Here's a WJON FlashBriefing for October 3, 2017.

 

 

RECORD RAIN -- One-point-5-5 inches of rain at the St. Cloud Airport Monday -- a new record for October 2nd. That's 3-and-a-half inches since Sunday.

 

TINY HOMELESS HOUSE -- Ground broken on a tiny house at St. John's Episcopal Church to be used to house homeless people. That after a year-long legal battle with the City of St. Cloud was resolved Monday.

 

FOUR HURT -- Four people, hurt in a four-vehicle crash on Highway 23 east of Milaca. Happened Monday afternoon at 100th Avenue. A car crossed the center line, sidewiped an SUV, then was hit by another SUV and was rear-ended by a car.

 

SHERBURNE CRASH -- 31-year-old Joshua Hannan of Sauk Rapids, hurt when he stopped his vehicle for traffic in Elk River and was hit from behind. Happened Monday on westbound Highway 10.

 

EXECUTIVE EXPRESS -- Construction begins soon in Waite Park on a new headquarters for airport shuttle company Executive Express. That after the city council approved a 208-thousand dollar, 8-year tax incentives package to help the company renovate a vacant 15-acre property.

 

WAITE PARK SIRENS -- Emergency officials will be testing the sirens in Stearns County Wednesday at 1 pm. And five minutes after that test, they'll test just the sirens in Waite Park.

 

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