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Minneapolis Shooting

Minneapolis Shooting

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Minneapolis police responded to gunfire around 5 a.m. on Thursday. Police responded to the gunfire where they found a male victim suffering a gunshot wound. The victim was lying on the streets on the city’s north side. The victim was taken to the North Memorial Center where he later passed away. According to officials no one is […]

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Wisconsin Explosion

Wisconsin Explosion

SUPERIOR, Wis. (AP) – An explosion at the Husky Energy oil refinery occurred in Superior at about 10 a.m. on Thursday leaving several people injured. Authorities say that six people were taken to hospitals in Duluth but there are no known fatalities. The explosion took place around 10 a.m. and firefighters got the fire out around 11:20 a.m. Superior police are urging people to […]

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Minnesota Measles Exposure

Minnesota Measles Exposure

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – A possible measles exposure has taken place in Southeastern Minnesota. According to The Minnesota Department of Health a non-Minnesota resident traveled through Minnesota and had a confirmed case of measles. People who were at the Winona McDonald’s on April 13th and at the Freeborn County Co-op gas station in Albert Lea on April 16th have […]

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Taking Down a Downtown Name

In St. Cloud MN, there are many little shops, coffee shops and restaurants that make the city unique. One popular place in particular is a coffee shop that goes by the name of ‘Central Perk’ and no, not the one from ‘Friends’ the television show. “Everyday is different here. The busiest days are usually Friday and Saturday” Allen Sherr the […]

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Video sets guidelines, says final goodbyes

As the 2017-2018 academic year comes to an end, Ashish Vaidya won’t be sitting atop the Administrative building starting in the fall. The interim president of SCSU has accepted a job with Northern Kentucky University. Despite his departure, Vaidya said he has mixed feelings about leaving his fellow Huskies behind. “It’s become a part of my life,” he said. “At […]

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Montgomery Memorial

UTVS-St. Cloud A new monument remembering the lives of African-Americans violently lynched in the Jim Crow era will be housed in Montgomery, Alabama. The Non-profit group Equal Justice Initiative said that the combined monument and museum will be the nation’s first site to document racial inequality in America from slavery through Jim Crow to the issues of today. The National Memorial for Peace […]

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Trump Renewable Energy

Trump Renewable Energy

UTVS-ST. CLOUD President Trump secured many votes in the 2016 presidential election. He credited many votes to citizens involved in the coal and natural gas industries. Although Trump has made efforts to promote offshore drilling, he has also vowed to develop renewable energy resources as well. President Trump’s administration is now using federal leases to fund eco-friendly ventures along the east coast to improve off-shore wind and […]

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U.S. Woman Traveling Home from Paris fined $500

U.S. Woman Traveling Home from Paris fined $500

(MINNEAPOLIS, MN) UTVS – A woman who was traveling on a Delta flight home from Paris, was fined $500 for an apple. Crystal Tadlock says that she was given the apple onboard the plane during her connecting flight to Minneapolis when she decided to save the fruit for her final destination flight back to Denver. When Tadlock got off her […]

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How to treat Seasonal Affective Disorder

While Lana Del Ray sings about summertime sadness, Seasonal Affective Disorder (a.k.a. sad) hits most people in the winter. Even as winter is clearing up, the disorder affects the lives of a large number of Minnesotans. In colder areas, much like the midwest, S.A.D. manifests itself into a form of depression due to the long, cold and sometimes uninhabitable winters. […]

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MN Wild Fans Holding on to Playoff Hopes

(ST. PAUL) UTVS – While the Minnesota Wild stand one game away from elimination from the NHL playoffs, fans prepare for the worst. Isabella Thompson, an avid Wild fan for the last several seasons, explained a sense of “false hope” for a run in the playoffs after the news that Wild standout, Zach Parise will be out for the rest […]

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