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St. Paul House Fire

Two Saint Paul men saved his neighbor after his house started on fire. Israel Melendez and Paul Warner were working on a car in the early afternoon on Saturday when they heard a loud boom. The pair of men noticed that their neighbor’s house had started on fire. The flames were visible throughout the house, and debris was seen falling […]

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Minnesota Basketball Recruit Commits

Matthew Hurt is Minnesota’s highest ranked basketball recruit of the 2019 recruiting class, and he made his official college decision on Saturday April 19th. The power forward from John Marshall High School in Rochester, Minnesota has committed to the University of Duke Blue Devils. Hurt will join a Blue Devil squad that is most likely to return guard Tre Jones. […]

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Huskies Name Captains for 2019-2020 Season

The Saint Cloud State Huskies hockey team’s season came to an unfortunate end at the hands of American International College, but the Huskies are already looking forward to next season. At the Huskies Fan Social that was open to the fans to celebrate the success of this past season’s team, Head Coach Brett Larson named the players that would be […]

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Rochester Green City

ROCHESTER, Minn. (UTVS) – Rochester officials are hoping that new energy efficient buildings will become the standard for construction in the city. MPR news reports that officials are looking to buildings such as Discovery Square to lead the economic development plan which is seeking to grow the city while reducing overall energy use. DMC’s energy and sustainability director Kevin Bright […]

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Minnesota Conservation Officer

Minnesota Conservation Officer

PINE CITY, Minn. (UTVS) – A Department of Natural Resources conservation officer is dead after being thrown from a boat in a lake near Pine City. The officer was identified as Eugene Wynn and he was responding to a call about a possible body in Cross Lake. Wynn and a deputy were thrown from their boat after launching into the […]

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Sri Lanka bombings

Sri Lanka bombings

SRI LANKA (UTVS) – Yesterday terrorist attacks occurred on a 5 star hotel and a church in Sri Lanka. The death toll for these attacks is currently at 290 and Sri Lanka officials are blaming the attacks on religious extremists. Sri Lanka’s president Maithripala Sirisena has given the military power to arrest and detain suspects following the Easter Sunday bombings. […]

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U of M Professor Assault

A professor at the University of Minnesota has reached a plea agreement with prosecutors for assaulting his girlfriend in their apartment. 47-year-old Aaron Doering pleaded guilty to domestic assault by strangulation on Thursday. As part of his plea deal, Doering will be sentenced to 365 days in the workhouse. He will only have to serve 185 days if he successfully […]

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Light Rail Death

The Metro Transit Police report a man has died after falling form a light rail platform in Minneapolis. Authorities say a man was pulled under the train early Saturday on the Green Line platform at the Stadium Village station, which is on the campus of the University of Minnesota. Spokesman for the Metro Transit Howie Padilla says police will review […]

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Trump Sues Democratic Chairman of the House

The Democratic chairman of the House is being sued by President Donald Trump and his business organization. Representative Elijah Cummings served the subpoena at the beginning of the month to Mazars USA, an accountant for the president and Trump Organization. The subpoena issued seeks to investigate years of the president’s financial records. Jay Sekulow. one of Trump’s lawyers, says that […]

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Campus Assault

Campus Assault

The student accused of assaulting two teachers at Normandale Community College is pleading guilty. 21 year old Gavin Hutson is being charged with two counts of felony assault, as well as carrying a gun without a permit. Hutson was said to have struck a female instructor multiple times before a male faculty member attempted to intervene who then was assaulted […]

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