Dakota Access Pipeline protesters refuse to leave as snowstorm hits
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 () Anyone delivering supplies to Dakota Access oil pipeline protesters in North Dakota could face fines, the local sheriff's office warns. Thousands of demonstrators are hunkered down in the middle of a winter storm, ignoring the governor's mandatory evacuation order. Michelle Miller reports from one the camps near Cannon Ball.
North Dakota emergency management officials say they are prepared to help Dakota Access pipeline protesters who may need help during a brutal storm. News24 - WorldAlso reported by •Huffington Post •CBS News •nola.com •Seattle Times
CANNON BALL, N.D., Dec 3 - In North Dakota, winter is most definitely coming.
That does not deter Dakota Access Pipeline protesters, many of whom say they... Huffington Post - PoliticsAlso reported by •nola.com •Seattle Times •Patch