Category: UTVS Livestream

Planting Preparations at Munsinger Gardens

Planting Preparations at Munsinger Gardens

Spring has sprung here in the Granite City, and that means big news for attractions like Munsinger Gardens! UTVS Reporter Kenny Johnson was able to get out and talk to some works at the Gardens to find out what they are preparing for this summer! Watch the full story below!

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Maple Syrup Bottles Photo Credit: Kenny Johnson

Family Sticks Together Through Syrup

With the temperatures warming up fast here in the Granite City – that means the end of the syrup season for many different producers throughout Minnesota. The process relies on both cold and warm weather to freeze and thaw the trees…however a local syrup ranch is still pumping out gallons of syrup before the end of the season. UTVS News […]

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Fairview Health making major cuts

Fairview Health making major cuts

The Minneapolis health care system Fairview Health is being forced to close multiple clinics and to cut hundreds of jobs. The cuts are coming after the COVID-19 pandemic has created huge operating losses for the company. Fairview Health is set to close 16 clinics and around 900 employees. Although Fairview Health had quite a few COVID-19 patients during the pandemic, […]

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Drug Take Back Box

Drug Take Back Box

Cold medicine, vitamins, and medication are a common staple in any given household, but how to handle these products after you are done using them or they have expired is more difficult and not well known. St. Cloud State Universities Student Health Services kicked off their Drug Take Back Week this Monday in an effort to help teach people how […]

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Minneapolis Police to Combat Sex Trafficking during Superbowl

Minneapolis Police to Combat Sex Trafficking during Superbowl

MINNEAPOLIS, MN- City leaders are looking to combat sex trafficking before super bowl season starts. Plans on how to crack down sex trafficking are being presented Wednesday morning at the City council by Minneapolis police, city and county official groups, and non profit groups. Authorities said the online sex trafficking market is a problem in Minnesota and many victims are […]

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Radical Islamism

Radical Islamism

ST. Cloud, MN “Radical Islamism” has been repeatedly used to fan the flames of islamophobia. After the stabbing at the Cross Roads Mall in St Cloud, people have questioned if the Quran, instigates violence. According to Haji Yussuf, Radical Islamism has never been an issue in the Muslim community here. He says if it is now becoming a problem, the […]

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Day Of Silence

Day Of Silence

By Beltha M. Anjangha   ST. ClOUD, Minnesota – A demonstration at the Atwood Market Place at St Cloud State University, alerted students to the realities of anti-LGBT bullying, and paid tributes to LGBT students whose voices have been silenced by bullies. According to GLSEN (Gay Lesbian and Straight Education Network), 9 of 10 LGBT+ students experience harassment at schools […]

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Saint Cloud Minnesota –    Retirement happens once in a lifetime, after all the years of hard work. Steve Frank a former Political Science professor of Saint Cloud State University has retired. Steve says “It’s a missed feeling to retire.” When that time comes, many will miss you and you will miss all your colleagues, friends and the job. Kathy Uradnik […]

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St. Cloud State University Hosts Its Annual Colloquium At Atwood Memorial Center

St. Cloud State University Hosts Its Annual Colloquium At Atwood Memorial Center

More than 400 students and faculty from St. Cloud State University took part in a day-long colloquium to present their academic projects, posters and experiments. SCSU Anthropology, Kelly Macauley, says one of the duties of professors and faculty is to make sure students can communicate effectively, especially concerning the research they are doing. This event is a wonderful opportunity for […]

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St. Cloud State University Hosts Its Last Series of Global Goes Local Conference

St. Cloud State University Hosts Its Last Series of Global Goes Local Conference

St. Cloud State University hosted its last year of the Global Goes Local Conference on April 11th and 12th. Ahmed Ali, the Lead Organizer of Worker Center, says workers don’t have the permission to have enough bathroom breaks. They work eight to eleven hours a day and five to six days a week and only have two bathroom breaks per […]

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