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KHRT ND News - Wednesday - 02/06/19 - Noon Edition

A Minot couple has been arrested on several charges, including child neglect....

    MINOT, ND - A Minot couple has been arrested on several charges, including child neglect.

    Officers say they were sent to Marketplace Foods, 1930 South Broadway, around 5:30 PM on Tuesday for a report of a man and woman who were intoxicated and walking through the store eating food as they shopped. When they got to the front of the store they didn't have money to pay for the items they ate and exited the store.

    Police arrived and say they found them in the parking lot. They were identified as 24 year old Chase R. Rath and 21 year old Savanna D. Knudson, both of Minot.

    During the investigation it was determined that Rath drove a vehicle to the store. A toddler was found in the vehicle and had been left unattended in the vehicle, which was not running, for about 15 minutes in sub-zero temperatures. Rath was placed under arrest for DUI, False Report to an Officer, and Neglect of a Child. Knudson was also arrested for Neglect of a Child. Both were transported to Ward County Jail. A family friend was contacted to take custody of the child.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A South Central District judge has delivered a mixed verdict in what could be the last trial related to the Dakota Access Pipeline protests.
     Katrina Silk was convicted Tuesday of obstructing a government function. But, Judge David Reich acquitted Silk on four other misdemeanor charges stemming from her arrest in a field along the pipeline route in October 2016. Dozens of other people were arrested as well.
     Reich ordered Silk to pay $325 in court fees. The Bismarck Tribune reports trial court administrator Donna Wunderlich says Silk was the last defendant of the active protest cases scheduled for trial.
     Thousands of protesters flocked to the camps just north of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation on the Cannonball River in 2016 and 2017 to protest the $3.8 billion interstate oil pipeline.

     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The company proposing to develop a controversial wind farm in Burleigh County is appealing a decision denying it permits for the project.
     Pure New Energy USA has filed an appeal with the South Central Judicial District Court challenging the Burleigh County Commission's recent decision to deny 30 special use permits. The Bismarck Tribune says the company argues it has "met any and all requirements for issuance" of the permits for the Burleigh-Emmons Wind Farm.
     The county commission last month voted 4-1 to deny the permits in Morton Township as recommended by the county planning and zoning board. The project has elicited a strong response from community members, drawing more than 500 people to a recent four-hour public hearing.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - A tank overflow on an oil pad spilled nearly 450 barrels of produced water and contaminated some agricultural land in Stark County. Produced water is a mixture of saltwater and oil that can contain drilling chemicals. The Health Department says Scout Energy Management on Sunday reported the spill a couple of miles west of Dickinson. State health officials have inspected the site and will continue to monitor remediation.


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