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Williston police are investigating a report of a homicide and want the public's help locating a piece of evidence....
     WILLISTON, N.D. (AP) - Williston police are investigating a report of a homicide and want the public's help locating a piece of evidence.  Detective David Peterson tells The Associated Press that police received the report of a homicide on Saturday. He says police have not confirmed the report nor have they found a body.
     Peterson says police are looking for a bed mattress that is considered evidence in the case. He says the mattress may have been discarded along a roadway or ditch in the Minot area after being transported from Williston.  Peterson says the public should report any discarded mattress found in the region, but he says people should not touch the mattress or disturb the area.

     PEMBINA, N.D. (AP) - A Canadian man survived an accident caused by the weekend snowstorm near the border in North Dakota but was struck and killed when he went to help someone else.  The North Dakota Highway Patrol says it happened Sunday afternoon on Interstate 29 just south of the Pembina Port of Entry.
     The agency says 53-year-old John Geortz, of Winnipeg, got out of his vehicle to check on another driver involved in the crash and was struck by a tractor trailer.  Four other people were injured in a third vehicle.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Xcel Energy says it's lifting an appeal to residential customers in parts of North Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin to conserve natural gas by turning down heat and avoiding the use of gas appliances. Xcel began asking customers Saturday to conserve natural gas after an explosion near Winnipeg knocked out three pipelines.

     JAMESTOWN, N.D. (AP) - Great Lakes Airlines is pulling out of Jamestown and Devils Lake at the end of the month. The airport manager in Jamestown says he's been told it's because of a pilot shortage. Officials in the two communities have recently endorsed a switch from Great Lakes to SkyWest Airlines.

     JAMESTOWN, N.D. (AP) - A student from California who allegedly made threats that led to the brief lockdown of a college campus in North Dakota is set to stand trial in April. Eighteen-year-old Robert Flores has pleaded not guilty to a charge of felony terrorizing. Flores allegedly threatened to kill three students at the University of Jamestown and drink their blood as part of a satanic ritual last November.

     RAY, N.D. (AP) - Williams County officials have denied a request to build 55 homes and a recreational vehicle park near Ray. The Williams County Planning and Zoning Commission denied the request last week after a heated debate. Backers of the proposal say the project would attract families and investment in Ray. Emergency officials in Ray had expressed concern about serving the area more than a mile from town.


    MINOT, ND - The City of Minot has developed a program to assist rental property owners of one to four-unit properties who received significant damage from the 2011 flood. Finance Director Cindy Hemphill says the program will provide forgivable loans to affected rental property owners to repair damages caused by the flood and when necessary, to reconstruct properties. In exchange for the full forgiveness of the loan, property owners will lease their properties to eligible low to moderate income households at affordable rates for the requisite period.

   (Copyright 2014 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

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