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3 Burnsville Area Foreclosures Selling For Cheap
BURNSVILLE, MN — Do you feel like affordable houses are pretty difficult to find in your community? . A tour of the most recently foreclosed homes in the Burnsville area might be your best bet!
Minnesota man assaults 2 teachers at community college, police say
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. - A Minnesota man is accused of assaulting two instructors at a Bloomington community college, KARE reported. Gavin Hutson, 21, faces one count of third-degree assault, two counts of misdemeanor fifth-degree assault and a gross misdemeanor charge of carrying a pistol without a per
‘Unforgettable’ Christmas at Ames Center in Burnsville
Artists Lounge Live presents “An Unforgettable Nat King Cole Christmas” starring Evan Tyrone Martin 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 21, at Ames Center, 12600 Nicollet Ave., Burnsville. Actor and singer Martin intimately relates Cole’s personal journey while presenting a festive cocktail of hits including “L-O-V
Family course on mental illness offered in Burnsville
NAMI Minnesota (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is offering a free educational course that helps families gain a greater understanding of mental illness, discuss resources, build communication skills, reduce stress and find support.
Burnsville woman busted allegedly in possession of heroin, meth, cocaine
A Burnsville woman is facing decades in jail after she was allegedly found with several grams of heroin, methamphetamine and cocaine Dec. 5. Agents with the Southwest Metro Drug Task Force along with Burnsville Police Officers were executing a search warrant at the residence of Theresa Anne Marie Kr
Burnsville High School tackles racism
BURNSVILLE, Minn. — Students who walk the halls of Burnsville High School are trying to unlock pain caused by blatant racism. Most recently, someone painted a rock and the pavement that surrounds it with racial slurs and other offensive language.
Minnesota Amazon workers rally to demand better conditions
SHAKOPEE, Minn. - Minnesota Amazon workers, Somali community leaders and their allies rallied in suburban Minneapolis at the height of the busy holiday season to demand better working conditions.
Want your own Mississippi River island? Dakota County soon may auction one off
If you're interested in having your own island in the Mississippi River, Dakota County might just have a deal for you. The county next month may put up for auction a tax-forfeited 2 1/3 acre island off the rivershore of Inver Grove Heights, a prospect that has captured the interest of dozens on soci
Charges: Student punched college teacher unconscious, attacked another staffer
One of the college instructors attacked by a student this week was punched into unconsciousness and suffered two broken bones. Charges have been brought against 21-year-old Gavin Hutson, of St. Paul, in connection to assaults on staff at Normandale Community College, Bloomington, on Wednesday.
Burnsville: Don't Miss These 5 Open Houses
BURNSVILLE, MN — Using the internet to shop for a house can be a somewhat inefficient process. While listing photos can help, they're no replacement for the real thing. That's why you should always take advantage of a local open house: No more bumbling around in the dark!
Former Burnsville rec supervisor peads guilty for theft
A Prior Lake woman plead guilty Tuesday to two felony counts of theft and aggravated forgery for stealing from the city of Burnsville, according to Dakota County Attorney James Backstrom.
’Tis the season for Rudolph on Holly Lane in Burnsville
’Tis the season to pull stuff out of storage. Burnsville’s Bob and Faye Prebich have plenty to pull. A sign on their house welcomes visitors to “Reindeer Drive.” Inside and out are seasonal remnants of yesteryear, such as the ceramic Nativity scene and felt Advent calendar Faye made 40 and 45 years
Normandale Community College assault suspect appears in court
MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - Outfitted in jailhouse protective gear designed to keep him from hurting himself, Gavin Hutson made his first court appearance Friday afternoon. The 21-year old is facing several counts of assault for an alleged violent outburst at Normandale Community College in Bloomington, M
Upcoming Events On The Apple Valley-Rosemount Calendar
Minnesota Ballet Theatre presents seventeenth annual classical ballet production of The Nutcracker. This authentically Russian classical version set to Tchaikovskys timeless music performance is faithful to the original Marius Petipa choreography.
5 OHS grapplers unbeaten at MN Christmas Tournament
ROCHESTER — Five Owatonna wrestlers remain in contention for individual championships after Day 1 of the ultra-competitive Minnesota Christmas Tournament in Rochester. Of the 40 teams in the competition, the Huskies have accumulated the seventh most points (85.5) and are the highest-scoring big-scho
Former Burnsville rec employee gets jail, community service for stealing $5K from city
A former Burnsville city employee has been sentenced to a month in jail after pleading guilty to racking up nearly $5,000 in personal purchases on a city-issued credit card. Kelly Jo Hansen-Mundahl, 45, of Prior Lake pleaded guilty Monday in Dakota County District Court to felony theft and felony ag
Rosemount man injured in explosion
The Rosemount man injured in a garage explosion remained in critical condition Wednesday, according to Regions Hospital in St. Paul. Mason Zacharias, 21, was found Tuesday, Dec. 12 underneath a pile of rubble in the garage of his home at 13566 Dellwood Way and was rushed to Regions with critical inj
At least 10 departments investigate bomb threats in Minnesota
WAITE PARK, Minn. - At least 10 police departments in Minnesota investigated bomb threats in their cities on Thursday, part of a nationwide wave that targeted businesses, schools, public buildings and health facilities in a matter of hours.
Just Sold: Eagan retail center sells for $4.5 million
Editor’s note: “Just Sold” is a Finance & Commerce feature based on certificates of real estate value recently filed for commercial transactions and significant residential transactions in Twin Cities counties. Additional details in the transactions come from Plat Research, the Minnesota Secretary o
Multi-city car chase leads to arrest
A St. Paul man was charged with a felony in Dakota County District Court following a multi-city vehicle chase Dec. 4 in the south metro. According to the criminal complaint, the Apple Valley, Eagan and Lakeville police departments were involved in the pursuit of Sharif Abdur-Rahman, 42, during the a