Lee Voss has been covering news for Central Minnesotans for 27 years. A St. Cloud native, he is proud to keep members of his community informed on the issues that happen in their neighborhoods, cities and counties. Hired out of college, Lee has the unique distinction of working for the same radio stations for his entire career.
Two Women Hurt in Stearns County Crash
Two young women were hurt in a Stearns County crash on Monday morning.
Minnesota Deer Harvest Down Overall in 2023
Fewer Minnesota hunters harvested a white-tailed deer last fall than the year before.
St. Cloud Woman Hurt in Crash With Semi Truck
A St. Cloud woman was hurt in a crash involving a semi on Monday.
Benton County Judge Sentences Man in Fatal Drunk Driving Crash
A Burnsville man who caused a fatal crash in Rice last summer has been sentenced.
St. Cloud Woman Accused of Attacking Man With Broken Mirror
A St. Cloud woman is charged with assault after allegedly attacking a man with shards of a broken mirror.
Sauk Rapids Man Accused of Statutory Rape
A Sauk Rapids man is charged with three counts of 3rd-degree criminal sexual conduct for allegedly having sex with a 15-year-old girl.
Fire Damages St. Cloud Apartment Unit on Sunday
Fire damaged a south St. Cloud apartment building on Sunday.
Highway 23 Project in East-Central MN to Prompt Detours
A road construction project starting this spring will create a major headache for drivers who travel on Highway 23 in east central Minnesota.
Update: Police Arrest Second St. Cloud Shootout Suspect
St. Cloud Police say the second suspect in a shootout outside the St. Cloud public library has been arrested.
Minnesota Man Wins National Conservation Award
A Todd County man has won a service award from the National Wild Turkey Federation.
Retirement Announcement Creates Judicial Vacancy in Foley
Minnesota's Seventh Judicial District is looking for a new judge with the retirement announcement of the Honorable Michael Jesse.
Minnesota Man Wins National Award for Mentoring Young Hunters
A retired pipe fitter from Minnesota is the National Wild Turkey Federation's Mentor of the Year.