Day: February 8, 2018

St. Cloud Costco

  ST. CLOUD, Minnesota – St. Cloud shoppers could have a new super market to get their bargain deals from. At Mayor Dave Kleis’s weekly town meeting, business owners expressed their concerns for the addition of a Costco to the Granite City. The meeting was held at Stearns History Museum, which is one of the tentative neighbors. John Bodette, the […]

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Government Budget Bill Stalls in Senate

Government Budget Bill Stalls in Senate

  Congress has continued its work today to prevent another government shutdown with a bipartisan budget bill. Early on Thursday lawmakers expressed confidence that a deal would be reached in the Senate to allow the House of Representatives and the President to approve the bill before the deadline. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R) of Wisconsin said that should the […]

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2018 Winter Olympic Games Are Under Way

2018 Winter Olympic Games Are Under Way

  The 2018 Olympic Winter Games are officially under way in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The qualifying rounds of alpine skiing, biathlon, curling, luge, and ski jumping began in the last twenty-four hours in Pyeongchang and the surrounding areas where some individual events are hosted. The first rounds of the figure skating competition begin on television tonight with the men’s single […]

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Canada Killer Update

Canada Killer Update

Remains were found of at least 6 people in planters on the property connected to alleged Toronto serial killer Bruce McArthur. McArthur used it as storage in exchange for doing the landscaping. McArthur was Arrested on January 18th and charged with 2 counts of murder in connection with the disappearance of Andrew Kinsman and Selim Esen, two men that were last seen […]

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Chaos Above Local Subway

Chaos Above Local Subway

  Customers and employees in a local St. Cloud Subway restaurant got an unwelcome surprise when loud shouting was heard from the apartment above the Subway. Shortly after the shouting, a gunshot was heard and reported to police who responded along with Gold Cross ambulance service. According to Assistant Police Chief Jeff Oxton, police found a 23 year old man in the apartment suffering […]

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Adrian Peterson Ordered To Pay Thousands Of Dollars

Adrian Peterson Ordered To Pay Thousands Of Dollars

Former Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson has been ordered to pay around $600,000 from the court after defaulting on a loan from the Crown Bank of Edina. He was sued back in November after failing to pay the balance of a $2.4 million loan he took out in May 2016. Peterson had defaulted on the loan back in October 2016, shortly after injuring his […]

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Truck Parking

Truck Parking

Minnesota – The Minnesota Department of Transportation is renovation parking at seven rest areas throughout the state to help truck drivers find safer parking. Dan Rowe, state project manager, says the initiative will help with safety, save time, and reduce fuel consumption for truck drivers. In-pavement sensors that detect trucks will be installed in the pavement of these rest areas to […]

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PolyMet Copper-Nickel Mine

PolyMet Copper-Nickel Mine

AURORA, MINN. (AP) – About 450 people gathered at Mesabi East High School on Wednesday in support of the first two public meetings on key permits for proposed PolyMet copper-nickel mine. Minnesota house speaker Kurt Daudt said that PolyMet has done everything to show that they can meet the state’s environmental standards. Polymet also wants to prove that they represent growth […]

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Zimmerman Group Home Knife Threat

Zimmerman Group Home Knife Threat

Zimmerman, MN – Billy Ray Wayne Vogt, a 24 year old resident of Zimmerman group home, has been charged with two counts of second-degree assault. Vogt was reported to have threatened to stab an employee. Then, he pulled one of the employees down a flight of stairs as they tried to flee up some stairs to get away. The employee that fell backwards down […]

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Boy stuck in vending machine

Boy stuck in vending machine

TITUSVILLE, Fla. – At a Beef O’ Brady’s restaurant in Titusville, Florida a young boy crawled inside a claw-style vending machine in hopes to fetch a stuffed animal. During his attempt to grab one, the young boy got himself helplessly stuck inside the glass-encased structure. An off-duty firefighter by the name of Jeremy House was having dinner at the restaurant when he noticed […]

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