St. Cloud State University
According to a new survey of 600 randomly-chosen Minnesotans of voting age, St. Cloud State University pollsters found that of likely voters, 51 percent planned to vote against the constitutional amendment to define marriage as solely between one man and one woman.
St. Cloud State University is remodeling its national hockey center to handle the crowds.
A reported “weapon” that caused a lockdown at a St. Cloud State University building turned out to be a tool for an educational project, according to police.
Minnesota Republican officials are threatening the St. Cloud State University chapter of College Republicans with sanctions if they host a fiery pastor.
A decision to close the aviation program at St. Cloud State University is not sitting well with some in that community. The flight school is among 32 programs eliminated over the last two years as a result of the university’s cost-cutting initiative.
They are the future television reporters and video storytellers, and dozens of Minnesota high school and college students received the equivalent of an Emmy award this weekend.
A Twin Cities soldier was among those killed when two Army helicopters crashed at a base in Washington, WCCO-TV learned on Wednesday. Sergeant Lucas Sigfrid died Monday night in the accident.
A statewide poll by St. Cloud State University poll finds more people opposed to than in favor of next year’s constitutional amendment to ban same-sex marriage, but by a very slim margin.
Protestors created a scene when Gov. Mark Dayton visited St. Cloud State University Thursday.
St. Cloud State University has canceled its homecoming festivities, but that hasn’t stopped a group of downtown bars from staging an unofficial homecoming celebration.
St. Cloud State University will soon implement a policy to eliminate tobacco use on its campus.
Alumni will always be welcome at St. Cloud State University, but homecoming is dead.
Nearly 8,000 Xcel Energy customers in St. Cloud and Waite Park are without power as a major snow storm blows through the state.
How does leading a baseball team compare to leading a small town? The residents of Loretto, Minn. will find out soon when a star second baseman becomes the city’s mayor, even though he’s only 23.
Deep underground, in a high-ceilinged room labeled “Handball Court No. 1″ at Halenbeck Hall, Mike DeNucci is hard at work trying to accomplish what some might think impossible.