TIOGA, N.D. -- All but 55 customers of Montana-Dakota Utilities customers in Tioga had their natural gas service restored by 3 p.m. Wednesday after a citywide outage the day before. Tioga is a city of about 1,600 residents in northwestern North Dakota, about 40 miles east of Williston.
BISMARCK -- Less than two weeks after his charges related to infant child abuse, a Bismarck man is now accused of raping the same child. Andrew Glasser, 32, is charged with Class AA felony gross sexual imposition. Court documents say a doctor's examination showed sexual abuse of the infant girl.
MANDAN, N.D.-- Released from a 12-day jail sentence, Alexander Simon has filed to appeal his case related to protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. Simon and Mary Redway were the first defendants sentenced to serve jail time for convictions related to the pipeline protests. Surrogate Judge Thomas Merrick convicted them Oct. 19 in a misdemeanor court trial with three others, including photojournalist Sara Lafleur-Vetter, whose charges he dismissed.
BISMARCK -- A federal judge has given Red Fawn Fallis permission to move from a jail in Rugby to a halfway house. U.S. District Judge Daniel Hovland ordered on Tuesday that Fallis be released as soon as space is available at Centre Inc. in Fargo. Hovland had previously denied a similar request for Fallis, who is accused of shooting at police officers during a Dakota Access Pipeline protest on Oct. 27.
WEST YELLOWSTONE, Mont. -- A 42-year-old Bismarck hiker was found dead in the West Yellowstone area on the fringes of Yellowstone National Park on Tuesday morning. Montana authorities had been searching since Sunday night for Mike Petersen, who failed to show up at a designated rendezvous point, according to a press release from the Gallatin County (Montana) Sheriff's Office.
BISMARCK — The woman accused of shooting at police officers during an October pipeline protest is petitioning the court to get out of jail before her July 17 trial. Red Fawn Fallis' Rapid City-based attorney Bruce Ellison said release from the Rugby jail to a Fargo halfway house would facilitate communication and improve her well-being prior to trial.
Law enforcement, as of midday, had arrested more than 80 protesters at a Dakota Access Pipeline construction site in Morton County off of Highway 1806, south of Mandan. Police received a call at about 5:20 a.m. that protesters were on a construction site south of Mandan, far off of Highway 1806 in a field, according to Donnell Preskey, a spokeswoman for the Morton County Sheriff's Department.
BISMARCK -- Spotted around 3:45 p.m. in the Bismarck Tribune parking lot, one young bull moose headed south to a loading dock by J.C. Penney at the Kirkwood Mall. He made stops at the CHI St. Alexius Health hospital, backyards throughout southeast Bismarck and spent nearly two hours huddled behind a tree in the McDonald's parking lot, near the former Front Page building, on East Main Avenue before taking off around 6:30 p.m. towards the Capitol grounds.
BISMARCK -- A Minnesota man who fled North Dakota before his sentencing for luring a minor by computer was found in Florida and now sits in jail while he awaits a new sentencing date. Jeffrey Dean Alley of Princeton, Minn., previously pleaded guilty in South Central District Court in Burleigh County to the felony offense and was scheduled to be sentenced July 14.
BISMARCK -- When officers with the Bismarck Police Department placed an ad online advertising a woman's sexual services for sale, so many men replied that the police couldn't arrest them all.