1. White Earth shooting
The family of a 27-year-old man shot and killed on the White Earth Indian Reservation early Sunday morning is sharing more details about the incident.
Jamie Lee Bevins Jr. had gotten involved in a fight between his younger brother and the alleged shooter, according to family members.
"All of a sudden, gunshots rang out and my son turned around . . . and fell to the ground," said Bevins' father.
Watch the full story from WDAY's Matt Henson.
Fargo South graduate Tom Hoge, in his third U.S. Open, has an early tee time today at Pebble Beach, teeing off from the 10th tee at 7:07 a.m. (PST).
For his third U.S. Open, Tom Hoge is doing something different. He’s going about his golf business this week the same as any other tournament.
In other words, he’s not trying to overthink it or do too much. He doesn’t want to make it more than it is — a golf tournament — even though it is the professional championship of the United States.
“I think I have a little better plan this week,” Hoge said. “I don’t want to get caught up in the atmosphere and excitement of it all.”
3. Contempt vote
President Donald Trump lashed out Wednesday against a widening web of congressional probes that demonstrated the limits of his strategy to declare victory and try to move past the 22-month special counsel investigation into Russian interference that has consumed much of his presidency.
Yet Trump's latest efforts to defend himself ran into new obstacles as a House panel moved to hold two Cabinet officials - Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross - in contempt of Congress over the administration's efforts to shield documents related to its decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census.
The committee vote came several hours after Trump asserted executive privilege over the material related to the 2020 Census.
4.Prairie St. John's
Prairie St. John’s in Fargo plans to begin work on a new $47 million hospital this fall with the start of demolition of a nearby building, signaling the end of a hospital that has been in service for more than a century.
The new psychiatric hospital will have 128 beds, up from the current 110, with space for residential and partial hospitalization care.
The original building was built in 1904 and occupies the site of what once was the residence of the late Bishop John Shanley, replacing an earlier St. John’s Hospital built in 1900.
Prairie St. John's CEO Jeff Herman said the new hospital will provide “enhanced and expanded” intensive day programs and outpatient care.
5. Yoga ... with goats
A Lakes Country yoga studio has teamed up with a goat ranch and a Detroit Lakes wedding venue to bring the trend of goat yoga to the region, which became popular a few years ago in coastal cities in the U.S.
Yoga is wildly popular, but why the goats?
"If we take ourselves too seriously, you can't do that when a goat is sharing his or her opinion in your face," said Brianna Krejci of Cabin Fever Yoga.
The first class sold out within two days, Krejci said. See a session for yourself on 'The Scoop' with Tracy Briggs.