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Appeals Court Upholds Conviction Of St. Cloud Killer

The sentence for a man convicted of fatally shooting an acquaintance at a poker game in St. Cloud will stand. The state Court of Appeals has upheld the conviction and sentence Leun Thongpasom.

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SCSU Starts School Year With High Crime Rate [AUDIO]

There has been a rash of burglaries in Southeast St. Cloud all year, and now that the St. Cloud State University students are back on campus, the number of break-ins seem to have only gotten worse.

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Former Missouri Monk Admits Abuse, Lawsuit Implicates Area Church Officials in Cover-Up

A former monk at a Benedictine monastery in northwestern Missouri is admitting that he had inappropriate sexual relations with several members of a boys choir in the 1980s.

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Maimuna Mohamud (Stearns County Jail photo)
Maimuna Mohamud (Stearns County Jail photo)
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St. Cloud Woman Pleads Guilty To Child Abuse

A 30-year-old St. Cloud woman pled guilty today (Thursday) to abusing two of her children. Maimuna Mohamud pled guilty in Stearns County Court to the felony charges of Malicious Punishment Of a Child.

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Buffalo Man Gets Prison Time In One-Punch Fatal Assault

A man has been sentenced to five years in prison for a one-punch assault outside a St. Michael bar that led to another man's death. Wright County District Judge Kathleen Mottl on Friday issued the maximum sentence to 24-year-old Alexander Tuomisto that she could under the terms of Tuomisto's plea bargain.

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St. John’s Abuse Suits Settled

An attorney for nine alleged sexual abuse victims says a settlement has been reached with St. John's Abbey in Collegeville.

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Sentencing Set For Man Who Encouraged Suicides

A sentencing date has been set in Minnesota for the former nurse who used the Internet to encourage two people to kill themselves. William Melchert-Dinkel is scheduled to appear in Rice County District Court on May 4 to learn his sentence.

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Possible MN Sex Offender Releases Draw Concern

Lawmakers are reacting skeptically to the prospect that two violent sex offenders could be released from a state treatment program. Court files identify them as John Rydberg and Thomas Duvall.

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Federal Judge Won’t Stop DEA Ban on ‘Fake Pot’

A federal judge has rejected an attempt by Minnesota businesses to stop the government from cracking down on synthetic marijuana.

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Report: MN Sex Offender Program Needs Space

Minnesota's sex offender program may need money for an emergency expansion this year as treatment beds fill up.

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