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Raymond Cross argued twice before the U.S. Supreme Court in seeking just damages for the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara from Garrison Dam, which flooded the Fort Berthold Reservation.
The Fargo Police Department is still searching for the man who abandoned two cats, killing one of them. The survivor is up for adoption as shelters battle with an increase of surrendered pets.
Similar legislation is pending in the Senate and also has the backing of Secretary of State Steve Simon.
The suspect was posting on social media news coverage of the police activity outside the home.

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The investigation into the crash is ongoing, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.
A young angler won a prize he's not even allowed to use, all thanks to reeling in a 9.5 pound walleye.
While Minnesota has symbolically recognized Juneteenth in the past, a bill would cement it as an official paid holiday for state employees.
Parents of Bismarck High School basketball players said no action was taken when the Jamestown student section acted out during the Jan. 31 game.
Professors peppered House Majority Leader Mike Lefor with questions during a virtual public forum about his bill to give certain college and university presidents more scrutiny over tenure process.
In 2022, 135 people died by suicide in North Dakota, and it is the second-leading cause of death for young people in the state.

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Lawmakers asked for a review amid an investigation of the nonprofit Feeding Our Future. Employees and others are accused of using $250 million intended for meal programs for real estate and travel.
The standard now awaits a signature from Gov. Tim Walz, who said he supports the legislation.
The death of former Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem was followed by the mass deletion of emails and the revelation of a budget overrun tied to a building leased from a state lawmaker.

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