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UPDATE: Police Identify Man in Burning Garage, Withholding Name For Now

St. Cloud Police are looking for the family of a man who was found inside a burning garage this week.

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UPDATE: Person Found Dead in North St. Cloud Garage Fire [VIDEO]

St. Cloud police and fire officials are continuing to investigate a garage fire where a body was found inside. Police Sergeant Jeff Oxton says the man's body has not been identified.

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Photo by WJON.com's Adam Ulbricht
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Fire Destroys House in North St. Cloud

The St. Cloud fire department responded to a house fire early this (Tuesday) morning. The fire was reported at about 6:00 a.m. at 1742 2nd Street North.

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Grass Fire Destroys Shed, Labeled Suspicious

The St. Cloud Fire Marshall is investigating a grass fire that burned a fence and destroyed a yard shed in north St. Cloud Monday evening.

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Grass Fire Being Investigated As Possible Arson

A wildfire in St. Cloud is being investigated as a possible arson fire. St. Cloud Fire Department Batallion Chief Jerry Raymond says the call came in at about 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, for a fire in the grassy area just to the east of Serenity Drive.

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Fire Crews Battle Grass Fire

Fire crews responded to a grass fire over the weekend. The St. Cloud fire department was assisted by the St. Augusta and Waite Park fire departments to put out a grass fire on Saturday night.

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Fire Causes $100,000 Damage to North St. Cloud Home

A fire caused $100,000 damage to a north St. Cloud Home. Fire crews were called to the home at 1523 6th Street North just after 4:30 a.m. this (Thursday) morning.

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Fire Department: Child with Lighter Starts House Fire

A child playing with a lighter is the cause of a house fire in south St. Cloud. Fire crews were called to the home at 1721 9th Avenue South at about 12:30 p.m. yesterday (Monday).

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Electric Heater Cause of Mobile Home Fire

A man trying to thaw frozen pipes started his home on fire. The St. Cloud Fire Department was called to Sherwood Manor on Highway 10 last (Tuesday) night at about 7:25 p.m.

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Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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UPDATE: Cigarette Cause of St. Cloud House Fire

The St. Cloud fire department was called to a house fire last(Tuesday) night at about 6:00 p.m. The fire was at the home at 221 7th Avenue South.

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