St Cloud Area News
Regional News and Sports
This week's guests (in order) included St. Cloud boys hockey coach Pete Matanich, Sauk Rapids-Rice boys basketball coach Derek Peterson, Tech boys basketball coach Mike Trewick, Cathedral boys basketball coach Matt Meyer, Cathedral girls basketball coach Ron Prom, Tech girls basketball coach Karl Heine, Rocori boys basketball coach Nate Guetter, Sartell/Sauk Rapids girls hockey coach Marty Anderson and Cathedral boys hockey coach Derrick Brown.
The St. Cloud State University men's hockey team improved to 11-11-1 overall and 6-8-1 in the conference with a 3-2 overtime win against the Denver Pioneers Friday night.
The head of a Muslim civil rights group in Minnesota says his organization is taking a new approach to countering hateful messages - and he's asking non-Muslims to get involved.
Minnesota officials have found another case of chronic wasting disease, this time in a captive deer that died on a farm in Meeker County near Dassel in central Minnesota.
A criminal complaint against the driver of a pickup truck that struck and seriously injured three high school students in Otsego says he told investigators he never saw the school bus stopped with its flashing lights or the teens who were about to board it until it was too late.
The Fergus Falls Otters beat the Tech Tigers 57-53 in overtime Thursday night at Tech High School. The Otters improve to 5-1 in the Central Lakes Conference and 11-2 overall, while the Tigers fall to 6-1 in conference play and 12-2 overall.
The Twins Winter Caravan stopped in St. Cloud last night at Rivers Edge Convention Center. Twins' pitcher Hector Santiago, shortstop Eduardo Escobar, former Twin Jack Morris, President Dave St. Peter and voice of the Twins Cory Provus.
The Timberwolves return home Sunday evening to take on the Denver Nuggets at Target Center. Tip-off is scheduled for 6 p.m.
The Wild will host the Anaheim Ducks Saturday night at the X as part of Hockey Day Minnesota. The game can be heard on AM 1240 WJON beginning with pregame coverage at 7:45.
Granite City Sports airs Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on AM 1390 KXSS with Jay Caldwell, John Holler, Lee Voss and Dave Overlund. The podcast is also available on iTunes.
A southeastern Minnesota sheriff's department will resume collecting DNA samples from people who have been charged with certain violent crimes but have not yet been convicted.
The husband of a Cottage Grove woman who was found dead in their home has been charged with second-degree murder. Forty-three-year-old Stephen Carl Allwine was ordered held in lieu of a $1 million bail on Wednesday. He was arrested Tuesday morning.
Minnesota lawmakers are working to offset massive health insurance premium increases for more than 100,000 residents who buy their own coverage.
The Morrison County Sheriff's Office has completed their yearly review of sexual offenders living in the county. Sheriff Shawn Larsen says the annual registration verification is done in cooperation with all local police departments.
Several students were hurt when they were hit by a pickup at a bus stop in Wright County Thursday morning.
Ready to come inside from the cold and think about summer a bit? The Minnesota Twins Winter Caravan will be making a stop in St. Cloud at the River's Edge Convention Center on Thursday, January 19th.