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Black Friday deals: are they really worth it

Black Friday deals: are they really worth it

ST.CLOUD, Minnesota – As Thanksgiving approaches, many people are not only thinking about the turkey they’ll be eating this Thursday, but also the Black Friday deals that await as Thanksgiving Day comes to a close. Black Friday is touted as one of the best shopping days of the year – as far as sales are concerned. Many look forward to […]

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MOA Stabber Has History of Mental Illness

Authorities say that the man who stabbed two people at the Mall of America has a background of mental illness. 20-year-old Mahad Abdiraham is being charged with two counts of assault. Abdiraham was also charged stabbing two staff members last year at an in-patient psychiatric unit. Abdiraham was acquitted due to mental illness.

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Preparations for St. Mary’s concert taking place

Preparations for St. Mary’s concert taking place

ST. CLOUD, Minnesota – For the past two and a half months, choir students at St. Cloud State have been preparing for their St. Mary’s choir concert. The concert will take place at St. Mary’s Church in St. Cloud at 2 pm on Nov. 12th. The concert features the different choir groups, including: men’s choir, women’s choir, chamber ensemble, and […]

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Minnesota Cold Weather

Minnesota Cold Weather

Minnesota Cold Weather ST. CLOUD, Minn, Summer is long gone, and in its place comes Jack Frost’s cold winter bite sooner than we’d like. Many people have become complacent with the ever dropping temperatures in Minnesota, but these freezing temps can present a whole variety of dangers. Serious Dangers Include: Frostbite hypothermia Higher risk of sinus infections Carbon monoxide poisoning […]

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Healthy for the Holidays

The holidays are upon us and that means great food, in great amounts. Make sure this holiday season that you are using portion sizes when indulging in those holiday meals. Make sure you aren’t skipping meals to save all your holiday calories for the big dinner. Eat three meals like normal and pace yourself at dinner. When going holiday shopping, […]

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The Wait Continues for Minneapolis Mayor

Minneapolis voters are anxiously awaiting the decision on the new mayor for the city. Jacob Frey leads Tom Hoch and Betsy Hodges by a few points in the first count on Tuesday night. The crowded race is filing throw its ranked-choice voting system and is beginning the procedure of re-aligning the second and third choice preferences from the candidates that […]

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Deer harvest predicted to exceed last year

The deer season has begun with a bang. 70,724 deer were registered in the first two days of the season, according to the Department of Natural Resources. The DNR reports that 57 percent of the nearly 71,000 deer taken last weekend were bucks. 67 percent of deer taken opening weekend last year were bucks. Although the opening weekend haul is about the […]

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The New Reality of Terror Attacks

The man who committed the attack in New York City that killed eight and injured a dozen others, used a truck in the same fashion ISIS has called for.    Using trucks to commit acts of terror has been a signature of the extremist group, which has been shown around the globe. London, Paris, and New York have all seen the effectiveness of this type […]

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Minneapolis Police to Combat Sex Trafficking during Superbowl

Minneapolis Police to Combat Sex Trafficking during Superbowl

MINNEAPOLIS, MN- City leaders are looking to combat sex trafficking before super bowl season starts. Plans on how to crack down sex trafficking are being presented Wednesday morning at the City council by Minneapolis police, city and county official groups, and non profit groups. Authorities said the online sex trafficking market is a problem in Minnesota and many victims are […]

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Free half-bridge

The replacement of a 57 year-old bridge that crosses international borders is leaving Minnesota and Canada with half a bridge each. The Minnesota Department of Transportation is giving away their half of the bridge that spans the Rainy River between Baudette and Canada. As the Star Tribune reports, the free half-bridge has a catch. Anyone who wants it will have […]

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