Category: Featured Stories

Domestic Assault in St. Cloud

Domestic Assault in St. Cloud

A St. Cloud man is charged with allegedly pushing his girlfriend, spraying her with mace, and spitting on her.  39 year old Rogdrick Singleton, was charged with previous convictions of terroristic threats and two other counts of felony domestic assault.  The woman involved in the assault said Singleton held a cordless drill up to her face and pushed her through […]

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St Joseph Fire

This past Friday, St Joseph Fire Department responded a barn fire at the home of 61-year-old Norbert Walz. Walz accidentally nicked the breaker box on the barn in attempts to clear snow resulting in the barn to go into flames. He is thankful that he was able to save all of his livestock from harms way. St Joseph Fire Department […]

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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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Scalding Death

Scalding Death

MILWAUKEE (UTVS) – A mother in Milwaukee is being charged with first-degree homicide and child neglect resulting in the death of her 2-year-old. This comes after Lisa Simmons had recently had her daughter returned to her from child protective services this May. Simmons told authorities she first noticed the burns on her daughter Zayanna on Thursday, but failed to get […]

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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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St. Cloud State’s New President Canidates Announced

St. Cloud State’s New President Canidates Announced

The search for St. Cloud State University’s new president has been narrowed to the final four. Brian Johnson, Daniel Shipp, Dione Somerville, and Robbyn Wacker are the current candidates. The candidates will be visiting campus between April 24 to 27 to meet the community. Brian Johnson has worked for several universities over the last decade including acting as the president of […]

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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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Pawlenty Announces Candidacy for Governor

Pawlenty Announces Candidacy for Governor

Former Governor Tim Pawlenty announced Thursday that he will run for governor again eight years after leaving the office. Pawlenty had been treated as a candidate by the GOP for some time before his announcement and will look to lead the field for Republicans in the gubernatorial race this November. The Democratic race is still uncertain to replace Mark Dayton as he […]

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Immigration Series

ST. CLOUD, MN –  Policy concerning the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, has been a hot-button topic for the country over the last few months. With protests and rallies taking place everywhere from San Antonio, Texas to Washington, D.C. and all the way back to here at home in Minneapolis, understanding just what all the fuss is about […]

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