St. Cloud offers marketing boost to business owners hammered by construction
CLOUD, Fla. — Construction in downtown St. Cloud has been a headache and a challenge for some business owners. Cloud business owners say downtown construction is costing them customersWATCH: St. Cloud business owners say downtown construction is costing them customers Some business owners in St. Cloud say construction in the downtown area is dragging down their earnings.wftv.com
St. Cloud High School to change football field from grass to turf
Cloud High School to change football field from grass to turf This will make the field a bit safer and more reliable for students. CLOUD, Fla. — Just in time for the new school year, an Osceola County high school is getting some much-needed changes to their football field. Cloud High School’s football field from regular grass to turf. Cloud High School to change football field from grass to turfExpand Autoplay Image 1 of 13 St. Cloud High School to change football field from grass to turfThe field is also in a low-lying area that has experienced flooding issues in the past.wftv.com
Officials: Cows block Florida's Turnpike after truck fire
CLOUD, Fla. — (AP) — Traffic on Florida’s Turnpike stopped moooooving for several hours Monday after a cattle hauler caught fire, and dozens of cows blocked the roadway, authorities said. The driver, a 47-year-old Alabama man, pulled the truck over to the turnpike's outside shoulder, officials said. He then opened the cattle trailer door, allowing about 70 cows to escape the smoke and flames. The cattle hauler was towed from the scene. Florida’s Turnpike was closed in both directions and traffic was diverted for nearly four hours as officials dealt with the fire and rounded up the cows.wftv.com
Rescue crews searching for missing boater at Lakefront Park in St. Cloud
CLOUD, Fla. — The boat ramp at Lakefront Park in St. Cloud will be closed Sunday while rescue crews search for a boater who went missing. Cloud Fire Department, the boater reportedly jumped off the boat into the lake and never resurfaced. READ: City of Orlando releases apology after controversial Fourth of July statementCrews from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, Osceola County Fire Rescue and St. READ: Abortion debate continues after Florida judge rules state 15-week ban is unconstitutionalAccording to the fire department, the boat ramp will remain closed Sunday while the search continues.wftv.com
St. Cloud set for massive population increase as developers buy up land
Cloud set for massive population increase as developers buy up land VIDEO: St. Cloud set for massive population increase as developers buy up land (Shannon Butler, WFTV.com/WFTV)ST. Cloud has seen massive population growth over the past 20 years. One of the main reasons for this massive growth is that Osceola County is rich with undeveloped land. That’s because there is a lot of undeveloped land surrounding the city limits and that land is being sold off to developers.wftv.com
Alligator delays start at Osceola County elementary school
CLOUD, Fla. — Students and teachers at an Osceola County school got quite a surprise when they arrived at school Monday morning. As students began arriving at Michigan Avenue Elementary school around 7:30 a.m., they found a 6-foot alligator blocking the entrance. Read: Saharan dust coming to Central Florida: What to expectThe alligator, whom students named “Gary”, was safely removed from the doorway by a school resource officer. Photos: Firefighters battle brushfire near Marion County high schoolThe alligator was later taken to a nearby pond and released. Expand Autoplay Image 1 of 5 Saint Cloud gator at school (WFTV)Click here to download the free WFTV news and weather apps, click here to download the WFTV Now app for your smart TV and click here to stream Channel 9 Eyewitness News live.wftv.com
Happening this weekend: Wine tasting event to support big cats
CLOUD, Fla. — You can take a stroll while you sip on your favorite wine during an event that supports big cats in St. The Big Cat Summer Sip & Stroll is taking place at the Central Florida Animal Reserve on Sunday. The event will feature a tasting of fine wines, a charcuterie table, and a guided walking tour to the big cat area. “We are looking forward to introducing our guests to our big cats and to experience our facility and what we offer here in Osceola County,” Simba Wiltz said. “Our guests will have the opportunity to enjoy some fine wine and meet our big cats, staff and volunteers as we celebrate with the “Big Cat Summer Sip & Stroll.”READ: Microbrewer tapped for Orlando’s Packing DistrictThe event costs $50 per person.wftv.com
Suspicious dead being investigated after man found dead from gunshot in St. Cloud, police say
CLOUD, Fla. — An investigation is underway after police responded to a suspicious death that happened Friday in St. Cloud police responded to the 1000 block of Seneca Trail around 7 p.m., following reports of a possible suicide. When officers arrived, they located a man in his late 50s with a gunshot wound. The man later was pronounced dead, police said. Read: 3 transported to the hospital, 1 person dead following suspicious incident, Osceola deputies sayAccording to police, a woman at the scene was interviewed and released pending further investigation.wftv.com
OUC donation will help cement local fire department’s training program
CLOUD, Fla. — The Orlando Utilities Commission recently gave a unique gift to the St. Cloud Fire plans to use the hefty donation to create an above-ground simulated drainage system at its training facility. OUC donates concrete to St. Cloud Fire Department St. It previously donated a load of concrete to help create an artificial reef off the coast of Fort Pierce.wftv.com
‘This is our last step’: St. Cloud in final stages of years-long process of cleaning water lines
CLOUD, Fla. — St. Cloud officials say they’ve reached the home stretch of the long, expensive process of cleaning up the city’s water lines. As part of our ongoing efforts to remove resin from the water system, crews contracted by the city will begin a... Posted by City of St. Cloud, Florida on Sunday, November 14, 2021For residents, it could mean continued low water pressure and discoloration, but only for a short while. Cloud residents skeptical of latest attempt to address water problemsThe different locations where they’ll be flushing each week will be posted publicly online here.wftv.com
St. Cloud school administrator accused of having sex with 18-year-old student
CLOUD, FLA. — A dean at St. Cloud Preparatory Academy was arrested on Wednesday after he was accused of having sex with an 18-year-old student. Cloud police said Andre Ricardo Williams, 32, is facing two counts of an authority figure engaging in sexual conduct with a student. READ: ‘It was a BB gun’: Parents of Florida boy arrested in school shooting plot defend sonDuring the course of the investigation, police said Williams admitted to having sex with the student twice in the last two weeks. Police said Williams also was allegedly sending the student photos of his genitals via cellphone.wftv.com
St. Cloud K9 gets new body armor thanks to donation
Cloud K9 gets new body armor thanks to donation (St. CLOUD, Fla. — St. Cloud Police Department K-9 Koda received a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a donation by national nonprofit. Cloud Police Department Canine Unit currently includes two dogs which are assigned to handlers who live, work and train together. Since its inception the program has provided over 4,381 vests to K9s in all 50 states made possible by both private and corporate donations.wftv.com
St. Cloud man accused of exposing himself to multiple toll booth workers, troopers say
Cloud man accused of exposing himself to multiple toll booth workers, troopers sayST. CLOUD, Fla. — The Florida Highway Patrol has arrested a man they said was exposing himself to toll booth workers around Central Florida. Cloud resident Mark Fillyaw, 41, has been charged with indecent exposure for several incidents a multiple toll booths. WATCH: Volusia County Sheriff K-9s recovering after being shot by carjacking suspect, deputies sayAccording to an arrest report, Fillyaw exposed himself to toll workers from Aug. 29 to Sept. 5. Cloud on Saturday and taken to the Osceola County Jail.wftv.com
Monoclonal antibody treatment center opening in St. Cloud
CLOUD, Fla. — Florida vaccination rates are up and hospitalizations are down, but the state still leads the nation in the number of virus-related deaths. Cloud on Tuesday to open another monoclonal antibody treatment center. READ: Here’s where you can get monoclonal antibody treatment for COVID-19 in FloridaHe said the fight against COVID-19 isn’t just about the vaccine. READ: 9 things to know about COVID-19 monoclonal antibody treatmentsExpand Autoplay Image 1 of 11 Monoclonal antibody treatment Here are nine things you need to know about the treatment, according to Tampa General Hospital’s Global Emerging Diseases Institute. (WFTV.com News Staff)“It’s two sides of the same coin; one is treatment, one is prevention,” DeSantis said.wftv.com
Florida Correctional Officer on the job for less than three months killed in training exercise
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida Correctional Officer on the job for less than three months killed in training exerciseA Florida Department of Corrections officer who had only been on the job for less than three months died during a training exercise, officials said. Officials with FDOC said Correctional Officer Trainee Whitney Cloud was injured by an accidental discharge during firearms training at the Harry K. Singletary Training Academy in Crawfordville Thursday. SEE: Tesla on autopilot crashes into FHP cruiser on I-4Officials said no other officers were injured in the incident. Cloud, who was assigned to Jefferson Correctional Institution in Monticello, Florida, started with the Department of Corrections June 25, 2021. Click here to download the free WFTV news and weather apps, and click here to watch the latest news on your Smart TV.wftv.com
St. Cloud plans another round of treatment for discolored drinking water
Cloud will undertake another effort to bring clean drinking water to its citizens five years after an equipment failure sent reddish-brown resin streaming through its water pipes. Staff delivered bottles of water to affected homes, and residents have been notified about a boil water advisory that will be implemented. Cloud plans another round of treatment for discolored drinking water The City of St. Cloud will undertake another effort to bring clean drinking water to its citizens. But I don’t have faith in it, unfortunately,” Chris Ladas-Drake, who helms the local activism group “Save St. Cloud,” said.wftv.com
Firefighters: 14 people, including 6 children with special needs, evacuated from homes after fire breaks out in St. Cloud
14 people, including six children with special needs, were evacuated from their homes Saturday morning in St. Cloud, firefighters said. Firefighters: 14 people, including 6 children with special needs, evacuated from homes after fire breaks out in St. Cloud (WFTV.com News Staff)Firefighters: 14 people, including 6 children with special needs, evacuated from homes after fire breaks out in St. Cloud (Osceola County Fire Rescue)Firefighters: 14 people, including 6 children with special needs, evacuated from homes after fire breaks out in St.wftv.com
St. Cloud city council member Charles “Chuck” Cooper, dies at 72
CLOUD, Fla. — City council member Charles E. “Chuck” Cooper died on Saturday morning, city officials said. Cooper’s service to the city spanned nearly four decades. The city said Cooper was first elected to the City Council in 1985. “Chuck Cooper was passionate about the City of St. Cloud,” said city manager William Sturgeon. READ: ‘End of the tunnel’: Delta pilot finds eerie note penned as COVID-19 pandemic forced plane’s storageLongtime City Council Member Charles E. “Chuck” Cooper, whose service to the City spanned nearly four decades, passed... Posted by City of St.wftv.com
Police investigate deadly crash near on-ramp of Florida Turnpike in St. Cloud
Cloud police are investigating after a person was killed in a crash early Friday. Police said a crash involving two vehicles happened in the area of Kissimmee Park Road and the on-ramp of the Florida Turnpike just after 2 a.m. Friday. READ: Murder suspect turns himself in after being wrongfully released in Osceola CountyPolice said the southbound off-ramp of the Florida Turnpike and Kissimmee Park Road were closed due to the investigation. They said the turnpike on-ramp from Old Canoe Creek Road is open with traffic congestion. READ: 19-year-old Osceola County substitute teacher accused of having, sharing child pornThe traffic homicide investigations unit took over the investigation.wftv.com
Jury acquits 19-year-old accused of shooting St. Cloud officer in hand
ST. CLOUD – A Stearns County District Court jury on Friday acquitted a 19-year-old man accused of shooting a St. Cloud officer in the hand during a scuffle last June. Sumaree D. Boose was charged last year with a felony count of first-degree assault of a peace officer. He was acquitted by a 12-member jury after a weeklong trial that wrapped up midday Friday. By 3:15 p.m., the jury had reached ...news.yahoo.com
Man mixing chemicals in garage severely injured during explosion
Osceola County Fire Rescue says a man was injured during a chemical explosion at a home in St. CLOUD, Fla. – A man suffered severe burns when the chemicals he was mixing in a garage exploded Tuesday afternoon, according to Osceola Fire Rescue. Officials said the explosion happened in the Live Oak Lake community in St. Cloud and the victim suffered injuries to his hands, torso and abdomen. The hazmat unit deployed a laser spectrometer to help identify the unknown chemicals but officials haven’t released details on what exactly was in the home.
One little-known stock could be best way to play the cloud computing rally, Oppenheimer analyst says
Cloud stocks hit records for a fifth day in a row. The SKYY cloud computing ETF notched an all-time high Monday, the latest in what has been a year-long rally fueled by the pandemic and a shift to remote work. "We like high momentum, and I think these stocks go along [for] the ride." But after the rally, Wald said, some of the stocks have become slightly overbought, with one exception. It is resuming what we see as a very important breakout that started in the fourth quarter," said Wald.cnbc.com
Fatal crash investigated in St. Cloud
CLOUD, Fla. – A fatal crash is under investigation in Osceola County. The wreck was reported around 10 p.m. Tuesday at State Road 192 and Hickory Tree Road in St. The intersection was blocked after the crash but was later reopened. No other details have been released.
IBM reports third straight quarter of revenue declines
Here's how the company did:Earnings: $2.58 per share, adjusted, vs. $2.58 per share as expected by analysts, according to Refinitiv. $2.58 per share, adjusted, vs. $2.58 per share as expected by analysts, according to Refinitiv. Revenue: $17.56 billion, vs. $17.54 billion as expected by analysts, according to Refinitiv. At that time IBM issued preliminary results, saying it expected $2.58 in adjusted earnings per share on $17.6 billion in revenue. In the third quarter IBM announced the acquisition of WDG Automation, a Brazilian software company.cnbc.com
Video shows driver running red light before hitting St. Cloud crossing guard, police say
CLOUD, Fla. – Video from a security camera shows a driver running a red light before hitting a crossing guard who was trying to help children get across a busy intersection safely, according to the St. The 53-year-old victim entered the intersection after the light for oncoming traffic turned red to prevent drivers from turning right into the intersection as children were crossing, according to the report. A 57-year-old woman driving a red Dodge Grand Caravan failed to stop for the red light or the victim’s stop sign and ended up striking the crossing guard, records show. “The crossing guard actually had her stop sign up, she was directing traffic for children and someone ran the red light and hit her,” a witness said in a 911 call. Though taken from a distance, the van can be seen running the red light and entering the intersection about 24 seconds into a Ring video police obtained.
Police: Red-light runner strikes, severely injures St. Cloud crossing guard
CLOUD, Fla. – A driver ran a red light and struck a crossing guard Thursday morning near a St. Cloud elementary school, police said. The crash was reported at 8:04 a.m. at the intersection of 13th Street and Michigan Avenue near Michigan Avenue Elementary School. The Osceola School District said its crisis team and Michigan Avenue Elementary School administrators were calling parents of students who witnessed the incident. 🚨 Traffic Alert 🚨We’re working a Vehicle vs Pedestrian accident at the intersection of 13th Street and Michigan Avenue.
Teens used Taser stolen from unmarked vehicle to commit armed robbery, police say
Police said the first report came in shortly after 12:30 a.m. Saturday of six teens armed with guns entering the Circle K gas station at 2901 Canoe Creek Road and threatening employees, damaging property and stealing $152 from the register. Hours later, around 11:30 a.m., several vehicles were burglarized in the Gramercy Farms subdivision, including an unmarked police vehicle from which a Taser was stolen, a news release said. An hour after that, at 12:30 p.m., an armed robbery was reported in the same subdivision. Police said five teens armed with the stolen Taser entered a home that was under construction and demanded money and property from the construction workers. The charges include armed robbery, home invasion, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, aggravated battery and armed burglary.
City of St. Cloud to host Halloween drive-thru event due to coronavirus
CLOUD, Fla. – The City of St. Cloud is hoping to keep the Halloween spirit alive with its spooky drive-thru event. The city recently had to cancel its annual Trail of Terror due to the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic but announced Tuesday it has instead made adjustments to provide a thrilling and physically distant event. So far, organizers said participants will be required to stay in their vehicles through the duration of the trail and kids will receive candy as cars drive-thru. More details are expected to be available in the near future, according to a news release.
11 St. Cloud employees test positive for COVID-19
CLOUD, Fla. – Nearly a dozen St. Cloud city employees have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, according to a city spokesperson. In a statement the city said 11 employees, some of whom did not have any symptoms, tested positive for COVID-19. Cloud is taking action to ensure the health and safety of our employees, their families and citizens. As previously communicated, we have asked employees within the City of St.
St. Cloud protest blocks traffic, leading to fight; 2 arrested
CLOUD, Fla. – Two protesters were arrested Sunday after a demonstration threatened to endanger public safety, according to the St. Officers said the protest of as many as 50 demonstrators began around 4 p.m. at OP Johnson Park. According to a news release, vehicles were passing by the protest when demonstrators linked arms and walked into the roadway, blocking them from passing through. Warren Cajuste, 23, was arrested on a charge of resisting and obstructing without violence, according to department officials. Patrick Chery, 24, was arrested on charges of resisting and obstructing without violence and assault on a law enforcement officer, according to a news release.
Mystics' Natasha Cloud, LaToya Sanders to skip WNBA season
WASHINGTON Washington Mystics players Natasha Cloud and LaToya Sanders are opting out of participating in the 2020 WNBA season for the leagues reigning champions. Theres a lot of factors that led to this decision, but the biggest being that I am more than an athlete. Cloud and Sanders each has been with Washington for five seasons. Her commitment to social justice issues is of utmost importance to her and, therefore, to the Mystics organization, Thibault said of Cloud. We will continue to be partners with her and all of our players on their commitment to social justice reform as we go forward into this season and beyond.Players have until Thursday to opt out of the season.
City of St. Cloud invites families to free drive-in movie
CLOUD, Florida – Have you been missing that feeling of going to the movies? Cloud has a night of movie fun planned in June. Cloud Park and Recreation is hosting a free drive-in movie at Chisolm Park. Parking for the event starts at 8 p.m. and event officials ask that small vehicles park upfront and larger vehicles in the back. City officials offer the following drive-in movie tips.
St. Cloud police: Man fatally shot by officer was sole suspect in ‘violent assault’
CLOUD, Fla. – St. Cloud police said Wednesday the department’s investigation revealed the man suspected in a violent stabbing of a 9-year-old girl was the only individual involved in the attack. [RELATED: Man suspected in ‘violent assault’ on 9-year-old girl fatally shot by St. [MORE: ‘He was not a suspect, he was a victim,’ protesters say about St. Cloud man fatally shot by police]“There is unequivocally no evidence to suggest that a third-party individual was involved, thus resting the speculation of an outstanding suspect,” the department stated in a news release Wednesday.
‘He was not a suspect, he was a victim,’ protesters say about St. Cloud man fatally shot by police
CLOUD, Fla. – St. Officers found a 9-year-old girl with multiple stab wounds to her body and face. Cloud officer fatally shooting man | Man suspected in ‘violent assault’ on 9-year-old girl fatally shot by St. Cloud police said the man was staying at the same home as the 9-year-old child. FDLE is in charge of the officer-involved shooting investigation.
Florida pressure cleaning and washing company aims to test post-coronavirus market
Truth be told, it wouldnt be a huge moneymaker, not in the grand scheme of his nine-year-old Gorilla Kleen pressure cleaning operation. Ive sanitized personal fitness facilities before, but those should be sanitized every night, to be honest, he says. Florida couple recovers from coronavirus after convalescent plasma donationsYou know that Farmers Insurance commercial we know a thing or two because weve seen a thing or two? Well, we know a thing or two because weve screwed a lot of s--- up! In an ideal world, his Gorilla Kleen logo would be ubiquitous in Sarasota County.news-journalonline.com
Florida pressure cleaning and washing company aims to test post-coronavirus market
Truth be told, it wouldnt be a huge moneymaker, not in the grand scheme of his nine-year-old Gorilla Kleen pressure cleaning operation. Ive sanitized personal fitness facilities before, but those should be sanitized every night, to be honest, he says. Florida couple recovers from coronavirus after convalescent plasma donationsYou know that Farmers Insurance commercial we know a thing or two because weve seen a thing or two? Well, we know a thing or two because weve screwed a lot of s--- up! In an ideal world, his Gorilla Kleen logo would be ubiquitous in Sarasota County.dailycommercial.com
Florida pressure cleaning and washing company aims to test post-coronavirus market
Truth be told, it wouldnt be a huge moneymaker, not in the grand scheme of his nine-year-old Gorilla Kleen pressure cleaning operation. Ive sanitized personal fitness facilities before, but those should be sanitized every night, to be honest, he says. Florida couple recovers from coronavirus after convalescent plasma donationsYou know that Farmers Insurance commercial we know a thing or two because weve seen a thing or two? Well, we know a thing or two because weve screwed a lot of s--- up! In an ideal world, his Gorilla Kleen logo would be ubiquitous in Sarasota County.ocala.com
Man suspected in ‘violent assault’ on 9-year-old girl fatally shot by St. Cloud police, chief says
Cloud police officers fatally shot a man suspected of stabbing and assaulting a 9-year-old girl Tuesday afternoon, according to Police Chief Pete Gauntlett. Officers responded to a 911 call around noon to the “violent assault and stabbing” of a girl near Georgia Avenue and 3rd street, not far from O.P. The chief said the man was staying at the same home as the 9-year-old victim. Gauntlett said he could not disclose whether the man was armed when he was shot and killed by officers. It’s unknown what the man’s relationship with the 9-year-old girl was or if they were relatives.
Man accused of shooting at off-duty officer in St. Cloud
CLOUD, Fla. – A 31-year-old man is accused of shooting at an off-duty Orlando police officer in St. Authorities said Officer Ortiz requested Escobar to leave. Officer Ortiz left his house and saw Escobar brandishing a gun, according to authorities. Police said Escobar fired his gun at the direction of Officer Ortiz and his house. Investigators said Officer Ortiz returned fire and hit Escobar multiple times.
Missing St. Cloud teen found safe
CLOUD, Fla. – UPDATE: A missing 16-year-old girl has been found safe, St. Cloud police said on Friday morning. Cloud Police Department are searching for a missing 16-year-old girl. Investigators said she was last seen wearing jean shorts, a maroon shirt, pink sandals, and a black hoodie. Authorities said anyone with information about the missing teen is asked to call police at 407-891-6700.
Businesses hold car wash fundraiser to benefit St. Cloud fire victims
Cloud community is coming together to help two families who lost their homes to devastating fires last month. Roger Tanna owns Avatar Car Wash. We thought we have to do something, go forward and do something for the families," Tanna said. Tanna decided to hold a car wash fundraiser on Sunday. The car wash fundraiser is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Avatar Car Wash located at 4607 Neptune Road, St.
‘Help! Go get help:’ Nurse calls 911 during St. Cloud special-needs house fire
CLOUD, Fla. – Newly released 911 calls detail the moments a nurse had to help evacuate special needs patients from a burning home in St. “Its a special needs house.”[RELATED: 11 treated after fire at special-needs home in St. According to officials, there were two nurses, three adult children and six special needs individuals who were evacuated. [PHOTO GALLERY: 6 special needs individuals taken to hospital after St. Cloud House FireNews 6 spoke with the homeowner’s son who said his parents have been taking care of special needs children and in recent years started adopting them.
City of St. Cloud boil water notice lifted
CLOUD, Fla. – A precautionary boil water notice issued for St. Cloud after a city fire hydrant was hit by a vehicle has been lifted. The affected areas included Narcoossee Road from Dan Smith Road to Boggy Creek Road. Following the repair of the fire hydrant and the satisfactory completion of the bacteriological survey, the City has determined the water is safe to drink. Boil Water Notice: Thursday, February 6, 2020If you have any questions, officials ask that you contact the City of St.
Alphabet discloses YouTube ad revenues of $15.15 billion, cloud revenues of $8.92 billion for 2019
YouTube ads generated $15.15 billion in revenue in fiscal 2019, with $4.72 billion in the fourth quarter alone. The segment generated $11.16 billion in revenue in 2018, including $3.61 billion in the the fourth quarter of that year. Google's cloud business generated $8.92 billion in revenue in fiscal 2019, with $2.61 billion generated in the fourth quarter. That compares with 2018 revenue of $5.84 billion for the cloud business, with $1.71 billion generated in the fourth quarter of that year. Google's cloud business is a younger but fast-growing segment of the business with ambitions to take on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure.cnbc.com
Brush fire threatens homes in Osceola County
CLOUD, Fla. – Firefighters are working to put out a brush fire Friday evening in St. Cloud that’s threatening nearby homes. Crews from Orange and Osceola counties are using tanker trucks to try and put out the fire in the 4100 block of Cardinal Lane. Osceola Fire Rescue said the cause was burning debris that caught a mobile home on fire. People who live on the street were kept from their homes tonight until crews finished putting out the fires.
St. Cloud pipe collapse could take two months to repair
CLOUD, Fla. – The City of St. Cloud has commenced with repairs to the stormwater pipe that collapsed overnight Wednesday. The collapsed pipe caused the concrete walkway above to crack, creating a 10-feet wide hole. Officials had originally thought the pipe repair would take a minimum of two days, now officials are saying the repairs could take up to two months because of the size of the pipe. Timeline: Approximately 1 to 2 months; Due the large size of the pipe, availability will dictate the timeline for repairs.
Bicyclist falls into 12-feet deep hole in St. Cloud
CLOUD, Fla. – A bicyclist was hospitalized Wednesday after falling into a 12-feet-deep hole in St. Cloud, according to police. A man riding his bike fell into the hole around 3:40 a.m. was taken to a hospital, according to St. It was later leaned that the hole was caused by the pipe collapse. ***PSA***Old Canoe Creek Road is shutdown in all directions from Neptune Road to 13th Street (US 192) for an undetermined amount of time.
Estranged husband named person of interest in St. Cloud woman's disappearance
Cloud is now in custody on unrelated charges, according to the Osceola County Sheriff's Office. Cloud, Osceola County Sheriff Russ Gibson said. At sunrise, more than a dozen investigators with the Osceola County Sheriff's Office arrived at the Hixon Avenue home of Montalvo's estranged husband and his parents. "This is totally unlike her," said Maj. Jacob Ruiz, of the Osceola County Sheriff's Office. Anyone with information about Montalvo is asked to contact the Osceola County Sheriff's Office at 407-348-1100.
St. Cloud police issue warning about man posing as utilities employee
Cloud police are warning residents about a man accused of posing as a St. Cloud utilities employee. Real utilities employees will wear logos identifying themselves as St. Cloud Utilities employees and drive city-issued vehicles. Cloud Utilities employees will only service up meters and not ask to go inside your home.
Increased risk of privacy breach with cloud computing
Increased risk of privacy breach with cloud computing Cloud data storage opens up new channels for hackers. Because not all cloud servers are secure, information including your medical and financial records may be at risk. John Blackstone reports.cbsnews.com