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The agreement involved no financial transaction between UND and the LLC and “is believed to be in the best interests of all concerned,” the release said.
North Dakota legislators have been studying ways to close gaps in mental health services, including a new state hospital integrated with better local treatment options
Shannon Brandt has been charged with murder and failure to immediately report the death of 18-year-old Cayler Ellingson. The North Dakota Highway Patrol alleged Brandt struck the teen with a vehicle after a street dance in McHenry over a political argument.
Investigators said they found no immediate threat to public safety after a photo warned students against attending school.

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Investigators found that Google was recording the movements of customers even when users explicitly asked not to be tracked. The "deceptive" practice amounted to a consumer protection issue, Attorney General Drew Wrigley said.
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'Clinker' found on the engine block of Michele 'Shelly' Julson's abandoned car in 1994 may be linked to an early sighting in rural Burleigh County, North Dakota, the Dakota Spotlight true crime podcast reports.
Solicitor General Matthew Sagsveen told the North Dakota Supreme Court that Burleigh County District Judge Bruce Romanick "misconstrued the law" in blocking the abortion ban.
A Watford City native, Nathan Svihovec will start his new job on Thursday, replacing interim commissioner Kathy Kulesa. Kulesa will remain as the department's human rights director.
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Grand Forks leaders expressed confusion and frustration over the Republican senators’ decision to oppose the project before the conclusion of a review by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States.
Rynn Willgohs and Zara Crystal, both transgender women who live in Fargo, are working to set up TRANSport, a nonprofit group that Willgohs envisioned to help other trans people in the U.S. emigrate to more hospitable countries.

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The Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the incident.
Damian Lozano-Johnson, 18, a student at Fargo North High School, received a new heart on Oct. 13 at a Chicago hospital, where he developed paralysis afterward.
Both men will appear in court for detention hearings on Monday, Nov. 28.

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