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As the April 17th tax-filing deadline nears, many taxpayers may rush to finish their tax returns or find that extra time is needed to get them done....

    WASHINGTON - As the April 17th tax-filing deadline nears, many taxpayers may rush to finish their tax returns or find that extra time is needed to get them done. The IRS recommends that taxpayers request a filing extension if they need one.

    Tax preparers say mistakes can happen when hurrying to file a tax return by the due date, which can mean longer processing times and possible tax refund delays. Officials say electronic filing is the best way to avoid common mistakes; it is also the most accurate way to file a tax return. The IRS estimates that about 70 percent of taxpayers can file their tax return at no charge by using IRS Free File software.


    MINOT, ND - Organizers of the Norsk Hostfest are searching for a another main stage act following word today that Huey Lewis & The News are cancelling the remainder of the tour dates in 2018. Lewis posted a message on his website today stating that he has developed hear problems which makes it difficult to sing. Lewis says doctors believe he has Meniere's disease and have agreed that he can't perform until he improves.

    Huey Lewis & The News were scheduled to perform at Hostfest on September 28th. Hostfest is scheduled for September 26th - 29th at the State Fair Center in Minot. Tickets go on sale May 17th.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A Burleigh County sheriff's deputy is accused of stealing methamphetamine and cell phones from the Metro Area Task Force. A judge has set bond at $2,500 cash for 31-year-old Kerry Komrosky, who is charged with three felonies and a misdemeanor. The Bismarck Tribune reports Komrosky has resigned from the department.

     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - A man sentenced to death for killing a University of North Dakota student told federal prosecutors that he would plead guilty to avoid the death penalty and spare his and his victim's families the pain of a trial. KFGO obtained the previously undisclosed letter in Alfonso Rodriguez Jr.'s case from federal court files this week. The 2006 offer was rejected and Rodriguez was later convicted in Dru Sjodin's death. His appeal of his death penalty is still winding through courts.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Deadly bacterial pneumonia among bighorn sheep in the North Dakota Badlands spread to three previously unaffected herds last year. That resulted in the smallest estimated population in more than a decade - 265 animals. The Game and Fish Department is still confident this year's fall hunting season will be held, though possibly with fewer licenses. A decision will be made in September, after a summer survey of the sheep population.



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