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St. Cloud to Hold August Public Hearing on Rental House Moratorium

St. Cloud residents concerned about future potential rental properties will have a chance to be heard. The city tonight (Monday) voted to hold a public hearing next month on a possible one-year moratorium on any new single-family homes being converted to rental properties.

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Sauk Rapids City Council Approves Increased Fines For Problem Properties

Residents in Sauk Rapids will face a stronger penalty for properties that are not cleaned up. The Sauk Rapids city council unanimously approved amending a new ordinance that will increase fines for neglected buildings and junked vehicles on private properties.

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‘Puddle of Mudd’ Singer Accused of DWI, Fleeing in Renville County

Puddle of Mudd singer Wes Scantlin faces charges of drunken driving and fleeing police after a chase in Minnesota that reached speeds of about 100 mph. Scantlin appeared Monday in Renville County court on charges of felony fleeing police in a motor vehicle; refusing to submit to a chemical test; and DWI.

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Mike Wallace Aims for More than Deep Throws with Vikings

Mike Wallace has joined Minnesota's offense as more than just a wide receiver for deep routes. Coming off a couple of rocky seasons with Miami, Wallace has brought a renewed appreciation for the importance of leadership as he's integrating himself with the Vikings.

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Sgt. Kellan Hemmesch keeps an eye on boaters in the area. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
Sgt. Kellan Hemmesch keeps an eye on boaters in the area. (Dan DeBaun, WJON)
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Stearns County Water Patrol Keep Lakes Safe During Summertime [VIDEO]

With summer in full swing, the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office Water Patrol is out making sure everyone is safe on the water. The water patrol enforces rules on the water and also educates the public on boat safety. Sergeant Kellan Hemmesch says they typically have eight people out on the water during the weekend and holidays.

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