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A Minot man accused in a stabbing last week has had charges against him changed....

    MINOT, ND - A Minot man accused in a stabbing last week has had charges against him changed. Minot Police were notified yesterday evening that the victim of the stabbing which occurred in Minot on August 16th has died. The suspect, 27 year old Bradley J. Morales, who was originally charged with attempted murder, has now been charged with murder (AA felony). He is still being held at the Ward County Jail. The victim has been identified as 25 year old Sharmaine Leake of Minot.


     MAKOTI, N.D. (AP) - A two-vehicle crash in Ward County killed one person and injured five more. The Highway Patrol says a car driven by 49-year-old David Whitetail, of White Shield, failed to stop at a stop sign at the intersection of state Highway 23 and a county road about 6:15 p.m. Monday. The car collided with a pickup truck. Whitetail died at the scene about a mile north of Makoti. Three teenage passengers in his car and the two adult occupants of the truck suffered unspecified injuries.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A 50-year-old Mandan man is dead after suffering a medical problem and crashing his pickup truck off Interstate 94. The Highway Patrol says the man's truck left the roadway about 8:45 a.m. Tuesday, went through the median and across the oncoming lanes of traffic. After entering the ditch, the vehicle struck a fence and then a personal watercraft trailer in a parking lot. The man was taken to a Bismarck hospital where he died. He wasn't immediately identified.

     MINOT, N.D. (AP) - The Souris River Joint Board has asked the Federal Emergency Management Agency to review the preliminary flood risk map for Minot. Board members say the failure to consider the operations of Canadian dams in the development of the flood risk map has wrongly placed at least 1,000 structures in the 100-year flood plain.
     FEMA administrator Brock Long tells the Minot Daily News the agency is open to reviewing the map but that it will need guarantees on operational policies to be able to consider water held back by the dams as a mitigating factor in flood risk. The operations of the dams follow a plan that's part of an international agreement overseen by a board with both Canadian and U.S. representatives.


     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - A federal judge has blocked a new North Dakota law meant to protect farm equipment dealers. Four major manufacturers of farm implements have filed a lawsuit challenging the law that permits North Dakota implement dealers to sell generic rather than name-brand replacement parts. They say the law is unconstitutional.
     KFGO radio reports that the order directs state Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem to refrain from enforcing the measure until the issue can be resolved. The complaint was filed by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers and manufacturers Agco, CNH, Deere & Company and Kubota. The companies contend the new law interferes with federal right-to-contract and copyright protection claims.
     A spokeswoman for Stenehjem's office says the attorney general does not comment on ongoing lawsuits.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota's Game and Fish Department is making 3,505 hunting licenses available for the fall turkey season, just five fewer than last year. Hunters must apply online or over the phone. A service fee is added for phone applications. The deadline to apply is Sept. 6.
     Only North Dakota residents can apply in the first license lottery. Nonresidents can apply for fall turkey licenses that are available after the first lottery. The fall wild turkey season runs from Oct. 14 through next Jan. 7. Hunting units 21 in Hettinger and Adams counties and 53 in Divide and Williams counties will remain closed this year because of low turkey numbers.


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