The American Red Cross says its blood supply is at its lowest in 15 years. While summer is normally a slow time for blood donations, this year has been especially tough. The Red Cross says severe weather and power outages have canceled many blood drives. Regular donors have also stayed home because of the excessive [...]
Archive for July, 2012
A jury has convicted a Wisconsin woman of homicide by negligent driving for writing a text message before a fatal crash. Twenty-one-year-old Stephanie Kanoff, of Sun Prairie, was convicted Friday. Kanoff had slammed into a University of Wisconsin-Madison student as he stood behind his broken-down car in 2010. Kanoff said that she was driving behind [...]
The Department of Natural Resources say for the first time, turkey hunters can buy licenses over the counter.
Fifty-eight people were cited for minor consumption after police showed up at a house party in St. Cloud on Friday. Police say they were called for a noise complaint a little after midnight on Friday. Along with the minor consumption tickets handed out, two 20-year-old residents were also cited for a loud party and social [...]
St. Cloud police arrested a Willmar man who was allegedly driving drunk during a hit and run with a 7-year-old child in his vehicle. 31-year-old Richard Emmit Jones, was arrested after a reported hit and run at about 8:40 Saturday night. Officers stopped Jones after spotting his vehicle. officers then noticed that Jones was intoxicated [...]
It’s been reported by Enbridge Energy that a pipeline of oil leaked over 1,200 barrels of oil near Grand Marsh on Friday afternoon. The company says workers were alerted by a drop in the pressure line and was immediately shut down. Work crews were sent to the site shortly after. The lines send crude oil [...]