Hennepin County Sheriff Rick Stanek sent deputies to North Dakota Sunday, at the request of local officials who are dealing with months of protests and dozens of arrests.
The Morton County Sheriff's Department has finished its investigation into the proper licensing of private security guards used on a Dakota Access Pipeline construction site.
Irreconcilable differences have brought law enforcement and Dakota Access Pipeline protesters close to a breaking point.
As protesters prepare for a clash with police along the construction route, they're getting some famous help.
Classes have been canceled or polling has been moved from schools in various districts due to fears of violence during this tense election.
A new protest camp and human barrier threaten to escalate tensions in North Dakota. Sara Berlinger of KFYR reports.
After outscoring their opponents 170-0 to start the season, the Archbishop Murphy Wildcats went five weeks with no one willing to play them.
The quake was just 16 miles from where another quake on Aug. 24 killed almost 300 people and reduced the historic town of Amatrice to rubble.
Recounts and legal challenges can take months to play out, but not in the election of a president: the Constitution sets strict deadlines.