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N.D. tribal chairman, suspect in murder-for-hire linked

NEW TOWN, N.D. – A suspected murder-for-hire in Spokane is rippling across a North Dakota Indian reservation. Pressure is building on the Fort Berthold Reservation for tribal leaders to take …


Oil speculator Henrikson stole from investors, feds say

The federal firearms case against a North Dakota oil speculator linked to the death of a South Hill businessman was put on hold Friday, as new details of his alleged …


UPDATED: Fri., Jan. 24, 2014, 1:31 p.m.

Henrikson thought to have defrauded investors

The bail hearing for a convicted felon from North Dakota implicated in plotting the death of South Hill resident Douglas Carlile will appear next week in federal court on firearms …


Prosecutors: Henrikson kept guns, frequented shooting range despite felonies

The North Dakota oil speculator accused of pulling the strings in a murder-for-hire plot to kill a South Hill man kept guns and frequented a nearby shooting range despite multiple …


Henrikson appears in North Dakota federal court

The man accused of ordering the slaying of Doug Carlile at his South Hill home last month appeared in a North Dakota federal court on a firearms charge Tuesday. Investigators …


Spokane’s alleged murder-for-hire case gets FBI involvement

An FBI spokesman and law enforcement officials in North Dakota confirm they are assisting the Spokane Police Department in its investigation of a potential murder-for-hire plot in the death of …


Contract killing suspected in death of South Hill man

Spokane police detectives recovered the possible murder weapon used to kill South Hill businessman Doug Carlile last month and now suspect the crime may have been a contract killing tied …


Man arrested in South Hill fatal shooting

The lawlessness, big money and complex business dealings of the North Dakota oil fields likely prompted the shooting death of a South Hill man in his home last month, according …


Eastern defense comes up big in win over North Dakota

Big plays aren’t just for quarterbacks anymore.


Tiny ND town mobilizes to halt Aryan enclave

LEITH, N.D. — In a tree-fringed grassy lot with a lone picnic bench in the tiny North Dakota farming town of Leith, Craig Cobb sees the perfect venue for a …


North Dakota governor approves 6-week abortion ban

BISMARCK, N.D. — Gov. Jack Dalrymple signed legislation today that that would make North Dakota the nation’s most restrictive state on abortion rights, banning the procedure if a fetal heartbeat …


Bison face Ga. Southern

FARGO, N.D. – North Dakota State’s Travis Beck didn’t hesitate when asked how fellow linebacker Grant Olson could top last week’s record-setting, 29-tackle effort in a playoff victory over Wofford. …


UPDATED: Sat., Oct. 6, 2012, 10:25 p.m.

Eagles overwhelm North Dakota 55-17

Vernon Adams threw for four touchdowns and Demitrius Bronson rushed for 118 yards and a score as Eastern Washington defeated North Dakota 55-17 on Saturday night.


North Dakota’s Hardin: small target, big results

North Dakota, you’re not in the Big West Conference anymore.


Dakota’s neck-deep in geese

Hunters in North Dakota took to the field in pursuit of Canada geese Aug. 15 for an early season that ended Sept. 15 – and a clear mandate to thin …


Oil jobs plentiful, but do your research first

After four layoffs in three years, Dan Serna was looking for steady work. His wife encouraged him to become a truck driver and put that skill to use in North …


North Dakota oil boom provides hope and prosperity

Kevin McLeod packed up his ’93 Dodge Ram and kissed his wife and 5-year-old son goodbye. From Coeur d’Alene, the 33-year-old construction worker headed east on Interstate 90, across the …


Oil industry man camps offer no-stress living

WILLISTON, N.D. – What do you do if you’re an oil field worker in North Dakota who needs a place to sleep, shower and eat? For nearly 10,000 workers, the …


North Dakota oil boom offers families secure future

WILLISTON, N.D. – When the oil boom hit North Dakota, Randy Ramsey traded his professional attire for coveralls and a blue-collar job. He hasn’t regretted the switch.