Category: Local

Parking Lot Shooting

Parking Lot Shooting

A shooting that took place in a grocery store parking lot in Moorhead is still under investigation by authorities. Around 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, a man with a gun approached a vehicle where a few people were sitting. After an altercation occurred between them, the man fired into the vehicle. One juvenile was hit and has been released from the […]

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Meeker County Assault

Meeker County Assault

Around two in the morning on Sunday morning, the Meeker County Sheriff’s Office received a call about an assault that took place in the 400 block of Meeker Avenue North. After authorities attained a search warrant, they were able to retrieve the gun along with some drug-related items. Authorities say Michael Downham of Watkins was engaged in an argument and it […]

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St. Paul Businesses Destroyed

St. Paul Businesses Destroyed

On Saturday night, two St. Paul businesses got destroyed by a fire. Clean Cuts Barber Shop and Avenue Grocery shared a building which caught on fire, and now the two businesses are destroyed as a result. There was also an apartment upstairs which was home to two people but they were not home at the time of the fire. Nobody got injured, […]

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Transgender Author Published His Second Book Under His New Name

Writing a book is no easy task but for one author writing a second book was his way of continuing what he started, but this time as his true self. Nate cannon is a transgender author who is very open about his struggles transitioning from Jennifer to Nate. in his first book, published under his birth name, he talks about […]

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Enrollment drops at SCSU; rises at SCTCC

Enrollment drops at SCSU; rises at SCTCC

St. Cloud State University and St. Cloud Technical and Community College are both facing an enrollment change during their fall 2018 semester and it is a trend that has continued to fluctuate over the years. The enrollment numbers at St. Cloud State University are down from last year once again going from around 14,500 to about 13,500 students. With enrollment […]

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Minnesota Health Insurance Enrollement

Minnesota Health Insurance Enrollement

(ST. PAUL, MINN)UTVS-Minnesota’s health insurance marketplace is now open for enrollment. Starting Thursday, Minnesotan’s are able to compare plans from different companies and are able to estimate out-of-pocket costs. The deadline to enroll for the coverage is December 15th, and the coverage beings January 1st. To enroll for the coverage, log onto the MNsure website before December 15th.

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Safety After Sunset (Halloween)

  October 31st will forever be a day where kids can live in a fantasy world, and adults can be a kid again. But amidst all of the spooky scares and frightening laughs, one word should be at the front of all trick or treaters’ mind. And that is safety. Patrol Sergeant for Public Safety at St. Cloud State University […]

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St. Cloud Burglary and Attempted Sexual Assault

St. Cloud Burglary and Attempted Sexual Assault

St. CLOUD, MINNESOTA- On Monday Morning (October 29th), the St. Cloud Police Department responded to a burglary and attempted sexual assault on 7th Avenue South. A young woman woke up to a half naked man inside of her bedroom, he grabbed the woman by the ankles. She was able to get the attention of her roommates, who pushed the man […]

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Mexican Citizen Pleads Guilty to Faking His Own Kidnapping in an Attempt to Obtain a Visa

Mexican Citizen Pleads Guilty to Faking His Own Kidnapping in an Attempt to Obtain a Visa

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA – United States Attorney, Erica H. MacDonald, announced the guilty plea of a Mexican citizen, Alejandro Mario Cortes, that faked his own kidnapping in efforts to fain an immigration visa. According to Cortes’ guilty plea, he admitted to orchestrating a fraudulent kidnapping that resulted in him ending in St. Paul, Minnesota. Cortes had a co-conspirator, his nephew, […]

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Molitor's Haunted Acres is open on Weekend during the month of October.

21 years of fear at Molitor’s Haunted Acres

Molitor’s Haunted Acres is now in its 21st year of operation and continues to entertain and scare people each weekend throughout the month of October. Now that they are 20-plus-years in the making, the Molitor family and staff are ecstatic to be back for another year of frightening customers and it all started simply because it’s a fun experience. “Growing […]

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