No construction activity.  Reports that windows were broken out of one of the company's bulldozers at the pipeline site. In addition, one of their generators and a light stand was also vandalized.Traffic moving slowly past the protest site in both directions. 150 to 200 protesters at the protest site now. Vehicles parked on shoulders of ND HWY 1806 for 2-miles south of the protest site. U.S. District Judge Daniel Hovland ordered a temporary restraining order against protesters for unlawfully interfering with Dakota Access, LLC and its representatives from construction at the site. There will be a preliminary injunction hearing on August 25 at North Dakota District Court in Bismarck.