Report: St. Cloud Worker Used Drugs With Vulnerable AdultThe investigation by the Minnesota Department of Human Services also found that the worker gave the vulnerable adult money to buy drugs.
'Somebody Had A Change Of Heart': Stolen Baby Jesus Figurine Returned To Historic St. Cloud NativityA 75-year-old baby Jesus figurine from a beloved St. Cloud nativity scene was returned after being stolen a year ago.
Minneapolis Man, pooG DaBleed DevilDrugChristLord, Charged With Attempted MurderCharges have been filed against a Minneapolis man in connection with a 42-year-old woman's shooting in St. Cloud earlier this week.
2 Arrested In Shooting Of 42-Year-Old St. Cloud WomanPolice say the suspects fled the scene after the shooting, but were found about an hour after the shooting.
Police Arrest 2 Suspects In Woman's Shooting In St. CloudAuthorities arrested two suspects after a woman was shot and seriously wounded in St. Cloud on Wednesday.
Flags Flown At Half-Staff In Honor Of Fallen National Guard SoldiersIn honor and remembrance of a fallen Minnesota National Guard soldier, Gov. Tim Walz has ordered all flags to be flown at half-staff at state and federal buildings on Sunday.
Baby Jesus Missing From St. Cloud Nativity Scene For A YearA baby Jesus statue has been missing from a nativity scene in downtown St. Cloud for a year.
3 Minnesota Families Planning Memorial Services For Guardsmen Killed In Chopper CrashA U.S. Army safety investigation team from Fort Rucker, Alabama, is investigating the crash site. There's no timeline of when information will be released to the public.
'They Paid The Ultimate Price': Minnesota National Guard Soldiers Killed In Helicopter Crash IdentifiedThe names of the three Minnesota National Guard members killed this week in a helicopter crash are now public.
MnDOT To Light I-35W Bridge In Minneapolis Red, White & Blue To Honor Helicopter Crash VictimsGov. Tim Walz ordered all United States flags and Minnesota flags to be flown at half-staff at all state and federal buildings beginning at 2:05 p.m. Friday
Family Raises Flag Near Where Black Hawk Helicopter CrashedThe family that owns the property where a Black Hawk helicopter crashed Thursday, killing three Minnesota National Guard members, has raised an American flag near the crash site.