Month: October 2018

New Jersey Woman Dies from Electrical Mishap

The investigation into the death of 68-year-old Linda Daniels, who died after her electricity was shut off, found “human errors and systemic failures” caused the delay in restoration of power in her home. The New Jersey woman relied on an electric oxygen tank to breathe in hospice care after suffering of congestive heart failure. She died July 5th, hours after […]

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Children’s Facebook Game Cancelled After Fight

Children’s Facebook Game Cancelled After Fight

A children’s football game was cancelled on Thursday night after adults started to fight on the sidelines broke out and someone fired a gun. Nobody was hurt during the altercation outside the West Minnehaha Recreation Center. The game was being played by nine- and ten-year-olds from St. Paul Frogtown Football and North Area Titan Football, the teams were competing in a tournament. […]

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Pittsburgh Synagogue shooting

(PITTSBURGH) The suspect of a shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue Saturday arrived at a federal courthouse today. A government car with a wheelchair inside was seen arriving at the courthouse Monday. After trading gunfire with police Robert Gregory Bowers underwent surgery and survived. Bowers is expected to appear in front of a judge at 1:30 PM. Authorities release […]

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Assault in Eden Valley

Assault in Eden Valley

(EDEN VALLEY, MN) UTVS – An assault happened at the 34300 block of 617th Avenue in Eden Valley. The son of the victim, Timothy Scholtes, pushed down the victim and held a gun up against his head. Scholtes pulled the trigger but the gun jammed and didn’t fire. Scholtes then fled the scene and was later apprehended by law enforcement. […]

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No Drugs, Just Soap

No Drugs, Just Soap

What police thought was a plane and simple drug bust, turned out to be something very different. International airport officers arrested three men of drug trafficking charges on October 5th, 2018. 43-year-old Tarvares Hargrave,40-year-old Jason Anderson, and 43-year-old Luz Ortega were arrested on suspicion of selling and purchasing 3 pounds of cocaine at Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Police soon had to […]

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Duluth Infant’s Death is Investigated as Homicide

Duluth Infant’s Death is Investigated as Homicide

(DULUTH, MINNESOTA)UTVS-The death of a Duluth infant is being investigated by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner as a homicide. Jamal Trey Chaterlays-Simpson was only 5 weeks old when he died on August 10th at the Children’s Hospital in Minneapolis. Jamal Trey Chaterlays-Simpson is said to have died from head trauma according to the medical examiner. No one is currently in […]

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Viktor’s Quest to Stop Bullying Comes to St. Cloud

October is National Bullying Prevention Month and to help educate kids the Minnesota Vikings stopped by a school in St. Cloud. Students at Athlos Academy were excited to meet Viktor the Viking and hear what he had to say. If you were to walk into the gymnasium at Athlos Academy Wednesday afternoon you would have heard screams of excitement, laughter […]

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WCHA 20 Year Anniversary

WCHA 20 Year Anniversary

“The WCHA is an amazing league. I’ll tell everyone.” Said Jinelle Siergiej, the Assistant Women’s Hockey Coach at St. Cloud State University. The WCHA Women’s Hockey League was founded in 1999, and it is safe to say that over twenty years. It has changed the game. “It’s just getting better and better, it’s more competitive, you never know who is […]

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What would you do with $1.6 Billion?

“Tonight’s Mega Millions Jackpot is worth a record breaking $1.6 Billion.”   The Mega Millions ticket had millions of Americans dreaming about quitting their jobs this morning, but only one lucky buyer in South Carolina can actually hand in their letter of resignation. For the rest of you back to work, and keep asking yourself the 1.6 billion dollar question, […]

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Mexican Citizen Pleads Guilty to Faking His Own Kidnapping in an Attempt to Obtain a Visa

Mexican Citizen Pleads Guilty to Faking His Own Kidnapping in an Attempt to Obtain a Visa

ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA – United States Attorney, Erica H. MacDonald, announced the guilty plea of a Mexican citizen, Alejandro Mario Cortes, that faked his own kidnapping in efforts to fain an immigration visa. According to Cortes’ guilty plea, he admitted to orchestrating a fraudulent kidnapping that resulted in him ending in St. Paul, Minnesota. Cortes had a co-conspirator, his nephew, […]

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