High pressure for today will give way to an approaching cold front from the Dakotas. Scattered showers with a few thunderstorms during the day Friday will become more numerous Friday night ahead of the cold front.
- Former Richmond Mayor arrested
- Vikings owner: 'We Made A Mistake'
- Enterovirus confirmed in Minnesota
- BBQ restaurant moving to Sauk Rapids
- New building at Sherburne Wildlife Refuge
- Firemen collecting money for MDA
There's a lot of buzz about the new craft brewery being planned for downtown St. Cloud. Co-owner of Beaver Island Brewing Company Nick Barth says when Bo Didley's announced plans to leave their location downtown, they knew that was the perfect location.
A craft brewery is coming to downtown St. Cloud. Nick Barth and Matt Studer have announced plans to launch Beaver Island Brewing Company. The microbrewery and taproom will open in January on 6th Avenue at the former location of Bo Diddley’s Deli in downtown St. Cloud.
A Holdingford man has been charged today (Tuesday) with attempted murder for allegedly shooting another man. Sixty-seven-year-old Edwin Vail made his first court appearance in Stearns County Court and has been charged with Second Degree Attempted Murder and First Degree Assault.
- Police searching for driver in armed robbery
- 2 people killed in crash near Monticello
- New business, apartments coming to St. Joe
- Adrian Peterson's court appearance delayed
- Radisson pulls Vikings sponsorship
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