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Hermain Cain in the spotlight

Hermain Cain in the spotlight

NEW YORK CITY– Republican Presidential contender Herman Cain is in the spotlight for reasons other than his campaign. Sharon Bialek is accusing Cain of sexual harassment back in July of 1997. He allegedly “reached under her skirt for her genitals and pushed her head towards his crotch.” Reporters who spoke with Bialek earlier today in New York said that the incident occured when she met […]

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Michael Jackson’s doctor found guilty

Michael Jackson’s doctor found guilty

LOS ANGELES, CA– As of earlier this afternoon, Conrad Murray, the personal physician to Michael Jackson, is now facing a “guilty” verdict in the case of involuntary manslaughter. Prosecuters depicted Murray as a “reckless physician” who abandoned Jackson while he was under the affects of the anesthetic Propofol on June 25, 2009. The attorneys for Murray said that Jackson was addicted to the drug […]

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Smoker

Support to stop smoking

ST. CLOUD, MN – There are plenty of programs to help students quit smoking.

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Biology 701 Grand Opening!

   ST.CLOUD, MN – This weekend was the grand opening of Biology 701 in downtown St.Cloud. The doors opened at 7pm and welcomed not only the GLBT community, but all St.Cloud locals. Biology 701 has been in the process for over a year to open the lounge to the community. Biology 701 serves as a bar, lounge and restaurant and […]

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Occupy Protest Comes to St.Cloud

ST.CLOUD, MN….The Occupy movement has made waves across the nation bringing the protest to St.Cloud. Crowds gathered at Atwood Mall before moving to Wells Fargo Bank.  Protesters tried to convey the message that people need to move their accounts to a bank that does not give the money back to Wall Street. Dexter Stanton, Organizer of the St.Cloud Movement stated, […]

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Machinerie causes shed to burn

Machinerie causes shed to burn

ST.CLOUD, MN- The property of Marvin and Vernon Breth in Albany caught on fire.  On Thursday night, a hay baler caught fire while it was inside the shed. Sheriff John Scanner said that before being parked in the shed, the baler was on fire with the machinery equipments inside it. The firefighters were called at 8:59 p.m. to 21166-430th Street. They removed the tractors […]

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Closing On The Century Mark

Closing On The Century Mark

St. Cloud- St. Cloud State University has always prided itself on having great student athletes. Many players have come and gone only to leave their mark on St. Cloud State athletics. This year another milestone is in the process of becoming reality. Men’s Hockey player Drew LeBlanc is nearing his 100th career point as a husky player. I had a […]

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Young love gets busted

Young love gets busted

                St. CLOUD, MINN – The St. CLoud Police Department was tipped off about a suspisious vehicle Thursday morning around 2:38 am that was located in a parking lot on the 1300 block of University Drive SE. When police arrived they found a young male an a younger female occupying a vehicle and engaging in consensual sexual intercourse. The 14-year-old St. Cloud female was taken back […]

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Justin Bieber denies charges he fathered a child

Justin Bieber denies charges he fathered a child

NEW YORK (AP) — Justin Bieber says he’s never met the woman who claims he fathered her child during a backstage sexual encounter. Bieber tells NBC’s “Today” show that after every performance, he goes directly to his car. Bieber says he knows he’s going to be a target, “but I’m never going to be a victim.”

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Obama’s plan for infrastructure blocked

Obama’s plan for infrastructure blocked

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans in the Senate Thursday dealt President Barack Obama the third in a string of defeats on his stimulus-style jobs agenda, blocking a $60 billion measure for building and repairing infrastructure like roads and rail lines. Supporters of the failed measure said it would have created tens of thousands of construction jobs and lifted the still-struggling economy. […]

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