A new trend in the clothing industry promotes minimal impact on the environment while providing high-quality products. Reporter Benton Johnson explores how this trend affects a St. Paul business.
An ongoing situation at the University of Minnesota leads to the evacuation of a campus hotel, Facebook and other social media platforms face mounting criticism, Bruno Mars wins big at the Grammy Awards, and two senators caution Trump to remain public silent on an ongoing investigation. Director Sophie Carson has today’s News in :90.
Tommie football center Matt Beck is given a national award, women’s hockey and men’s basketball stop by the Locker Room, and Assignment Editor Carolyn Meyer talks with football coach Glenn Caruso about his 10 years at St. Thomas. Sports Editor Noah Brown has today’s Sports in :60.
A man accused of driving a car into protesters in Charlottesville faces a new charge, Mario Batali faces sexual misconduct allegations, and Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announce their wedding date. Chief Story Editor Mary Brickner has today’s News in :90.
St. Thomas athletes share their Division I to Division III stories, women’s hockey squares off against Wisconsin-River Falls, and men’s basketball tries to get back to .500. Production Editor Sophie Carson has today’s Sports in :60.
Al Franken’s replacement is named, a Democrat wins the senate in Alabama for the first time since 1992, and a man who detonated a pipe bomb in a New York subway tunnel faces charges. Reporter Kailyn Johnson has today’s News in :90.
Men’s basketball hits the road, women’s basketball will play its first home game of the season, and five football players are named to the D3 Football All-West team. Reporter Brady Halbmaier has today’s Sports in :60.
The Tommies beat the Johnnies Saturday at Target Field, and Volleyball climbs to 13-2. Production editor Sophie Carson has today’s Sports in :60.
Michael Campbell is charged following the death of St. Thomas junior Ria Patel, and Hurricane Maria makes landfall in the Caribbean. Designer Jon Westerberg has today’s News in :90.
The Tommie football team visited the Locker Room before tomorrow’s showdown with arch-rival St. John’s. Production editor Sophie Carson has today’s Sports in :60.
A unanimous Supreme Court ruled that police may not search the cellphones of people they arrest without a search warrant.
A 15-year-old slipping past layers of security made it clear that a determined person can still get into a supposedly safe area and sneak onto a plane.
An explosion has leveled a New York City apartment building, killing one person and injuring 15 others.
President Obama vowed in his State of the Union address to sidestep Congress “whenever and wherever” necessary to narrow economic disparities.
Police say they arrested a bleary-eyed Bieber — smelling of alcohol — after officers saw him drag-racing before dawn on a palm-lined residential street.