Category: Featured Stories

SCSU 9/11 ceremony

  On the 18th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that killed thousands of innocent people, members of the St. Cloud community gathered to commemorate the holiday. Military, first responders, fire and police responders were all in attendance as they held a flag raising ceremony in front of the SCSU administration building. Fire department captain Glen Koshiol told me that he […]

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TCF Bank Attempted Robbery

TCF Bank Attempted Robbery

St. Cloud Police are looking for a suspect in a attempted bank robbery in St. Cloud this afternoon. The man entered TCF Bank located at 25th Avenue South in St. Cloud. The suspect never displayed any weapons and left the bank prior to gathering the money. No one was hurt during the attempted robbery and police are still seeking the […]

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Lane Closure

Lane Closure

If you are traveling to or from St. Joseph tomorrow you might want to plan to leave earlier than normal. Beginning tomorrow the inside lane for both east and west bound traffic on County Road 75 will be closed. It will be closed from the intersection of Country Road 134 near Michelich Granite to 28th Avenue by Mills Fleet Farm. […]

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St Cloud Potholes

St Cloud Potholes

The city of St Cloud is in a battle with the number of potholes showing up around the city. St Cloud Street Maintenance Supervisor Tom Zabinski says that fixing the potholes are top priority. He added that they are trying to get to them as fast as they can, but it looks like it is a banner year for the […]

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NCHC Frozen Faceoff Semi-Finals

NCHC Frozen Faceoff Semi-Finals

The final series of the first-round of the NCHC postseason concluded Monday. Colorado College upset Western Michigan in Game Three of their first-round series with a final score of 3-2. What does that mean for the Saint Cloud State Huskies? The semifinals for the Frozen Faceoff at the Xcel Enegry Center in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The Huskies are set to […]

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Saint Cloud Robbery Update

Saint Cloud Robbery Update

The man that robbed the Wells Fargo in Saint Cloud has been identified. After receiving tips from the public in addition to the investigation, the suspect has been identified as Khalid Hassan Mohamud of Utah. Mohamud was arrested while he was at the Minneapolis/Saint Paul International Airport nearly two weeks ago on previous charges he was facing from Utah. In […]

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Milk comeback in schools

Milk comeback in schools

If you were born in the 90’s, then maybe you remember walking down the halls, walking through the cafeteria, and seeing flyers all over the place with the “Got Milk” campaign. Years later, that campaign has and the motivation to drink milk has disappeared until now. In Minnesota thirty schools received grants to serve more diary products. The Minnesota Department […]

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Chaska man charged with tax crimes after not filing for six years

Chaska man charged with tax crimes after not filing for six years

A Chaska man has been charged with six felony counts after he didn’t file his tax returns…for six years. The Minnesota Department of Revenue says David Timp was told that he needed to file this taxes, but still failed to do so. These warning came multiple times from several different departments. Timp didn’t file his individual state tax returns from […]

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Blaine Beaulieu

Little Falls Burglaries

Blaine Beaulieu from Onamia, MN is facing formal charges for multiple burglaries in Little Falls, Belle Praire and Platte Townships according to the Morrison County Sheriff Shawn Larson. Beaulieu reporting stole four firearms, two motor vehicles, and an ATV. On February 6th, 2019, deputies replied to a burglary at a residences home in Little Falls. The home owners garage was […]

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Minneapolis Apartment Shooting

Minneapolis Apartment Shooting

Police are currently searching for a suspect or suspects involved in a Minneapolis apartment shooting late Saturday night. Neighbors stated that Eileen Mark and her daughter were killed in the shooting. One resident says Mark volunteered at a homeless shelter and collected clothing for the needy. Detectives interviewed a number of peopled and ruled out a murder suicide.

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