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Police are responding in downtown St. Paul Thursday afternoon after activists launched a rolling demonstration protesting the resumption of work on the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault is renewing a call for Dakota Access oil pipeline opponents to leave a camp in southern North Dakota.
Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault says it's time for Dakota Access oil pipeline opponents to leave a camp along the pipeline route in southern North Dakota.
News about the Dakota Access pipeline and the protests in North Dakota near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation has filled headlines and social media feeds for the past few months.
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A day that began with prayers ended with victory dances Sunday as Native Americans and environmentalists here celebrated the news that President Obama's administration would halt construction of the Dakota Access pipeline.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says it won't grant an easement for the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota.
Thousands of U.S. veterans will descend this weekend on the site in North Dakota where Native Americans have been protesting the construction of a pipeline that would threaten water and their land.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced Monday that it would further delay granting Dakota Access Pipeline its final easement.
Authorities have begun arresting some Dakota Access pipeline protesters at a camp the demonstrators set up on private land in the path of pipeline construction.
The U.S. Army of Engineers said it needs more information before granting the approval of the Dakota Access Pipeline to stay on its planned route.
Pipeline construction has caused months of high-profile protests and controversial clashes with law enforcement near the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek, Anoka County Sheriff James Stuart and Washington County Sheriff William Hutton addressed recent criticism for sending deputies and equipment to the site of the ongoing Dakota Access Pipeline protest.
Hennepin County Sheriff's Office deputies and equipment are leaving the site of the Dakota Access Pipeline protest in North Dakota, according to a state representative.
Nearly 400 people were protesting in downtown Minneapolis Tuesday.
A federal judge on Friday denied an attempt by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to stop construction of the four-state Dakota Access oil pipeline near their North Dakota reservation, saying the tribe hadn't adequately shown the project will destroy "sites of cultural and historical significance."