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Jenny Berg has spent the last decade covering central Minnesota news for various publications, including the Litchfield Independent Review — where she was named Minnesota Newspaper Association's New Journalist of the Year for weeklies — and the St. Cloud Times. She studied journalism and political science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Outside of work, she spends much of her time with her dogs, Juniper and August.


Minnesota briefs: New tool provides water health information for thousands of Minnesota lakes

Plus: St. Louis County Sheriff's Office launches crime-mapping site; USDA pursuing applications to improve rural transportation.


Police ID St. Cloud man fatally shot last week

The 53-year-old died at the scene.


Police identify Sartell man, 4-month-old found dead after fire

The man died of a suspected self-inflicted gunshot wound and the child's death is being investigated as a homicide, police say.


Bob Johnson to step down as director of St. Cloud's Paramount Center for the Arts

Johnson came to the Paramount Center in 2015 after four decades in the health care field.


Minnesota briefs: U.S. Rep. Brad Finstad proposes renaming Blue Earth post office after Jim Hagedorn

Plus: St. Cloud open houses planned for proposed Mississippi bridge; Duluth's WDSE-WRPT rebranded as PBS North.


Man, infant dead in Sartell apartment fire

The BCA is assisting in the death investigation.


Bob Leaders, who helped the 'average man' learn to fly, dies at 89

The Clear Lake resident opened Leaders Flying Service in 1969 and was inducted to the Minnesota Aviation Hall of Fame in 2018.


St. Cloud woman charged with manslaughter in toddler's fentanyl overdose death

She initially told hospital staff that the child had eaten a Benadryl tablet, the criminal complaint said.


Man fatally shot in St. Cloud on Tuesday

Authorities say the suspects fled the scene.


U, CentraCare plan St. Cloud med school with rural health focus

If approved by the University of Minnesota Board of Regents, the campus would be the state's first new medical school in 50 years.