Day: February 6, 2018

To Caucus or Not to Caucus?

To Caucus or Not to Caucus?

(UTVS)Tonight at 7PM CST Minnesotans will have their first chance to engage in the political process with Caucus day.   Democrats and Republicans will go to their respective locations to decide on delegates being sent to the conventions, resolutions to be debated, and the first gubernatorial straw poll.   The process is an important step in deciding the issues that […]

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St. Joseph develops welcoming community resolution

When St. Cloud passed a resolution identifying itself as a welcoming community back in October, the idea of such a policy was only a twinkle in the eye for the rest of Central Minnesota. However, when white supremacist propaganda started popping up in St. Joseph, residents started turning their heads. “Where did these come from?” St. Joseph resident Anne Buckvold […]

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Accidental Weapon Discharge at Maplewood School

Accidental Weapon Discharge at Maplewood School

Maplewood Police say nobody was harmed when a school liaison officer’s weapon fired unexpectedly at the Harmony Learning Center. According to Police Chief Scott Nadeau the officer was sitting on a bench and talking with multiple third and fourth-graders when a third grade boy sitting next to him put his finger into the officer’s holster and pushed on the trigger. […]

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Red Lake Man Sentenced in Murder Trial

Red Lake Man Sentenced in Murder Trial

United States Attorney Gregory announced the sentencing of 23-year-old Jared Daniel Jones regarding two murder chargers on February 2nd. Jones was sentenced to 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to the two murder of two individuals, including one minor victim, in the second degree. Jones admitted to driving one of his victims to a remote area of the Red […]

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Bachman Won’t Run for Senate

Bachman Won’t Run for Senate

Former Republican Congress-woman Michele Bachmann has announced that she will not be running for the open Minnesota Senate seat this November. Bachmann told Minnesota radio host Jan Markell that she made her decision after praying and never hearing the call from God. There is currently an opening for the Minnesota Senate seat after former Senator Al Franken stepped down in […]

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Minneapolis Police Officers Subpoenaed

Minneapolis Police Officers Subpoenaed

Over 30 Minneapolis police officers have been subpoenaed as part of a grand jury investigation into the police shooting of an Australian woman. 40-year-old Justine Ruszczyk Damond was fatally shot by Minneapolis officer Mohamed Noor in July. Officer Noor and his partner responded to a call placed by Damond regarding a possible sexual assault behind her home. After hearing a […]

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Abortion Clinic to be Shut Down Based on Ruling by Ohio Supreme Court

Abortion Clinic to be Shut Down Based on Ruling by Ohio Supreme Court

A ground breaking ruling was announced by the Ohio State Supreme Court, when they announced the last abortion clinic in the state should be shut down. The ruling was a 5-2 vote based on the fact that the University of Toledo Hospital stopped its Patient-Transfer Agreement with the clinic. The Court found that the Ohio Department of Health acted ethically […]

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NFL Superstar Rob Gronkowski Robbed

NFL Superstar Rob Gronkowski Robbed

New England Patriots Tight End Rob Gronkowski Returned from Super Bowl LII to find his house had been robbed. Foxborough, MA police announced on Tuesday that the superstars house was broken into. However officials would not comment on the status of the investigation, if any thing was stolen, or any suspects. This is because it is an open investigation and […]

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Thousands of Marijuana Gummies Found in Arrests

Thousands of Marijuana Gummies Found in Arrests

Two men were arrested in separate traffic stops for possession of significant amounts of marijuana gummies on Friday by Lakeville Police. Austin Hagen, a 23-year-old from Lakeville, was pulled over and found to have nearly 100 pounds of marijuana gummies in his vehicle and was arrested. Hagen has been charged with first-degree possession with intent to sell and second-degree possession […]

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The Superbowl Might Not Return to Minneapolis

The Superbowl Might Not Return to Minneapolis

A look at US Bank Stadium during Super Bowl LII Week Following the successes of Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis many people fear that it may never return. The bitter cold weather that fell over the Twin Cities area provided forced normally outdoor events inside. The Super Bowl is usually used by Cities and their surrounding Municipalities to put public […]

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