Map. History of North Dakota conflict

23 March 2018
A 24-year-old man accused of shooting at officers during a high-speed chase nearly a year ago was sentenced Tuesday, Jan. 23, in Fargo's federal court to 25 years in prison.
A traffic stop eight miles east of Jamestown on Interstate 94 Sunday morning, Jan. 21, resulted in 476 pounds of marijuana being seized, according to the Stutsman County Sheriff's Office. The seizure Sunday has resulted in almost 700 pounds of marijuana being confiscated by the sheriff's office in a little more than a month.
A total of eight Bismarck schools sheltered in place at various times on Thursday, Jan. 18, in response to an officer-involved shooting in northwest Bismarck.
Two passengers in one vehicle died in a two-car crash on Thursday in Grand Forks County, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol. The crash occurred at 10:45 a.m. when a 2007 Nissan Altima crossed the center line while negotiating a westbound curve on N.D. Highway 15 around 12 miles west of Thompson, N.D. The Nissan collided head on with an eastbound 2008 Chevrolet Uplander.
A former University of North Dakota football player has pleaded guilty for his part in dealing marijuana. Demon Taylor, who was an offensive lineman for the Fighting Hawks, entered an open plea Thursday in Grand Forks District Court to a Class B felony of possessing marijuana with intent to deliver or manufacture and possessing drug paraphernalia. His sentencing date has been set for March 5, and he faces up to almost 11 years in prison and a $23,000 fine
A 59-year-old Montana man has died in a head-on crash on icy roads in McKenzie County in western North Dakota on Wednesday night
A Grand Forks man charged with attempted murder in a convenience store shooting last summer has pleaded guilty to reduced charges. Jody Christopher Bergland Jr., was sentenced Tuesday, Jan.16, in Grand Forks District Court to five years in prison for aggravated assault with a dangerous weapon, a Class C felony. He initially was charged with a Class A felony count of attempted murder and reckless endangerment, a Class C felony, but the plea agreement downgraded the more serious charge.
A man is accused of stealing a truck and then leading police on a slow speed chase late Monday monday night in Fargo
No injuries were reported after a small fire started between the floor and ceiling of apartments in northeast Jamestown Monday afternoon, according to the Jamestown Fire Department. The department was sent to 610 11th St. NE at 5:07 p.m. on a report of a fire between the floor and ceiling of two apartments. A heat gun was being used to thaw pipes in the apartment building, said Lt. Sheldon Mohr, Jamestown Fire Department training officer.
19th Ave North and Dakota Drive is closed to 18th Ave in Fargo.
Police here were called to a Fargo apartment complex Thursday night, Jan. 11, for a report of someone being shot. At 11 p.m., officers responded to 701 10th St. N. Shortly after arriving on scene, officers escorted a man outside of the building and placed him on a stretcher where he was then taken by F-M Ambulance for medical treatment
Police here were called to a Fargo apartment complex Thursday night, Jan. 11, for a report of someone being shot. At 11 p.m., officers responded to 701 10th St. N. Shortly after arriving on scene, officers escorted a man outside of the building and placed him on a stretcher where he was then taken by F-M Ambulance for medical treatment.
The Fargo Landfill will be closed Thursday, Jan. 11 due to extreme wind. Debris can not be properly maintained in trucks with high winds and can often blow away from the landfill.
Authorities say a North Dakota man who wheeled a shopping cart with stolen merchandise out of a Hobby Lobby craft store was stopped by snow.
Police officers here were able to defuse a situation Sunday, Jan. 7, involving a suicidal woman who was believed to have a gun. Sgt. Jim VanLith said Fargo officers were called to assist West Fargo Police with a woman having a mental health issue who might have been armed
The Grand Forks Police department is asking the publics help in finding a missing woman. According to police, Ashley Nelson, 43, has been missing since Thursday, January 4th
A fire broke out at Langdon's general store on 802 3rd street at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday. Crews arrived on the scene and saw flames shooting through the roof of the building. An insurance company is also attached to the building and employees were able to run inside and save some things that were in it.
A pretrial conference is scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 4, in district court in Stanley for a New Town man accused of filming himself having sex with an area girl and then sending the video to friends.
A Stanley, N.D., man died Wednesday following a crash with a dump truck in Mountrail County, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol. The crash occurred at 11:38 a.m. when the 95-year-old driver of a 2016 Ford F150 was traveling west on U.S. Highway 2 about half a mile west of Stanley. The Ford lost control and began to fishtail into the median but the driver was able to steer the truck back onto the roadway.
Fargo apartment fire displaces people in five units
A small aircraft with four people aboard landed without injuries after the landing gear failed to deploy. The landing was at about 5:45 p.m. Monday, Jan. 1, at Hector International Airport.
A northwest North Dakota man who claims that Divide County Sheriff Lauren Throntveit was intoxicated while investigating a shooting earlier this year has filed a complaint against him. Douglas James of Crosby, who also claims the sheriff drinks on the job, submitted a formal complaint to the North Dakota Peace Officers Standards and Training Board last week. The board will hold a hearing on the complaint in Bismarck on Feb. 7, Duane Stanley, the POST board's executive secretary, said.
Jamestown Rural Fire Department responded to a vehicle fire on Christmas Day. Stutsman County Communications Center dispatched JRFD to a report of a car on fire on U.S. Highway 52 at mile marker 260 at approximately 5:30 p.m. The call was near the Parkhurst Recreation Center turnoff across from the Agri-Cover facility, according to JRFD Chief Ben Maulding. Two JRFD trucks and six firefighters were on scene at 5:42 p.m., and cleared the scene with no incidents or injuries at 6:18 p.m.
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Fargo, North Dakota shooting at 4731 13th Ave S: 1 injured
A woman is hurt after her vehicle hit a police car on Interstate 94 near West Fargo at 8 p.m. on Wednesday. According to the accident report, tooper Joshua Page was parked on the median with his lights on responding to the scene of an accident.
A Cass County District Court judge has ordered a man to spend 23 years in prison for his conviction on attempted murder and other charges connected to an armed standoff at a West Fargo hotel in March 2016.
Several chickens are dead after a chicken coop caught fire in West Fargo. Crews were called to 6401 19th Avenue N. at 4:59 Monday morning. When firefighters arrived on scene, the chicken coop was fully engulfed, and the fire had spread to a nearby storage shed.
A woman is hurt after she accidentally shot herself between 7 and 8 p.m. at 113 3rd street southwest in Hankinson on Sunday. 28-year-old Sara Lynn Kiner of Hankinson told the Richland County Sheriff's Office at the Hospital that she was handling a 9mm handgun when it went off and hit her in the leg.
A woman is seriously injured after being hit by a car during a traffic collision near West Fargo Friday night. North Dakota Highway Patrol says heavy snowfall covered the roads when a Chevy Impala, driven by Glen Maurer, 88, side swiped an eastbound Nissan Murano, driven by Michael Weigelt, 61, on I-94 near mile marker 343.
A fire on the University of North Dakota campus was reported to the Grand Forks Fire Department at 6:28 p.m. on Wednesday. West Hall building at 3530 University Avenue had flames coming up from a dryer in the laundry room, according to reports. Students were being evacuated as crews arrived
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