Author: Katie Emmer

U.S. Woman Traveling Home from Paris fined $500

U.S. Woman Traveling Home from Paris fined $500

(MINNEAPOLIS, MN) UTVS – A woman who was traveling on a Delta flight home from Paris, was fined $500 for an apple. Crystal Tadlock says that she was given the apple onboard the plane during her connecting flight to Minneapolis when she decided to save the fruit for her final destination flight back to Denver. When Tadlock got off her […]

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MN Wild Fans Holding on to Playoff Hopes

(ST. PAUL) UTVS – While the Minnesota Wild stand one game away from elimination from the NHL playoffs, fans prepare for the worst. Isabella Thompson, an avid Wild fan for the last several seasons, explained a sense of “false hope” for a run in the playoffs after the news that Wild standout, Zach Parise will be out for the rest […]

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Wildfires in Oklahoma

Wildfires in Oklahoma

(OKLAHOMA) UTVS – Firefighters in Oklahoma are looking for hope despite being under some of the most critical conditions to battle fires. After reports of a fire that has burned about 440 square miles northwest of Oklahoma City, officials are hoping humidity and milder winds will help their progress. The fires have also spread outside of the state of Oklahoma, making this […]

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Sartell High School, St. Cloud Federal Credit Union Honored

Sartell High School, St. Cloud Federal Credit Union Honored

(ST. CLOUD) UTVS – St. Cloud Federal Credit Union along with Sartell high school are being honored for their contributions to the community. Both were awarded the Simon Hellermann Philanthropy award which was established in 1999 as a tribute to Minnesota credit union philanthropist, Simon Hellermann. The award is given to recognize an outstanding contribution to a community and promotion of credit union philanthropy. […]

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SCSU Participates in Alcohol Awareness Month

(UTVS) ST. CLOUD – As the month of April is Alcohol Awareness Month, St. Cloud State University is finding many ways to participate on campus. The “U Choose” center at St. Cloud State University aims to help students connect with appropriate campus and community resources as well as educate them on responsible behaviors when it comes to the impact of […]

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Firefighters Attacked With Knife

Firefighters Attacked With Knife

(UTVS) Linwood, MN. – An armed arsonist is now behind bars after attacking Linwood firefighters. Authorities responded to a fire inside an RV in Linwood Wednesday night where a man reportedly climbed the roof of the burning home and attacked two of the firefighters with a knife. He was later arrested at the scene. The two victims sustained serious injuries and are currently in medical care.      

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Fatal Police Shooting in Lake Elmo

Fatal Police Shooting in Lake Elmo

(UTVS) – Earlier this morning, deputies responded to an intersection in Lake Elmo where a man was reportedly armed with a weapon and making suicidal threats. Officers attempted to speak to the man and use non-lethal methods to stop him. Later, one deputy fired and shot the man who was later pronounced dead at Regions Hospital in St. Paul. Police Chief […]

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New Safety Tool for SCSU Students

(UTVS) ST. CLOUD – College campuses across the country are always looking for more ways to keep their schools safe. At St. Cloud State University, public safety has released an app for your phone that includes many different features to help students feel more safe and also more connected while on their college campus. Director of St. Cloud State University […]

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Notre Dame Women’s Basketball Claim 2nd National Title

Notre Dame Women’s Basketball Claim 2nd National Title

    (UTVS) St. Cloud – Excited could be an understatement for Notre Dame Women’s Basketball team after the NCAA National Championship game last night. The Fighting Irish claimed one of the biggest comebacks in title game history after rallying from a 15-point deficit in the third quarter and a 5-point deficit with under two minutes left in the game against […]

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News Means of Communication with Law Enforcement

(UTVS) ST. CLOUD – For individuals who are deaf or have a hearing disability, it may be difficult to communicate. That communication may also be even more difficult for the individual when dealing with law enforcement. A recent tool was released by the Minnesota Department of Human Services that will ultimately help with this communication barrier between members of law […]

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