Dakota Access Pipeline

Civil trial set for DAPL security firm TigerSwan, LLC


Tribal request for Dakota Access spill response plan granted


Petition delivered to Morton County state's attorney to drop charges against DAPL protesters


Tribes make renewed push for pipeline protections


Woman injured in pipeline protest still being investigated


Names released of first 2 people sent to jail for participation in DAPL protest


Smithsonian museum to exhibit post from pipeline protest


Dakota Access donates $140,000 to first responders in N.D.


North Dakota landowners' lawsuit against pipeline dismissed


Judge allows Dakota Access pipeline to keep running


Complaints made against N.D. judges in DAPL protester case


Dakota Access LLC donates $15 million to help reimburse DAPL protest costs


Dakota Access pipeline settlement reaction


N.D. PSC unanimously approves agreement with Dakota Access LLC


Change of venue granted for DAPL protester accused of firing a gun


DAPL owners offer counterproposal to N.D. PSC to resolve allegations


Morton County officials did not violate open records law for DAPL incident


Company behind DAPL sues Greenpeace, other environmental groups


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