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St. Cloud Rescinds Snow Emergency, Plows Still Working

The city of St. Cloud has rescinded the Snow Emergency which went into effect early Tuesday.

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Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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UPDATE: Some State Football Games At Husky Stadium Shifted Due To Expected Cold

The Minnesota State High School League has shifted some of the state high school football games at Husky Stadium, because of the expected cold temperatures.

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The Bayou Flats (Photo: Collegeville Companies)
The Bayou Flats (Photo: Collegeville Companies)
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St. Joseph Planning for New Brewery [AUDIO]

A new brewery is being planned at the Bayou Flats development in St. Joseph.

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Bob Bell
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News @ Noon: St. John’s Professor Writes Book About Life As A Quadriplegic [AUDIO]

A professor at St. John's University and the College of St. Benedict has written a book that cronicals his life since he became a quadriplegic. It was 25 years ago next week when Bob Bell was a freshman at St. John's.

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Ashli Gerdes
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Sartell Police Officers to Mentor Youth With “Bigs in Blue” Program [AUDIO]

Sartell police officers will be spending more time with the youth in the community over the next year.

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Powder Ridge set to open this weekend (Heidi Gustin)
Powder Ridge set to open this weekend (Heidi Gustin)
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Recent Snow Just in Time For Opening Weekend At Powder Ridge [AUDIO]

The early winter arrival has the slopes at Power Ridge ready to open this weekend.

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Wrong Way Driver Causes Four Vehicle Crash On Interstate 94

Four vehicles were involved in a crash on Interstate 94 in Wright County last (Tuesday) night. The State Patrol says the incident happened at about 6:45 p.m.

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Luis Rosa, Mille Lacs County Jail
Luis Rosa, Mille Lacs County Jail
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St. Cloud Teen Arrested In Sister’s Shooting Death

Authorities have arrested an 18-year-old St. Cloud man who they say fatally shot his 16-year-old sister. The teen was being held in the Mille Lacs County Jail on Tuesday on probable cause for second-degree murder.

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Howie's Bar and Grill off of 9th Avenue North. (Dan DeBaun, WJON News)
Howie's Bar and Grill off of 9th Avenue North. (Dan DeBaun, WJON News)
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Frozen in Time: Howie’s Sports Bar and Grill [VIDEO]

Located off of 9th Avenue North, Howie’s Sports Bar and Grill started in St. Cloud in 1986 and has become a favorite destination for area sports fans.

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Getty Images
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Early Snow Fall Not What Farmers Were Hoping For [AUDIO]

Local farmers had an unexpected surprise when winter arrived early throughout Central Minnesota.

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