Category: UTVS Livestream

St. Cloud Police Department to add license plate scanners

ST. CLOUD, Minnesota – The St. Cloud Police Department has entered into a partnership with Mille Lacs county that will be the beginning of a new license plate scanner program. The St. Cloud Police department has equipped one of their squads with a special set of three infra-red scanners that will scan license plates from the drivers side, passenger side, and […]

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Finding your post winter green thumb

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – As the snow has melted, and warm temperatures are in the forecast, one thing that immediately follows, is the planting of vegetable gardens. The flurry of snow early this morning could leave some people thinking that they may need to hold off on their plans to start their garden, but now might be as good of […]

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Allergy season is right around the corner

Allergy season is right around the corner

Now that it is spring and warmer temperatures are here… allergy season will soon be upon us.

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Tech student issues apology

ST. CLOUD, Minnesota – Last week, a Snapchat sent by Joseph Klontz of St. Cloud Tech high school was sent out, that went viral, and eventually lead to walkouts, protests, and claims of racism. The Snapchat in question showed a Somalia student, who is in a wheel chair, and likened her to the terrorist group, ISIS, as well as mocked her […]

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Islam Awareness Week

Islam Awareness Week

ST. CLOUD, Minnesota – Throughout the United States, the Muslim Student Association is celebrating Islam Awareness Week. The St. Cloud State University chapter of this organization has celebrated with games, speakers, and interactive discussions over the course of the week. St. Cloud State University sophomore Abdi Aziz Noor and junior Abdijalil Sheik Yusuf agreed that this week is about silencing stereotypes and […]

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Proposed ammunition ban

WAITE PARK, Minnesota – One of the most polarizing debates over the last few years has been that of the AR-15 firearm. Last week, that debate got a little thicker when the current administration and the BATF proposed a ban on the popular M855 5.56mm ammunition for the AR-15. Calls have been made for the ban by the White House, who […]

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Livable or liveable?

Livable or liveable?

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – A small banner in downtown St. Cloud has caused quite the commotion. The banner reads, “St. Cloud, a liveable community,” and has been hanging on dozens of street lights for years. The concern was sparked by viewers on Twitter who figured out the word “liveable” was the incorrect form of the word. While many people disregarded […]

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State of the City

State of the City

Waite Park, Minn. – The Mayor of Waite Park held the State of the City address today. The event hosted many of the city council members as well as business owners from the area. Four years ago, the Mayor began holding the yearly State of the City address in a way that makes allows everyone to state their piece. Mayor […]

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Building Masterpieces

Building Masterpieces

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdvPe1Qo8gI&feature=youtu.be ST. CLOUD, MINN. – Every year the VA Medical Center in St. Cloud hosts an Art Competition and Show for veteran’s around the area. Throughout the years this has been a competition for only in-patient veterans. However, this year the program is allowing both in-patient and out-patient veterans to compete. “Any of our first place artwork is sent by […]

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A New Spice in Town

A New Spice in Town

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-RckV5L6YY&feature=youtu.be St. Cloud, Minn. – Ahmed Iqbal studied at St. Cloud State University and graduated with a business degree. Instead of simply looking for a job, Iqbal decided to open a restaurant. His Middle Eastern style restaurant opened in St. Cloud called, Paneer Flatbread. This restaurant features dishes from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Some of the options include chicken, beef, […]

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