St. Joseph Family Puts on Light-Show For All to See [VIDEO]
For most families, a simple string of lights on the patio may do it for Christmas... for the Ritter family of St. Joseph, nothing less than a neighborhood level display will do.
Holiday Train to Chug Through Central Minnesota
You can get into the holiday spirit as the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train moves through central Minnesota this week.
Two Men Die from Falling Through Ice on Fish Trap Lake
Two men died after falling through the ice on a Morrison County Lake over the weekend.
WalletHub Study: St. Cloud is Responsible with Credit Card Use
As the holiday season is definitely here many of us are spending more on decorations, travel, food and of course, presents. To pay for all of these goodies you might have decided to give your credit card a little workout.
Mom's Cinnamon Rolls Closes After 30-Years [VIDEO]
For three decades, Mom's Cinnamon Rolls has called Crossroads Center in St. Cloud their home and now the business is closing.
Level Three Predatory Offender Moving to St. Cloud
A level three predatory offender is moving into a St. Cloud neighborhood and police are holding an informational meeting Tuesday night.
Thriving Local: Scenic Sign Corp. Going Strong for 60+ Years
What started as a billboard company in 1956, Scenic Sign Corp. has since grown into a full-service sign company. The business is our next stop in our Thriving Local series.
Willmar Man Sentenced on Several Weapons Charges
A Willmar man faces 36 months in prison after a federal judge sentenced 46-year-old Chad Monson on several weapons charges.
St. Cloud Man Sentenced for Fatally Punching Waconia Man
A St. Cloud man has been sentenced to just over seven years in prison for fatally punching a man in August 2017.
Sheriff: Collegeville Resident Loses $150K in Phone Scam
A Collegeville resident has lost about $150,000 in a scam that took place throughout most of the year.
SCSU Students Play Role in New Tech Used at US Bank Stadium
St. Cloud State University students played an important role in creating new technology that will be heavily used by US Bank Stadium.
SCSU's Eastman Hall Renovation to Wrap Up this Spring [VIDEO]
Renovations to a building that opened nearly 90 years ago on the campus of St. Cloud State University are going according to plan.
Community Comes Together for Angel of Hope Candlelight Vigil
It was frigid Thursday night as folks came out to honor their loved ones who have passed during the What Would Bri Do, Angel of Hope Candlelight Vigil.
Granite City May Soon be Home to Community 'Makerspace'
A spot for people who like to work with tools, and those who want to see what they can make with their hands may soon call St. Cloud home.
St. Cloud Hospital Lights up Christmas for 30th Year [PHOTOS]
The cold couldn't chill the Granite City's Christmas spirit Thursday night as dozens attended St. Cloud Hospital's 30th Annual Festival of Lights.
UPDATE: Mule Owners Found by Sheriff's Office
The owner of two mules lost near Belgrade have been found, and they should be home safely soon.
HO HO HO! Santa's Coming to Central Minnesota
Jolly old Saint Nick is busy over the next few weeks as he makes several stops around the St. Cloud Metro and central Minnesota to say hi to all the boys and girls before Christmas.
University of Minnesota Picks Sole Finalist for Next President
The University of Minnesota may soon have its first woman president, as they've picked Joan Gabel as the sole finalist to become the university's 17th president.
Phone Scam Circulating in Waite Park
A recent phone scam is circulating in the Waite Park area.
Sartell-St. Stephen Looks to Move Forward After Levy Defeat
After voters shot down a proposed operational levy for the new Sartell High School last month, the district is looking for move forward, and hear from their constituents.