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BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Police are searching for a handgun reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle in downtown Bismarck...

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Police are searching for a handgun reported stolen from an unlocked vehicle in downtown Bismarck.  The 9 mm pistol was stolen sometime last week.  The owner of the gun says the vehicle was unlocked because it had been broken into before.  Police say the gun is valued at $500.


BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota has become the sixth state to have residents join a lawsuit against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers over Missouri River flood damage.  Flooding in previous years - particularly 2011 - prompted a March lawsuit by more than 200 landowners in South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and Missouri.
     Plaintiff's attorney Eddie Smith says some people in North Dakota have now joined the lawsuit, and many more are expected after informational meetings in Bismarck this week.  Rural Mandan homeowner Judy Masset says the lawsuit isn't just about being compensated for damage but also about getting the corps to make flood control a priority.  The federal government has said the corps shouldn't be blamed for major flooding on the river because the management system doesn't guarantee a flood-free zone.


FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Federal prosecutors are seeking mineral rights and money from a North Dakota man questioned in an alleged murder-for-hire scheme in Spokane, Washington.  James Henrikson is the center of an investigation that involves alleged fraud in the North Dakota oil patch. Authorities say Henrikson did business with Doug Carlile, whom investigators believe was ordered killed in a dispute over oil country transactions.
     Henrikson has denied involvement in Carlile's death. He is jailed on illegal weapons charges.  The civil complaint filed this week demands that Henrikson and his wife, Sarah Creveling, turn over two allotments of 320 acres each in the oil patch and $640,000 from an investment and loan.  Court documents don't list lawyers for Henrikson or Creveling, and no home listings could be found for either.


BISMARCK, N.D. - North Dakota National Guard Soldiers are responding to a request for resources from Washington due to the overwhelming wildfires in the state and west coast region.

Two pilots, two crew chiefs and a UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter from the N.D. Army National Guard's 1-112th Aviation Battalion will respond to the affected area within 48 hours. The Soldiers will remain in Washington to provide support for approximately 20 days, or until released.

The State of Washington sent a request for additional resources to fight wildfires through the Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC) after their own state resources were exhausted. A number of other states are responding to the EMAC request as well.


The Minot Police Department Crime Prevention Unit has received several reports of a male individual frequenting parking lots and asking people for money to help with travel costs.  It appears his actions are scandalous and it is recommended to avoid any contact with this individual.  He is described as being in his mid-20's, medium build, approximately 5'10", with a ruddy complexion. He often gives his name and address in attempt to gain trust with the individuals he targets.

The Crime Prevention Unit reminds citizens to be suspicious of scam activity and to realize kind acts of giving may jeopardize your safety.

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