Townsquare Media St. Cloud News Reporter Jeff McMahon is a native of Niagara, North Dakota, and graduate of Minnesota State University – Moorhead. In addition to growing up on, and managing the family farm for more than four decades, he’s been around local radio since 1990. A coach at heart, he’s dabbled in high school and community theater directing, teaching, and (shudder) behind-the-wheel driving instruction. Jeff was named to “Who’s Who in American Agriculture” in 2011 and completed The Executive Program for Agricultural Producers (Austin, TX), the Lafayette Agricultural Trading Academy (Wayzata, MN), and the Emerging Digital Academy (Fargo, ND).
Moose Turns Heads Across Central Minnesota – Fans Start Facebook Page
A Facebook group called “Central MN Moose on the Loose” has been tracking what appears to be a young moose since its first appearance on September 23rd in Alton, Iowa.
Target Considers Changes to Self-Checkouts
In an effort to speed up checkout lines and reduce errors, Target has announced it will make some changes to the self-checkout lanes.
REALLY? Twin Cities Man Claims to Lose $171,000 in Excelsior ATM?
A Wayzata man is looking for a missing deposit of more than $171,000.
CAUGHT ON VIDEO! Car Runs Into Minneapolis Protestors
Authorities are investigating an incident over the weekend at a protest in Loring Park.
Updated: 5 Officers Shot, Suspect Identified
Officials say there is no danger to the public, but they ask that everyone avoid the area near the intersection of 190th Ave Northeast and Glendorado Road.
MN Department of Health Expands Virus Testing in the Twin Cities
Starting Friday, September 1st, samples of wastewater at the Metro Plant in St. Paul will be tested at the University of Minnesota Medical School and the Minnesota Department of Public Health’s Public Health Laboratory.
Hyundai and Kia Recall 92,000 Cars and SUVs
Hyundai and Kia are recalling almost 92,000 cars and SUVs because a controller in the transmission oil pump could overheat and cause fires.
Salmonella Outbreak Reported in Twin Cities
The M-D-H says five illnesses caused by Salmonella have been reported in children aged three months to ten years old. The families of two children reported drinking unpasteurized milk, also known as raw milk. One of the children was infected with two types of E. coli in addition to Salmonella.
MN Flags Lowered in Honor of Fargo Police Officer
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has ordered all U.S. and Minnesota flags lowered to half-staff through sunset on July 22nd in honor of Fargo Police Officer Jake Wallin.
More COVID Tests Are Available In Minnesota
Minnesotans who have previously received the limit of eight at-home tests can now apply for an additional four tests per household. Anyone who has not applied for the at-home tests can now receive up to 12 tests per household while supplies last.