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Man Extricated From Vehicle After Stearns County Crash
A man had to be extricated from his vehicle after rolling it early Thursday morning. The Stearns County Sheriff's Office says it happened at about 1:15 a.m. on County Road 50, near Fruit Farm Road, in Collegeville Township.
Absentee Voting Starts Friday
The general election is still weeks away, but you can cast your vote already starting Friday when absentee voting for the November 6th election begins.
One Person Hurt In Two Vehicle Crash in Todd County
A semi driver was hurt when the driver of a car lost control and hit the truck. The Minnesota State Patrol says it happened just before 11:00 p.m. Tuesday on westbound Interstate 94 near West Union in Todd County.
Read, Demuth Stress Civility in Their State House Race
We know a new person will be representing Minnesota House District 13A after the November election. Republican Lisa Demuth of Cold Spring and Democrat Jim Read of Avon were on the News @ Noon Show Tuesday for a candidate forum.
Heavy Rain Likely This Week
Rounds of showers and thunderstorms are expected through Thursday. Two to four inches are likely area wide, with five or more inches possible locally.
One-Year-Old Hurt In Stearns County Crash
A one-year-old was hurt when the U-Haul truck he was riding in crashed. The Minnesota State Patrol says it happened at about 11:30 p.m. Sunday on westbound Interstate 94, east of Stearns County Road 2, in St. Joseph Township.
Summertime By George Sets New Attendance Record
A national study released this week says attendance at outdoor festivals increased by 3.4 percent from 2012 to 2017. Just over 24 percent of U.S. adults said they attended an outdoor concert last year.
What Are the Rules On Making Claims in Political Ads?
Political ads describing candidates as "dishonest", "criminal", and "crooked" have started to pop-up this election season. That had us wondering, what are the rules when it comes to making statements about a political opponent?
Planned Children's Museum Will Need $7-$10 Million to Open
Earlier this week we learned a non-profit group wants to turn a bank into a children's museum in downtown St. Cloud. We now have a better idea of what it will take to make that a reality. Great River Children's Exploratorium board member Glen Palm was on the News @ Noon Show Wednesday.