Day: March 19, 2019

Tech High School

The end of the school year is coming up and for one local high school, when the students and teachers pack up at the end of the year it will be for good. St. Cloud Tech High School will be moving to a new, 324,000-square-foot building for the upcoming 2019-20 school year. The school is currently taking shape as crews […]

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Three Found Dead

There is an investigation for the deaths of three people from a home in Becker County. Officers were called to the home in rural Ogema in northwestern Minnesota on Monday. The Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office is working to formally identify the bodies. No one is in custody and investigators say that more information will be released as the investigation […]

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Building Fire

A building fire in Maine Prairie Township occurred yesterday. According to Stearns County Sheriff, Steve Soyka, an off-duty firefighter drove by the address and noticed smoke rising from the structure. The firefighter called 9-1-1 to report the incident. The property belongs to Joseph Borman and luckily the building only suffered moderate damage after the Kimball Fire Department put out the […]

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Fire House Explosion in Moorhead

Fire House Explosion in Moorhead

A fish house exploded on Sunday in Moorhead, with one in critical condition.  The one injured was former Concordia Moorhead quarterback, Michael Herzog who was found outside the fish house when firefighters arrived at the scene.  Herzog has second and third degree burns over 90% of his body.  He was rushed to Sanford in Fargo, North Dakota, and then airlifted […]

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Record Breaking Heat

Record Breaking Heat

A new Associated Press data analysis from the last 20 years shows that Americans have been twice as likely to sweat through record-breaking heat rather than shiver through record-setting cold.  In stable climates, the number of daily hot temperatures and cold temperatures should be roughly equal.  However, the ratio has been two warm records set for every cold one since […]

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Minnesota Childcare Fraud

Minnesota Childcare Fraud

The inspector general of the Minnesota Department of Human Services is on leave after a child care fraud report.  Carolyn Ham will continue to have the title of inspector general despite the fraud report, and the reason for Ham’s report will not be released according to the department because of the Data Practices Act.  Ham has spoken to Minnesota Public […]

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Opioid Bill

Opioid Bill

Yesterday a new bill has been passed to combat the opioid crisis in the Minnesota House. The bill will support many strategies to support prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery. Data from the Minnesota Health Department shows that in 2017 nearly 800 people took their own lives and over half of those deaths were from opioid overdoses. The state has a […]

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Brazil President Visits White House

Brazil President Visits White House

Today President Donald Trump hosted the President of Brazil Jair Bolsonaro who ahead of the meeting spoke highly of Trump. The two are expected to talk about many issues, which includes way for the US to increase private-sector investments in Brazil and ways to sort out the Venezuela political crisis.

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St Cloud Potholes

St Cloud Potholes

The city of St Cloud is in a battle with the number of potholes showing up around the city. St Cloud Street Maintenance Supervisor Tom Zabinski says that fixing the potholes are top priority. He added that they are trying to get to them as fast as they can, but it looks like it is a banner year for the […]

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