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Authorities say the man hospitalized in a shooting near the Empire Mall in Sioux Falls was shot while trying to steal someone's car. Thirty-four-year-old Edward James LeBlanc of Bismarck, N.D. was shot Friday evening, according to Public Information Officer Sam Clemens. Comment?
The Latest on court developments involving journalist Amy Goodman over her coverage of protests in North Dakota over the proposed Dakota Access pipeline: Authorities say they haven't ruled out future charges against "Democracy Now!" reporter Amy Goodman from her coverage of a protest against construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline in North Dakota. Judge John Grinsteiner on Monday refused to sign off on a riot charge against Goodman, finding there was no cause for it. Comment?
The leader of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is calling on President Barack Obama to take action against the Dakota Access pipeline. Chairman David Archambault II says in a statement that Energy Transfer Partners has ignored the Obama administration's request to voluntarily shut down work within 20 miles of Lake Oahe while the Army Corps of Engineers consider reforming how it plans infrastructure projects. Comment?
Students can often shut down when parents and teachers try to talk or even lecture about topics like bullying, so one school in Bismarck, North Dakota is trying a fluffier approach. Students at Highland Acres Elementary School were treated to a parade of dogs and a cat, but these animals were a little different from other pets. Comment?
The Aberdeen American News reports that 33-year-old Edwin TwoEagle inhaled water Monday and became motionless in the lake. His girlfriend unsuccessfully tried to pull him from the lake, but a different woman was able to get TwoEagle out of the water. Comment?
Sanford Health has agreed to allow its physicians to discuss terms of their contracts with co-workers and others after federal labor officials determined that the health care system was violating the law. The National Labor Relations Board has approved a settlement with Sanford that forces the health care system to change its employment contracts so that doctors may discuss their compensation in the workplace and elsewhere. Comment?
If you've ever wondered what happened to that taxicab in the 1996 murder of driver Michael Hare, we tracked it down in a parking lot in Bismarck, North Dakota. Gary Schumacher, owner and operator of Taxi 9000 helped a colleague start up the business in Pierre all those years ago. Comment?
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