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Source: Canada to Phase Out Tanker Cars Involved in Accidents
April 23

TORONTO (AP) - Canada says it will require a three-year phase out of the type of tank cars involved in the Quebec train derailment last summer that killed 47.

Last July, a runaway oil train ...(more)

Motorcyclist Survives Rollover
April 23

DEVILS LAKE - A 22-year-old Devils Lake man suffered minor injuries in a single-vehicle accident on Sunday.

The North Dakota Highway Patrol says Levi Bartram was traveling south on State Highwa...(more)

Former University Student Convicted of Terrorizing
April 23

JAMESTOWN - It took a jury of five men and seven women four hours to convict a former University of Jamestown student of terrorizing.

Robert Flores, 19, of Southgate, California, was convicte...(more)

Body Recovered in Valley City
April 22

VALLEY CITY, N.D. (AP) Rescue crews searching the Sheyenne River have found the body of a Valley City State University student who disappeared while rafting with two friends.

Valley City Poli...(more)

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UND Gets First UAS Clearance in the US
Wed, 23 Apr 2014

Federal Aviation Administration Administrator Michael Huerta has granted Grand Forks the first authorization in the US to allow a test site to begin flying unmanned aircraft. The announcement came following a tour of the UAS educational facilities at the University of North Dakota. Huerta tells RRFN agriculture is one of the more promising areas for unmanned aerial systems. “These aircraft hold great potential for things like surveys and crop dusting, but there are a lot of questions we need to answer. There’s a lot of research we need to do to make sure that as we integrate unmanned aircraft into these uses, that it’s done safely.”
Ready to Start UAS Testing
Wed, 23 Apr 2014

The head of North Dakota’s UAS authority, Bob Becklund, tells RRFN the Northern Plains Unmanned Air Systems Authority is ready to begin testing. Its first missions will be early next month, monitoring crop conditions and soil quality at the Carrington Research Extension Center. Northland Community and Technical College was approved last week for a certificate of authorization to fly drones in Roseau County.
Canadian Pacific Up in 1Q
Wed, 23 Apr 2014

Canadian Pacific Railway reports first quarter profits of $254 million, a 17 percent increase from the previous year. The results are the best first quarter profits ever for CP. Revenues were up one percent while operating expenses declined four percent.
CME Changing Daily Limits
Wed, 23 Apr 2014

The CME Group plans to change the way it sets one-day price limits in corn, soybean and wheat futures trading and to remove price limits for all grain and oilseed options. The new variable limits, which will apply to all grain, soybean and soybean-related contracts on the Chicago Board of Trade, will be based on market prices and will be changed twice a year-on May 1 and November 1. For corn, the new daily price limit will drop to 35 cents, from 40 cents currently. The soybean limit rises to $1.00 from 70 cents, and the Chicago wheat daily price limit will drop from 60 cents to 45 cents per bushel.
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