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KHRT ND News - Tuesday - 08/13/19 - Noon Edition

Police say a man has been arrested for a stabbing outside a Walmart store in Jamestown....

     JAMESTOWN, N.D. (AP) - Police say a man has been arrested for a stabbing outside a Walmart store in Jamestown. Authorities say the 29-year-old victim was approached by someone he knew in the parking lot Monday about 8:30 p.m. KQDJ reports Assistant Police Chief Justin Blinsky says the suspect grabbed the victim from behind after they exchanged some words and used a knife to cause injuries to the victim's neck and chin area.
 
     Blinsky says the injuries were not life threatening. The 54-year-old suspect drove away and was arrested early today in rural Logan County. He's being held on suspicion of aggravated assault.

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     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The FBI is investigating a data breach affecting about 18,500 current and former Bismarck Public Schools students and nearly 1,100 employees.
 
     Administrators say the exposed data involves a company that provides a universal screening tool to the district. Pearson Clinical Assessment officials say about 13,000 schools and universities were impacted nationwide by a breach that occurred around November 2018. The Bismarck Tribune reports Pearson says the exposed data was isolated to first name, last name, and possibly date of birth and email addresses.
 
     The district's technology director, Tanna Kincaid, says Pearson recently notified school officials of the breach. Kincaid says school district staff will begin individually notifying affected families and students this week.

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    MINOT, ND - The Minot Fire Marshal is investigating a basement fire that occured Monday evening. Minot Fire Department crews were called to 617 14th Street Southeast around 8:30 p.m. Monday for a report of fire. Crews say they battled heavy smoke and found the fire originated in the basement. The home was vacant with the exception of a dog that was found deceased. With the fire extinguished, fire crews ventilated the house and searched for any other signs of fire in the structure.

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     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The Burleigh County Sheriff's Department and the North Dakota Highway Patrol have received federal approval to operate drones over people. The Bismarck Tribune reports the four-year authorization from the Federal Aviation Administration was granted August 5th. The North Dakota Highway Patrol received permission two days later.
 
     The sheriff's department says it can now operate unmanned aircraft systems over urban areas in which people live or gather. Deputy Tom Schroeder says the department launched its drone program about a year ago, but they could only be used in rural areas.
 
     The sheriff's department also can help out fellow law enforcement agencies within the state's borders if there is an incident in which a drone needs to be flown over populated areas.
 
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    MINOT, ND - The City of Minot is once again offering a Ride Transit Free Week which continues through Friday. This week there is no charge to use the City of Minot Transit buses.

    "This will be our fourth annual Ride Transit Free week," said Brian Horinka, Superintendent of Transit for the City of Minot. "It provides an opportunity for our regular riders to use the system free for a week to show our appreciation for them, but it also helps showcase the system for those who may be less familiar with what the City of Minot transit system has to offer."

    During the Ride Transit Free Week, the City buses are running their regular routes and schedules.

 

 

   (Copyright 2019 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

 

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