Category: Entertainment

New Autopsy Report in Prince’s Death Indicates High Levels of Fentanyl

New Autopsy Report in Prince’s Death Indicates High Levels of Fentanyl

Confirming previous claims about the beloved Minnesota pop icon Prince’s death, a toxicology report from his autopsy says he had “exceedingly high” concentrations of fentanyl in his system when he died. Prince’s death in April 2016 was initially called an accidental overdose and now this report obtained by the Associated Press shows just how much he had consumed. In Prince’s […]

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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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Oscars This Weekend.

Jimmy Kimmel will again host the Oscars. The 90th Annual Academy Awards will take place on Sunday, March 4th. Hollywood’s star-filled night looks to honor it’s nominees and winners. “The Shape of Water” will look to win big on the night, as the show hopes to keep the focus on entertainment. Award shows leading up to the Oscars have included […]

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ABC Kinder Olympix This Saturday

ABC Kinder Olympix This Saturday

This Saturday, February 17th, Whitney Recreation Center is hosting the ABC Kinder Olympix. There will be filled with fun activities for children six and under to explore letters and numbers while improving their reading skills and healthy lifestyles. The fun activities for the children will include inflatables, arts and crafts, obstacle course, alphabet games, healthy snacks and much more. It […]

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Valentine’s Day: Behind the Scenes

Valentine’s Day: Behind the Scenes

Valentine’s day is most commonly spent with a loved one, sharing gifts and celebrating romance. This holiday doesn’t come without critics but helps to fuel certain retail and service industries locally in St. Cloud. “Last time it was on a Wednesday we had over 600 deliveries that day, and at least that many pick-ups in the store.” Said Rhoda Paurus, […]

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Adrian Peterson Ordered To Pay Thousands Of Dollars

Adrian Peterson Ordered To Pay Thousands Of Dollars

Former Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson has been ordered to pay around $600,000 from the court after defaulting on a loan from the Crown Bank of Edina. He was sued back in November after failing to pay the balance of a $2.4 million loan he took out in May 2016. Peterson had defaulted on the loan back in October 2016, shortly after injuring his […]

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Politics Take Center Stage at Grammy Awards

Politics Take Center Stage at Grammy Awards

(UTVS) — Music’s biggest night wasn’t all about the music. The 2018 Grammy Awards took place Sunday evening at Madison Square Garden in New York. On the awards side, Bruno Mars won big – sweeping the Album, Song, and Record of the Year categories. The St. Paul Chamber Orchestra also took home an award – winning Best Chamber Musical Performance. […]

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The New Twitter Update

The New Twitter Update

Attention Twitter users, do you find yourself not being able to fit in everything you want to say in a single tweet? Well, there may be a new update to the social media platform for you to look forward to. Twitter is doing a trial run on a small group of users that is allowing them 280 characters per tweet […]

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Minnesota Garden Care

Minnesota Garden Care

Spring is officially here, and Minnesotans are thinking about their gardens. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture urges safe use of pesticides and fertilizers by carefully following label directions. Whether you do it yourself or hire a professional, it is important to remember that it is unlawful to apply products without following label instructions. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture suggests those […]

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Left Without A Fighting Chance

Left Without A Fighting Chance

  ST. CLOUD, Minn;  Grnd Forks is known to be a town that revolves around hockey, but recently a huge announcement left the hockey world stunned. Word broke that the University of North Dakota Women’s Hockey program had been cut from the university. “For the WCHA in general it just is a big hit. They are obviously a great competitor […]

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