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Patch wants to know what you think. Is continuing with sports and activities when schools are closed a case of misplaced priorities? Or does cancelling after-school events just cause students to unnecessarily miss out on valuable learning opportunities?
The Olympic gold medalist and former Burnsville resident said her injured knee is not strong enough for her to be able to compete in Sochi, Russia.
The company notified the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development of the cuts this week.
College officials and Eagan Mayor Mike Maguire attended the ribbon cutting ceremony as part of the open house activities.
A National Transportation Safety Board factual report released Tuesday paints a picture of events leading up to the fatal June 19 helicopter crash near the Maplewood/Oakdale border.
Pet owners across the metro bundled up their four-legged friends to shield them from this week’s freezing temperatures.
The restaurant chain plans to open an Edina location in late summer.
Tom Schmitz will rejoin the department as its chief after a two year absence.
The attorney general said up to 16,000 Minnesotans could be affected.
The new location will be slightly smaller but more "modern," according to a letter sent to Edina's planning commission.
The Starbucks-owned tea shop is planning a March opening.
Luke Thompson, alias Mippey5, is climbing the charts following a New Year’s highlight.
Molly Dworsky remade Lorde’s song ‘Royals’ to mock the difficulties of aging.
It's so cold you can see the ice that forms from the breathing of bees.
Inver Grove Heights
Bundling up for extreme temperatures doesn’t just keep you warm—it makes for a good photo!
Third District Congressman Erik Paulsen (R-MN) stopped by Lucid Brewing in Minnetonka to discuss a bill he’s cosponsoring that aims to help the microbrew industry by reducing federal excise taxes on start-up breweries.
Lakeville police continue to investigate.
The woman, who is in her 30s, was found on Illinois Court in Lakeville by family members.
Reviewer: 'People leaving the nearby megamovieplex should be psyched that there’s a non-chain eatery cooking adult food (and real cake!) within a few strides.'
Rep. Joe Atkins said turning a stolen phone into ‘a paperweight’ would give thieves less reason to steal phones and prevent increasingly violent robberies.
Because neighbors of the Doran-proposed senior living facility were opposed to the size of the 116-unit three-story building, SH Ventures thinks their idea will be more agreeable.
Services for Rev. Robert Neil Hansen will be held Jan. 11.
A water pipe burst in the ceiling of the Wildwood Branch of the Washington County Library in Mahtomedi.
Oakdale City Council member says County Commissioner Ted Bearth could be called "Volunteer of the Decade."
Temperatures may be well below freezing, but you can still have some fun outdoors.
The event is Thursday, Jan. 16.
At any given time, more than a dozen youth are without shelter in Hennepin County, according to a release.
There’s nothing like a school cancellation to bring out the kid in us all.
The former Minneapolis mayor had been cross-country skiing in Theodore Wirth Park.
Former Vikings punter Chris Kluwe is back in the news after penning an article for Deadspin that called special teams coach Mike Priefer a “bigot” and then-coach Leslie Frazier and General Manager Rick Spielman “cowards."
St. Louis Park
Lindberg defeated incumbent Sue Santa in Ward 3 and Brausen won Julia Ross's Ward 4 seat.
The fire broke out shortly after 7:30 a.m. in the 4300 block of Mayfield Avenue Northeast.
After more than three hours of battling fire and ice, crews left the scene of house fire around 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 8. View the slideshow for a better look.
Demolition to make way for Trinity Lutheran Church project was set to start Monday, but is now delayed until Monday, Jan. 13.
Woodbury native was jailed for making a mockumentary about youth culture in Dubai. He returned home on Thursday, Jan. 9.
Jackson Kisling is one of four Minnesota semifinalists for the manned trips starting in 2024.