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47 people charged in $250 Million Feeding Our Future fraud scheme

MINNEAPOLIS (KVRR) — The founder of Feeding Our Future and 46 others have been charged in what federal officials are calling the largest pandemic fraud in the country. U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger of Minnesota announced charges against founder Aimee Bock and others that include conspiracy, wire fraud, money laundering, and bribery. Authorities allege the massive fraud scheme took at least…

Former Moorhead Superintendent Candidate Reaches Plea Deal For Indecent Exposure

Scott Staska was accused of exposing himself at stores in St. Cloud and Waite Park

ST. CLOUD, MN — A former candidate for school superintendent in Moorhead has pleaded guilty to indecent exposure. Scott Staska was accused of exposing himself at stores in St. Cloud and Waite Park between May 2017 and April 2018. He pleaded not guilty to all 19 counts in May. But under a plea deal reached on Friday, he pleaded guilty to…

Former Moorhead Superintendent Candidate Accused Of Indecent Exposure Numerous Times

at five gas stations and a clothing store

WAITE PARK, Minn. — The accusations against a former candidate for superintendent in Moorhead are mounting. Police say Scott Staska, the superintendent of Rocori schools, publicly exposed himself at least 16 times since late last year. The indecent exposure took place at five gas stations and a clothing store in Waite Park and St. Cloud. Staska was arrested last week…

Candidate for Moorhead Superintendent Arrested

Scott Staska was arrested on charges of indecent exposure

  WAITE PARK, Minn. — A candidate for Moorhead Schools superintendent has removed himself from consideration. He was a finalist until he ended up under arrest. Earlier this week, employees at Kwik Trip in Waite Park told an officer that a man had been exposing himself. According to police, that man is 56 year–old Scott Staska, who’s on administrative leave as…

Minnesota Sober School Asking Lawmakers for Funding

It's one of only six so-called sober schools in the state

  WAITE PARK, Minn. — Leaders of a new school that helps students struggling with alcohol abuse are asking lawmakers for funding. Seven students have been treated so far at the McKinley Recovery School, which is in its first year in Waite Park, Minnesota. It’s one of only six so-called sober schools in the state. School leaders say that despite…