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Wind Chill Advisory Again on Tuesday Morning

Brace yourself for one of the coldest mornings of the season so far. The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Advisory of much of Minnesota from 3:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. tomorrow (Tuesday).

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Joe Whitcomb
Joe Whitcomb
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Reboot Your Relationship – Trust & Forgiveness

Are you now, or have you ever had trust issues with your significant other, that left scars on your life that are affecting your current relationship?

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Photo: Cold Spring-Richmond Police Department
Photo: Cold Spring-Richmond Police Department
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Cold Spring Expecting to get New Police Dog [AUDIO]

A new police dog is expected to join the Cold Spring-Richmond Police Department.

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Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News
Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News
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New York & Company in Crossroads Center Closing

New York & Company inside Crossroads Center will soon be closing down. Management says the store will officially close on January 24th and declined to comment on why the store is closing.

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Dogs Without Proper Shelter Could Leave Owners in the Doghouse [AUDIO]

With our recent stretch of cold weather, animal lovers are concerned about dogs being left outside. St. Cloud Animal Control Officer Matt O'Brien says there's a statewide animal cruelty statute that's in effect from November 1st through March 31st.

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Sauk Rapids Herald Owner is Ready to Retire

If you've always wanted to run your own newspaper, here's your chance. It's billed as "the state's oldest weekly newspaper", and it is up for sale. Owner and editor of the Sauk Rapids Herald Rollie Doroff has owned the paper since 1970. He says he's selling the paper, with an option to buy the building.

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Stearns County Courthouse, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Stearns County Courthouse, Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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Jury Selection Begins Today in St. Cloud for Man Accused of Killing Police Officer

Defense attorneys will be looking for jurors in Stearns County who are impartial to Brian Fitch, the man accused of killing a police officer in Dakota County. Jury selection begins Monday in St. Cloud.

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Photo by Isaac Schweer, WJON
Photo by Isaac Schweer, WJON
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Cuisine Unseen: St. Benedict’s Senior Community Cafe Serves Variety Of Dishes [VIDEO]

In our final installment of Cuisine Unseen, we head to the St. Benedict's Senior Community in St. Cloud to check out their cafe, whose wide-ranging menu feeds all who come through.

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Area Districts Deal With Substitute Teacher Shortages [AUDIO]

Some are school districts are dealing with shortages of substitute teachers. Economists say stronger area job markets in the state has people turning to other positions besides substitute teaching.

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Brian Fitch Senior
Brian Fitch Senior
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Suspect In Minnesota Police Killing Goes On Trial Monday in St. Cloud

A man charged with killing a Mendota Heights police officer last summer and trying to kill other officers in a shootout that day goes on trial Monday in St. Cloud.

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