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BISMARCK, N.D. - Bismarck police say a woman responsible for multiple hit-and-runs Tuesday evening had several children in her vehicle...

BISMARCK, N.D. - Bismarck police say a woman responsible for multiple hit-and-runs Tuesday evening had several children in her vehicle at the time, including a 1-year-old child sitting on her lap.

Police arrested the 22-year-old Bismarck woman on Tuesday night, after they allegedly found her passed out in her 2004 Dodge sport utility vehicle.  The woman damaged a total of 3 vehicles, 2 fences, and one garage before she came to a stop.  Witnesses said the woman had a 1-year-old child in her lap and two other children, ages 2 and 4, unsecured in the vehicle.  When Bismarck police found the woman's parked SUV, she appeared disoriented. The woman was taken into custody. A drug-detecting dog was brought to the vehicle and gave a positive ID, leading police to discover marijuana.  The woman was booked at Burleigh County Detention Center but has not yet been charged.


BISMARCK -- The group charged with crafting a comprehensive energy policy for North Dakota is recommending state lawmakers spend nearly $1 billion on roads and bridges in the next two years and fast-track funding for upgrades in western counties affected by oil and gas development.

The 16-member EmPower North Dakota Commission, which was created in 2007 and is made up of representatives from all of the state's energy sectors, will present its 2014 policy updates and recommendations today to the Legislature's interim Energy Development and Transmission Committee.

The recommendations -- some similar to the panel's 2012 report -- include funding transportation infrastructure to the level identified in a study released in July by the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute.  The study estimated that the state needs to invest $548 million in unpaved roads, $377 million in paved roads and $70 million in bridges during the 2015-17 biennium.


WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) - Police in Wilmington, North Carolina, have arrested two men and charged them with human trafficking and kidnapping in connection with the reported abduction of two North Dakota sisters.  Police department spokeswoman Linda Rawley said 22-year-old Jeremy Dean Moots of Edmond, Oklahoma, and 28-year-old Justin Angermeier of Cameron, Missouri, are each charged with human trafficking, involuntary servitude, second-degree kidnapping and contributing to the delinquency and neglect of a juvenile.
     Rawley said the men were jailed after police found a 15-year-old girl and a 16-year-old girl at a local motel. She said the girls told detectives they were being held against their will and forced to work for a Missouri company. They are now in protective custody.  Both men are jailed under $350,000 bond apiece. It's not known if they have attorneys.

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