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The North Dakota Health Department says one more person has been identified in a hepatitis C outbreak....

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The North Dakota Health Department says one more person has been identified in a hepatitis C outbreak.  State epidemiologist Tracy Miller says the case count is now at 46.  Miller says the latest case is not linked to the 45 other cases to found in current or former residents Manorcare nursing home in Minot.  Hepatitis C is a viral infection that can cause serious liver damage or even death.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Police have identified a Florida man whose body was found in Bismarck.  Police say the body of 31-year-old Clint Joseph Williams was found Thursday afternoon in the northwest part of town, but police say he does not appear to have died there.
     Police Sgt. Mark Buschena says in a statement that authorities believe Williams died in McKenzie County, in western North Dakota. Authorities say Williams recently moved to the Watford City area.
     Police have released few details on the case.  Authorities say there was no sign of trauma to the body and no indication as to how the man died. There also was no identification on the body.  An autopsy was planned Friday.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Authorities say an unknown amount of jet fuel and another chemical leaked from an overturned tanker truck in western North Dakota.  KXMB-TV reports that the truck crashed on a county road five miles east of Belfield on Friday afternoon.  Authorities shut down both lanes of I-94 and Highway 10 in the area following the rollover. The westbound land was reopened at about 2:30 p.m.
     Highway Patrol Sgt. Tom Iverson says it's unknown if there are any injuries. He says the driver of the truck appeared to be the only person involved in the accident.  Authorities say jet fuel had to be drained out of the truck before attempting to move it.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A 33-year-old Bismarck man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison on a child pornography charge.  Preston Bushard is charged with receipt of materials involving the sexual exploitation of minors. He pleaded guilty on Feb. 3.
     Authorities say Bushard downloaded child pornography from the Internet to his computer between January 2012 and August 2012.  Bushard has a previous conviction for possession of materials involving the sexual exploitation of minors.  U.S. District Judge Daniel Hovland says Bushard must serve 10 years of supervised release when he gets out of prison.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A spill of about 10 barrels of a petroleum product has been reported near Charlson, in northwestern McKenzie County.  The state Health Department on Friday said about 10 gallons of oil or natural gas condensate reached Sand Creek, which is a tributary to Lake Sakakawea.
     North Dakota Water Quality Director Karl Rockeman says the spill was reported Thursday. He says the source of the spill appears to be from an underground oil or natural gas pipeline.  Rockeman says booms and absorbents are in place on Sand Creek to keep the fluid away from the lake, which about 13 miles downstream.  Rockeman says there are several pipelines in the area. He says it is unclear who is responsible.  Rockeman says crews from Tesoro Corp. and Hess Corp. are doing the cleanup.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota's ban on gay marriage is awaiting an almost inevitable legal challenge. Now leaders in the conservative state must decide whether to spend some of its vast oil riches on a court fight - a step they already took to defend restrictions on abortion.
     Six same-sex couples sued South Dakota this week over that state's ban. That left North Dakota as the only state not currently facing a lawsuit against its prohibition on gay weddings. Advocates for overturning the ban say it's a question of when, not if, one is filed.
     And, considering the riches of the state's oil boon, North Dakota could be ready for the battle.  A former legislator who pushed for the ban says he's confident the state would appeal.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The state Game and Fish Department during Memorial Day week is relaxing camping restrictions on some wildlife management areas in western North Dakota and along Lake Sakakawea.
     The restrictions the past couple of years are a response to the oil boom in the region and are aimed at ensuring the areas are available for hunters and anglers. Rules are posted at entry points.
     Game and Fish is lifting the Tuesday-Wednesday camping restriction on many wildlife management areas this week. The same waiver will apply during the Fourth of July and Labor Day holiday weeks.  All other public use regulations for state wildlife management areas still apply.
     A list of the sites with waivers and those where camping is still prohibited every day of the week can be found at .


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota drivers are paying much less for gasoline than they were at this time last year. The auto club says the price is down 67 cents from last May, when the price soared well above $4 a gallon in Fargo, Bismarck and Grand Forks.

     DETROIT (AP) - People in North Dakota who are grilling this weekend may want to take note of a ground beef recall. A Michigan company called Wolverine Packing is recalling 1.8 million pounds of beef because it could be contaminated with E. coli. The meat may have been shipped to stores in North Dakota and nine other states. A few people have gotten sick.


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


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