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Woman Rear Ends Stopped Car

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11/05/2009 - 10:41 AM

A woman who rear ended a stopped car was taken to the hospital with injuries. Shortly after 7:30 Wednesday morning, Saint Cloud Police arrived to the crash at the intersection of 12th Street North and 28th Avenue North. Officers say a car driven by 34-year-old Gina Nowicki of Saint Joseph rear-ended a vehicle that was stopped on 12th Street North, driven by 24 year old Teresa Marie Nesteby of Sartell. Nesteby was waiting to make a left hand turn when she was hit. Nowicki was taken to the Saint Cloud Hospital by ambulance with non-life threatening injuries. Nowicki was also given a ticket for no insurance, inattentive driving, and no seatbelt.

Man Arrested on Alleged 4th DUI

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11/04/2009 - 9:35 AM

A St. Cloud man is being held in the Stearns County jail after sheriff’s officials say he was caught driving drunk for the fourth time in ten years. It happened Monday at around 7:00 pm on 2nd Street North near 12th Avenue.


The Sheriff’s Department says Adam Vanbuskirk was driving without his headlights on. When officers tried to pull him over, they say he continued to drive for six more blocks before stopping. Police say they believe he was under the influence of alcohol. Vanbuskirk refused sobriety testing and was arrested for first degree DWI due to his three prior convictions. His license was cancelled, and he faces charges of DWI, refusing tests, and driving after cancellation.
 

Family of Missing Student Honors 7 Year Anniversary

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11/04/2009 - 1:40 AM

Family of Missing Student Honors 7 Year Anniversary

It's been nearly seven years since St. John's University student Josh Guimond disappeared after leaving a small card party around midnight. His friends and family will return to Collegeville next week to mark the November 9 anniversary. There will be public events to remember Guimond, and to demand answers.


On Saturday the inaugural "Justice for Josh" march will be at noon near St. John's. There will also be a march at the Stearns County Sheriff's office at 2:00 p.m.
The family maintains that Guimond was taken against his will, and they're asking the sheriff's office to release all the information it has on the case. Sheriff John Sanner says his office has spent thousands of hours on the case and he's just as frustrated as the family that it hasn't been solved.


Josh’s father, Bob Guimond, will be in the KVSC studio on Friday at 12:30 P-M for a live interview with News Director Chris Duffy.
 

Meth Bust in Elk River

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11/04/2009 - 1:25 AM

A Maple Grove man was arrested last weekend for allegedly possessing methamphetamine in Elk River. The Sherburne County Sheriff says officers saw two people make a hand to hand transaction they believed to be a drug deal near the Walmart in Elk River. The Sheriff’s office says one of the men, 35-year-old Anthony Forsgren, had a warrant for his arrest. When officers arrested him, they say Forsgren had 1.87 grams of meth in his possession. He was booked into the Sherburne county jail for 5th degree possession of a controlled substance.

Campus Resources for Struggling Students

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11/04/2009 - 11:30 AM

Campus Resources for Struggling Students

Saint Cloud State University President Earl H. Potter is urging students to offer each other support in light of the recent suicides of two students. He also offers various campus resources for those who feel overwhelmed or may be struggling.
Professors and advisors are there to help and may assist students with sorting out concerns.
SCSU also offers Counseling and Psychological Services in Stewart Hall. They also have weekly talks in Atwood as a part of their Success Series. Student Health Services is available to all student whether or not you have insurance. A more complete list of student resources can be found online at Counseling Services.
 

Road Closures Thursday

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11/04/2009 - 10:30 AM

Road Closures Thursday

The City of St. Cloud is making drivers aware that two St. Cloud roads will experience closures Thursday (today.) The east and westbound left turn lanes on 2nd Street South at Highway 75 near 29th Avenue South will be close due to utility work. This work is expected to last about a day. Also, 5th Avenue South between Ramsey Place and 4th Street South will close on Thursday (today.). Construction work will take place through Friday, and detours will be posted.

Habitat for Humanity to dedicate homes Wednesday

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11/03/2009 - 11:30 AM

Two area families will become new homeowners Wednesday. The Central Minnesota Habitat for Humanity will dedicate two homes on 45th Avenue Northeast to the Buluf and Ibrahim families. The townhomes are part of a 4-plex in the neighborhood. The first two were dedicated this summer. The ceremony is happening from 12:00 to 1:00 pm and the public is invited to attend.


The Central Minnesota Habitat for Humanity started in 1989. The group has built 46 homes so far. Families are selected for the program based on their ability to pay back a 20-year 0% mortgage and work at least 200 hours on their home. More information about the group is available online at www.centralminnesotahabitat.org or by calling 320-656-8890.

Benton County Businesses Robbed

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11/03/2009 - 11:00 AM

The Benton County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information in regards to a string of four burglaries they believe are connected. The burglaries started last weekend at Mimbach Fleet Supply in Sauk Rapids Township where cash was stolen between Friday night and Saturday morning.

The burglaries continued during the overnight hours of November 1st and 2nd as Foley Farm Supply, Foley Collision Center, and Lavigne’s Garage in Foley were all burglarized. The suspects forced their way into the three businesses and stole cash and tools. If anyone has information about this string of burglaries, they are asked to contact the Benton County Sheriff’s office at 320-968-7201.

Town Hall Meeting Wednesday

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11/03/2009 - 10:30 AM

St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis is holding a Town Hall Meeting on Wednesday. The meeting will take place at the St. Cloud Chambers at 5:30 pm. The public is welcome to show up and discuss city issues or concerns with the mayor.

Police Seeking Burglar who Broke into Business

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11/02/2009 - 9:55 AM

St. Cloud Police are looking for a man they say broke into a business and attempted to break into several vending machines. Police responded to an alarm at around 10:30 Friday night on the 2700 block of Clearwater Road. Officers obtained video surveillance of a white man about 6 feet tall breaking into the business through a window and unsuccessfully trying to break into several vending machines. The business was unoccupied at the time. Anyone with information is asked to call the St. Cloud Police department at (320) 251-1200.

House Party Fight Leaves Two Injured

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11/02/2009 - 9:45 AM

St. Cloud Police are looking for suspects who started a fight at a house party near the St. Cloud State campus. It happened shortly before 3:00 am Saturday on the 400 block of 8th Avenue South. Police say two 18-year-old men reported they had been punched several times in the face before being able to leave the house party. When police met with the victims at Holes Hall, they were unable to provide a description of the suspects. Both of the victims were brought to the hospital with minor injuries. If you know anything about this incident, the St. Cloud Police ask that you call them at (320) 251-1200.

Traffic Saturation on Halloween

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11/02/2009 - 11:00 AM

Halloween night brought more than costumes and candy this year, especially if you were one of the 77 people pulled over during the CRASH Task Force DWI saturation. The enforcement area focused on Highway 23 and County Road 75 from the Mississippi River in Saint Cloud to I-94 in St. Joseph.


Police wrote out 33 tickets and made six arrests. Five of these arrests were for DWI's and one was for a Narcotics violation.
 

Public Planetarium Night

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11/02/2009 - 10:50 AM

Public Planetarium Night

The Saint Cloud State Planetarium is opening its doors to the public this week. Monday, Wednesday and Thursday will be the days where anyone can come to Robert H. Wick Science Building's Planetarium and view the stars for free. There will be two shows each night starting at 6 and 7 pm that will last about one hour. Each show will present the constellations of the fall skies and the mythology associated with them.

H1N1 Vaccine Reserved for Pregnant Women

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11/02/2009 - 10:05 AM

H1N1 Vaccine Reserved for Pregnant Women

There is a “very limited supply” of H1N1 vaccine reserved for pregnant women in central Minnesota. The St. Cloud Hospital recently received the vaccine from the Minnesota Department of Health. Patients who qualify for the vaccine will soon be contacted by their health care providers.

St. Cloud Man Accused of Assaulting Girlfriend

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10/30/2009 - 9:20 AM

A 31-year-old St. Cloud man was arrested for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend. At around 10:00 Thursday night, St. Cloud Police went to the 1300 block of 14th Street North where a 25-year-old woman reported that she had been assaulted by her boyfriend, Frank Whitesell. Police say Whitesell ran away before they got there, but officers found him and arrested him. The woman received minor injuries. Whitesell is being held in the Stearns County Jail on charges of assault, obstructing the legal process, and disorderly conduct.

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