01/18/2017 - 12:30 PM
On Tuesday Jan. 17, the Central Minnesota Violent Offender Task Force carried out a search warrant in the south side neighborhood after receiving tips that controlled substances were being sold from a home at 1202 6th Ave. S. in St Cloud.
Task Force Commander Steve Soyka says they located methamphetamine, heroin and over 1,000 pills that are suspected to contain ecstasy. The pills have an estimated street value of $25,000. Officers located two stolen motor scooters along with a stolen motorcycle.
Dylan Michael Kelley, 25, of St. Cloud, is a suspect in custody. He is facing charges of 2nd degree possession, 2nd degree possession with intent to distribute, and 3 counts of possession of stolen property. The charges also have a chance to be intensified because Kelley's home is close to the Boys and Girls Club.
The Central Minnesota Violent Offenders Task Force received help from the St. Cloud Police Department Community Outpost. The task force is made up of officers from St. Cloud, Little Falls and Sauk Rapids, and deputies from Stearns, Benton, Sherburne, Morrison and Todd County Sheriff Offices.
01/18/2017 - 11:00 AM
The School of Public Affairs, or SOPA, is inviting speakers to talk about opportunities for employment in the U.S. Department of State.
SOPA says students can come learn how to land a job, internship or fellowship with the department. This session will take place Friday, Jan. 27 from 10-11:15 a.m. in SCSU’s Atwood Theatre.
On the same day, there also will be a Diversity Job and Internship Fair. Representatives from the U.S. Department of State will be attending along with many Minnesota businesses.
If you can’t attend the events, you can sign up for virtual sessions here. These sessions include: finding and applying for jobs in federal government, writing your federal resume, interviewing, pathways programs for interns and recent graduates, employment for individuals with disabilities, and more.
The Job and Internship Fair will take place Friday, Jan. 27 on the second floor of Atwood from 1-4 p.m.
01/18/2017 - 10:15 AM
There's an update on the fatal car crash near Clearwater that happened earlier this week.
The Stearns County Sheriff’s Office released the name of the man who was killed Monday after his car was engulfed in flames on County Road 75. The driver was 22-year-old Marcus Joseph Sabel of St. Cloud.
Sabel’s car was found crashed into a tree on Co. Rd. 75 near 221st Street. The Clearwater Fire Department extinguished the flames and removed Sabel from the driver’s seat.
The crash is still under investigation.
01/17/2017 - 2:30 AM
An air quality advisory has been issued by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. The advisory is taking place until midnight Tuesday for 7 counties in the Twin Cities area.
Meteorology Prof. Bob Weisman, of St. Cloud State University, says the increase of dirt particles in the air has caused the air quality index, AQI, to rise into the upper moderate range. This increase is unhealthy for people with sensitive breathing, the elderly, and children.
With the return of commute- people driving back and forth to work- after the long weekend and low clouds, levels of pollution will continue to increase the AQI to over 100. This could increase health risks to those mentioned.
01/17/2017 - 2:30 AM
Drivers should expect slippery spots on the roads after Monday’s rain and Tuesday's freezing temperatures.
Bob Weisman, a Meteorology Professor at St. Cloud State University, says icy roads have caused an unusually high number of accidents in the Twin Cities during Tuesday morning’s treacherous commute.
The storm system passed through central Minnesota to the Twin Cities and then continued south.
For more information about road conditions and this week’s forecast, visit Bob Weisman's page on St. Cloud State University's website.
01/17/2017 - 2:10 AM
Employers will be at St. Cloud State University Wednesday to offer resume advice to students.
The campus Career Center says 55 representatives from 29 organizations are coming to meet with students in preparation for a big job and internship fair next week.
Organizations that will be there include: Capital One, CentraCare Health, Polaris and Target, among others.
Wednesday's career prep event is meant to provide students with coaching and advice so they can prepare for the main job fair Jan. 27. Known as the "big job fair," next week's event is a more formal meeting between employers and participating students.
On Wednesday, students are encouraged to bring their resume and dress casually. The career prep event will take place from 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. in the SCSU Atwood Ballroom.
01/17/2017 - 2:00 AM
Minn. Gov. Mark Dayton is pushing republicans to pass immediate health care insurance relief that would cut health care premiums up to 25 percent for nearly 125,000 people.
Dayton's Office says if the proposal passes, the relief could come as soon as this month. Without this proposal, some Minnesotans would be without proper health care until January of 2018.
The plan Dayton is proposing would create zero additional spending.
If it does not pass, the governor adds the republican's plan will cost taxpayers an additional $20 million, and will leave many without health insurance until 2018.
01/17/2017 - 1:10 AM
One man is dead after his car was found engulfed in flames Monday, northwest of Clearwater.
The Stearns County Sheriff’s Office says a car crashed into a tree on Co. Rd. 75 near 221st St. The Clearwater Fire Department extinguished the flames and removed a body from the driver’s seat.
Deputies brought the man’s body to the Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office for an autopsy and identification.
The crash is still under investigation.
The Minnesota State Patrol, Wright County Sheriff’s Office, St. Cloud Fire and Gold Cross Ambulance also assisted at the scene.
01/16/2017 - 4:20 AM
The Minnesota State Patrol reported two unrelated accidents near St. Cloud Sunday in which people ended up in the hospital.
The first crash happened along Highway 23 in Saint Joseph Township just after 2:30 p.m. Two cars, a Nissan Altima and Subaru, were driving side-by-side. Another car, a Chevrolet Malibu driven by 28-year-old Yahya Abdi of Willmar, was merging onto the highway from westbound Interstate 94.
Abdi failed to yield are crashed with the Subaru, which then hit the Nissan. The driver of the Nissan, 45-year-old William Thelen of Cold Spring, and his passenger were not injured. Abdi and the Subaru driver, 47-year-old Melinda Metz of Richmond, were taken to the St. Cloud hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Another accident was reported just before 9 p.m. in St. Cloud. Emily Bushman, 24, of Albany, was driving her car south along Highway 15. As she approached 12th St. N., the car veered into the ditch and rolled on its roof. She was treated for non-life threatening injuries at the St. Cloud Hospital.
01/13/2017 - 3:20 AM
Coming up Monday morning, a celebration breakfast and day of service in honor of Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. will be taking place on the campus of St. Cloud State University.
This will be the fourth year of the gathering, and it’s a time when people can connect with each other and explore ways to promote togetherness with community members.
Civil Rights Icon, Author and Business Executive Myrlie Evers-Williams will be speaking along with Minneapolis-based performers, VocalEssence to help celebrate the life of MLK.
St. Cloud State is teaming with General Mills Foundation, United Negro College Fund and Twin Cities Public Television to broadcast Evers-Williams’ presentation.
The breakfast will take place in the SCSU Atwood Ballroom on the campus of SCSU from 7:30-9:30 a.m. Parking lots will be free Monday on campus, except the 4th Ave. ramp, handicapped spots, 15-minute parking and maintenance-vehicle stalls.
01/13/2017 - 2:10 AM
The Stearns County Sheriff’s Office conducted a traffic saturation that concentrated on texting while driving violations, according to Sheriff John Sanner.
The areas of focus included parts of Division St. and Roosevelt Rd. in St. Cloud and 10th Ave. in Waite Park. Fifteen drivers were cited for texting while driving during the exercise.
Other citations handed out during this time include: three for driving after license revocation, two seat belt violations, four no-proof-of-insurance citations and one for inattentive driving.
The exercise took place Thursday, Jan. 12.
01/13/2017 - 2:00 AM
St. Cloud will be host to a celebration for World Religion Day.
The Baha’i Community of Central Minnesota is partnering with #UniteCloud for the event, and say it will include “prayers of unity, refreshments, and friendship continuing to unite the people of St. Cloud.”
The event takes place on Saturday, Jan. 14. from 3-4 p.m. in the Array room on the first floor of the Great River Regional Library in St. Cloud.
01/12/2017 - 2:45 AM
A man from Albany, Minn., has been sentenced to 20 years in prison.
The Stearns County Attorney’s Office says that Robert Kaiser stood before a judge Thursday and was sentenced to 240 months in prison. On Oct. 28, 2016, Kaiser was charged with two counts of second degree murder.
A Stearns County jury found him guilty. One count was for the murder of his infant son. The murders happened in August 2014.
The court handed a large sentence because the vulnerability of the victim made the situation more serious.
01/12/2017 - 1:30 AM
The St. Cloud School District will get more than $40,000 for better access to high-speed internet.
The governor’s office says 12 school districts across Minnesota received grant money to make sure students have better internet connections on the bus and at home. Grants were announced by Lt. Gov. Tina Smith and the Department of Education.
Money can be used to equip buses with wireless hotspots so students can do homework on their way to and from school. Schools may also purchase hotspots, data cards and other mobile broadband devices for students to check out and use at home.
Thirty-three districts applied for this grant, but only twelve were awarded due to limited funding. The legislation capped grant money at $50,000 per district. St. Cloud received $40,546.
Since districts still need funding, the ongoing need for investment in rural high-speed internet remains.
01/12/2017 - 11:10 AM
A road construction project is set to expand Highway 23 between Paynesville and Richmond, and for folks wanting more information, an open house will be held this evening.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation says the Highway 23 expansion project will add more lanes to this stretch of road.
There are about 15 miles of the highway between Willmar and Interstate 94 that is not four-lanes wide, and the stretch from Paynesville and Richmond is part of it.
The Highway 23 expansion project is part of the Corridors of Commerce program, created by the Legislature in 2013. Funding for the program comes from MnDOT, and aims at fostering economic growth by allowing more cars on major roads.
If you’re looking for more information about the Paynesville-Richmond expansion, you can attend an open house today from 4-6 p.m. at the St. Peter and Paul Gymnasium. The gym is located at 110 Central Ave. N. in Richmond.
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