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by / on May 1, 2015 at 9:41 pm / in Main Menu, News, State/Region

Fallen officer’s lawsuit continues

Almost a year after his death a lawsuit filed by police officer Scott Patrick, that the public were unaware of, continues. Taking the time back to several months before he was fatally shot, Officer Patrick filed a lawsuit against the city of Mendota Heights claiming harassment and workplace retaliation charges. Patrick’s wife was granted a request this month for the lawsuit to continue. According […]

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by / on May 1, 2015 at 9:08 pm / in National, News, State/Region

Protests in Baltimore escalate throughout the nation

AP-US–Baltimore Protests-The Latest,6th Ld-Writethru Latest on Baltimore protests: Thousands march across US Eds: APNewsNow. Updates with Oakland protest. Will be updated. With BC-May Day, BC-US–May Day-History By The Associated Press 9:15 p.m. About 1,000 protesters decrying police brutality have marched in downtown New York at a May Day rally that took on a new message amid national outrage over a […]

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by / on May 1, 2015 at 5:46 pm / in Local, News, Top Stories, UTVS Livestream

St. Joseph PD expansion

ST. CLOUD, Minn-. This week, the St. Joseph City Administration has been working with city council to get an upgrade for the St. Joseph Police Department. The Police department is currently in an old bank that was built around 1976. The Police Department shares their building with the City Administration building. In all the building is about 4,000 square feet, […]

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by / on May 1, 2015 at 5:01 pm / in Business, Featured Stories, Local, Main Menu, News, Top Stories

A Fairytale Fundraiser

Today at the River’s Edge Convention Center, YMCA volunteers began setting up for tomorrow’s annual Promenade fundraiser event. Mandy Wolvert, YMCA Marketing and Events Director says, “Promenade is YMCA’s annual fundraising event and it raises money for our scholarships that go toward family memberships to the Y, youth programs, swimming lessons, so we never turn anyone away for lack of […]

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by / on May 1, 2015 at 9:31 am / in News, State/Region

Xcel Energy Wind Power

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Xcel Energy continues to add wind power.  The utility says it will spend $300 million to purchase and complete a wind farm in North Dakota under development by Geronimo Energy. The purchase salvages a project that might otherwise not have been finished because no wind energy company emerged to buy and operate it.Xcel planned to buy electricity […]

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by / on April 30, 2015 at 6:12 pm / in Featured Stories, Local, News, St. Cloud State, Top Stories, Video

A close call

Friday, April 24 was a night one woman will never forget as she was put in a life threatening situation on the St. Cloud State University campus. She decided to tell her story.

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by / on April 30, 2015 at 3:52 pm / in Featured Stories, News, St. Cloud State, Top Stories, Video

New photos of Pluto coming soon

When the NASA satellite New Horizon flies by Pluto, it will send back the first ever close-up photos of the dawf planet.

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by / on April 29, 2015 at 2:50 pm / in Local, News, State/Region

Child Driver

Minnesota State Patrol received reports yesterday afternoon about a child driving a vehicle on Interstate-35 E. Officials are saying that an eight year old boy drove a vehicle belonging to his foster family with two of his younger siblings, ages three and five, in the vehicle from St. Paul to Mounds View. Minnesota State Patrol Spokeswoman Lieutenant Tiffani Nielson says […]

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by / on April 29, 2015 at 2:37 pm / in Featured Stories, Local, News, St. Cloud State

Orange and white

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – After 12 years of asking, St. Cloud is finally receiving a new addition to the downtown area. On the 5th Ave. stretch between 1st St. and St. Germain, the city is constructing a new parking ramp. The one block stretch has been closed since earlier this month. The site across the street from the Rivers Edge […]

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by / on April 29, 2015 at 12:51 pm / in Local

Two injured in Sherburne County Crash

Around 10pm on Tuesday night an SUV vehicle crossed Highway 10 in Sherburne County and hit another vehicle. 40 year old Danielle Brown was the driver and 40 year old Daniel Stoops of Zimmerman was the passenger of the vehicle that was hit. After being brought to Fairview Northland Hospital in Princeton, State Patrol said that there injuries were not […]

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