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Mar 20, 2019

St. Cloud State University To Honor Survivors And Victims Of Christchurch Mosque Shootings

St. Cloud State University is planning to honor the survivors and victims of the mosque shootings in Christchurch. A university spokeswoman says everyone is welcome to attend the gathering. University student groups, community leaders, and campus administrators will be attending the event. On March 15, a terrorist shot and killed 50 people at the Al […]

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Feature, Sports

Mar 20, 2019

KVSC Live Coverage Of SCSU Men’s Hockey At the Frozen Face Off

KVSC 88.1FM is your home to commercial-free live play-by-play coverage of the Huskies at the Frozen Faceoff. The #1 St. Cloud State University men’s hockey team will open play in the 2019 NCHC Frozen Faceoff Tournament on Friday, March 22 vs. Colorado College in the semi-final game at 4:08 p.m. The game will be played […]

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Area News

Mar 19, 2019

Pole Shed Near Kimball Goes Up In Flames

Authorities were able to save a building that set on fire about a mile out of Kimball on Monday. The Stearns County Sheriff’s Office says they received a call about a building fire just after 2:15 p.m. An off-duty Kimball firefighter was driving past the location, noticed smoke coming from a pole shed, and called […]

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Area News

Mar 18, 2019

Art Crawl To Be Held In St. Cloud

Downtown St. Cloud is the home of several art crawls, and the first one of 2019 is coming up. The Paramount Center for the Arts says the Art Crawl will feature live demonstrations and the High School Juried Exhibition. The demonstrations will be held in the Visual Arts Studio, while the exhibition is currently on […]

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Area News, News Release

Mar 18, 2019

Women On Wednesdays Talks about Muslim Women Leaders

The Women on Wednesday speaker series continues this week with a conversation about the rise of Muslim Women in Leadership roles.
The St. Cloud State University Women’s Center says the director of reviving the Islamic sisterhood for empowerment; Nausheena Hussain will be leading the conversation. Hussain says she wants to continue with the momentum of the nation’s first two Muslim women being elected to the U.S. House of Representatives and use that to address leadership development among Muslim girls.
The Muslim Women in Leadership presentation will be held at noon on Wednesday March 20th in the Atwood Memorial Center

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Area News

Mar 18, 2019

Man In Stearns County Jail for Wells Fargo Robbery

The man who police say robbed a Wells Fargo in St. Cloud is now in the Stearns County Jail after he was arrested at the Minneapolis St. Paul airport.
St. Cloud Police Chief Blair Anderson says 28-year-old Khalid Hassan Mohamud was arrested at the airport on unrelated charges and was facing extradition to Utah. Stearns County then notified the Hennepin County Jail of a warrant they had for Mohamud for 2nd degree aggravated robbery from the February 22nd Wells Fargo Robbery.
Mohamud was transferred to the Stearns County Jail Sunday March 17

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Feature, MNL

Mar 15, 2019

MNL Presents: War Pony Dos

Up Next on the Monday Night Live schedule is indie folk duo, War Pony Dos, out of Stearns County, MN. They will hit Your Sound Alternative’s Performance Studio at 9 p.m. on Monday, March 18 for a one-hour live performance. You can listen to Monday Night Live by tuning into KVSC 88.1 FM, stream online, or watch it live on UTVS.

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Area News

Mar 15, 2019

Milwaukee Amber Alert Could Be Tied To St. Cloud

An Amber Alert from Milwaukee is active, and St. Cloud could be the location of the missing girl. The St. Cloud Police Department says they’ve been talking with the Milwaukee Police Department about the Amber Alert for 2-year-old Noelani Robinson. St. Cloud is among several locations where agencies are searching for leads. Noelani’s father, Dariaz […]

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Area News

Mar 14, 2019

Wet and Icy Roads Send Multiple People to the Hospital

Wet and icy roads have led to a handful of car accidents in the St. Cloud area.
The Minnesota State Patrol reported at least four accidents on Wednesday were caused by hydroplaning or drivers losing control after hitting a patch of ice. Multiple people were sent to the St. Cloud Hospital due to car accidents between noon and 9p.m.
The Minnesota state patrol wants to remind everyone not to over drive road conditions. Drive slower when water is present on the road and to give yourself extra breaking time in these icy conditions.

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Feature, Music

Mar 13, 2019

Granite City Radio Theatre Survey

Did you experience our latest Granite City Radio Theatre? We would love to hear your opinion. Click HERE to take our short survey.

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Area News

Mar 13, 2019

Snow Causes roof to cave in on University Drive

With all the snow officially cleared from the road and large amounts of rain on the way, the city of St. Cloud now has a new concern at the forefront can roofs handle all the extra weight.
Over the weekend one St. Cloud building was condemned after its roof caved in. The building on the corner of University Drive and 9th Avenue South was home to Subway, Kwik Fix Electronics and Campus Book Supply. The collapse happened just after 6 p.m. Saturday night. Subway was the only business open at the time, luckily no one was hurt and a majority of the damaged was contained to the book store.
The area has been roped off and the city has ordered the building to be demolished by the end of the week.

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Area News

Mar 13, 2019

St. Cloud Calls Off Snow Emergency

The city of St. Cloud has officially called off the snow emergency issued over the weekend.
St. Cloud Maintenance supervisor Tom Zabinski says the streets have now been cleared to the best of their abilities and says thank you to everyone in the community for their efforts to clear the streets so plows could get through.
The St. Cloud Odd Even Winter parking Schedule is now back in full effect.

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