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Tribes Denied Involvement in Pipline Review

Tribes Denied Involvement in Pipline Review

Two tribes have been denied additional involvement in the environmental review of the Dakota pipeline. U.S. District Judge James Boasberg denied the requests of the Standing Rock and Cheyenne River Sioux to be involved in the process following their request. Last year, Judge Boasberg allowed the oil to flow between North Dakota and Illinois with an order that the Army […]

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Drug Take Back Box

Drug Take Back Box

Cold medicine, vitamins, and medication are a common staple in any given household, but how to handle these products after you are done using them or they have expired is more difficult and not well known. St. Cloud State Universities Student Health Services kicked off their Drug Take Back Week this Monday in an effort to help teach people how […]

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Twin-Cities School Closures

UTVS St. Cloud- Many Students are staying home from school in the Twin Cities today due to the record breaking storm over the weekend. Minneapolis, St. Paul and Anoka-Hennepin school districts have announced that classes will be canceled Monday April 17th. Officials at the district said the weather made it hard for buses to drive down back streets and that […]

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SCSU Student Homocide

SCSU Student Homocide

UTVS St. CLOUD- The St Cloud Community is Mourning the Death of 19-year-old Chase Fleischauer Saturday morning.  Officials responded to a call coming out of Richmond Township in Wisconsin. The caller said assistance was needed for a man with a gunshot wound, and witnesses performed life savings efforts before the arrival of paramedics. The medical examiner pronounced him dead at 6:37a.m. The Ramsey medical examiner’s office ruled the death as a homicide […]

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Blizzard Prom

Blizzard Prom

During high school you have your best friends, sporting events, and prom that keeps you going during the four years you have in high school. Prom is the best time of your life in high school.The memories you will have after prom are the memories you will have for the rest of your life. The preparation is the hardest part […]

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Firefighters Attacked With Knife

Firefighters Attacked With Knife

(UTVS) Linwood, MN. – An armed arsonist is now behind bars after attacking Linwood firefighters. Authorities responded to a fire inside an RV in Linwood Wednesday night where a man reportedly climbed the roof of the burning home and attacked two of the firefighters with a knife. He was later arrested at the scene. The two victims sustained serious injuries and are currently in medical care.      

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Fatal Police Shooting in Lake Elmo

Fatal Police Shooting in Lake Elmo

(UTVS) – Earlier this morning, deputies responded to an intersection in Lake Elmo where a man was reportedly armed with a weapon and making suicidal threats. Officers attempted to speak to the man and use non-lethal methods to stop him. Later, one deputy fired and shot the man who was later pronounced dead at Regions Hospital in St. Paul. Police Chief […]

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Trump Adminstration Proposal

Trump Adminstration Proposal

  WASHINGTON – The Trump administration has recently proposed a new plan that will require food stamp recipients to undergo drug testing. Officials say that proposal will apply to able bodied people who are applying for specialized jobs, such as operating heavy machinery, and people who don’t have dependents. Emails obtained by The Associated Press found that Agriculture Department officials were […]

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Minnesota Life Expectancy

Minnesota Life Expectancy

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – A recent study has found that Minnesotans hold one of the highest average life spans in the country. Minnesota was found to be ranked behind Hawaii, California and Connecticut. The study reported that Minnesota residents were ranked fourth for the longest life expectancy and averaging a life span of around 81 years. The study determined that men averaged around […]

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Eastman Hall continues Renovation

While the legislature gave St. Cloud State the go-ahead just last year, the university hasn’t been hesitant in beginning on one of its most ambitious additions yet. The former athletic center is now boarded up with construction workers chipping away at the ancient bricks and boarding up all the windows. “The whole scope of the project is to basically cut and gut […]

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