeline failed, teeing up another vote on the measure once Republicans take over the chamber next year.

  • US Senate shoots down Keystone XL pipeline

    North Dakota's U.S. Senators have crossed party lines to join in support of a Keystone XL pipeline plan that ultimately failed. Democrat Heidi Heitkamp and Republican John Hoeven voted for the proposed legislation Tuesday, but the proposal to approve the long-delayed pipeline failed, teeing up another vote on the measure once Republicans take over the chamber next year.

  • Walter Pincus: It's time for U.S. to upgrade old thinking on old nukes

    The publicized mishaps - they shouldn't be called scandals - in recent years by Air Force and Navy personnel in charge of nuclear weapons give the White House and Congress a chance to rethink the U.S. deterrence mission before returning airmen to those buried missile silos or sending sailors off on new strategic submarine patrols. On Friday, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced plans to spend billions over the next five years to remedy what he called "systemic problems" in the U.S. nuclear deterrent.

  • US Senate Shoots Down Keystone XL Pipeline

    North Dakota's U.S. senators have crossed party lines to join in support of a Keystone XL Pipeline plan that ultimately failed. Democrat Heidi Heitkamp and Republican John Hoeven voted for the proposed legislation Tuesday, but the proposal to approve the long-delayed pipeline failed, teeing up another vote on the measure once Republicans take over the chamber next year.

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