BISMARCK, N.D. -

An official says North Dakota likely will have to borrow more money to police protests against the Dakota Access oil pipeline now that the costs have exceeded the $10 million in emergency spending authorized by the state.
    
State Emergency Services spokeswoman Cecily Fong says law enforcement costs related to the protests that have been ongoing since August reached $10.9 million last week.
    
She says it's "very likely" that officials will need to request more money from the state's Emergency Commission, which earlier approved borrowing $10 million from the state-owned Bank of North Dakota.
    
The CEO of pipeline developer Energy Transfer Partners says he made a verbal offer to Gov. Jack Dalrymple to reimburse the state. Dalrymple's spokesman says no formal offer has been made.