St. Cloud Officer Shot In Hand Identified As Ryan PriebeThe Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has announced the identity of the officer who was shot in the hand earlier this week, in an incident that police say rumors surrounding it turned into nights of unrest in the city.
St. Cloud Police Seek Public's Help Identifying Arson SuspectsSt. Cloud police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two arson suspects in a house fire.
Sumaree Boose, 18, Charged With Shooting St. Cloud Officer, Sparking Days Of UnrestProsecutors charged an 18-year-old man Wednesday with shooting and wounding a St. Cloud police officer who was trying to arrest him — a shooting that sparked unrest after rumors surfaced that police had shot two black men.
37 Adults, 2 Juveniles Arrested After 2nd Night Of Unrest In St. CloudDozens of people, including two juveniles, have been taken into custody after another night of unrest in St. Cloud.
'This Place Could Have Been On Fire Over A Lie': St. Cloud Police Chief Admonishes Those Spreading Rumors After Officer Was Shot OvernightPolice in St. Cloud say an officer was shot in the hand early Monday morning while arresting an armed teenage suspect.
St. Cloud Diocese In Minnesota To Pay Abuse Victims $22.5MTerms of the agreement were announced Tuesday. Some 70 victims say they were abused by 41 priests in cases that date back to the 1950s.
Update: St. Cloud Authorities Find Missing 9-Year-Old Lowell McClure SafeHe was found at a friend's home.
Cathedral High School Band Gets Creative For Spring ConcertThe seventh- and eighth-grade band at Cathedral High School had two concerts cancelled due to COVID-19. But that didn't stop them from putting on a show.
Police: Human Remains Found In St. Cloud Were Those Of Missing ManHuman remains found in central Minnesota have been identified as being those of a man reported missing last year.
Coronavirus In MN: New York Times Dubs St. Cloud A Potential COVID-19 Hot Spot; Mayor Says 'Don't Fixate On The Numbers'The New York Times labeled St. Cloud as the top potential hot spot for COVID-19 in the country -- but Mayor Dave Kleis feels people must look beyond the numbers.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Construction Companies Sue City Of Brooklyn Center For Stopping Projects Due To COVID-19In their lawsuit, S.R. Weidema, Inc., of Maple Grove, and R.L. Larson Excavating, Inc., of St. Cloud, say that together they will lose nearly half a million dollars each week that work is delayed.