Author: Taylor Sullivan

Federal Agents Search Trump’s Attorney

Federal Agents Search Trump’s Attorney

Federal Agents are searching President Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen. This comes after he came under fire for paying adult film star Stormy Daniels $130,000 to keep her quiet about Trump’s alleged affair with her back in the mid-2000’s. Cohen’s own attorney, Stephen Ryan, says the search was conducted by the U.S. Attorney’s Southern District Court as part of Robert […]

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Anoka Tech Lockdown

Anoka Tech Lockdown

It was a tense afternoon for Anoka Technical College when the school went into lockdown. Anoka Technical College tweeted the all-clear early Thursday afternoon about an hour after the school went into lockdown. Authorities later stated everyone at Anoka Tech is safe and that there was no active shooter. The reason behind the lockdown is still unknown. A technical college […]

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Dayton To Stop Augsburg Professor Deportation

Dayton To Stop Augsburg Professor Deportation

Governor Mark Dayton is requesting federal immigration officials to no deport a college professor back to Kenya. Dayton sent a letter Wednesday to Thomas Homan, acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, asking him to allow Mzenga Wanyama to stay in the United States. Professor Mzenga Wanyama of Augsburg University moved to the United States in 1992. After he […]

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Drug Driving Conviction in Sherburne County

Drug Driving Conviction in Sherburne County

Authorities convicted a man of driving while on drugs, after a crash in Sherburne County last year. 37 year old Juan Garcia-Morales was found guilty of criminal vehicular homicide for the death of 33 year old Mathew Barthel. Barthel was on his way to work in the Monticello school district when he was hit by the vehicle and killed on […]

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Easter Egg Hunt At St. Cloud  Country Club

Easter Egg Hunt At St. Cloud Country Club

Looking for eggs this Easter weekend? If so then you’re in luck! The Saint Cloud is Hosting an Easter Egg Hunt for three different age groups ranging from 1-Year-Olds all the way to 12-Year-Olds. Kids are able to hunt for the eggs on the country club grounds. Find Easter Eggs on the clubhouse grounds and turn them in for a […]

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Tornadoes in Texas

Tornadoes in Texas

Tornadoes hit the ground in East Huntsville, Texas on Wednesday. Homes are damaged and powerlines are down, but despite that authorities say no one was injured. The severe weather continues to pose a threat of dangerous wind gusts, lightning and flooding as the storms move eastward. Flash floods are hitting a large portion of the southeast United State including parts of Tennessee, […]

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Inver Grove Heights Update

Inver Grove Heights Update

Authorities say two teenage boy are being charged in juvenile court with second-degree assault and first-degree riot. The fatal fight broke out between two opposing groups on a party bus in Inver Grove Heights early Saturday. The fighting began as they were getting off the bus in a movie theater parking lot. Gun shots were then fired killing Nineteen-year-old Billy Ray Nobles. […]

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Shawn Medley Meth Overdose

Shawn Medley Meth Overdose

As the investigation involving Shawn Medley continues. The Midwest Medical Examiner’s Office is identifying the cause of his death as a drug overdose. However, the situation surrounding how Medley died is unclear. Anyone who knows has information regarding Medley’s whereabouts from the early morning hours of, Thursday,February 8, 2018, to Sunday, February 11, 2018 is urged to contact the Meeker County […]

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Release Of Documents Relating To Prince

Release Of Documents Relating To Prince

Prosecutors in Carver County are agreeing to release documents relating to Prince’s death. The attorney, John Goetz, representing the family of the late Pop icon says they’re expecting an autopsy report and other records from the police investigation into Prince’s death. The documents will help the family determine whether or not to move forward with a civil law suit. The data […]

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Minnesota Gun Laws

Minnesota Gun Laws

A bill that would create expansive background checks on gun sales is gaining support from G.O.P. Senators Scott Jensen of Chaska and Paul Anderson of Plymouth in the Minnesota legislature about gun policies are crossing party borders. These Republicans backed up several Democrats on Monday on the bill. The siding with legislation which would ensure deeper Background checks and the reporting of lost or […]

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