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A worker witnessed the woman drive through a barricade into the concrete on Seventh Street Northeast in Rochester.
The Forum went on a ridealong with the North Dakota Highway Patrol to learn about the enhanced enforcement effort.
The Dickinson Police Department, Dickinson Fire Department and Stark County Emergency Services highlight the do’s and don’ts as the city remains in a “Snow Emergency” following near record breaking snowfall. Highlights include concerns with carbon monoxide, egress windows, etc.
Stark County Sheriff Corey Lee said his office has received four reports of residents' drinks being laced with Rohypnol by unknown individuals at local bars and urges residents to not leave drinks unattended.

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More than six years ago, Dickinson native Shayna Monson suffered a traumatic brain injury after being hit by a drunk driver. This year Shayna is working with the State of North Dakota on its Vision Zero campaign to stress the importance of safe driving.
An unsolved case turns cold on the Western Edge of North Dakota, but police never give up in trying to solve it. Nearly 10 years after a pair of gruesome murders caught Dickinson by surprise, police solve the case with a confession a decade in the making.
Anyone with information should call 612-348-2345 or call 911.
Last week, a group of third graders from Killdeer Public School, who are enrolled in the AAA School Safety Patrol program, shopped with deputies from the Dunn County Sheriff's Office to help provide gifts to 30 children who are less fortunate.
Kimberly Potter, who was a police officer in the city of Brooklyn Center just north of Minneapolis, has pleaded not guilty to first- and second-degree manslaughter charges. Her lawyers have said Potter, 49, mistakenly used her handgun instead of her stun gun in the death of Wright, a 20-year-old shot during a traffic stop.
Kimberly Potter, who was a police officer in the city of Brooklyn Center just north of Minneapolis, has pleaded not guilty to first- and second-degree manslaughter charges. Her lawyers have said Potter, 49, mistakenly used her handgun instead of her stun gun in the death of Wright, a 20-year-old shot during a traffic stop.

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After a potential juror in the Kimberly Potter trial was struck after she said she did not understand English well enough to follow the case, some observers wondered why the court didn’t offer interpreters for jurors. Worse, some wondered if language was being used as a proxy for race.
Kimberly Potter, who was a police officer in the city of Brooklyn Center just north of Minneapolis, has pleaded not guilty to first- and second-degree manslaughter charges. Her lawyers have said Potter, 49, mistakenly used her handgun instead of her stun gun in the death of Wright, a 20-year-old shot during a traffic stop.
Kimberly Potter, who was a police officer in the city of Brooklyn Center just north of Minneapolis, has pleaded not guilty to first- and second-degree manslaughter charges. Her lawyers have said Potter, 49, mistakenly used her handgun instead of her stun gun in the death of Wright, a 20-year-old shot during a traffic stop.

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