A St. Cloud family will be featured tomorrow (Thursday) night on a national TV special. ABC's Good Morning America host Robin Roberts is hosting a show called "Thank You America: A Celebration Of America's Unsung Heroes."
This is the first Thanksgiving weekend in a long time where there's been regular flights in-and-out of the St. Cloud Regional Airport. Airport Director Bill Towle says the terminal has been busier than normal the past couple of days.
- Peaceful rally at St. Cloud State University
- Waite Park hoping to lure 2 new hotels
- Reported stolen coins found in another room
- Local unemployment his 13 year low
- Survey: Minnesotans concerned about climate change
Carrying signs that read "Love Not Hate" and "United In Peace" about 40 students rallied this (Tuesday) evening at St. Cloud State University. They were demonstrating against the grand jury's decision on Monday not to indict police officer Darren Wilson who shot and killed Michael Brown back in August in Ferguson, Missouri.
The unemployment rate in the St. Cloud metro area is the lowest its been in 13 years. The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development says our unemployment rate in October was 3.1 percent.
The majority of Minnesotans believe that climate change is happening, and that it's mainly being caused by human activity. That's according to the results of the recently conducted St. Cloud State University fall survey.
The Husky Sports Band is presenting its annual "Sounds Of The Stadium" concert this (Tuesday) evening. The program featuring the highlights from the 2014 football season is at 7:30 p.m. in Stewart Hall's Ritsche Auditorium.
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