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Four Burnsville businesses named ‘Employers of Excellence’
Mid-Size Business Category: Apothecary Products LLC, 11750 12th Ave. S.; and Firefly Credit Union, 1400 Riverwood Drive.
A second Shake Shack opens next week in the Twin Cities
A Shake Shack is slated to roll out at Southdale Center (6630 France Ave. S., at the corner of West 66 Street;shakeshack.com)in Edina at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30, according to a news release from the company.
New charges filed against former Burnsville swim coach
After the September charge was filed, another alleged victim spoke with the Burnsville Police Department, according to a news release from the Dakota County attorney.
Prior Lake's photo of the week
Through a weekly photo contest, the Prior Lake American publishes the best photos submitted by readers.To enter our contest, submit your photo with a caption by Friday each week, preferably large file sizes, firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll give preference to photos taken in Prior Lake.The prize? Gett
Charges: Grandma shot grandson over argument about a tea cup
Helen Lenoir Washington of Brooklyn Center, Minn. is charged with second degree assault. She faces up to seven years in prison and a $14,000 fine.
Babysitter Charged with Causing Severe Burns to Toddler's Hands
A toddler remains in the burn unit of Regions Hospital in St. Paul nearly a month after her hands were severely burned. Twenty-two-month-old Leah Grant has had three surgeries, including a skin graft, and may need another operation. Her mom, Anita Grant, sat outside of the hospital Sunday and showed
Inventor and Medtronic Founder Earl Bakken Remembered in Minnesota
An electronics repairman who started one of the world's largest medical device companies in 1949 has died at age 94. Medtronic said in a statement that co-founder Earl Bakken died Sunday at his home in Hawaii. Bakken developed the first external battery-powered, transistorized heart pacemaker and c
Potential On-Street Bike Lanes In Burnsville: Map
BURNSVILLE, MN — The city of Burnsville is conducting a study to identify areas that could accommodate on-street bike lanes. Residents interested in learning more can attend an community open house this week.When:Wednesday, Oct. 24, 4 to 6 p.m.Where:Burnsville City Hall, 100 Civic Center ParkwayOnli
Minn. grandmother accused of shooting grandson over placing cup of tea on furniture
BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. - A Minnesota grandmother was arrested and charged with shooting her grandson earlier this month after he allegedly placed a cup of tea on her furniture. Helen Washington, 75, of Brooklyn Center, a city northwest of Minneapolis, was accused of shooting her grandson in the thig
Maple Grove Man Arrested After Overdose Death In West Metro
MINNETONKA, MN — A Maple Grove man was arrested Sunday after authorities found a 59-year-old man who died of an apparent drug overdose. At about 8 a.m. on Oct. 21, Minnetonka police responded to a report of an unresponsive person on the 2000 block of Pine Island Road.
Man Accused of Inappropriately Touching Woman at Oakdale Hy-Vee is Sentenced
A 25-year-old St. Paul man has been sentenced to 20 days in jail and two years of supervised probation after being accused by a customer of touching her inappropriately while she was sitting in the dining area of the Oakdale Hy-Vee in May 2017. Court records show Joshua Jeremy White, an employee of
I-494 Semi Rollover: Injury Reported, Ramp Closed
BLOOMINGTON, MN — The Minnesota State Patrol is on the scene of a semi rollover in the south metro. The ramp from Marth Road to eastbound Interstate 494 is currently closed for clean up crews and first responders.Authorities say minor injuries resulted from the incident. The crash happened just befo
H&M's newer, bigger Mall of America store opens this week
It's a significant upgrade on its former home, with the new store's 40,000 square-foot space dwarfing its former 25,800 square-foot shopping area.
'Keep your eyes open': Rocks in road damage cars in Scott County
At 9:11 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 17, sheriff's deputies were requested to provide extra patrol to the area of 217th St. E., near the intersection of Dakota Avenue in Credit River Township after receiving reports of rocks in the roadway. The rocks were removed by the reporting party, according to a news
Burnsville company recalls more than 200,000 pounds of ready-to-eat products
A frozen food and packing company in Burnsville is recalling more than 212,000 pounds of ready-to-eat pork and chicken products containing vegetables that might be contaminated with salmonella and listeria, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Friday.
Go Fund Me page created for Sleepy Eye teen who died from injuries sustained in farm accident | Southern Minnesota News
AGo Fund Me pagehas been set up to help Fischer’s family with medical and funeral expenses. The page’s creator, Rachel Kuck, says Kaleb Fischer had a deep love and passion for farming.” Over $7,000 has been raised so far.
Investigation Initiated After Minnetonka Man Found Dead From Apparent OD
At 8 a.m. Sunday, 23-year-old Riley Kendall called 911, reporting an unresponsive adult. When officers arrived, they found the man had died.
Project Bike, Dude Nord, Hotpants soul and funk night: 40 free things to do this weekend | City Pages
Kinngait StudiosFRIDAY:Kinngait Studios: Printmaking in the Arctic CircleKinngait Studios, part of the West Baffin cooperative that opened in Nunavut, Canada, in 1959, supports Native artists interested in exploring the aesthetic possibilities of printmaking. Over the past 70 years, those artists’ w
Two Die in Renville County Crash
According to information from the State Patrol, a pickup driven by Trebesch was southbound on Highway 71, crossed the centerline, and collided with a northbound pickup driven Tanhoff.
Kirk Cousins, record-tying Adam Thielen lead Vikings to 37-17 win over Jets
Minnesota Vikings’ Adam Thielen (19) runs away from New York Jets’ Darryl Roberts (27) during the second half of an NFL football game Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)