We see that you have javascript disabled. Please enable javascript and refresh the page to continue reading local news. If you feel you have received this message in error, please contact the customer support team at 1-833-248-7801.

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE

Latest Headlines
Activists and tribal leaders hope the totem pole calls President Joe Biden's attention to protect culturally significant sites across the country that are threatened by climate change and the fossil fuel industry.
In a much-anticipated federal court hearing on Friday, April 9, attorneys from the Department of Justice and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said they have not made up their minds on what to do about the embattled North Dakota pipeline, likely leaving its fate in the hands of a federal judge.
The original $3.8 billion pipeline project, which crosses under the Missouri River near the tribe's reservation, prompted protests from tribal members and climate activists in 2016 and 2017.
BISMARCK--A potential expansion of the Dakota Access Pipeline took a step forward Friday, Oct. 19. Energy Transfer Partners announced it is seeking commitments from shippers to transport more Bakken crude to the Gulf Coast. The proposed expansion...
WILLISTON, N.D.--A 27-year-old man has been accused of causing more than $30,000 in damage to a facility owned by the company that owns the Dakota Access Pipeline.
BISMARCK--The CEO of Energy Transfer Partners said Monday, Aug. 13, he hopes to announce an expansion of the Dakota Access Pipeline soon. Kelcy Warren, CEO of the company that developed the $3.8 billion pipeline, participated in a roundtable disc...

ADVERTISEMENT

BISMARCK -- Attorneys for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said this week the agency will need more time to review information from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and the developer of the Dakota Access Pipeline before completing an environmental s...
BISMARCK--Energy Transfer Partners filed an amended complaint Monday, Aug. 6, in its lawsuit seeking as much as $1 billion in damages from Greenpeace and other organizations that opposed the Dakota Access Pipeline.
BISMARCK--Aaron Dorn just wants his truck back. He was arrested during a Thanksgiving Day protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline in 2016 in Mandan and charged with felony reckless endangerment, among other offenses. A state trooper alleged Dorn tr...

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT