Report: Alexandria's J.C. Penney Store to Close
The J.C. Penney department store in Alexandria will be closing later this year. That's according to a report from CNBC.
Police: Shots Fired During South St. Cloud Robbery
St. Cloud police are looking for two suspects after three people say they were robbed at gunpoint. The incident happened just before midnight Wednesday near the intersection of 8th Avenue and 6th Street South.
St. Cloud Area Teams Competing At State Dance Tournament
The best dance teams in the state will be competing this weekend at Target Center in Minneapolis. The State Girls Dance Team Tournament is Friday and Saturday.
MN Political Clothing Law to be Argued at U.S. Supreme Court
The United States Supreme Court is getting ready to hear a Minnesota case. It has to do with a lawsuit over Minnesota's state law prohibiting wearing political clothes and buttons at a polling place on election day.
UPDATE: Stearns County Road Reopens, Crash Details Limited
A county road north of Cold Spring is now reopened after being shut down Wednesday morning following a crash.
Tech, Sartell/Cathedral Athletes Competing At Nordic Ski Meet
The State Nordic Ski meet is Thursday up at Giants Ridge near Biwabik. Several local competitors will be in the competition.
5 Finalists Announced for Sauk Rapids-Rice Superintendent
The Sauk Rapids-Rice school board has named their five finalists for the open superintendent position.
Three Tech Athletes Will Compete At State Alpine Ski Meet
The State Alpine Ski Meet is Wednesday and St. Cloud Tech has three kids in the competition.
St. Cloud City Council Approves Rezoning Part of Heritage Park
Despite several residents speaking out against the project, the St. Cloud City Council has given their first official approval of a plan to allow Costco to move into town.
St. Cloud City Council Approves Anna Marie's Expansion Project
A plan to expand the Anna Marie's Alliance building has been given the approval by the St. Cloud City Council. The council needed to vote to rezone the property in that area in order for the project to move forward.
Olympic Sports: Curling A Popular Sport in Central Minnesota
The sport of curling is getting a lot of media coverage again this year during the Winter Olympics. Most of team USA is made-up of people from Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Extreme Horse Skijoring Coming to Minnesota
For the first time ever, the sport of extreme horse skijoring is coming to Minnesota. The event is being held this Saturday at Canterbury Park in Shakopee. Spokesman Ted Slather says it's a combination of horse racing and skiing.
Bishop Kettler Announces Listening Session in Cold Spring
A listening session has been scheduled for Tuesday in Cold Spring. Bishop Donald Kettler will hold the meeting at 7:00 p.m. at St. Boniface Church.
Federal Officials Meet with Electrolux Workers in St. Cloud
Minnesota's highest elected federal officials were all in St. Cloud Saturday to meet with community leaders and workers impacted by the announced closure of the Electrolux plant.
Buffalo Man Hurt While in Crash While Swerving to Avoid Animal
A Buffalo man was hurt in a crash on Friday night. The Minnesota State Patrol says it happened just before 7:00 p.m. on Highway 55 in Rockford Township.
Now You Can 'Buy' Your Own Day At the Library
Want your own day at the public library? Now you can! "Own A Day" is the newest way to help support the Great River Regional Library.
Follow Up: Demolition Has Begun On Corner of Cooper, Division
Demolition crews are starting to tear down the vacant buildings at the corner of Cooper Avenue and Division Street in St. Cloud.
4-Year-Old Hit By Vehicle in Browerville
A four-year-old has been hospitalized after being struck by a vehicle. The Todd County Sheriff's Office says it happened at about 4:15 on Wednesday afternoon on 8th Street West in Browerville.
Vietnam War, The Beatles, Mr. Rogers: Check Out The 1968 Exhibit
The Beatles were on the radio and Rowan & Martin's "Laugh-In" was on the TV, the year was 1968. You can check out "The 1968 Exhibit" right now at the Minnesota History Center in St. Paul.
Send A Valentine's Day Card to Our Central Minnesota Veterans
This year for Valentine's Day consider sending a card to a veteran. Once again this year, the St. Cloud VA Health Care System is accepting Valentine's cards and letters on behalf of local veterans.