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Creating a Tighter Zone

Creating a Tighter Zone

ST. CLOUD, Minn;  The state of Minnesota has been discussing the issue of injuries in sports for some time now, but recently, the MSHSL released new regulations for baseball in regards to injuries due to pitching. These new regulations include monitored pitch counts and recovery time. This means that and pitcher at the varsity level has a maximum of 105 […]

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Authorities Searching For Kidnapping Suspect

RICE, Minn. – Authorities are actively searching for the man suspected of kidnapping and possibly sexually assaulting a teenage boy, according to the Rice Police Department. Around 10:30 p.m. Monday, officers made contact with an 18-year-old man who told them he had been kidnapped, physically assaulted, and possibly sexually assaulted. The man told officers he was walking along a road […]

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Facebook Killer Update

Facebook Killer Update

A nationwide man hunt has come to a close earlier today. Police say the Facebook Killer identified as Steven Stephens shot and killed himself outside of northwest Pennsylvanian. According to police the 37-year old man who recorded himself in Cleveland killing an Ohio retiree posted the video on Facebook and was located by a McDonald’s employee after being spotted in […]

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State of the City 2017

State of the City 2017

Mayor Dave Kleis held his annual State of the City Address this afternoon, with Minnesota Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith in attendance, he spoke to some of the concerns from the people of his city. In Tuesday’s address, Kleis spoke to a crowded room inside the still under construction YMCA building by Whitney Park. “This is the first time I’ve had […]

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Russia Bombing Update

The deadly subway bombing in Russia that left at least fourteen people dead and dozens injured led Russian investigators to identify a suicide bomber. The investigation committee says Akbardzhon Dzhalilov, a twenty-two year-old Kyrgyz born man, set off the blast on the Saint Petersburg subway. Forensic experts found Dzhalilov’s DNA on a bag that contained a bomb that had been […]

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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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Assault in Bloomington

Assault in Bloomington

A Bloomington man is charged with assault on Friday after police say he stabbed and bit a Somali man. Officials say that 47-year-old Kelvin Porter and the victim were on a sidewalk in Minneapolis and Porter began to act aggressively. Police say that the victim began to raise his fist and Porter stabbed him several times and bit him in […]

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Dayton Education Plans

Dayton Education Plans

Today Governor Mark Dayton and Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith will hold a news conference to propose Mark Dayton’s Pre-K opportunities. The agenda would invest $175 million dollars to expand Pre-K opportunities to more than 17,000 four-year-olds and their families. The news conference will be held at the Capitol and Minnesota educators will highlight the importance of these opportunities. Governor Mark […]

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Searches Continue for Missing St. Cloud Man

Searches Continue for Missing St. Cloud Man

ST. CLOUD, Minn – It’s been over two days since 21-year-old Jessie Dady was last seen in downtown St. Cloud after going out with friends on Friday night, March 24. He was last seen around 1:30 a.m. early Saturday morning, leaving an area bar. St. Cloud Police located video footage of Dady walking alone, northbound on 5th Avenue North, crossing 1st […]

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The Smart Pill Hits Campuses, Leaves Doctors Concerned

The Smart Pill Hits Campuses, Leaves Doctors Concerned

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – Americans spend more than $350 billion on pharmaceutical drugs every year. People purchased pharmacy medications for anything ranging from headaches to treating infections. But one over the counter medication is creating waves, especially at our nation’s college campuses. Adderall, also known as the “smart pill”, is a prescribed tablet or capsule pill that is most commonly taken […]

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