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AMHERST, S.D.—Although studies are continuing, a preliminary report said a problem that started during construction of the Keystone pipeline almost 10 years ago may have led to the leak of 210,000 gallons of crude oil in a prairie grass field near the South Dakota-North Dakota border in November. A report said the pipeline rupture may have been caused by a half-moon-shaped concrete weight placed on the 30-inch pipeline to hold it in place in the field near Amherst in northeast South Dakota where there was shallow groundwater.
HIBBING, Minn. -- A 35-year-old Hibbing man died from a medical emergency after his car crashed in Hibbing on Christmas Eve. Dennis Jay Dix was southbound with a passenger on U.S. Highway 169 when the driver suffered a medical emergency. His 1993 Buick Park Avenue entered the median ditch about 6:45 p.m. and crossed over the northbound lanes, coming to a stop in the ditch, said the Minnesota State Patrol. His 8-year-old son was with him. He wasn’t injured.
TAMARACK, Minn. -- A 32-year-old Hamburg woman died Christmas Eve Day when her SUV rolled on U.S. Highway 210 near Tamarack in northeastern Minnesota. Nancy Haseltine Demunhayes died in the crash in the 12:45 p.m crash, while her 12-year-old passenger, Dradin Jace Hayes, escaped injury.
RAPID CITY, S.D.—A 31-year-old man killed on Interstate 90 in South Dakota last Thursday night when his van hit a charter bus that was stalled in the middle of the road with no lights on has been identified. He was Cade Stensland of Larchwood, Iowa, in the far northwest corner of Iowa, who died at the scene of the crash. Stensland, who was wearing a seatbelt, was driving a 2013 Ford E-250 van. The crash occurred 20 miles east of Rapid City at 8:45 p.m. when the bus carrying 56 passengers lost all power.
RAPID CITY, S.D.—A 31-year-old man was killed on Interstate 90 in South Dakota Thursday night when he his van hit a charter bus that was stalled in the middle of the road with no lights on. The crash occurred 20 miles east of Rapid City at 8:45 p.m. when the bus carrying 56 passengers lost all power. The 2013 Motor Coach bus, driven by a 39-year-old woman, came to a stop in the middle of both interstate lanes with no lights were operating. The eastbound 2013 Ford E-250 van then rear-ended the bus, said the South Dakota State Patrol.
ST. PAUL — Minnesota's Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has identified three Minneapolis police officers who fired their weapons during an officer-involved shooting of a teenager being interrogated on Monday, Dec. 18, at Minneapolis City Hall. Placed on standard administrative leave were Sgt. Gene Suker, a 20-year veteran, officer Jerome Carey, who has been with the department for one year and officer David Martinson, an eight-year member of the department..
MINNETONKA, Minn. -- Law officers were still on a manhunt late Friday afternoon and asking for the public’s help in finding two people involved in an alleged kidnapping in the Twin Cities suburb of Minnetonka.. Police there said witnesses saw Jahon Douglas, 37, of Burnsville, kidnapping his ex-girlfriend, Nicole Smith, 27, of Anoka, at gunpoint at about 3:40 p.m. Thursday.
MINOT, N.D.— It'll be a very merry Christmas for a Williston family who had their dog stolen four years ago. It was found—125 miles away—just days before the upcoming holiday. Minot Animal Control Officer Tanya Mendelsohn recovered the English bulldog, and a cat, on Tuesday, Dec. 19, after being called to an abandoned home in Minot that police called a "drug house." It was littered with garbage, and there was no food or water for the animals.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Emma was the most popular name for newborn girls at Sanford Health’s 44 hospitals in 2017, while Jackson topped the list for boys. The other top four names were Lillian (Lily), Abigail (Abby), Nora (Norah) and Harper. For boys, the other top four names were Grayson (Greyson), Henry, Liam and Theodore. Emma and Jackson were also the most popular name across the health system in 2015.
ST. PAUL -- Fire deaths have increased 30 percent in Minnesota so far this year to 56, and officials are worried about the historically dangerous holiday season. Last year at this time, there were 42 fire deaths. In 2015, there were 57 deaths, the highest number since 2002 when there were 64. The state’s all-time low figure was 35 in 2009 and the highest was 134 in 1976.