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If we don't like pink, I'm open to another color. Like baby blue. Or a nice aquamarine color. We can workshop it. Whatever we come up with, it should serve as a reminder that law enforcement should be about safety, both for the cops and for the public, and not some action-movie fantasy.
The bodies of a man and woman, along with two deceased dogs, were found on the 25000 block of County Road 6 in a Lakeview Township residence on Sept. 27, according to a news release from the Becker County Sheriff's Office.
A southwest North Dakota woman has been arrested for her alleged involvement in stealing pain medication from a nursing home in Hettinger, N.D. Adams County Sheriff Jordan Fisher announced that his department launched an investigation into the matter, and has requested the assistance of the North Dakota BCI, federal DEA and ND Board of Health.
In a better sort of world, where politicians and activists and social media rubberneckers were capable of a modicum of empathy and rational thought, we might have waited for facts that might support the conclusion before turning Ellingson's death into a political talking point. Sadly, we don't live in that world.
This is a situation that deserves better than the hot takes we're getting from Twitter demagogues and cable news creeps.
“Our neighborhood is scared,” said neighbor Richard Moorhead, who spoke in favor of the building’s demolition.

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Court papers say 41-year-old Shannon Brandt confessed to a 911 dispatcher and police that he fatally struck 18-year-old Cayler Ellingson with his vehicle following a political dispute.
A man going through a mental health crisis was shot and killed by police Aug. 1, following an hours-long standoff. There was a joint press conference at 9 a.m. Monday, Sept. 19 to provide and update on that case.
Cleanup volunteers are welcome, and donations are needed to add surveillance cameras to the building's exterior, said Fowzia Adde, executive director of the Immigrant Development Center, the organization that owns the building.

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