Day: March 22, 2018

Shawn Medley Meth Overdose

Shawn Medley Meth Overdose

As the investigation involving Shawn Medley continues. The Midwest Medical Examiner’s Office is identifying the cause of his death as a drug overdose. However, the situation surrounding how Medley died is unclear. Anyone who knows has information regarding Medley’s whereabouts from the early morning hours of, Thursday,February 8, 2018, to Sunday, February 11, 2018 is urged to contact the Meeker County […]

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Downtown bar closing

  Many are surprised to see a note posted on the front door of Brother’s Bar&Grill announcing its closure. Douglas Boser, CEO of Inventure Properties which owns the building, explains that the change is necessary in order to keep up with the evolving culture of Downtown St. Cloud. “The bar scene isn’t what it was 10 years ago,” says Boser, […]

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Release Of Documents Relating To Prince

Release Of Documents Relating To Prince

Prosecutors in Carver County are agreeing to release documents relating to Prince’s death. The attorney, John Goetz, representing the family of the late Pop icon says they’re expecting an autopsy report and other records from the police investigation into Prince’s death. The documents will help the family determine whether or not to move forward with a civil law suit. The data […]

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Indecent Exposure

Rocori Superintendent Scott Staska was arrested on Wednesday, March 21st for indecent exposure after security cameras show him exposing himself at a Kwik Trip Store. Waite Park Police Chief Dave Bentrud says, this is not the first time Staska has been accused of exposing himself at that particular store. At this time, Staska has not commented on the incident. The […]

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Snowmobile Law

The Minnesota House Transportation Committee has approved a bill that would limit what vehicles may be operated after being charged with a DWI. The bill’s approval is said to be inspired by the death of an eight-year-old boy, who was hit by a snowmobile on Chisago Lake. The boy was hit by Eric Coleman, who was intoxicated at the time and […]

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Food Drive Kicker

On Friday, March 24 Pioneer Place will be hosting their Pack the Porches food drive. Pioneer place will be accepting cash and food from 7AM-1PM, with all proceeds going to Catholic Charities food shelf. This year Pioneer place has partnered with two other locations to accept donations. This year you can make you donation at pioneer place, at St. Cloud […]

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Officer Charged Update

Former Minneapolis Police Officer, Mohamed Noor has been released from Hennepin County Jail after posting bail Wednesday. Noor has been charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter after shooting Justine Damond, last July. Last year, Damond called 911 to report a possible assault in the alley on her block. Noor shot Damond while investigating the 911 call. As part of […]

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Turkey Hunt for Physically Disabled Minnesotans

Turkey Hunt for Physically Disabled Minnesotans

Rockville County Park & Nature Preserve and Spring Hill County Park are hosting a turkey hunt for physically disabled Minnesotans. The goal is to allow Disabled American Veterans, disabled adults, and disabled youths to get a chance at recreational activities. The parks will be closed to general entrance during the hunts that will be taking place between April 18 and […]

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Unemployment on the decline in Minnesota

Unemployment on the decline in Minnesota

Unemployment rates in Minnesota? The unemployment rate in Minnesota is on the decline due to the increase in new jobs this year. Unemployment fell by 0.1 percent in February this year bringing the rate to 3.2 percent this year. Which is nearly a whole percent lower then the national average of 4.1 percent. DEED Commissioner Shawntera Hardy said, “Minnesota’s unemployment […]

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Paul Thissen

Paul Thissen

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Democratic representative Paul Thissen is a finalist in the race to join the Minnesota Supreme Court. Thissen was one of many big name candidates that were on the list to replace current seat holder Justice David Straus who was put on the bench by government Dayton earlier this year. Dayton also had his former Department of […]

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