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Bismarck police have identified a woman who died in a two-vehicle crash at a city intersection...

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Bismarck police have identified a woman who died in a two-vehicle crash at a city intersection. Authorities say 65-year-old Agnes Eagle, of Bismarck, was a passenger in one of the vehicles. She died at the scene on Wednesday. The drivers of both vehicles were taken to hospitals with unspecified injuries.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The North Dakota Supreme Court has reversed a district court ruling in a case involving mineral rights taken by the state for construction of a dam that created Lake Sakakawea. The state's high court says the district court must now take into account a new law passed this year by the Legislature that's intended to clarify disputed ownership of minerals under the Missouri River reservoir.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A new state law is keeping confidential the names of nearly 30 people who have applied to lead the North Dakota Department of Trust Lands. The Bismarck Tribune reports the law shields names of applicants for state government jobs from the open records law. But the names of job finalists will be made public. The state's attorney general doesn't like the law. He says the "public is always interested in who applies." The governor supports the law, saying it helps attract talent to state jobs.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum says he's grateful that the company that built the Dakota Access pipeline has given the state $15 million to cover the costs of policing months of sometimes violent protests. Burgum says the state will use the money to pay on a $43 million line of credit it took on during the pipeline struggle.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - "Transformers" actor Josh Duhamel is getting an honorary doctorate degree in his native North Dakota. The University of North Dakota will bestow the honor on Duhamel. He's a Minot native who earned a bachelor's degree in biology from Minot State University in 2005. The state's Board of Higher Education approved the nomination this week.

    Duhamel has appeared in a string of TV shows and movies, including as an action hero in four "Transformers" films. Closer to home, he's been the face of North Dakota in a series of tourism spots.

    Minot State doesn't grant doctorate degrees, so the university couldn't offer a similar honor to Duhamel.



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