Category: News

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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No Drugs, Just Soap

No Drugs, Just Soap

What police thought was a plane and simple drug bust, turned out to be something very different. International airport officers arrested three men of drug trafficking charges on October 5th, 2018. 43-year-old Tarvares Hargrave,40-year-old Jason Anderson, and 43-year-old Luz Ortega were arrested on suspicion of selling and purchasing 3 pounds of cocaine at Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Police soon had to […]

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Duluth Infant’s Death is Investigated as Homicide

Duluth Infant’s Death is Investigated as Homicide

(DULUTH, MINNESOTA)UTVS-The death of a Duluth infant is being investigated by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner as a homicide. Jamal Trey Chaterlays-Simpson was only 5 weeks old when he died on August 10th at the Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis. Jamal Trey Chaterlays-Simpson is said to have died from head trauma according to the medical examiner. No one is currently in […]

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What would you do with $1.6 Billion?

“Tonight’s Mega Millions Jackpot is worth a record breaking $1.6 Billion.”   The Mega Millions ticket had millions of Americans dreaming about quitting their jobs this morning, but only one lucky buyer in South Carolina can actually hand in their letter of resignation. For the rest of you back to work, and keep asking yourself the 1.6 billion dollar question, […]

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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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Saint Paul Caves

Saint Paul Caves

(SAINT PAUL, MINN.)UTVS- The St. Paul authorities are reminding people to not enter the caves by the Mississippi River because of how unsafe they are. Two teenagers got caught entering a hole to get to the caves on Friday afternoon. The hole was planned to be closed on Saturday by the city. The St. Paul Assistant Fire Chief, Mike Gaede, […]

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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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Minnesota Schools Awarded Mental Health Grant

Minnesota Schools Awarded Mental Health Grant

The Minnesota Department of Human Services awarded $33 million in grants to health providers to bring mental health services to a majority of Minnesota schools. $11 million will be awarded each year over 3 years in order to offer early identification and services to schools. Services from the program include assessment, care coordination, and trainings. Linked mental health programs are […]

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Kansas Road Rage Incidents in 4 year old being shot.

Kansas Road Rage Incidents in 4 year old being shot.

A road rage incident in Wichita, Kansas has ended in a four year-old boy being shot. The four year-old was one of six children inside a blue SUV. The road rage happened after one of the cars cut off the other, causing the driver of the mustang to start shooting at the SUV. The boy was shot in the stomach […]

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