03/29/2017 - 3:40 PM
New information has been released by the St. Cloud Police Department in the case of missing St. Cloud State University student Jesse Dady.
In an update just before 2 p.m. today, Assistant Police Chief Jeff Oxton says they received new video footage that shows Dady walking east onto the railroad bridge which spans the Mississippi River. Due to distance and darkness, the video quality is poor, but at about one third of the way across the bridge, Dady can no longer be seen. Police say that Dady may have fallen.
Police say he was alone on the bridge, which is difficult and dangerous to walk on, and that the bridge is not intended for pedestrian use.
Water search efforts had to be cancelled on Monday night because of darkness. On Tuesday, the water search began again and crews from Stearns County and Hennepin County Sheriff’s Departments focused on the area underneath the bridge, but the results were inconclusive. Water searching operations will potentially resume Thursday.
Oxton reaffirmed it is important to note that all of the surveillance video and all other information in this investigation supports the fact that no foul play is suspected.
Twenty-one-year-old Dady went missing on Saturday, March 26. St. Cloud State University officials have been meeting with Dady’s family, roommates and friends to offer any support that is needed.
03/29/2017 - 1:00 PM
The College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University’s music departments are presenting their annual Opera Workshop this weekend.
Directors Dr. Carolyn Finley and Tom Speckhard say this is a great opportunity for students to get an in-depth study, practice and presentation of classical and contemporary operas. This year’s work shop includes excerpts of “the Telephone,” “A Game of Chance” and “Princess Ida.”
There will be four performances this weekend at the Stephen B. Humphrey Theatre on the campus of Saint John’s University. Doors open at 8 p.m. on Thursday and Friday and 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.
03/29/2017 - 10:30 AM
Do you like maple syrup? This weekend is the last chance to visit Stearns County’s maple syrup operation at Wildwood County Park.
Operation Managers Tom and Shelly Carlson say they have been collecting sap from this site for nearly 30 years and they love to show people how the operation is run.
During a tour visitors see how the Carlson family mixes new technology with traditional sap collecting techniques to collect thousands of gallons of sap from more than 15,000 taps.
The maple syrup open house will be Saturday from 1- 4 p.m. at Wildwood County Park, which is located at 29709 Kipper Rd. St. Joseph.
If you want to visit at a different time, email Shelly Carlson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at (320) 363-7784.
03/28/2017 - 11:20 AM
A student artist’s work will be on display at The Gallery Vault Thursday.
The gallery says Marlissa Karpeh is opening the exhibit Self, Other and giving an artist talk at an upcoming event. Karpeh is an undergraduate student at St. Cloud State University.
Her show opening takes place Thursday at The Gallery Vault from 6-9 p.m. She will give the artist talk at 7 p.m., located at 708 W. Saint Germain St. in St. Cloud.
The Gallery Vault provides resources and experience to SCSU students.
The gallery’s Facebook page says, “Her [Karpeh] expressionistic style and bold colors are beyond words and you should really come see them yourself!”
Poster courtesy The Gallery Vault.
03/28/2017 - 10:00 AM
Walleye season is set to open Saturday, May 13.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is working hard to preserve the walleye population in the state by restricting some lakes to a catch and release standard. Mille Lacs and Red Lake are being restricted first. No central Minnesota lakes have been restricted yet but KVSC will keep you updated on any changes.
For information about lakes around the St. Cloud area you can visit the DNR website.
03/27/2017 - 3:30 PM
The deadline to apply for a turkey hunt, designed to make hunting possible for those with disabilities, is fast approaching.
Midwest Outdoors Unlimited is hosting hunts at Rockville County Park and Nature Reserve and Spring Hill County Park in April and May. The organization selects and supervises participants. Each hunter will be paired with an able-bodied hunter while in the park.
The mission of Midwest Outdoors Unlimited is to provide outdoor recreational activities for disabled American veterans, disabled individuals and disabled youth.
The deadline for applications is April 1. Applications can be found online, by calling the Stearns County Park Department, or they can be picked up at the park office at Quarry Park and Nature Preserve, at 1802 Co Rd 137, Waite Park, MN.
03/27/2017 - 1:00 PM
St. Cloud Police investigators are looking to for the driver of the vehicle above.
On Monday afternoon St. Cloud Assistant Police Chief Jeff Oxton released surveillance footage of a vehicle that was in the area of a missing St. Cloud State University student Jesse Dady.
Oxton says investigators want to identify and speak to the driver of the 4-door sedan. The vehicle was seen on surveillance video driving around to the back side of the Empire Apartments at 1:30 a.m. on Saturday morning. The apartments are next to the Mississippi River, near the Veteran's Bridge. The vehicle left the area a few minutes later.
Dady, who is 21 years old, has been missing since the early hours of Saturday, March 25. Video footage shows Dady was walking along along 5th Avenue North, crossing 1st Street North and heading north.
03/27/2017 - 11:30 AM
The St. Cloud Northstar Link will be offering transportation services to Minnesota Twins games.
Attendees from St. Cloud will be able to ride the Northstar Bus to Big Lake and hop on the Northstar Rail to the Twin Cities. Departure times after the game will be either a scheduled departure or 30 minutes after the game.
The Northstar Rail and commuter bus fees are separate.
The Twins home opener starts April 3, and transportation will be offered throughout the season. Game schedules and fare information can be found at metrotransit.org/twins.
03/27/2017 - 8:00 AM
The St. Cloud Police Department is asking for help in finding a missing student.
St. Cloud State University Public Safety says 21-year-old Jesse Dady was reported missing Saturday just before 8 p.m.
Dady was last seen at 1:30 a.m. Saturday in downtown St. Cloud. Police have video of him walking alone on 5th Avenue North and crossing 1st Street North. He was heading north. Officers searched this area but results were confirmed negative.
Dady is described as a white man, 6 ft. tall, 150 pounds, with hazel eyes and blond hair. The last outfit he was seen wearing was blue jeans, a gray jacket and blaze orange hat.
At this time, foul play is not suspected.
If you have any information, you're encouraged to call SCPD at 320-251-1200 or the Tri-County Crime Stoppers at 320-255-1301.
03/27/2017 - 7:00 AM
The Student Government 2017 election is now open at St. Cloud State University.
Students can vote for Student Body Presidential elections as well as senators, amendments to the student constitution, and referendum questions involving campus issues.
Voting will close at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, March 29th and the results will be announced at the Student Senate meeting on Thursday.
Voters can access ballots through a school wide e-mail located in student e-mail accounts.
03/26/2017 - 2:00 PM
ST. CLOUD, Minn. (AP) - The public may soon have its first look at the investigative file into the 1989 abduction of Jacob Wetterling.
Stearns County officials are entering the final stages of redacting and copying thousands of pages of statements, tips and interview transcripts regarding the 11-year-old boy who was abducted near his St. Joseph home. Chief Sheriff's Deputy Bruce Bechtold tells the St. Cloud Times the cost of preparing the file for release could reach $200,000. Staff will start working on redacting the audio and video transcripts Monday in hopes of releasing the file in the next month or two.
Work on the file began in late October after Danny Heinrich admitted kidnapping, sexually asssaulting and killing Jacob. Heinrich is serving a 20-year sentence for child pornography.
03/24/2017 - 11:45 AM
An accident at the intersection of County Road 75 and County Road 134 sent two people to the hospital Thursday afternoon.
Stearns County Sheriff John Sanner says 35-year-old Benjamin Schirmers of Sauk Centre was stopped at a red light. He was traveling west on County Road 75 just after 1:30 p.m.
Eighteen-year-old Alisha Ritter of Albany was driving her SUV in the same direction. She didn't see Schirmers' car at the light and rear-ended him.
Both drivers were taken to the St. Cloud Hospital.
03/23/2017 - 10:50 AM
Minnesota House Republicans released details on their new tax bill Wednesday.
The new bill is aimed at reducing taxes by more than $1.35 billion over the next two years. The largest feature is to reduce state tax on Social Security income.
House Speaker Kurt Daudt says Minnesotans have waited long enough for meaningful tax relief-it’s time for us to give the surplus back to taxpayers who worked so hard to generate it. The bill puts money back in the pockets of seniors, college graduates struggling with student debt, farmers, and Main Street businesses.
The bill will also outline relief for hometown business owners and farmers. It also includes proposes from the tax bill vetoed by Governor Mark Dayton in 2016.
Dayton responded to the bill saying the Speaker’s budget claim is ridiculously misleading. The governor says budget proposals are starting points, not end points, of the budget process. The cigarette tax was limited to one, very socially expensive activity, and was also intended to discourage smoking. And the gas tax is a user’s tax, which charges people who drive the most on our highways, roads, and bridges. MNDOT estimates that a 10 cent per gallon gas tax increase would cost Minnesota drivers an average of $75 a year, which would be entirely dedicated to improving the conditions on which they drive.
The House Tax Committee is expected to hold public hearings on the bill this week.
03/23/2017 - 10:00 AM
The first week in April is American Indian Awareness week.
St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud Technical and Community College, and District 742 are presenting speakers, workshops and more to bring awareness into the spotlight.
Everyday from April 3-8 there will be events to celebrate American Indian culture such as the presentation "Why Treaties Matter" on April 5 in the Alumni Room in Atwood Memorial Center. "Powwow 101" will be at 12:30 in the Cascade Room, also in Atwood.
On April 8 the 24th Annual Powwow will wrap up the week. The Powwow will be in the Halenbeck Hall Gym. Grand entries at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. with a free meal at 5 p.m. The event is open to the public.
There are volunteer opportunities for the events. To volunteer, email Anna with American Indian Center at email@example.com.
03/23/2017 - 10:00 AM
The Standing Rock protests are the focus at the coming installation of Women on Wednesday next week on the campus of St. Cloud State University.
“She Brings Change” will feature Hapistinna Horne, a Minnesota-raised artist, mother, and activist. Horne will speak about the anti-Dakota Access Pipeline movement and how the protests at Standing Rock connect to history.
Women on Wednesday will be at noon in the Atwood Theatre on St. Cloud State’s campus on March 29. This event is co-sponsored by the Multicultural Resource Center and the American Indian Center.
The Women's Center's Women on Wednesday brings diverse women and programming to St. Cloud State to cover political, social, legal, and economic issues.
Northern State University (Sports Stream)
Mar 29, 2017 - 1:00
Northern State University (Sports Stream)
Mar 29, 2017 - 3:30
Minot State University
Apr 01, 2017 - 1:00
Subscribe to what interests you. More information about podcasts and software.