-- Rainfall totals for St. Cloud
-- Two Motley people facing charges for alleged break-ins
-- Many local lakes experiencing high water levels
-- St. Paul set to approve 124K settlement
-- Firework dangers
-- Central Minnesota to expect more rain
-- Minnesota's May unemployment rate
-- Brainerd changes ordinance to accommodate tiny houses
-- 26th annual Star of the North Games
-- St. Cloud Special Olympic athlete wins two gold metals
The College of St. Benedict will soon be paying back a $600,000 donation given to them by convicted Ponzi Schemer Tom Petters. Petters agreed to donate about $3-million to the college before he was convicted in 2009 of running a $3.5-billion fraud.
-- Man taken to St. Cloud Hospital after alleged assault
-- Anoka County dispute leaves one person with critical burns
-- North Dakota reaching 1-million-barrel-a-day milestone
-- Waite Park to hold open house on River's Edge Park
-- Minnesota House passes bill to rename Cold Spring Post Office
The City of Waite Park is holding a public open house tonight to showcase their plans for River's Edge Park. From 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. you can give your opinion and feedback on the city's master plan for the park.
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