Category: Top Stories

SCSU 9/11 ceremony

  On the 18th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that killed thousands of innocent people, members of the St. Cloud community gathered to commemorate the holiday. Military, first responders, fire and police responders were all in attendance as they held a flag raising ceremony in front of the SCSU administration building. Fire department captain Glen Koshiol told me that he […]

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Prince’s final album will be released this June.  Minnesota native Prince wrote several songs for other artists throughout his illustrious career, Prince also created an album of his renditions of these songs.  This album will feature 15 “Originals” including “Nothing Compares 2 U,” the number 1 hit for Sinéad O’Connor; “The Glamorous Life,” Sheila E.’s signature song and Top 10 […]

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Twitter heats up in wake of Mueller report

Twitter heats up in wake of Mueller report

After the release of Robert Mueller’s investigation report Trump took to twitter to celebrate the victory.  Other supports came to his defense as well claiming the investigation to be nothing but a witch hunt.  Members of the Democratic party have been firing back though.  Corey Booker tweeted ” The American people deserve the truth. Not spin from a Trump appointee. […]

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NCHC Frozen Faceoff Semi-Finals

NCHC Frozen Faceoff Semi-Finals

The final series of the first-round of the NCHC postseason concluded Monday. Colorado College upset Western Michigan in Game Three of their first-round series with a final score of 3-2. What does that mean for the Saint Cloud State Huskies? The semifinals for the Frozen Faceoff at the Xcel Enegry Center in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The Huskies are set to […]

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Minnesota Whitecaps Win NWHL Championship

Minnesota Whitecaps Win NWHL Championship

A historic moment in the world of women’s professional hockey. The Isobel cup was up for grabs for the first time on Sunday afternoon. Five former huskies helped the Minnesota Whitecaps host the Buffalo Beauts, both in pursuit to win the first NWHL Championship. After a full 60 minutes, the third period came to a close with a deadlock tie […]

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Saint Cloud Robbery Update

Saint Cloud Robbery Update

The man that robbed the Wells Fargo in Saint Cloud has been identified. After receiving tips from the public in addition to the investigation, the suspect has been identified as Khalid Hassan Mohamud of Utah. Mohamud was arrested while he was at the Minneapolis/Saint Paul International Airport nearly two weeks ago on previous charges he was facing from Utah. In […]

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St. Paul Shooting

St. Paul Shooting

Police in St. Paul have identified a man who was fatally shot in the city’s Frogtown neighborhood. Police identify the victim as 21-year-old Mark Franklin Jr. Franklin died of a gunshot wound at Regions Hospital on Friday. Police responded to a 911 call early Friday about shots fired inside a home. Police say people in the house reported being there […]

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St. Cloud’s Central Cafe to close in March

St. Cloud’s Central Cafe to close in March

After a battle with Time Warner and then a decline in business, Central Cafe in downtown St. Cloud announced that they will be closing their store at the end of March. Owners Odessa and Alan Scherr have been trying to sell their coffee shop since the spring of 2018, but since they have not had any takers, they decided closing […]

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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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Immigration Series

ST. CLOUD, MN –  Policy concerning the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, has been a hot-button topic for the country over the last few months. With protests and rallies taking place everywhere from San Antonio, Texas to Washington, D.C. and all the way back to here at home in Minneapolis, understanding just what all the fuss is about […]

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