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JAMESTOWN, N.D.—Several people in Jamestown say they didn't notice a standoff on Sunday, Oct. 7th, because they slept through it. So did the suspect. Police say 20-year-old Chase Urie from Proctor, Minn. broke his way into a home just after 4:00 a.m. on Sunday. The man who lives there was inside, but family members next door were able to get him out.
FARGO—A petition to legalize recreational marijuana in North Dakota is hitting unexpected roadblocks after US Bank refused to verify their signatures. Vape gear lines the shelves of Darius Endres' growing business. With it, petitions vying for a full legalization of recreational marijuana. With six filled packets, he took them to the US Bank on South University to get them notarized, but was shocked when the banker refused to verify the signatures since the petition was about marijuana.
NORTH DAKOTA—A sea of green began wafting over the United States in 1996 when California legalized medical marijuana. More than 15 states are following suit, that blazed the trail for Colorado to legalize recreational Marijuana in 2012. Now a grassroots campaign of volunteers is working on raising $2 million to take the Peace Garden State to the next level.
WEST FARGO — A West Fargo man says his invention could more than double vehicle gas mileage. A newly built model shows how Ernie Brookins is turning 50 feet of driving with gas into 400 feet of driving without gas. He's already tested the prototype, which he built into his 1980s pickup. According to Brookins, the invention involves the vehicle accelerator building pressure in a tank while the vehicle is driven with the engine turned on. That tank then powers the engine without using any fuel, and the engine turns back on when it needs to recharge.