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KHRT ND News - Thursday - 01/10/19 - Noon Edition

Police have identified the man found dead in the parking lot of the Minot public works building earlier this week...

     MINOT, N.D. (AP) - Police have identified the man found dead in the parking lot of the Minot public works building earlier this week. Authorities say 42-year-old Jeffrey Tanberg was a local resident who was found dead Tuesday. An autopsy will be done at the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks to determine what caused Tanberg's death. Police say no foul play is suspected.

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     MINOT, N.D. (AP) - A shortage of forensic examiners in North Dakota has delayed a court hearing for a man accused of possessing child pornography. Both the prosecution and the defense told Judge Gary Lee in Minot Wednesday that there are only two forensic examiners in North Dakota who are able to inspect cellphones for meta data in cases such as Robert Kaufman's.
 
     Minot Daily News reports the 32-year-old Minot man is accused of taking photos of naked children. His attorney, Kyle Craig, told the judge he's seeking information about when and where a photo in question was taken and how it was transmitted. Craig told the judge at a November hearing that the children involved have denied Kaufman took their photos. Lee agreed to delay a hearing to allow more time for the forensic analysis of the phone to be completed.

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     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A North Dakota lawmaker is sponsoring a bill that would require schools to offer classes on the Bible. The American Civil Liberties Union's North Dakota chapter says the measure championed by Republican Sen. Oley Larson is "blatantly unconstitutional" and would likely lead to litigation if approved by the Legislature.
 
     Larson, a former teacher from Minot, tells The Associated Press that a Bible class would count toward students' social studies requirements. Larson says schools would have to offer curriculum that covers the Old Testament, the New Testament or a combination of the two, but he says students would not have to take it. Larson says the aim of his legislation is not religious but is to make students aware of Bible history.
 
     A hearing on the measure has not been scheduled.
 
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     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A tank overflow at a well in Williams County spilled 40 barrels of oil and 260 barrels of byproduct saltwater. Complete Energy Services reported the spill Wednesday at a well about 6 miles southeast of Tioga. The state Oil and Gas Division says the oil and brine were contained on site and all of it has been recovered. A state inspector has been to the site and will monitor any additional cleanup.

 

 

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