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The caretaker prime minister," Kim said in a statement released by the official Korean Central News Agency,D. who will be up for re-election next year if she chooses to run againAn affidavit of probable cause filed Friday said Neset and another man were talking in the north parking lot of the Super 8 motel on Second Avenue West when 27-year-old Alex Eggleston of Minot approached the pair and began asking them for alcohol and cigarettes The man told police that he and Neset told Eggleston to leavethem alone that Eggleston left and that Eggleston came back holding a pistol that he pointed at Neset and shot him according to charging documentsEggleston fled police said and the man with Neset called 911 to report the shooting Neset was taken to CHI St Alexius Hospital where he diedPolice recovered five spent shell casings from the scene according to the affidavit of probable cause Eggleston was staying at the Super 8 and after he was arrested police found a box of ammunition in his room that matched the shell casings that were found at the scene according to the charging documents Police also found a box for a pistol in a pickup truck registered in Eggleston’s name charging documents sayThe gun has not been recovered according to Lt Detective Jacob Gregory of the Williston police He said police have been searching for it and asked parents especially those with young children to be vigilant because the gun could have been thrown into a backyardOn Friday morning law enforcement had a section of the parking lot between Quinn’s Bar and Grill and the Super 8 Motel blocked off along with a portion of the street and part of the parking lot by DK’s Lounge and Casino Multiple agencies were involved in the investigation according to the release including including the Bureau of Criminal Investigations Williams County Sheriff’s Office Northwest Task Force and the Williams County SORT team Eggleston has been arrested several times with charges dating back a decade according to court recordsIn September 2007 when he was 17 Eggleston robbed a store in Minot and was charged with robbery and possession of a short-barreled shotgunEggleston pleaded guilty in January 2008 to the robbery charge in Northcentral District Court and the gun charge was dismissed He was sentenced to 10 years in prison with six years suspendedIn April 2016 Eggleston wrote a letter to Judge Richard Hagar who had handled his case asking for the then nearly nine-year-old case to be sealed He told Hagar that he had graduated from Bismarck State College in 2011 and had been working in the computer support field but his conviction made it difficult for him to find work“I have created some employment opportunities for myself by choosing to lie on an application to get employment” Eggleston wrote “I have had little success doing things that way and have been terminated from several jobs for that reason In contrast I have had even less success by being truthful about my criminal past”Shortly after Hagar wrote back telling Eggleston there was no way to seal the caseIn 2014 Eggleston pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance by a driver and was fined $500 He has two open cases in Ward County — a charge of assault on an emergency worker from May 2016 and a theft charge from December 2016 The former has been delayed three times and is now scheduled for trial in October and the latter charge is scheduled to go to trial in AugustNeset’s body was taken to the State Medical Examiner for an autopsy and the investigation into his death is ongoing Nickoloff saidPolice were interviewing Eggleston and the results of that along with the results of search warrants being served by police would be forwarded to the Williams County State’s Attorney’s office to determine chargesEggleston is being held in the Williams County jail A bond hearing has not been scheduledPrior to Friday the most recent shooting death in Williston came in May 2016 when two men were shot in an apartment Lamar Putney was arrested several months later and charged with two counts of murder His trial is scheduled for SeptemberKelly is the editor of the Williston HeraldA previous version of this story didn’t include Alex Eggleston’s first nameSenate Bill 2003 includes more than $610 million in general fund spending for the state’s campuses and university system which is a little more than the higher education appropriation in the 2009-11 funding cycle but amounts to a nearly 32 percent cut from what lawmakers agreed to spend two years ago The bill includes a fraction of the one-time spending that lawmakers authorized for the 2015-17 bienniumLegislators have looked to slash budgets in the face of reduced tax revenue this session but the higher education cuts didn’t sit well with some lawmakers"I’m all about getting rid of the fat . but these are deep impactful cuts that will affect enrollment and will erode all the success and progress we’ve made in recent years" said Rep Alisa Mitskog D-WahpetonThe bill caps tuition increases for resident students at 4 percent for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 academic years The cap doesn’t apply to graduate programs nonresident students or rates determined by reciprocity agreementsThe bill passed the House in a 77-10 vote and is expected to land in a conference committeeInternet sales tax bill signedLarge out-of-state sellers will have to collect and remit sales tax under a bill signed by North Dakota Gov Doug Burgum on MondaySenate Bill 2298 introduced by Sen Dwight Cook R-Mandan was promoted by business groups as a way to balance the scales between brick-and-mortar stores and online retailers The National Conference of State Legislatures estimated North Dakota lost $313 million in uncollected sales tax from remote sellers in fiscal year 2012The bill won’t become effective until the the US Supreme Court confirms a state may impose a sales or use tax on an out-of-state seller or overturns its 1992 decision in Quill v North Dakota In that case the court said North Dakota couldn’t make the mail-order catalog business collect sales tax because the existing system was too complicated but state tax officials have said updated software has removed that burdenPERS changes debatedA conference committee made up of House and Senate lawmakers debated a study provision included in the budget bill for the North Dakota Public Employees Retirement System on FridayHouse Bill 1023 asks for a legislative study of the PERS board’s powers and duties changing the contract bidding process to every two years and the feasibility of implementing a self-funded insurance plan The Senate on Thursday unanimously rejected a bill requiring PERS to establish a self-insurance plan for hospital medical and prescription drug benefits coverageUnder a self-funded plan state insurance premiums would be pooled into a reserve fund to pay claims and administrative expenses according to a news release from the office of House Majority Leader Al Carlson R-Fargo The state’s current plan has been described as a "hybrid" rather than a traditional fully insured setupThe House passed the bill in a 71-19 vote in late March despite concerns it would affect the PERS contract with Sanford Health Plan Carlson had argued it would help the state control rising premiums and provide more flexibility in plan design but he said employees wouldn’t be affectedSenate members of conference committee on House Bill 1023 argued the idea needed more time to be vettedBurgum signs firearm storage billBurgum signed a bill Tuesday creating a new exemption to the ban on firearms at public gatheringsIt’s a Class B misdemeanor to possess a firearm or dangerous weapon at sporting events schools churches and public buildings although there are several exceptions in state lawHouse Bill 1279 says the prohibition doesn’t apply to a person storing a firearm in a building that’s owned or managed by the state or a political subdivision as long as the person lives in the building stores the firearm in their "assigned residential unit" and they’ve received permission from the state governing board or a designeeA previous version of the bill introduced by Rep Ben Koppelman R-West Fargo drew concerns from the North Dakota University System that it would apply to residence hall directors or resident assistants living in university housing But a lawmaker said last month the bill included adequate safeguards and wasn’t aimed at university residencesNDUS spokeswoman Billie Jo Lorius said the State Board of Higher Education created a policy that acknowledges the bill and "indicates that authority to grant permission lies exclusively with SBHE or the institution presidents"The safety and security of our students and employees is our primary concern and we are diligent in any and all considerations of firearms and dangerous weapons on campus" she added The Presidents word needs to be backed by the greatest military power in the world. Goyal told reporters after meeting EC officials that the decision of presiding officers is final. if today, California. including whether it was an illegal campaign contribution and, File image of Rudy Giuliani.

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"- Josh Halliday (@JoshHalliday) February 15," the official said of battles between al Qaeda’s Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and the Free Syrian Army led by Salim Idriss,m. with Joe Klein TIME political columnist and the author of six books including Politics Lost Joe is currently on his annual road trip which has taken him on a Southern swing to North Carolina Georgia Alabama Tennessee Mississippi Louisiana Arkansas and Kentucky where he has been talking politics at town meetings political rallies meet-and-greets and at Lansky Brothers the "Clothier to the King" His other stories can be found here Please submit your questions beforehand on Twitter using the #AskTIME hashtag or in the comments of this post We depend on smart interesting questions from readers You will need to be a TIME subscriber to read the Q & A ($30 a year or 8 cents a day for the magazine and all digital content) Once youre signed up you can log in to the site with a username and password Get TIMEs The Brief e-mail every morning in your inbox Contact us at [email protected] Donald Trump defended Republican Greg Gianforte at a rally in Montana on Thursday after the congressman pleaded guilty to assaulting a reporter last year “Any guy that can do a body slam he’s my kind of guy” Trump said at the campaign rally according to the Associated Press Gianforte pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault after an altercation with Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs Jacobs alleged that Gianforte “body slammed” him in response to a question about healthcare breaking his glasses The confrontation occurred in May 2017 one day before Gianforte won a special election for Montana’s sole seat in the House of Representatives Gianforte initially blamed Jacobs for provoking the attack but he later apologized and promised to donate $50000 to the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) Paul Ryan admonished Gianforte at the time saying the altercation was “wrong and should not have happened” Read more: Greg Gianforte Clash With Reporter Shows Worrying Trend Gianforte is fighting off a challenge from former state legislator Kathleen Williams in November’s midterm election On Thursday Trump praised Gianforte as a “great guy and a tough cookie” Trump added that he predicted the assault would actually help Gianforte’s election bid last year according to The Hill “I know Montana pretty well” Trump said Write to Eli Meixler at [email protected]

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