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    MINOT, ND - Minot police are investigating an early morning stabbing. Officers received a 911 call around 1 am of a reported stabbing at a residence in southeast Minot. Police found a 25-year old female victim and initiated CPR. A man was taken into custody on scene and identified as 27-year old Bradley Morales. The victim is currently listed in critical condition.

    Morales was transported to Ward County Jail and charged with Attempted Murder (A-Felony), Possession of Schedule I Controlled Substance (Ecstasy), and Possession of Marijuana.


     MANDAN, N.D. (AP) - A 19-year-old Bismarck man is dead after a two-vehicle crash in Morton County. The Highway Patrol says the man was driving a car that collided head-on with a pickup truck on state Highway 25 about 10 miles northwest of Mandan. The crash happened about 6:15 a.m. Tuesday. The Bismarck man was dead at the scene. He wasn't immediately identified. The 39-year-old Center man driving the pickup was taken to a Bismarck hospital with unspecified injuries.


     MINOT, N.D. (AP) - A woman accused of helping her husband plan and cover up the killing of his ex-wife in Minot has pleaded not guilty. Twenty-six-year-old Cynthia Wilder is charged with conspiracy to commit murder in the 2015 stabbing death of Angila Wilder. She's also accused of helping her husband, Richie Wilder, in his attempted escape from the Ward County Jail in August 2016.
     Richie Wilder was sentenced last December to life in prison for the slaying of his ex-wife. He's appealing his conviction. Cynthia Wilder also could face life in prison if convicted. She remains jailed on $1 million bond. Her trial wasn't immediately scheduled.

    BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota health officials say a child contracted a flu virus after coming into contact with a pig at the State Fair in Minot last month, the first such confirmed case in a state resident. The Health Department says the child was hospitalized but has since been released and is recovering. A second case associated with the fair has been identified in an out-of-state resident.
     The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports 418 people nationwide have contracted the flu from pigs since 2005.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Bismarck police are looking for the driver of a vehicle that crashed into a house while traveling an estimated 90 mph on a city street.
     The Bismarck Tribune reports that the crash happened about 3 a.m. Sunday. The car crashed through an unoccupied bedroom and two bathrooms, coming to rest on its roof in the yard. A witness told police the car had become airborne after hitting a curb and then rolled, with four people crawling out and fleeing after it came to a stop. Police later tracked down two of the passengers, one of whom was taken to a hospital with rib pain. The incident is still under investigation, and no charges were immediately filed.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Natural gas flaring at the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation in western North Dakota has increased for the third consecutive month, raising concerns with state officials.
     Lynn Helms is the director of the state Department of Mineral Resources. Helms tells The Bismarck Tribune  that the capture of natural gas at well sites statewide was at 91 percent, but he says it was only at 79 percent on trust lands, and 81 percent on fee lands.
     Restrictions on statewide flaring will go into effect Nov. 1. The current rate of flaring would be nearing the maximum limit.
     Three Affiliated Tribes Chairman Mark Fox says the tribe has attempted to end flaring on its lands with policies. He says tribal law gives companies a year to flare, to provide time to connect to a pipeline.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Bismarck police say a 10-year-old girl stole a car from the YMCA and took it for a joyride with her friends. Authorities say the girl took the keys from a cubby at the gym Monday evening and went for a drive, picking up three friends along the way before eventually hitting a curb and flattening a tire. The girl was cited for theft of a motor vehicle and released to her parents. The passengers weren't cited.


    MINOT, ND - The mandatory water ration order for the City of Minot has been lifted effective immediately. Public Information Director Derek Hackkett says repairs to the main, 12-million gallon basin are complete and is now running at full capacity.

    "We want to thank the residents for abiding by the ration while we made necessary repairs." says City of Minot Public Works Director, Dan Jonasson. "The immediate reduction in water usage allowed us to switch to our secondary basin and not interrupt water service."

    While the mandatory ration has been lifted, the voluntary ration imposed in June will remain in effect. The voluntary ration asks residents to limit outdoor water usage to a staggered schedule:

• Even number address - Monday, Wednesday, Friday
• Odd number address - Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
• All households - Sunday

    The voluntary ration will remain in effect until further notice.


     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - The superintendent of a rural Cass County school district is accused of driving under the influence. KFGO radio reports that 42-year-old Cory Steiner, of Arthur, was arrested near Mapleton over the weekend. He also was cited for speeding. Steiner referred questions about his arrest to his attorney, who declined comment. School Board President Susie Carlson says the group has full confidence in Steiner. The board plans to discuss the matter at its regular meeting Wednesday night.


   (Copyright 2017 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)


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