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Topic - Ryan Bowman
The eastbound lanes of Interstate 94 in southwestern North Dakota were closed to traffic for several hours early Monday after a semitrailer crash.
The head of the Australian distributor of "Girls Gone Wild" is accused in a fatal hit-and-run crash in Southern California.
The founder of a company that bought the Australian franchise for "Girls Gone Wild" was in jail Friday, accused in the hit-and-run death of a woman who was leaving a concert.
"We will probably have a camera on board," he said.
In 2007, shortly after buying the Australian franchise rights to "Girls Gone Wild," Bowman announced plans to sponsor a cruise for high school graduates, who would be plied with alcohol and filmed.