KSTP Year in Review: 2017's Top 5 Entertainment Stories

December 28, 2017 09:57 PM

The video above aired in October when KSTP talked to a Tom Petty fan who met the rock star when he visited Minnesota in June.

From Tom Petty granting a Roseville woman's dying wish weeks before his own death to unsanitary conditions in Minneapolis strip clubs, here are the top five entertainment stories on KSTP in 2017.


1. Petty Grants Terminally Ill Roseville Woman's Wish

2. Report: 'Significant Health and Safety Concerns' in Minneapolis Strip Clubs

3. Mary Tyler Moore Dead at Age 80

  • The world said goodbye to Mary Tyler Moore in January 2017 when she died at age 80. In the 1970s, Moore created one of TV's first career-woman sitcom heroines in "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," which took place in Minneapolis.

4. St. Cloud Man Arrested for Allegedly Setting Fire to Adult Entertainment Store

  • Police say the 32-year-old man entered the Pure Pleasure store in November poured gasoline on the store's interior and lit it on fire.

5. Valleyfair to Launch New Ride in 2018

  • Valley Fair has a new ride coming in 2018 that will take Delirious riders, upside-down, will coil up a seven-story, 360-degree freestanding structure in a high speed train.



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